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Dec 22, 2016

Floral tributes for woman and child killed in house blaze

Polish family died in a fire. The pair, named locally as Alina and her daughter Emilia, died at the scene after a blaze broke out in South Street, Braintree, Essex, just before 10.45pm on Wednesday. One tribute left outside the detached house read: "Dearest Alina and Emilia. You were both taken far too soon and we feel that loss very deeply. We will miss you forever and always. With our combined love and our deepest sympathy. Rest peacefully together." Two other women escaped the building and were taken to hospital for treatment for smoke inhalation. One is believed to be Alina's 18-year-old daughter Milena Kordaszewska. Fire investigators were seen in the house on Thursday morning. A solitary Christmas decoration of Father Christmas hanging from a ladder remained unscathed, while windows on the first floor at the front of the house were smashed, with smoke damage leaving tiles missing from the roof. The house was sealed off by police tape as the investigation into what caused the fire continued. A friend of Ms Kordaszewska, who wished to remain anonymous, told the Press Association: "I hope the press respect what we are all going through and that those that knew those sadly gone show all their love and support... (Somerset County Gazette)

Sep 7, 2016

Another golden success for Halstead in Bloom

Halstead Public Gardens also won gold and was named as best medium size park. The gardens are owned and managed by Braintree District Council with HIB volunteers helping out. Julia Smith, HIB secretary, said: “The whole town benefits from joint working with county, district and town council and volunteers all working for Halstead.” She added: “The team is thrilled to bits to be given a gold award and named as best town for the eighth year in a row and to regain the accolade of being best overall entry in the six counties of the Anglia in Bloom region. “It is perhaps even more special in this the 20th anniversary year of Anglia in Bloom. We know that there were many excellent entries from villages, towns and cities and it is fantastic that Halstead is seen as the very best. “The award is given to Halstead, not just the In Bloom team and we see this as confirmation of the wonderful environment that can be found in this healthy place. “This is also testament to the great community spirit in Halstead; the town is judged for cleanliness and community spirit as well as for the flowers and plants. “Well done to all volunteers, town council, district council, county council, sponsors and supporters who have contributed to Halstead’s success. “It was a really great day and already we’ve had comments from many people who couldn’t attend the awards. Now it’s on to pl... (Suffolk Free Press)

Feb 2, 2016

Tuesday's roundup: Erin Hill leads Martha's Vineyard past Bishop Stang

Shamrocks (7-1). Hanover 59, Middleborough 33 — Hayley Wardwell (13 points) and Meaghan Raab (12 points) led the way for the Indians (8-0). Braintree 58, Dedham 40 — Keelah Dixon scored 14 points for the top-ranked Wamps (7-0). Pope John 68, Saint Joseph Prep 47 — Gianni Hill had 25 points, 10 rebounds, and 8 steals to lead the Lions (5-5). North Reading 47, Ipswich 41 — Jess Lezon scored 21 points to lead the 13th-ranked Hornets (9-1). Hamilton-Wenham 48, Lynnfield 25 — Jaclyn Sibbe scored 16 points to lead the Generals (4-3). Brighton 63, East Boston 30 — Junior Gladys Ambers scored 29 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for Brighton and Ella James added 10 points and 15 rebounds. Newton North 68, Natick 57 — Junior guard Sayawni Lassiter had 21 points and 11 assists for the Tigers. Lynn Classical 63, Saugus 29 — Paris Wilkey scored 21 points to lead the Rams (8-4). Pentucket 45, Georgetown 30 — Boo Torrisi scored 17 points while Carolyn Modlish chipped in 15 points and 11 rebounds for the sixth-ranked Sachems (8-1). Newburyport 60, Manchester Essex 37 — Emily Pettigrew scored 20 points to lead the Clippers (7-2). Swampscott 60, Revere 55 — Faye Parker had 19 points and 12 rebounds for the Big Blue (7-2). Foxborough 51, Franklin 45 — Ashley Sampson scored 21 points for the Warriors (6-1). Archbishop Williams 63, Austin Prep 28 — Sophomore Asiah Dingle had 18 points and freshman Bridgette O'Reilly had 15 for the Bishops (5-1). Salem 53, Peabody 42 — Melissa Gray scored 17 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Tanners (4-3). Pembroke 59, Scituate 50 — Junior Allison Comeau had 17 points and freshman Jayne Howe had 20 points and 19 rebounds for the Titans (8-1). Walpole 57, Needham 52 — Junior Kelly Fogarty scored 17 points for the Rebels (5-4). Lynn English 54, Gloucester 34 — Sophomore Dorothy Ezemba had 19 points and 24 rebounds for the Bulldogs. Masconomet 64, Amesbury 48 — Junior Grace Fahey had 16 points and seven rebounds to lead the Chieftains (6-3). St. Clement 40, Marian 20 — Sophomore Darcey Dupre led the Anchorman with 11 points. Norwood 68, Weymouth 50 — Meghan Reen scored 14 points to lead the Mustangs. Norfolk Aggie 72, Southeastern 65 — Junior Colleen Sullivan had 20 points for the Rams (8-2). Mt. Alvernia 51, Rockport 37 — Senior Kiera Duggan scored 19 points for the Mustangs (8-2). Cohasset 54, Mashpee 26 — Senior Megan Rosano had 14 points to lead the Skippers. Falmouth 66, Dennis-Yarmouth 34 — Senior Taylor Miller scored 20 points and hauled in 11 rebounds for the Clippers (5-2). Watertown 37, Melrose 28 — Junior Shannon Murphy had 11 points for the Raiders. Plymouth South 54, Quincy 43 — Senior center Nicole Jorgensen 24 pts and 19 reb and senior guard Alyssa Camara added 16 points for the 12th-ranked Presidents (6-1). Mansfield 48, Oliver Ames 32 — Caroline Maher led the Hornets (6-0) with 16 points. Fitchburg 40, Hudson 34 — Larissa Brooks...

