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Editor's Corner

Remember that tree at the top of the new DPW building on Nahatan St., next to the Civic Center? Contrary to what many might believe, the traditional festive symbol was not placed in anticipation of the holiday season. The fact is, an evergreen tree at the top of a new structure has quite a different meaning.

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Norwood Wrestling

After having been a head coach at Beaver Country Day School, an assist coach at Catholic Memorial and Needham High School, Phil Mastro is taking over the reigns as the Norwood wrestling coach this year. The first-year Mustang coach is looking to improve the grapplers positioning in the tournament while bringing a new style of wrestling to the Bay State Conference.

Breast Cancer Walk A Success

The Soggie Doggie held their 2nd Annual Breast in Show Walk late fall and was again met with many eager two and four-legged friends to join in the cause.
In total, 84 people and 59 dogs attended the three-mile walk throughout the Norwood streets. They also raised just shy of $4,000, an impressive total, that will go directly to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

Norwood, Walpole and Westwood Fire Departments Band Together to Keep Norwood Safe

The Norwood Fire Department received a call on Saturday, December 13, for a fire in a home on Prospect Street at8:28 p.m. Firefighters arrived in less than four minutes to find fire coming out of the right side of the bungalow style home. All residents were reported to have evacuated the home prior to the fire department’s arrival. Access to the fire was initially impeded by home conditions, but firefighters were able to perform a primary victim search while locating the room on fire.

Testimonials

Dear Norwood Local Town Pages, On behalf of the Planning Committee for the Relay For Life of Greater Norwood, I would like to personally thank you for your help in promoting our event. Publicity is essential to the success of any Relay, and we are extremely grateful for your work to get our message out to the public. This year, our Greater Norwood event has raised over $102,000, exceeding our goal for 2011. This is an incredible feat, and has been made possible entirely through our community and each of its remarkable members.