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Buzzards Bay Coalition51 viewsCassie Lawson of the Buzzards Bay Coalition led a group of 30 adults and children through the rigors of shellfishing on July 22 at the Mattapoisett town beach located adjacent to the YMCA camp. Lawson explained the physiology of the bivalves, how to use a shellfish rake, and the importance of obtaining a permit and being mindful of the difference between open and closed shellfish beds. Photo by Marilou Newel - July 27, 2017 edition
2017 Groundhog Day Cover Contest49 viewsAn entry from our 2017 Groundhog Day Cover contest by Mary Lopes
Dogs45 viewsCan you spot the dog on Prozac? Read News Editor Jean Perry’s account of her recently adopted “imperfect” rescue dogs in her first installment of “This Imperfect Life.” That’s Ethel on the left and Ricky on the right. Photo by Denise Mello
2017 Groundhog Day Cover Contest41 viewsAn entry from our 2017 Groundhog Day Cover contest by Elizabeth Lopes
Partial Eclipse, Total Excitement 36 viewsThe Plumb Library welcomed celestial spectators on Monday for the region’s partial eclipse of the sun, handing out free eclipse glasses. Photos by Glenn C. Silva
Enraptured by Raptors 29 viewsThis tiny Eastern screech owl captured the hearts and attention of a sizeable audience – not with its sharp talons, but with its big yellow eyes, tiny ear tufts, and sweet, spooky song. The Marion Natural History Museum hosted a Birds of Prey night, with guests learning about raptors and even getting to meet a few of them from the Blue Hills Trailside Museum. Photo by Jean Perry
Hauntings21 views: According to our Halloween Special Report, it seems Rochester is just as spooky as it is beautiful. I guess that makes it ‘bootiful!’ Of course, it’s all in good fun, but imagine if they really were to prove that all of Rochester was haunted – maybe you already believe that. Got a little Tri-Town ghost story of your own? Share it with us at Photos taken at Center Cemetery by Jean Perry
Stone Cold Spooky 9 viewsMattapoisett resident Warren Parsons says this pre-colonial stone head his grandmother found on the old family farm in Dartmouth back in the ‘50s is haunted or maybe even cursed. Should we take Parsons’ word for granite? The stone head seemed gneiss to us. (See what we did there?) Photo by Jean Perry

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