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No Trash Pickup on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

There will be no curbside trash collection in observance of Martin Luther King Day. Jan. 20.  Trash collection for Martin L. King Day will be scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 21, in addition to the regular Tuesday collection.  This is standard procedure for any holiday.

For safety reasons, they will discontinue pickup at dark on Tuesday, Jan. 21.  Any rubbish not picked up on Tuesday, Jan. 21 will be picked up on Wednesday, Jan. 22.

Christmas Trees with bags and stands removed may be left at curbside on your regular recycling collection day and will be picked up by a separate truck during January only. This is the only method of disposal. Christmas trees won't be accepted at the transfer station.

All rubbish and recyclables must be curbside by 7 a.m. on your collection day. No barrel more than 30-gallon size will be emptied. They are now able to pick up tubeless TV's and computer monitors with curbside trash but older TV's and computer monitors with tubes (CRTs) cannot be picked up curbside and must be brought to the transfer station. Large household appliances (metal items) must be called into the Public Works for appointment for pickup.

The transfer station is open every Sunday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Feel free to call the office at 781-344-2112 if you have any questions.


Sign up Stoughton Boys', Girls' Lacrosse Teams
Teams are filling up fast for Stoughton Boys' Youth Lacrosse. If you are interested in playing, register now to avoid being put on the wait list. Registration fees for boys'-Grade 1-2, $125. Boys' grade 3-4, $175, five spots available, grades 5-6 $175, six spots available, grades 7-9, $175, two spots available. The girls' lacrosse program is for grades 5-9 and the registration fee is $150. Every player is also required to pay a separate membership fee that goes directly to the US Lacrosse Association. For more information or to register online, visit www.stoughtonlax.org. Interested coaches or team moms, should contact drrusso@stoughtonlax.org or Kpizzano@stoughtonlax.org.  

Senior
Center Book Club to Discuss 'The Help'
The Book Club at the Stoughton Senior will be meeting Tuesday, Jan. 28. at 10:30 a.m. at the senior center. The book, "The Help" will be reviewed and the book, "The Man Who Loved Jane Austin" will be distributed.

Stoughton Wrestlers to Face Oliver Ames
The Stoughton High wrestling team will be facing off against the Oliver Ames Tigers Wednesday, Jan. 15, at 6 p.m. at Stoughton High School. The Black Knight girls' ice hockey team will be hosting Newton North at the Asiaf Rink in Brockton at 5:30 p.m., followed the boys' hockey game against Norton at 6:30 p.m.

What to Wear Today
It is expected to be mostly cloudy today, according to WHDH, with temps in the upper 40s.

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