The Duxbury girls’ cross-country team continued to close the gap on their Patriot League competition in their final team race of 2014.

Read more: Girls XC hoping for a strong finish

 

The Patriot League season came to a strong close for the Duxbury boys’ cross–country team at Silver Lake High School on Saturday, but hope- fully the best is still to come for the Dragons.

Read more: On to EMass: Boys’ XC takes sixth at league championship, aim for All-States

 

The Duxbury football team will once again be heading to the postseason after winning a war of attrition with the Quincy Presidents at Veteran’s Stadium Friday night.

Read more: Jump for joy: Dragons win Patriot League with second half rally in Quincy

 

As the official Hall’s Corner traffic report will soon be released, the Economic Advisory Council is now looking at future plans for the area.

Read more: Halls Corner study progress

This week, the Board of Selectmen approved an update to the recreation department's field use policies. 

Read more: Rec. Dept. field use policy updated

 

Four Duxbury residents have been selected as recipient of Stars’ 40 Under 40 Award.

Read more: Four residents selected for 40 Under 40 Awards

New information about the termination of Coach Harry Taylor was shared at the Duxbury School Committee meeting Wednesday night, as Superintendent Dr. Benedict Tantillo spoke publicly about the incident.

Read more: Looking for answers: Concerned residents comment on Taylor termination

Information about the termination of Coach Harry Taylor was shared at the Duxbury School Committee meeting Wednesday night, as Superintendent Dr. Benedict Tantillo spoke publicly about the incident. 

Read more: Public comments favor, oppose Taylor termination

 

You would think Josh Cutler has extra long arms by the frequency with which he reaches across the aisle in shows of bipartisanship.

Read more: Meet the candidates for State Representative: Josh Cutler

 

Joe Sheehan is a newcomer on the political campaign trail, but he’s going after votes the old-fashioned way.

Read more: Meet the candidates for State Representative: Joe Sheehan

Residents upset about the firing of gym teacher and assistant football coach Harry Taylor and the school district’s treatment of students support- ing Taylor gathered before the Board of Selectmen Monday night to ask what these town officials could do to help their cause.

Read more: Group seeks Selectmen’s help

 

The plans to develop the 11-acre Battelle Institute on Washington Street into a satellite campus for a UMass Boston program for marine sciences are moving forward, however the property has not been sold, there is no closing date set for a sale, and the university has not yet agreed to a lease.

Read more: Master plan for Battelle: Developers create 95-bed plan despite no official deal

 

Visitors to Duxbury Beach last Wednesday may have happened upon an unusual ceremony at sunset. 

Read more: Handfasting on Duxbury Beach

 

A teacher and assistant football coach was fired last week after allegations of a non-sexual assault on two students.

Read more: Coach Taylor fired after allegations

 

Duxbury businesses are on alert this week after several owners were contacted by scammers pretending to be electricity providers.

Read more: Electricity phone scam targets local businesses

 

One person was Med- flighted from an accident on Keene Street last Friday after crews used the Jaws of Life to extricate the victim.

 

The accident happened around 2:53 a.m. Friday morn- ing.

The person was transport- ed to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital. There was no status on the patient as of press time.

 

The cause of the accident is under investigation.