Rochester Memorial Teachers’ Association

Dear Rochester Families: The Rochester Memorial Teachers’ Association would like to express their delight for the wonderful specially prepared luncheons during the week of June 1. The sandwiches, the chowder, the salads, the lasagna, and the breakfast foods were scrumptious! The entire C-wing smelled divine on lasagna day!! The RMS staff truly appreciated your efforts. […] Read more »

Team Sole Survivors

To the Editor: Team Sole Survivors would like to publicly acknowledge and thank the Marion VFW and all their workers for making our recent delicious Chicken BBQ dinner a huge success. They went way above and beyond in giving and helping this event. Simple ”thank you” words cannot express our deep gratitude. Sole Survivors Team […] Read more »

Friends Meeting

To the Editor: The Quakers at Mattapoisett Friends Meeting thank the Community Preservation Committee and May 11 Town Meeting attendees for the $80,000 grant to help rehabilitate their 1827 Meeting House on Route 6. With $90,000 already raised by Friends, it still leaves the meeting with the daunting task of coming up with an additional […] Read more »

Friends of the Bike Path

To the Editor: Friends of the Bike Path thank all who attended Mattapoisett Town Meeting and voted additional funding for the path. If you’ve changed your email address or haven’t received an email update in a while, please contact the Friends at It’s possible we will need more funding in the fall. If you […] Read more »

Thank You

To the Editor: I personally wanted to THANK Reservation Golf Club, On The Go, Turk’s Seafood Market and Sushi Bar, Nick’s Homemade Pizza, Ying Dynasty, Matt’s Blackboard Restaurant and Catering, and Valet Linen Supply for all of your generosity and support during my 2015 Dana-Farber Marathon Challenge Fundraiser. It was an amazing event for a […] Read more »

Town Meeting Article

To the Editor: The January 2010 Supreme Court ruling in Citizens United v. FEC found that restrictions on independent corporate spending in political campaigns were unconstitutional under the First Amendment. This decision overturned much of the 2002 Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act (usually referred to as McCain-Feingold), and threatened the legality of state level campaign finance […] Read more »

Right to Farm Bylaw

To the Editor: Good Morning, Mattapoisett, May 11 is our Annual Spring Town Meeting. There is no place on earth I’d rather be than in the ORR auditorium on the 11th of May. Will “U” please join me? It will be rich, rewarding, enjoyable and well informed. At the same you may stand and speak […] Read more »

Marion Town Meeting

To the Editor: It’s Time to Protect Marion from Big Box Formula Business Development. The thousand plus petitioners voicing opposition to the proposed CVS project have an opportunity to convert their signatures to votes at the May 11, 2015 Town Meeting by supporting the zoning change proposed by Warrant Article 43. Big Box and formula-driven […] Read more »

Plowing Private Roads

To the Editor: After a very long winter, we are all celebrating the green grass, daffodils and flowering trees. But all too soon we’ll have to deal with snow and ice on our roads once again. In Marion, voters at the May 15 Town Election have an opportunity to help ensure that all our town […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Lions Club

Thank you to all the members of the Mattapoisett Lions Club: On Saturday, April 18, the Mattapoisett Lions Club had a wonderful turkey dinner offered to all seniors of Mattapoisett. It was held in the hall of the Mattapoisett Congregational Church at noon. What a wonderful meal they served. We had a complete turkey dinner […] Read more »