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No-Shave November31 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November28 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November28 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November28 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November27 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November27 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November29 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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No-Shave November28 viewsCosmetology students at Old Colony gave five Rochester Police officers a shave and a haircut on November 30, marking the end of No-Shave November. The officers raised over $1,500 letting their facial hair grow out, a no-no for the rest of the year for the officers. The funds will benefit Home Base, a charity that serves soldiers returning from combat with PTSD. Photos by Jean Perry
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The Thread of History Runs Through Rochester46 viewsThe grand opening of "The Thread of History Runs Through Rochester" display prepared by members of the Rochester Historical Commission and Chairman Laurene Gerrior was held November 17 at the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds. Pictured here is Register of Deeds John Buckley, with special guests Plymouth County Commissioners Daniel Pallotta, Chairman, Plymouth County Commissioner Sandra Wright, and Plymouth County Commissioner Greg Hanley. Photo courtesy the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds
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Plumb Memorial Library48 viewsAuthor Nancy Cote of Somerset visited the Plumb Memorial Library in Rochester on Saturday for a reading and signing of her two newest picture books. Photo by Felix Perez
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Woodside Cemetery44 viewsBarbara Bailey, local historian and member of the Rochester Historical Society, shared family stories and documented information about her ancestor William Gallt who succumbed to diphtheria at the age of 5 in 1878 and is buried in the Woodside Cemetery. Photo by Marilou Newell
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Woodside Cemetery44 viewsBarbara Bailey, local historian and member of the Rochester Historical Society, shared family stories and documented information about her ancestor William Gallt who succumbed to diphtheria at the age of 5 in 1878 and is buried in the Woodside Cemetery. Photo by Marilou Newell
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