Margaret Weigel Cameron

Margaret Weigel Cameron, 89, passed away Jan 12, 2013. She was the wife of Malcom Cameron. Born in New Bedford, she lived in Rochester and Largo, Florida most of her life. Margaret was a teacher at New Bedford Vocational High School for 32 yrs. She was an Assistant Administrator at Old Colony Vocational and Bristol […] Read more »

Marion Recreation Adult Courses

Marion Recreation is offering Adult Courses beginning in February. All classes will be held at the Town of Marion Atlantis Drive Facility at 13 Atlantis Drive, Marion. The following courses are now accepting registrations: Knitting, Jewelry Making, Acrylic & Oil Painting, Making Monoprints, The Artist’s Book, Instruction in Origami, Drawing, Re-Upholstery, Watercolors, Groovercise and Calm […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Library News

Tall Tales of Mattapoisett – Do you like the silly and outrageous? Do you like to write and draw? Children in grades two through four are welcome to this unique program co-sponsored by the Mattapoisett Historical Society and the Mattapoisett Library. On Thursday, February 21 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm, children can learn about […] Read more »

Those “Damn Yankees”

Step into the Fireman Performing Arts Center in Hoyt Hall these days, knowing that the Winter Musical is coming soon, and you will realize that the Tabor Academy Drama Department still is swinging for the fences. Tabor Academy’s Winter Musical returns with a stunning version of “Damn Yankees,” a musical that combines America’s game with […] Read more »

Gateway Youth Hockey Update

• Squirt 1: The Gateway Squirt Ice Wolves ran their Yankee Conference record to 24-0 on Saturday with an 8-0 win. Kaleb Riggle led the scoring with three goals, while Bryan Gallagher, Julia Elicier, Seth Tomasik, Quirino doCanto and Tyler Lovendale each added one. Alex DeMarco got the shutout in net. In their second game […] Read more »

Future Changes to Infrastructure Discussed

The Marion Board of Selectmen met Tuesday evening to discuss several issues, including future improvements to the infrastructure of the town, an update from Police Chief Lincoln Miller and two surplus police vehicles. Sean Syde and Mike Guidice from CDM Smith presented a plan for Infrastructure Capital Improvements within the Town of Marion to the […] Read more »

Pier in Marion Harbor Approved

A special permit for a pier extending 253 feet into Marion Harbor at 203 Front Street was approved unanimously at the Marion Planning Board’s meeting on Tuesday evening. A zoning bylaw change approved at the May 2011 Town Meeting led the way for the pier proposal by David and Linda Nielson. David Davignon addressed the […] Read more »

Think Summer – Think Harbor Days!

With two feet of snow on the ground and hours spent shoveling in sub-freezing temperatures, it’s difficult to think of summer, but that’s exactly what the members of the Mattapoisett Lions Club have been doing! Members of the Club are hard at work planning another great Harbor Days event. So save the dates! The weeklong festivities kick off on Sunday, July 17 with […] Read more »

Seventh Annual Women’s Fund Tiara 5K

Registration is now open for the Seventh Annual Women’s Fund Tiara 5K. The Tiara is a fun, healthy way to celebrate the women in our lives, while raising money to support the important efforts of the Women’s Fund in their mission to advance the educational attainment and economic security of women and girls in our […] Read more »

BBQ Steak Dinner

The Marion Social Club is hosting a BBQ Steak Dinner on Sunday, March 3. Doors open at 12:00 pm. Dinner will be served at serve at 1:00 pm. Donations are $15 and takeout is available. The cut-off date to call for tickets is February 24. Contact club member Brenda at 508-291-4062 for tickets and more […] Read more »