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There are so many local gems throughout the Town of Norwood, Norwood Local Town Pages is proud to pay tribute to this flourishing community. In this informative series, we will highlight a landmark, local historian or place and give its origination/historical background.
The History of the Norwood Memorial Municipal Building (Norwood Town Hall)
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Local Residents Receive Over Half a Million Dollars Through Circle of Hope

The model for the Circle of Hope Foundation was conceived long before the foundation was launched in 1998. It all began with the gratitude of a local teenager. In 1989, Norwood resident and Norwood High School junior Michelle Kennedy was diagnosed with leukemia, and word soon spread throughout town of a family who was dealing with a personal medical crisis. The Norwood community joined forces and confirmed to the Kennedy family, that if one of their own needed help, it would be a group effort.

Nathan Jones - Norwood tennis

He’s not your typical number one tennis player, but Norwood’s Nathan Jones will go out and give it all he has each time that he steps onto the court. Playing for the Mustangs, Jones has recorded 10 wins over his two year span as the team’s first singles player.
“He’s a reliable kid who just happens to be going up against some really tough competition in high quality tennis players,” Norwood Coach John Churchill said. “Nathan’s a legitimate tennis player himself, one of the best if not the best I’ve had here in my seven years as the Norwood coach.”

Summer Celebration!

Norwood residents could probably rattle off many advantages this great town offers, but Norwood’s 4th of July celebration is likely near the top of the list. Parade goers from many surrounding communities flock to Washington St. this time of year to enjoy this country’s birthday, and how lucky to have so many family-friendly activities right in our own backyard!


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