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Named after Plymouth, Devon, in the United Kingdom, Plymouth was the original home of the Pilgrims and landing site of the Mayflower. It is also known as the site of the first Thanksgiving. Forty miles outside of Boston Plymouth is mainly known for its tourism today rather than rope making as it was in the past. The Pilgrim Hall Museum is also located in Plymouth and is the oldest continually working museum in the entire United States.

Population: 51701
Local Newspapers: The Plymouth Bulletin
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) Boston Celtics (NBA)
Local Colleges: Quincy College Curry College

Zip Codes associated with plymouth, massachusetts: 02345 02360 02381
Towns/Cities near plymouth, massachusetts : Kingston Middleborough Wareham Bourne Carver Sandwich Plympton

Plymouth News
Teen accused of rape at Plymouth North High School

A 15-year-old male was arraigned Thursday in juvenile court for allegedly raping a female student at Plymouth North High School, according to the Plymouth district attorney's office. He was charged with one count each of rape and indecent assault and battery on a person 14 or over, the DA's office said in a statement late Friday night.

Answer Open Casting Call For 'The Running Waves'

The team behind "The Running Waves" movie is holding an open casting call and informational meet-and-greet on Sunday, March 25, in Plymouth. Actors, union and non-union, are invited to come from 8 AM to 1 PM to the Quahog Republic's Captain's Den at 35 Main Street in Plymouth for the open casting call.

Uplifting work

Shipwright Anthony Daniels hoists a futtock into place for fitting along the starboard side of the fo'c'sle of the Mayflower II on Monday, March 19, 2018 at Mystic Seaport's H.B. duPont Preservation Shipyard. The ship, a replica of the vessel that brought the Pilgrims to the new world in 1620 and built in 1957 in England as a gift to the United States in thanks for support during and after WWII, is an attraction at Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts and will be undergoing a 30-month restoration at the seaport in preparation to sail it again on the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrim's voyage.

The Latest: Power outages mount across the Northeast

Power outage totals from a Northeastern storm have climbed to more than 250,000 just in Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. Amtrak has suspended service between Boston and New York City through Tuesday night but will restore the line to travelers on Wednesday.

Latest nor'easter reaches blizzard conditions

The service's Taunton, Massachusetts, office said on Twitter late Tuesday morning that automated observing sites in Hyannis, Falmouth, and Plymouth recorded three consecutive hours of blizzard conditions despite some missing observations due to a power loss. The weather service defines a blizzard as three or more hours of sustained wind or frequent gusts to 35 mph or greater; and falling or blowing snow that reduces visibility frequently to less than one-quarter of a mile.

Suspect - a creepy guy'

RELIEVED: Brian Whidden of Kingston, above, remembers Michael Arthur Hand as a 'creepy guy.' Hand, a former Brookdale Street resident, has been arrested on charges of killing 15-year-old Tracy Gilpin in 1986.

National Weather Service: Snow starts tonight with up to 2 feet expected

SNOW FUN: Sailors enjoy the calm before the storm as crews practice on the Charles River in Cambridge yesterday. Another storm is expected tonight.

Plymouth teacher on leave after 'alarming' gun comment

A Plymouth North High School teacher placed on leave for an alleged "alarming" remark he made Friday to students about a gun probably is constitutionally protected - but he may want to choose his words more carefully in the future - a leading free-speech advocate said. "Mind you, it's a public school, so the school is covered by the First Amendment," Cambridge attorney Harvey Silverglate said yesterday.

North Carolina man arrested in 1986 murder of Massachusetts teen, officials say

Tracey Gilpin was 15 when she left a party in the Rocky Nook section of Kingston to buy cigarettes on Oct. 1, 1986. She was headed to a nearby Cumberland Farms convenience store.

Third nor'easter in 2 weeks on the horizon

A passerby pauses near a pile of rocks, sand and debris near beachfront homes, Sunday, March 11, 2018, in Marshfield, Mass. The Northeast is bracing for its third nor'easter in fewer than two weeks.

Police arrested a man in connection with a homicide case in Massachusetts from 1986.

Troutman police and the Massachusetts State Police worked together to arrest and charge a Troutman man in the 1986 murder of a 15-year-old Massachusetts girl. According to the Plymouth County district attorney, 15-year-old Tracy Gilpin disappeared from her home and was reported missing by family members back in October 1986.

