Hundreds came out to Dedham Square to celebrate the 8th Annual Holiday Stroll on Friday. Participants enjoyed raffles, merchants, carolers and the lighting of the christmas tree in Dedham Square.
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A look back at some of the stories we covered on Dedham Patch this week.
Hardest Vote' Favors Business Over Residents Selectmen voted to give small business owners more of a break on their taxes for 2012 than they've had in years past - although they'll still rise by 5.44 percent. Residents will pay a bit more because of the decision in 2012 than they would've if the Board of Selectmen had stuck to tradition. New 'Significant' Details About Body Disposal Causes Moccia Trial Delay A murder trial scheduled to start this week saw yet another delay - the fifth time a trial date has been pushed back. Paul Moccia, of Dedham, faces first-degree murder charges stemming from a March 2009 homicide. Either he or his alleged co-conspirator will go to trial in February. McMurtry Tosses Hat in Ring for 2012 State Seat State …
Dedham Square kicked off the holiday season with its seventh annual Holiday Stroll and traditional tree lighting.
Santa made his way to Dedham Square with the help of more than a thousand people eager to help the town kick off the holiday season. Hundreds packed the Square Friday evening for the seventh annual Holiday Stroll and traditional tree lighting, organized by Dedham Square Circle and Dedham rotarians.