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Still Running...193 viewsThey keep you running. The Mattapoisett Road Race Committee, pictured here in their committee t-shirts, has been hard at work over the past year to bring a celebration worthy of the 40-year benchmark. That’s right ¬– the Mattapoisett Road Race has been a part of your Fourth of July celebrations for 40 years! And with all that running, a lot of Old Rochester Regional students have benefitted from the scholarship money that the race raises. Here’s to another 40 years. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley.July 1, 201011111
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2008 Halloween Cover Contest Entry175 views2008 Halloween Cover Contest Entry11111
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Cover Contest Entry186 viewsOne of the many entries in the 2009 Halloween Cover Contest11111
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Cover Contest Entry157 viewsOne of the many entries in the 2009 Halloween Cover Contest11111
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Cover Contest Entry145 viewsOne of the many entries in the 2009 Halloween Cover Contest11111
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Cover Contest Entry138 viewsOne of the many entries in the 2009 Halloween Cover Contest11111
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2008 Halloween Cover Contest Entry188 views2008 Halloween Cover Contest Entry11111
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2007 Halloween Covert Art Entry233 views2007 Halloween Covert Art Entry11111
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2007 Halloween Covert Art Entry192 views2007 Halloween Covert Art Entry11111
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65 Years Later268 viewsPhoto’s of Omaha Beach in Normandy, in honor of the 65th anniversary this June 6, 2009. Bernard Talty with his family. Photos submitted by Bernard Talty. (June 4, 2009 edition cover)00000
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Tree Spree186 viewsThe Sippican Woman’s Club held their annual Tree Spree House Tour on Saturday, December 12, 2009. Visitors enjoyed Marion buildings festively decorated for the holiday season. There were 12 stops on the tour, including 5 private residences and several historical town buildings. Handy’s Tavern was especially awe-inspiring, with over 50 decorated trees. Photo by Anne O’Brien-Kakley. December 17, 2009 edition00000
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Groundbreaking197 viewsA groundbreaking for Little Neck Village, Marion’s new affordable senior housing village, took place on June 9, 2010. Speakers included Marion Selectman Jonathan Henry, Marion Affordable Housing Trust Chairperson Ora Mae Torres and State Senator Marc Pacheco. Photo by Laura Pedulli.00000
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