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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
Painting The Town with Eric Dowdle

In the fun, fast-paced series PAINTING THE TOWN, best-selling artist Eric Dowdle travels to destinations all across North America - from Plymouth, Massachusetts, San Antonio, Texas and Park City, Utah to Portland, Oregon, Cancun, Mexico, and Vancouver, Canada - in search of the true essence of each place. Dowdle meets the locals, explores their food and culture, tours the attractions and, through some clever "detective work," uncovers unusual pieces of history and quirky unknown facts.

Whale and boat collisions may be more common: study

A group of marine scientists says collisions of whales and boats off of the New England coast may be more common than previously thought. The scientists focused on the humpback whale population in the southern Gulf of Maine, a body of water off of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine.

Walk To See Birds

The Cape Cod Bird Club will lead a walk in the Manomet area of Plymouth on Sunday, April 23, beginning at 7 PM. Participants should meet at the commuter parking lot next to Friendly's at the mainland end of the Sagamore Bridge .

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Annabel Langbein: The Free Range Cook "Effortless Entertaining" Annabel Langbein milks goats at her neighbors' organic farm and then shows how easy it is to make haloumi cheese. She turns this into a starter, grilled on skewers with shrimp and zucchini.

2nd Rabbi Accuser Details Alleged Abuse

Their families had built a school together, a house of prayer, an entire neighborhood. The rabbi was his mentor, his "religious guidepost."

Painting The Town with Eric Dowdle

In the fun, fast-paced series PAINTING THE TOWN, best-selling artist Eric Dowdle travels to destinations all across North America - from Plymouth, Massachusetts, San Antonio, Texas and Park City, Utah to Portland, Oregon, Cancun, Mexico, and Vancouver, Canada - in search of the true essence of each place. Dowdle meets the locals, explores their food and culture, tours the attractions and, through some clever "detective work," uncovers unusual pieces of history and quirky unknown facts.

Tribal chief who signed treaty with Pilgrims to be reburied

The remains of the Wampanoag leader who forged a peaceful relationship with the Pilgrims will be reburied at his original gravesite in Rhode Island. Members of the Wampanoag Nation have spent 20 years tracking down the remains and artifacts of Massasoit Ousamequin.

Tribal chief who signed treaty with Pilgrims to be reburied

It is one of several artifacts that will be repatriated in a May 2017 ceremony to his original burial site on Burr's Hill Park overlooking Narragansett Bay in Warren, R.I. less ---------- permission on file ---------This undated photo provided by the Wampanoag Confederation and made at their Massachusetts repository shows a kinfe that once belonged to Massasoit Ousamequin, the ... more This undated photo provided by the Wampanoag Confederation and made at their Massachusetts repository shows beads that once belonged to Massasoit Ousamequin, the Wampanoag leader who signed the first treaty with the Mayflower's Pilgrims in 1621.

Tribal chief who signed treaty with Pilgrims to be reburied

This undated photo provided by the Wampanoag Confederation and made at their Massachusetts repository shows a pipe that once belonged to Massasoit Ousamequin, the Wampanoag leader who signed the first treaty with the Mayflower's Pilgrims in 1621. It is one of several artifacts that will be repatriated in a May 2017 ceremony to his original burial site on Burr's Hill Park overlooking Narragansett Bay in Warren, R.I. This undated photo provided by the Wampanoag Confederation and made at their Massachusetts repository shows beads that once belonged to Massasoit Ousamequin, the Wampanoag leader who signed the first treaty with the Mayflower's Pilgrims in 1621.

Early Files: A look back Updated at

We think a change of time for the Cape stage leaving for Boston, so as to connect with the cars which leave Plymouth at a quarter before eleven o'clock, would better accommodate the public than it now does. Then passengers leaving Yarmouth at sunrise would be in Boston at one o'clock, to dine, and could often accomplish their business and return next day.

Painting The Town with Eric Dowdle

In the fun, fast-paced series PAINTING THE TOWN, best-selling artist Eric Dowdle travels to destinations all across North America - from Plymouth, Massachusetts, San Antonio, Texas and Park City, Utah to Portland, Oregon, Cancun, Mexico, and Vancouver, Canada - in search of the true essence of each place. Dowdle meets the locals, explores their food and culture, tours the attractions and, through some clever "detective work," uncovers unusual pieces of history and quirky unknown facts.

Mayflower II restoration is underway

Over the next two years about fifty percent of the wood on the Mayflower II is going to be replaced, much of it in the ship's hull. In a nearby shed, a shipwright uses an electric planer to reshape wood from a tree being used in the restoration.

George Brennan joins The Martha's Vineyard Times as news editor

The Times would like to introduce news editor George Brennan of Falmouth, the newest member of our news team. - Stacey Rupolo Mr. Brennan most recently curated the "Talking Points" newsletter for the Boston Globe, a daily wrapup of the day's top business news.

Family-friendly historical trips

Looking to plan a family vacation that is both entertaining and educational? Go historical. Here are four places where you can step into the past and immerse yourself in Unites States history.

Exhibition of new photographs by American artist Jack Pierson opens at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac

Jack Pierson, Escape from the Dead Hands of Time, 2016. Pigment print. Framed Size: 106,7 x 160 cm .

30 years after a slaying, a family searches for answers

Kerry Gilpin hopes her sister died quickly. That the blow that crushed her skull was an accident, and that 15-year-old Tracy Gilpin did not suffer that October night in 1986.

For Kids

Read to Rosie: April 1. 9:30 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Children read one-on-one to Rosie, a certified therapy dog, for 10 minutes. Call the library at 508-636- 1100 or stop in at 408 Old County Road to register.  Itty Bitty Bay Explorers: April 5. 10-11 a.m. April 5, explore the beach and salt marsh with The Trustees at the Lyman Reserve, 110 Red Brook Rd., Plymouth; Apr. 12, discover spring critters at Horseshoe Mill, end of Station Street, Wareham; Apr. 19, look for signs of spring in the woods at William Minot Forest, 63 Minot Ave., Wareham; Apr. 26, get to know plants and animals in a cranberry bog at Westgate Conservation Area, 29 Papermill Rd., Wareham. Recommended for families with children aged five and younger.

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