Rochester Historical Commission Opens Display


Thursday, November 17, marked the opening of a display, “The Thread of History Runs Thru Rochester” at the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds on Obey Street in Plymouth. Registrar of Deeds John Buckley welcomed the public and introduced the County Commissioners, Town Clerk and Selectwoman Naida Parker, and Chairman of the Rochester Historical Commission Laurene […] Read more »

Rochester Police to Hold Entrance Exam


The Rochester Police Department in conjunction with Police Exam Solutions has scheduled an Entrance Exam for the Rochester Police Department on January 21, 2017. The Rochester Police Department employs 10 full-time officers, five part-time officers, and a number of reserve officers serving a population of approximately 5,400 residents. The department will be holding an entrance […] Read more »

Tabor Academy Coral Reef Research


On November 18, SSV Tabor Boy, Tabor Academy’s 92-foot sail training schooner, will head down to the Caribbean for the winter months to act as home and research vessel during weeklong voyages for Tabor Academy student researchers. The students will be working on an ongoing collaborative research project to protect the coral reefs of the […] Read more »

Marion Cultural Council Members Needed


Are you interested in supporting local cultural events in Marion? Have you considered serving on a board and helping to determine how to disperse funds for cultural events? The Marion Cultural Council is looking for three volunteers interested in serving as voting members who can help share ideas and knowledge when making determinations of how […] Read more »

Church Ride Program


Do you miss going to church on Sunday because you are unable to get there? Do you want to go to church but don’t want to go alone? The First Congregational Church of Marion is initiating a church ride program for its Sunday service. A group of volunteers would like to pick you up on […] Read more »

ORCTV’s Holiday Greetings Are Here Again


ORCTV invites you to come and share the spirit of the holiday season with your Tri-Town friends, neighbors and families! Old Rochester Community Television is offering Holiday Greetings days for your family, organization or group. We are opening our studios on November 29-30 and December 1 to sing a song, tell a story or just […] Read more »

PTSO Fundraiser


Don’t trash your old clothes. Recycle them. Ninety five percent of all textiles can be recycled or reused. Support ORR’s junior and high schools’ textile recycling program. Donation boxes are located outside of Center School, Old Hammondtown, Rochester Memorial, Sippican School, and ORR Junior High and High Schools. All of the following can be donated […] Read more »

Marion Recreation Fall and Winter Programs


Marion Recreations is pleased to announce several fall and winter programs available to the public. Youth Wrestling. Marconi Station Wrestling Club is now in its 4th year and will open its doors to the public for interested participants. Children in Kindergarten through 8th grade can stop in and see what goes on in a typical […] Read more »

Rochester Police Get Warm and Fuzzy


Members of the Rochester Police Department will be participating in “No Shave November” for the first time this year. Participating officers will make a donation to Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital Program that helps veterans and their families heal from Traumatic Brain Injury, PTSD and related conditions. In return for […] Read more »

November Marion COA Events


Waterfront Memory Café continues every Wednesday from 11:45 am – 2:15 pm for those with mild-moderate Alzheimer’s or other dementia and their care provider. Please call the COA office, 508-748-3570, for more information or to register. Marion COA Learning & Leisure Lectures for November. All lectures are free and open to the community, 12:45 pm […] Read more »