5 Times You Were Proud to be from Dartmouth in 2015
As the year comes to a close, we're reflecting on the top moments of 2015 in our area.
While Sydney Gordon was away at school, she had a part-time job dressing up as princesses for birthday parties. But nothing was more special than Princess Shannon's Coronation in February. Hear the full interview HERE.
This summer bash is a fundraiser for local individuals who experience some hardship. In August, the town honored Dartmouth resident, 10-year-old Braiden Norton, who was diagnosed with a JPA (Juvenile Pilocitic Astrocytoma) brain tumor. Read more HERE.
"The Dartmouth High School Marching Band captured second place in the USBABDS National Championships.
The Dartmouth Band captured top honors for Best Percussion and Best Visual Performance. Hats off to the Dartmouth High School Marching Band!"
77-year-old, Raul Henriques, needed extreme repairs to his roof and was granted an extreme kindness in November. Read the story HERE.
When the Dartmouth High Indians beat The Wildcats on November 21st with a final score of 27-24, they sealed the deal on The Superbowl at Gillette Stadium. Facing Melrose High tomorrow at 3:30 pm, all eyes will be on DHS to see if lightning strikes twice!