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On the ‘Clock’ 18 viewsNow you can literally watch your speed as you (hopefully) watch your speed on Route 6 with the two new permanent traffic speed indicators both east and west of the Little Neck Village entrance in East Marion. Rep. William Straus joined Police Chief John Garcia, MassDOT workers, and the Board of Selectmen early on Tuesday, June 12, for the unveiling and installation of the signs. Seen here, a State Trooper chats while Chief Garcia watches the sign flash a prompt to drivers who exceed 60 mph. Photo Jean Perry
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A ‘millennial occasion’ 29 viewsMost of the graduates of the ORR Class of 2018 were born in the year 2000 at the turn of the 3rd millennium A.D., making this year’s ORR graduation a true millennial event. Congratulations to ORR’s Class of 2018! Photo by Jean Perry
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Bloom (and Gloom) 33 viewsThe “bloom is off” the $7.9 million Marion Town House renovation article, which was defeated 214-120 on Monday night during the Annual Town Meeting. For now, the Town House will remain in its current state, which we think right now looks quite lovely juxtaposed behind the cherry blossom tree in full bloom outside. Photo by Jean Perry
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Flower Power 32 viewsThe village of Marion is bursting with colorful blooms as spring sprung suddenly upon us in the Tri-Town region. These tulips were a literal traffic-stopping splash of color in the sun on Cottage Street across from the Marion Music Hall on Tuesday. Photo by Jean Perry
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Recycle this Wanderer 41 viewsBut make sure you read it first! Earth Day is this Sunday, April 22, and we’ve got a list of easy Earth-friendly practices to remind us all that even the busiest Earthling can be doing something every day to halt our planet’s impending doom. Cover design and photo by Jean Perry
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Leaves of ‘Sass’ 58 viewsApril is, among other things, National Poetry Month, and the ‘poet-tree’ at the Mattapoisett Library keeps growing with new poem leaves springing up every day. We especially liked the message on this leaf: “When life gives you lemons, make orange juice. Be unique.” Right on, young sassy poet… Stop by and post a poem of your own before April is over. Photo by Jean Perry
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Weed is the Word 68 viewsWe visited BASK, the 10,000 square-foot medicinal marijuana cultivation operation and dispensary in Fairhaven that recently opened on Pequod Way, and toured the facility with Mattapoisett resident and BASK CEO Chapman “Chappy” Dickerson. Dickerson says the family-run business sees plenty of “average, regular” folks from Mattapoisett who have chosen marijuana as an alternative to addictive prescription drugs. April 2 was the day dispensaries could apply for dual licenses for both medicinal and recreational m
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It’s Scrumdiddlyumptious!84 viewsThe ORRHS Drama Club’s annual spring musical this year is everybody’s favorite classic, “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory!” The production, starring Chris Savino as Willy Wonka and Kate Marsden as Charlie Bucket, runs Thursday, March 22, through Saturday, March 24 at 7:30 pm, with a Sunday matinee at 2:00 pm. Photo by Jean Perry
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Marooned in Marion 106 viewsThe March 2 storm left a trail of destruction throughout the Tri-Town. This severed telephone pole surrounded by wires and downed trees remained an obstacle on Delano Road for over 24 hours, according to Marion Police Chief John Garcia. The road was shut down, and for some time there was no access to the east side of town, Garcia told The Wanderer on Saturday. Photo by Jean Perry
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Closing in on Spring 122 viewsWe spotted our first spring flowers last week on the same roadside knoll in Rochester that year after year seems to be one of the first stops for spring in the Tri-Town. Photo by Jean Perry
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2018 Groundhog Cover Contest128 views2018 Groundhog Cover Contest entry by Sophie Pettersen
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2018 Groundhog Cover Contest126 views2018 Groundhog Cover Contest entry by Jamie Lindsay MacKenzie
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