Thursday, February 14, 2013
Medfield won over Dover-Sherborn 5-0
The Medfield High School Boys Varsity Hockey Team has clinched the Tri-Valley League Championship title. The final score of Wednesday's game against Dover-Sherborn was 5-0, according to MassHSHockey.com. Tyler Etzkorn (#22-captain) scored two of the goals to clinch the TVL championship, according to one spectator. Were you at the game? What were some of the highlights? Have photos? Upload them here.
Monday, December 31, 2012
Dog ran away on Dec. 28; could be within 10 mile radius.
Vader is missing from the Walpole/Medfield line and his owners need help to find him. Vader is a 4 year old Kerry Blue Terrier. Very friendly and hyper. He took off from his owner's yard on Friday 12/28 on Old North Street in North Walpole, close to “Bubbling Brook” on 109. He was heading toward Westwood/Medfield, but is a very fast runner and could end up anywhere within a 10 mile radius. If you have seen him, please contact his owners at 508-333-3912 (Nina) or 508-641-6117 (AJ) or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, December 28, 2012
The Medfield-Ashland-Dover-Sherborn Gymnastics Team competed against Shrewsbury High School.
The following was submitted by MADS Head Gymnastics Coach Michelle Hopping. Want to see more sports on Medfield Patch? Click here to find out how. The MADS (Medfield, Ashland, Dover-Sherborn) Gymnastics Team won its home opener against Shrewsbury High School with a score of 136.7 to 133.8. Medfield freshman Nicole Keith scored on Bars, Beam and Floor to help bring her team to victory.
Friday, November 9, 2012
Here is a glance at recent obituaries from Dover, Sherborn, Westwood and Medfield
Taken from www.legacy.com Marilyn P. (Thorpe) Carroll, formerly of Medfield. A long-time volunteer at the Medfield Food Cupboard. Charles David Grinnell, 89, born in Dover. Was a waist gunner in World War II where he crash-landed and was rescued by a farmer and shopkeeper. Mark D. Hesnan, 38, of Medfield. Donations can be made to the Massachusetts Diabetes Association. Frederick Hoyt Jordan, of Sherborn. Devoted father, talented musician, and member of the a capella group, "The Works." Nancy C. (Askew) Kashalena, 80, of Medfield and Bourne. Visiting hours on Nov. 11 and life celebration service on Nov. 12. Lawrence "Larry" Landy, 66 of Medfield. Donations can be made to Temple Beth David. Mary Ann MacDonald, 77, lived in Medfield for many …
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Here is a glimpse at residents of Medfield, Dover, Sherborn, and Westwood who have died, or who have relatives who have died, recently.
Taken from www.legacy.com George Franklin Beatty, 76, worked in insurance industry for 50 years. His greatest pride and joy were his daughters and grandchildren. Muriel Morrison Callahan, 90, worked for 45 years with the Sears, Roebuck and Co. as a catalog Sales Manager. Helen C. (Dzerkacz) Gately, 91 of Dover, was a devoted and active member of The Ladies Sodality and St. Casimir's Church (Maynard) which her father helped establish for the Polish community in town. Maryhelena Schomer, 60, was a state trooper and senior investigator for the New York State Police. Andrew J. Kapravy, 79, was raised in Westwood and was a well-respected engineer holding several patents for his work including one for his team's invention of non-kinkable wire…
Friday, August 31, 2012
A memorial service will be held at The Dover Church, 17 Springdale Ave, Dover, today from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. with a reception to follow.
Editor's Note: Dr. Patrick Krolak, Mrs. Rita Krolak, and their son Patrick Krolak died in a car accident in New York on August 25. Members of their family live in Medfield. The following obituaries were taken from www.legacy.com Krolak, Dr. Patrick D., 72 of Dover, died in a car accident in Dwayne, NY along with his wife, Rita and son, Patrick on Aug. 25, 2012. Born on June 1, 1940 in La Salle, IL, he was the son of the late Stanley and Sarah Krolak. He was the father of the late Patrick M. Krolak (Elizabeth Krolak) of Chicago, IL, Karen Krolak (Jason Ries) of Somerville, MA and Michael Krolak (Carly Krolak) of Medfield. Grandfather ("Yadoo") of Maxwell Krolak and Madeline Krolak of Chicago, IL, and Hamilton Krolak of Medfield. Brother …
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
At its meeting Monday night, Medfield's BCRT Committee discussed costs associated with the conversion of the old railroad tracks to a rail trail, grants and donations received, and the revenue attainable from salvaged iron.
Editor's Note: The following relates to the Bay Colony Rail Trail and appeared as part of Osler "Pete" Peterson's blog Medfield02052 on 8/28/12. BCRT meeting last night The Bay Colony Rail Trail committee met last night, and I attended most of the meeting, until I excused myself to attend the continued ZBA hearing on the Gatehouse 40B on West Street. These were the highlights that I heard: It was reported that the BCRT discussions were contentious at the Dover ATM, with some not wanting to even rebuild the bridge over the Charles River to Needham, so people could not get into Dover from Needham. However, Dover’s strategic planning questionnaire demonstrated strong overwhelming town support for the BCRT if it does not cost the town any …
Monday, November 14, 2011
What do you think of the proposed seven-mile trail through Needham, Medfield and Dover?
At the town’s last Board of Selectmen meeting (Nov. 1), selectmen Osler “Pete” Peterson and Mark Fisher voted in favor of creating a committee to study the proposed Bay Colony Rail Trail and its relevance to Medfield. “The selectmen created a committee to study whether the town should create the Bay Colony Rail Trail and make recommendations as to the issues involved,” Peterson wrote on his blog, Medfield 02052. “The issues are already well defined but not all the answers are clear. It is hoped that the committee’s recommendation can be voted on at [Medfield’s] Town Meeting in April.” Selectman Ann Thompson voted against creating a Bay Colony Rail Trail study committee because she wanted to see what the other towns, primarily Dover, was …
Monday, September 19, 2011
The ninth annual "Polo in the Country" event drew crowds of over 100 Sunday at the Norfolk Hunt Club to celebrate Farmers' Day and to raise money to preserve and protect recreational space.
The Ninth Annual “Polo in the Country” Farmers' Day was held at Medfield's Norfolk Hunt Club Sunday with all proceeds benefiting the preservation and protection of recreational space. Hundreds of people were there to enjoy the event, which fashioned after the original “Farmers Day,” which used to draw thousands of people in the early 1900’s from all walks of life. The history of “Farmers Day” states both men and women came dressed in their finest. In comparison, many that attended this polo event were dressed in themed costumes, in hopes of winning the tailgate contest. Moms, dads, grandparents and children of all ages (as well as many dogs) were on hand to enjoy the beautiful weather, the sport of polo, pony rides, face painting and the …
Tuesday, September 13, 2011
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