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2011 Halloween Cover Contest102 viewsAn entry in our 2011 Halloween Cover Contest by Judith Bowling
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2011 Halloween Cover Contest93 viewsAn entry in our 2011 Halloween Cover Contest by Jacob DeMoranville
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2011 Halloween Cover Contest89 viewsAn entry in our 2011 Halloween Cover Contest by Michael Santos
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2011 Halloween Cover Contest124 viewsAn entry in our 2011 Halloween Cover Contest by Lauren Ziino
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2011 Halloween Cover Contest98 viewsAn entry in our 2011 Halloween Cover Contest by Benjamin Wyman
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2011 Halloween Cover Contest105 viewsAn entry in our 2011 Halloween Cover Contest by Ainslee Bangs
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2011 Halloween Cover Contest135 viewsAn entry in our 2011 Halloween Cover Contest by Jane Kassabian
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Scary Fun136 viewsThe McCullough family made this scarecrow, which won "Most Classic", at the October 15, 2011 Mattapoisett Free Public Library scarecrow event. For those who missed the Mattapoisett event, the Rochester library is accepting submissions for their scarecrow contest and will display them for the next two weekends. Also, the Elizabeth Taber Library in Marion will display its special scarecrow on October 27 at 3:00 pm. Photo by Felix Perez. October 20, 2011 edition
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Cranberry Country121 viewsIt's cranberry season! All the bogs were alive in the Tri-Town this past week with harvesting activity. Photo by Paul Lopes. October 13, 2011 edition
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Under Control100 viewsThe Mattapoisett Fire Department conducted a controlled burn exercise on the afternoon of Sunday, October 2, 2011, at the Mattapoisett Landing on Route 6. Passersby slowed to watch the spectacle, while the fire engines made the rounds to the pumping station at River Road for more water. Photo by Anne Kakley. October 6, 2011 edition
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Dunn Deal93 viewsThe Dunn family of Mattapoisett is donating their iconic Maxim Motors Company 1949 fire engine to the Mattapoisett Rescue Association as of October 2011. From left to right: Mattapoisett Fire Chief Andrew Murray, Gail Dunn and David Dunn. The engine will remain at its current location at 55 County Road, Mattapoisett. Photo by Anne Kakley. September 29, 2011 edition
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Coastal Sweep!99 viewsLed by Marion resident Peter McDonald, environmentally-minded locals and Tabor students descended upon Marionís Silvershell Beach and Planting Island, Mattapoisett Town Beach and Warehamís Onset Beach to pick up trash and debris on the morning of September 17, 2011. The residents cleaned the beaches in solidarity with 400,000 individuals in 120 countries, all who participated in a global beach cleanup orchestrated by the Ocean Conservancy. Photos by Robert Chiarito. September 22, 2011 edition
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