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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
Tourist takes crowdfunded trip to British islands

Six years ago Joe Hill, from Plymouth, Massachusetts, was wondering why people were using "British slang" in what he thought was a New Jersey Facebook group. After a couple of years, he realised the group was actually based in the channel island of Jersey - and admitted his mistake.

North Atlantic right whales will be extinct in 25 years, scientists...

In an era when species are vanishing 100 times faster than usual, 'the whales are a metaphor for what we have done to the planet' In this April 10, 2008 file photo, a North Atlantic right whale peers up from the water as another whale passes behind in Cape Cod Bay near Provincetown, Mass. PROVINCETOWN, Mass.

Medical Marijuana Facility Opens In Mashpee

The doorbell for the Triple M medical marijuana dispensary in Mashpee was going off at a steady clip on Thursday, April 12. The shop opened at 10 AM; by 9:30 AM, a small line had gathered outside the business grounds. By noon, 42 state-approved, card-carrying residents had made transactions.

Plymouth man arrested with 3.8 grams of fentanyl

A 34-year-old Plymouth man was arrested Thursday evening on drug charges after failing to stop at a stop sign in the city's North End. Around 5 p.m., police in the narcotics unit were working the area and saw the vehicle fail to stop at Pleasant and Linden streets, police said.

'All My Sons' ready for opening night

MIDDLEBORO - A searching wind, driven by a night time thunderstorm and heightened by the scream of an airplane's engines, sets in motion a worthy revival of Arthur Miller's "All My Sons" by Nemasket River Productions at The Alley Theatre, 133 Centre Street, Middleboro. It foreshadows Miller's thoughtful 1947 tragedy about a successful businessman whose irresponsible practices during World War II will ultimately destroy his family.

Wastewater company to pay state $1.6 million to settle spill

A wastewater treatment firm agreed Tuesday to pay $1.6 million to settle a lawsuit with Massachusetts for a spill in which more than 10 million gallons of raw sewage flowed into state-owned woodlands in Plymouth and Plymouth Harbor. The settlement by Veolia Water North America Northeast is believed to be the largest ever paid for violations of the state's Clean Waters Act, officials said.

Cape Cod's First Medical Marijuana Dispensary To Open In Mashpee

Cape Cod's first medical marijuana dispensary is scheduled to open in Mashpee in the next few days, five years after voters legalized medical marijuana in Massachusetts. The company behind the dispensary is "Triple M," which operates an existing dispensary and cultivation center in Plymouth.

7 mph over the limit and $100,000 in pot in Rochester

After stopping Joseph Sessine for driving seven miles over the 40 mph posted limit on Mary's Pond Road, the officer asked him twice to step out of his vehicle, court records say. And twice, the 25-year-old Plymouth man gave Officer Alexander D. Malo the same answer as he sat in his vehicle in the area of Pierce Street about 6 p.m. on March 29, according to documents in Wareham District Court.

ICE blocking Plymouth detainees from state court dates

No federal immigration detainees housed at the Plymouth County Correctional Facility have been brought to their state court cases this year despite explicit requests from judges - a move that shows continued rising tensions on the heels of a controversial Supreme Judicial Court decision. The Plymouth County Sheriff's Department received 15 requests since January from state judges to have Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees at its facility brought to state court appearances, according to data provided to the Herald after a public records request.

Bird-banding in focus at Paskamansett meeting

The Paskamansett Bird Club's next meeting April 11 at Community Hall of Friends Meeting in Dartmouth will feature Evan Dalton, who will discuss the results of the bird-banding effort at Manomet Bird Observatory in Plymouth, where he is a lead instructor for the Climate Lab. Scientists at Manomet have been monitoring the birds that use the East Coast migratory flyway for more than 50 years, both in spring and fall.

In Plymouth, A Pop-Up Museum to Benefit Local Music Programs

WGBH's Henry Santoro interviews Mike Gioscia of the nonprofit Plymouth Rocks Events, about its first fundraiser, a pop-up museum featuring David Bieber's music collection. The transcript below has been edited for clarity.

As whales fade, movement they spawned tries to keep up hope

In this Wednesday March 28, 2018 photo, a North Atlantic right whale feeds on the surface of Cape Cod bay off the coast of Plymouth, Mass. North Atlantic right whales are facing the threat of extinction within a generation, and the movement to preserve them is trying to come up with new solutions.

Recalling the flu pandemic of 1918

As World War I began to wane, another scourge spread across the globe. The influenza pandemic of 1918 killed an estimated 50 million people around the world, including tens of thousands in Massachusetts.

In a Plymouth County first, man convicted of supplying drugs that caused fatal overdose

In the first conviction of its kind in Plymouth County, a Whitman man was found guilty of supplying drugs that caused the fatal overdose of a 25-year-old woman, prosecutors announced on Friday. Following an 8-day trial, a jury found Steven D. Foss, 36, guilty of manslaughter, five counts of distribution of a class A substance, heroin, and one count each of possession with intent to distribute a Class A substance, heroin, and intimidation of a witness, according to the Plymouth district attorney's office said in a statement.

Labor unrest mars countdown to Pilgrims' 400th anniversary

In this Sept. 9, 2008 file photo, an employee of Plimoth Plantation portrays Edward Winslow at Plimoth Plantation's 1627 English Village, in Plymouth, Mass.

Labor unrest mars countdown to Pilgrims' 400th anniversary

Some of America's first settlers - or at least the costumed players who depict them at a popular living history museum - are acting pretty unsettled lately. Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts, which recreates daily life around the time the Pilgrims first landed on New England's shores in 1620, has reopened for the season with no end in sight for a yearlong labor impasse.

Labor unrest mars countdown to Pilgrims' 400th anniversary

In this Sept. 9, 2008 file photo, an employee of Plimoth Plantation portrays Edward Winslow at Plimoth Plantation's 1627 English Village, in Plymouth, Mass.

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