Feb 2, 2016

South Shore Calendar of Events

Carver. Tickets available in advance. Cost: $27.50. Information and tickets: carversportsmen.com; 508-789-1025. Ladies’ Nite Out: 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Braintree Community Arts Center, 1969 Washington St., Braintree. Create a multi-strand beaded necklace. Materials required: beads. Cost: $25. Information: 781-348-9241; braintreecommunityartcenter.com. Saturday, Jan. 30 Drowned Hog Weekend 2016: at Nantasket Beach, includes a costume contest, swim, soup and chowderfest. For registration, tickets or information: www.drownedhogs.org; 781-925-3211. Even More Hardcore Hearth Cooking: 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Plimoth Plantation, 137 Warren Ave., Plymouth. Led by Plimoth Plantation’s Foodways culinarian Kathleen Wall. Perfect techniques for frying, boiling, roasting and baking. Cost: $140 members, $215 nonmembers. Information: 508-746-1622, ext. 8359; programs@plimoth.org. Book signing and talk by local author John Galluzzo: noon to 1 p.m., Shea Naval Aviation Museum, 495 Shea Memorial Drive, South Weymouth. Free. Information: anapatriotsquadron.org. Bread Baking for Kids: 1 to 2:30 p.m., Plimoth Plantation, 137 Warren Ave., Plymouth. A kid-friendly version of the adult Bread Baking workshop. Cost: $20 for members, $24 for nonmembers. Information: 508-746-1622, ext. 8359; programs@plimoth.org. Chase Away the Winter Blues: 7 to midnight, South Shore Conservatory of Music, 1 Conservatory Drive, Hingham. Tenth anniversary gala. Proceeds benefit scholarship, outreach and educational programming. Cost: $150. Information: sscmusic.org; 781-749-7565, ext. 30. Kelsey Gilbert and Paul Doolittle performance: 7 to 10 p.m. Olde Hitching Post Restaurant, 48 Spring St., Hanson. An acoustic duo with Kelsey Gilbert on vocals and Paul Doolittle on guitar. Information: 781-447-2592; oldehitchingpost.com. Page 2 of 6 - All-Star Night of Jazz: 7:30 to 10 p.m., James Library and Center for the Arts, 24 West St., Norwell. Featuring musicians Laszlo Gardony on piano, Yoron Israel on drums, John Lockwood on bass, and Stan Strickland on saxop... (Wicked Local Scituate)

Jan 8, 2016

John Diggin, Jr., 68

John J. and Alice (Hartnett) Diggin Sr., and spent most of his childhood in Dorchester. John also lived in Mansfield, Cambridge and Braintree before retiring and splitting his time between Rochester, Rose Point in West Wareham and Cape Coral, Florida. After high school, John enlisted in the U.S. Army and served as a military policeman in Vietnam and in Korea, at one time stationed on the DMZ during the Pueblo Crisis. John attended Boston College nights while working for the Boston School Department as a custodian. He graduated from Boston College in 1975 with a bachelor’s in history. He went on to be president of the Boston Schoolhouse Custodians Union and then moved up to supervisor and was the day manager for the Boston School’s Facilities Department. He retired in 2002 after 38 years of working for the city of Boston. He leaves behind his beloved partner and best friend, Connie Eshbach of Rochester.  He was the brother of Paul Diggin and his wife Marianne of North Attleboro, Alice and her husband Bob Elstermeyer of Braintree, Mathew Diggin and his wife Tyna of Aiken, South Carolina and Sheila and her husband Thomas DePaulo of East Boston. He is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews, great nieces, great nephews, relatives and friends. (Sippican Week)

Jan 8, 2016

Tuesday's school roundup: Weymouth nips Needham in girls' basketball

Medfield 60, Bellingham 17 — Sophomore Maggie McCarthy led the way with 19 points and seven rebounds for the Warriors (5-2). Braintree 69, Framingham 25 — Junior Keelah Dixon had 17 points for the Wamps. North Reading 66, Lynnfield 27 — Senior Jess Lezon’s 19 points carried the Hornets (6-1). Arlington 53, Reading 34 — Junior Rosalie Flinn had 14 points for the Spy Ponders (3-4). Georgetown 48, Ipswich 41 — Senior Cayla Durkee led the Royals (4-2) with 16 points and four assists. Hull 57, Carver 45 — Alexia Hansen had 16 points and 10 rebounds in the Pirates (5-0) double-overtime win. Mt. Alvernia 58, Saint Joseph Prep 35 — Junior Luca Pelligrini scored 20 points for the Mustangs. Cohasset 57, Monomoy 26 — Senior Emily Rosano led the Skippers (3-2) with 19 points. Senior Megan Rosano added 17 points. Danvers 38, Beverly 35 — Junior Julia McNulty carried the Falcons (2-3) with 19 points, including five 3-pointers. Quincy 54, Plymouth South 43 — Senior Nicole Jorgensen had 24 points for the Presidents. Worcester North 71, Tahanto 38 — Sophomore Stevanna Bowhile had 17 points, 25 rebounds and 6 steals, while senior Tamiah Hutchful had 28 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals and freshman Leilani Rodriguez chipped in 23 points as the host Polar Bears (6-!) downed the Stags (5-3). Rachel Wilhelmy and Mary Kate O'Day each scored 14 for Tahanto. Quaboag 51, Bartlett 30 — Lexi Paquette scor...