Six Degrees of Separation opens March 15

John Guare's comedic-drama Six Degrees Of Separation, Your Theatre, Inc.'s 4th major attraction of its 71st Season, is scheduled for an eight performance run opening on March 15. Directed by Your Theatre's Margo Wilson-Ruggeiro of Fairhaven the play runs Thursdays through Saturdays March 15-17 and 22-24, with matinees Sunday, March 18 and 25. Curtain time is 7:30 p.m. for all performances except the 2:30 p.m. Sunday matinees. The play follows the trail of a young black con man, who insinuates himself into the lives of a wealthy New York couple claiming he knows their son at college.

Still recovering from the last storm, restaurants brace for another nor'easter

For some restaurants in the region, Wednesday's nor'easter threatens to spoil dayslong efforts to reopen after last week's storm brought flood damage and power outages that led to food spoilage and lost revenue. Restaurants from Gloucester to Plymouth, on Cape Cod and the Islands, were affected by Friday's storm and historic high tides and flooding, said Bob Luz, president of the Massachusetts Restaurant Association.

Some won't have power till Tuesday night

Electricity restoration after the weekend storm was "substantially complete" across dozens of eastern Massachusetts communities by Monday afternoon, but numerous outages remained on the SouthCoast, according to power company Eversource. As of 5:47 p.m., Rochester still had 43 percent of customers in the dark.

Pastor Neil Eaton: We Need More 'Peacemakers' Like Billy Graham

The Rev. Billy Graham, who was laid to rest on Friday, was a peacemaker - and "we need even more voices that will courageously lead the way," Pastor Neil Eaton of New Hope Chapel told Newsmax TV.

East Bridgewater sisters indicted on numerous counts in alleged voodoo rituals

Two East Bridgewater sisters have been indicted on charges that they allegedly burned, assaulted, and threatened a young sister and brother, in what the women said were part of Haitian voodoo ritual. Peggy LaBossiere, 51, and Rachel Hilaire, 40, were indicted by a Plymouth County Grand Jury on one count each of mayhem, assault and battery on a child with injury, indecent assault and battery on a child under 14, and threatening to commit a crime, and two counts each of assault and battery on a child and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, the Plymouth district attorney's office said in a statement Friday.

Greater Boston author readings March 4-10

Alice Kociemba and Fred Marchant read poetry at 1 p.m. at Plymouth Public Library, 11 South St., Plymouth ... Jen Petro-Roy reads at 3 p.m. at the Concord Bookshop, 65 Main St., Concord ... Olivia Kate Cerrone reads at 4 p.m. at Paul Prat Memorial Library, 35 Ripley Road, Cohasset. Matt Miller and Mario Chard read poetry at 8 p.m. at 56 Brattle St., Cambridge ... Emily Sweeney reads at 6:30 p.m. at Boston Public Library, West Roxbury branch, 1961 Centre St., West Roxbury ... Joel Richard Paul reads at 12 p.m. at Boston Athenaeum, 10 1/2 Beacon St. ... Yascha Mounk reads at 7 p.m. at Alley Cambridge, 10 Ware St., Cambridge.

Plymouth DA alerts police chiefs that man released is considered dangerous

The Plymouth district attorney has alerted police chiefs in the county that a man free on bail and awaiting an illegal firearms trial may have violated terms of his release. Last fall, a Plymouth County grand jury indicted Christopher Barlow, 21, of Duxbury, for allegedly possessing illegal firearms, an incendiary device, and for trying to pass himself off as a Homeland security officer while trying to convince police to return his gun, officials said.

What is Thanksgiving and why do Americans celebrate it?

Today is Thanksgiving Day in America - and Plymouth will be holding its own commemorations. By what is it and why is it celebrated? Roast turkeys, parades and American football all spring to mind when we think of Thanksgiving - but what is the day really all about? Thanksgiving Day, which is being celebrated in America today, is a time when families traditionally come together and celebrate all they have to be thankful for.

Company behind Northern Pass project files for rehearing

The company behind the Northern Pass hydropower project is offering to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to ease concerns that it would negatively impact local communities, businesses and tourism in New Hampshire. Eversource New Hampshire President Bill Quinlan said the company on Wednesday submitted a request from the Site Evaluation Committee to rehear the $1.6 billion project that was set to deliver hydropower from Canada to customers in southern New England through a 192-mile transmission line in New Hampshire.

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