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Designed to perfection by renowned architect Jan Gleysteen, the distinctive colonial with twin wisteria-covered pergolas at 43 Highgate Road has always held pride of place... [Read More]
Horoscope for July 13-19 Now that Mercury is direct, it has still to traverse over the shadow period. These are the degrees over which the... [Read More]
1 State Sen. Becca Rausch, D-Needham, will host her next virtual office hours on Friday, July 10, from 10 a.m.-noon. In keeping with best practices... [Read More]
Was I deceived? or did a sable cloud Turn forth her silver lining on the night? I did not err, there does a sable cloud,... [Read More]
When the first Levitate Music Festival kicked off in 2013, Dan and Jess Hassett had been married for two weeks and were thrilled to have... [Read More]
Editor's note: Vital coronavirus stories are being provided for free as a public service to our readers during the coronavirus outbreak. For more coverage, go... [Read More]
Wareham public safety personnel responded to the scene of a serious accident at Route 28 and 195, involving a crash vs. a Wareham Fire Dept.... [Read More]
The Wareham Dept. of Natural Resources cited multiple illegal shellfishermen Tuesday afternoon. WDNR officers, acting on an anonymous tip from a beachgoer, seized numerous species... [Read More]
The Board of Health has reopened Wareham beaches. Shellfishing remains closed at this time within all areas of Onset Bay and Sunset Cove. The Wareham... [Read More]
The Box-Top Consignment and Thrift Shop in Topsfield is going to reopen with a clearance sale. The shop, located at 7 School St. in Topsfield,... [Read More]
The fast-approaching 2020 primary and general elections tend to overshadow the persistence required to pass legislation. Such is the case with The End of Life... [Read More]
Masconomet graduate Bryson Barraclough has been awarded the Emery Rice Scholarship to attend Mass Maritime. The award, which is given to just 10 incoming freshmen... [Read More]
Salem Film Fest, an all-documentary film festival, will celebrate its 13th year by presenting more than 80 features and short films online in a virtual... [Read More]
Due to the state reopening guidelines and concern for everyone's health and safety, the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra has decided to cancel the Aug. 21... [Read More]
Boston Outdoor Preschool Network is enrolling now for our new half-day nature preschool at Massachusetts Horticultural Society. Join us for a socially distant open... [Read More]
Last summer, Wellesley had 33 camps and more than 7,600 kids attending them. This year, two camps are open: Charles River Aquatics, located at the... [Read More]
The following are excerpts from the Wellesley Police log. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law. On June 30... [Read More]
The Water and Sewer Division is resuming a program to upgrade residential water meters. This program was suspended this spring due to the coronavirus outbreak.... [Read More]
It was just too good to last. The town has been offering free parking in town-owned commuter lots and business lots this summer, but is... [Read More]
In response to events unfolding across the country and as part of an ongoing commitment to fostering an inclusive community, Massasoit Community College, with a... [Read More]
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