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Gold!344 viewsThe Marion Art Center presents "Gold in the Hills: or, The Dead Sister's Secret", a melodrama set in the 1890's. The hero, played by Kevin Halligan (left) is framed for murder by the diabolical villain, played by Paul Kandarian (right). The heroine Nell, is played by Kimberly Teves (center). The play will be located in the Marion Art Center, and will take place on August 6, 7, 9, 13, 14, and 15 at 8:00 pm. Photo by Caryn Koffman11111
(14 votes)
Ready, Set, Rochester!263 viewsA busy week for Rochester including the Grange Fair, Rochester Country Fair, Road Race, and Museum Open House. August 20, 2009 edition11111
(10 votes)
Class of 2010216 viewsCongratulations to the Old Rochester Regional Class of 2010! Despite the day of rain that forced ceremonies indoors, the future was still bright for ORR seniors, who graduated on June 5, 2010. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley.11111
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Bulldog Spirit!197 viewsCatch the spirit! It was some tween fun at Old Rochester Regional High School on Sunday, September 5, 2010 when the school’s varsity cheerleaders provided a cheer clinic fundraiser for young, aspiring cheerleaders. These younger cheerleaders will join the varsity squad at the ORR/Nauset football game on September 11, at the ORR David Hagen field at 7:00 pm. For more sports and ORR information, read the articles in this week’s issue from ORR students Anne Smith and Ben Resendes. Photos by Felix Perez.11111
(9 votes)
Share the Warmth245 viewsFifteen students from Jane Tougas' eighth grade Enrichment Class display the 50 blankets they helped make for Project Linus, a charity that provides handmade blankets to seriously ill and traumatized children. Front row, left to right: Olivia Lanagan, Lizzie Machado, Seth Richard, and Chris Demers. Back row, left to right: Renae Reints, Tori Saltmarsh, Katie Zartman, Kelly Kay, Ali Grace, Nicholas Bergstein, and Andrew Dessert. Photo by Anne O'Brien-Kakley. November 26, 2009 edition11111
(4 votes)
Silent Night217 viewsA festive display of holiday wood cut-outs decorates Bicentennial Park in Marion Village. The display includes a nativity scene, a Santa sleigh, and some holiday carolers. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley. December 24, 2009 edition.11111
(12 votes)
Play Ball194 viewsMarine Corps Veteran Tom Markert threw the ceremonial first pitch to his grandson Cameron Nataly at the opening ceremony for Rochester Youth Baseball on April 30, 2011 at Gifford Park. Photo by Felix Perez. May 5, 2011 edition11111
(3 votes)
Class of 2011186 viewsPhotographer Antoinette Pacheco sits atop the Marion FD Ladder Truck with Lt. Ronald Auld as she gets an aerial photo of the 185 ORR seniors forming the number "11" for the 2011 ORR yearbook. Photo courtesy of Debra Cordeiro. October 7, 2010 edition11111
(3 votes)
Witches of Marion222 viewsThe some of the volunteer Witches of Marion (L to R: Mary Ann Hayes, Deborah Bokelkamp, Trudy Kingery, Wendy Bidstrup, Joan Healey, Nancy McFadden, Sally Conkwright, Lee Johns. Front: Mimi Putnam and “Toto”.) who brought you the Annual Halloween Parade. Photo by Paul Lopes. November 2, 2009 edition11111
(3 votes)
2008 Halloween Cover Contest Entry169 views2008 Halloween Cover Contest Entry11111
(3 votes)
New Police Station212 viewsThe public was invited to a building dedication and ceremony for the new Marion police station on July 10, 2010. The town appropriated $3.8 million for the new building, which replaces the old police station on Spring Street. Among those in attendance were Police Chief Lincoln Miller, the Marion police department, the Board of Selectmen, Town Administrator Paul Dawson, Plymouth County Sheriff Joseph McDonald and members of the Police Station Building Committee. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley. July 15, 201011111
(8 votes)
Memorial Day309 viewsThe second grade of Rochester Memorial School planted flowers donated by the Fire Department at the Memorial last week in preparation for Memorial Day. Photo by Paul Lopes. (May 28, 2009 cover)11111
(22 votes)
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