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Flamingos Around Town38 viewsHave you been driving around the Tri-Town noticing a greater prevalence of lawn flamingos? Don't be alarmed! The plastic lawn ornaments are the Old Rochester Regional High School Cheerleaders' latest and most creative fundraiser. For $25, residents can have a friend's house decorated, or "flocked" with lawn flamingos. All money collected through the flocking will be used to send the squad to Walt Disney World in February. Photos courtesy of Dawn Underhill.
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Eagle Scout1967 viewsMattapoisett resident Alexander Moceri recently achieved the rank of Eagle Scout, which is the highest honor in Boy Scouts. For his final project, he headed the renovations of both the men and women's bathrooms at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in New Bedford. Photo courtesy of Alison Anselmo.
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It's All About The Animals43 viewsIt's All About The Animals, a non-profit cat shelter in Rochester, Mass., has been responsible for helping to save the lives of over 250 cats since its inception in 2009. The no-kill shelter always has several animals on hand for adoption. Check out these furry felines, who have all recently been officially adopted by loving families from around the Tri-Town. Photos by Eric Tripoli.
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Post Office Santa57 viewsOn Saturday, December 15, Santa took the time out of his busy schedule to visit the Rochester Post Office. Cody Barrows, left, and Sandy Polonio, right, pose with Jolly Old Saint Nick. Photo by Katy Fitzpatrick.
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A New England Nutcracker68 viewsThese Tri-Town residents will be performing in the New Bedford Ballet’s production “A New England Nutcracker” starting on Saturday, December 8 through December 16. Front Row, from left to right: Tori Castanha, Bailey Sweet, and Camryn McNamara, from Marion, Lily Eilertsen, from Mattapoisett. Back from, from left to right: Annie Tucker and Kathryn Sebastiao from Mattapoisett, Ari Sweet (Snowflake) from Marion. Photo courtesy of New Bedford Ballet.
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Miss Fall River 188 viewsMattapoisett resident Jillian Zucco was crowned Miss Fall River over the weekend, winning her first pageant title ever. At the end of September, the 19-year-old won first runner-up honors at the Miss New Bedford pageant. Jillian currently studies at UMass Dartmouth and her talent was singing. Photo courtesy of Elin Photography.
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King Richard's Faire48 viewsKing Richard’s Faire in Carver. The event is one of the most popular events in southeastern Massachusetts during the fall, and runs through October 21.
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King Richard's Faire45 viewsKing Richard’s Faire in Carver. The event is one of the most popular events in southeastern Massachusetts during the fall, and runs through October 21.
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King Richard's Faire45 viewsKing Richard’s Faire in Carver. The event is one of the most popular events in southeastern Massachusetts during the fall, and runs through October 21.
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King Richard's Faire44 viewsKing Richard’s Faire in Carver. The event is one of the most popular events in southeastern Massachusetts during the fall, and runs through October 21.
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Buzzards Bay Coalition Bike Ride49 viewsOn Sunday, October 14, 147 riders pedaled across southeastern Massachusetts to participate in the 6th Annual Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride in order to raise money for the Buzzards Bay Coalition. There were two route options, one 75-mile and one 35-mile course that led riders all throughout the region, including the Tri-Town. The ride raised $68,000 for the organization's initiatives. Photos courtesy Buzzards Bay Coalition.
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Buzzards Bay Coalition Bike Ride63 viewsOn Sunday, October 14, 147 riders pedaled across southeastern Massachusetts to participate in the 6th Annual Buzzards Bay Watershed Ride in order to raise money for the Buzzards Bay Coalition. There were two route options, one 75-mile and one 35-mile course that led riders all throughout the region, including the Tri-Town. The ride raised $68,000 for the organization's initiatives. Photos courtesy Buzzards Bay Coalition.
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