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A New Chapter Begins for NHS Principal

George Usevich has been a fixture in the Norwood school system for the past 50 years, serving the last 25 as principal of Norwood High School. For all of that time, he has been the champion of our youth, focusing on the students and encouraging them to do and be the best that they can be. His retirement takes effect on July 1 and, as you might imagine, the thing he will miss most is the kids.

Norwood Volleyball

It’s been tough going in the early part of the season for Norwood boys volleyball Head Coach Paul Nimblett during his inaugural season, but the lack of wins is not discouraging, for the coach or the team.
“The BSL (Bay State League) is tough, but we are going to compete,” Nimblett said. “Night in and night out it’s not going to be a picnic, no one is going to lie down in this league. We’ve already played Natick, Newton-North and Needham, perennial volleyball powerhouses, to close tough matches. The close matches will prepare us to play better down the road.”

Veteran ran to honor fallen Norwood native

Norwood police officer Diego Silva may no longer be serving in Afghanistan, but that hasn’t stopped him from wanting to help out his fellow veterans.
Silva, along with co-directors Jim Henry and Kevin Sweeney, will be hosting the “Run for a Vet” event this month to benefit local veterans who are in need.
“I see a lot of fellow veterans suffering without support,” Silva said.


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