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Police Station Ground Breaking84 viewsConstruction on the new Marion Police Station officially began on September 8, 2009 with a groundbreaking ceremony. Among those present were Police Chief Lincoln Miller, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen Stephen Cushing, Selectmen Roger Blanchette and Jonathan Henry, Project Manager Rick Pomeroy, Architect Brian Humes, Building Committee Chairman Dale Jones, and Jonathan Scully of B.C. Construction. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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Police Station Ground Breaking83 viewsConstruction on the new Marion Police Station officially began on September 8, 2009 with a groundbreaking ceremony. Among those present were Police Chief Lincoln Miller, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen Stephen Cushing, Selectmen Roger Blanchette and Jonathan Henry, Project Manager Rick Pomeroy, Architect Brian Humes, Building Committee Chairman Dale Jones, and Jonathan Scully of B.C. Construction. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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Police Station Ground Breaking96 viewsConstruction on the new Marion Police Station officially began on September 8, 2009 with a groundbreaking ceremony. Among those present were Police Chief Lincoln Miller, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen Stephen Cushing, Selectmen Roger Blanchette and Jonathan Henry, Project Manager Rick Pomeroy, Architect Brian Humes, Building Committee Chairman Dale Jones, and Jonathan Scully of B.C. Construction. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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Police Station Ground Breaking85 viewsConstruction on the new Marion Police Station officially began on September 8, 2009 with a groundbreaking ceremony. Among those present were Police Chief Lincoln Miller, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen Stephen Cushing, Selectmen Roger Blanchette and Jonathan Henry, Project Manager Rick Pomeroy, Architect Brian Humes, Building Committee Chairman Dale Jones, and Jonathan Scully of B.C. Construction. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley
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Gas Leak118 viewsAn Nstar crew works to repair a gas main that was damaged by a backhoe on Front Street just south of Route 6. Several buildings were evacuated as a precaution while the leak was brought under control. Photo by Paul Lopes
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Block Party Fun114 viewsDanielle Cox, of Marion, gets her face painted by Debbie Breault, of also of Marion, at the Marion Block Party, which took place on Sunday, August 30. The Block Party, which was originally supposed to take place on Saturday, August 29, was cancelled due to the threat of rain. Also at the party, which took place on Spring Street, was a rock climbing wall, a DJ, food provided by the VFW Hall 2425, a bounce house for children and a bake sale. Photo by Adam Silva
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Rock Around the Block108 views2009 Marion Block Party. Photo by Adam Silva
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Rock Around the Block107 views2009 Marion Block Party. Photo by Adam Silva
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Rock Around the Block110 viewsThe VFW Hall 2425 tent at the Marion Block Party, which took place on Saturday, August 30. Photo by Adam Silva
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Habitat Octoberfest108 viewsJohn McCormack speaks at the 2008 Buzzard's Bay Habitat for Humanity Octoberfest. Octoberfest organizers hope for another great turn-out at this year's Octoberfest fundraiser.
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Habitat Octoberfest112 viewsThe 2008 Buzzard's Bay Habitat for Humanity Octoberfest featured good food, drinks, and great items for auction. Those who attended last year are eagerly anticipating the 2009 Octoberfest, which will benefit affordable housing for the SouthCoast.
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End of an Era101 viewsL’Auberge de Marion, once a landmark along route six, has now been raised after remaining vacant for a decade. Photo by Paul Lopes
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