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With 450-plus vehicle crashes in a three-year period, averaging more than 150 crashes per year, and 10 pedestrian crashes in the five-year stretch between 2011... [Read More]
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Wearing decorated vests with 100 items attached to them, singing "We've Been Working in the Classroom" (to the tune of "We've been working on the... [Read More]
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A proposal for a Tesla charging station in Wareham Crossing near the Red Robin Restaurant got thumbs up from the Zoning Board of Appeals Wednesday... [Read More]
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The Board of Selectmen voted to approve a plan to put to use an estimated $825,000 in community development block grant funding toward housing rehabilitation,... [Read More]
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There were 36 happy fifth and sixth graders that came back to Wareham Middle School Tuesday night for a video gaming competition, where they could... [Read More]
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Two articles for the Spring Town Meeting brought a standing-room-only crowd to the Planning Board's Monday night meeting - drive-through restaurants in town and marijuana... [Read More]
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St. Valentine's Day gives us a reason to remember the people in our lives and all the power love has to change lives.And it might... [Read More]
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With the town 2019 budget leaving the school district well short of its $29 million proposal at $28.4 million, the School Committee warned that several... [Read More]
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While shopping in a Buzzard's Bay antique store a few years ago, Onset resident Nathan Caradimos came across a picture that he knew would be... [Read More]
The School Committee started its Wednesday night meeting with a tribute to Decas Elementary's beloved reading teacher Denise Jop, who passed away last week."I've spoken... [Read More]
The Board of Selectmen went over the articles for a special March 12 Town Meeting on marijuana regulations, which the town hopes to work out... [Read More]
With a budget of $64.2 million and expenses of $64.2 million, the town of Wareham is not going to be able to recertify the library,... [Read More]
With virtually no budget for the past four years and concerns about getting an executive director post on the Spring Town Meeting warrant for this... [Read More]
With the goal of a possible $825,000 in funds for the community at stake, the Community and Economic Development Authority held a strategy meeting to... [Read More]
The convenience store on Barker Road in Shangri-La may have changed names but there has been a friendly face behind the counter for 34 years... [Read More]
Citing the upcoming deadline for marijuana retailers to apply for licenses on April 1, and the town-wide moratorium on marijuana businesses ending June 30, the... [Read More]
As tax time is upon us, Selectman Alan Slavin used the beginning of Tuesday night's meeting to remind those over 65 of a tax credit... [Read More]
Covered California officials brought their bus tour to City Heights Tuesday to promote awareness about the health care exchange. [Read More]
Outside the Boys and Girls Club in Onset on a foggy Saturday night, you can hear the live music and a voice calling out dance... [Read More]
Dorothea Maynard got a surprise from her daughter Jennifer on Mother's Day 2001 when she found out her daughter wrote a letter to the Olympic... [Read More]
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