CVS Presents Preliminary Plan

At a November 21 meeting, representatives for CVS developers approached the Mattapoisett Planning Board for an informal discussion on how they could proceed with developing a pharmacy on the corner of Route 6 and North Street. Paul Beck of Gershman, Brow, and Crowley, a “preferred developer” for CVS corporation, came before the board to present […] Read more »

Greater New Bedford Internships

Have you thought about hosting an intern, but were unsure about what to do? The Greater New Bedford Connecting Activities Partnership has released an employer’s guide to internships titled “Making the Workplace a Learning Place” for local employers who need more information about their program and internships. Included in the guide are the benefits of […] Read more »

Marion Senior Fuel Assistance

If you are an elder and live in the communities of Marion, Mattapoisett, or Rochester, and are having difficulty paying for fuel this season, Coastline Elderly Services may be able to help you with a one-time payment for fuel assistance. This program will benefit elders 60 years of age or older who live on fixed […] Read more »

From the Mattapoisett Town Clerk

• Dog Licensing – If your dog has not been licensed for 2011, please do so as soon as possible. The second late fee of $20 is now in effect. If your dog is male/female the fee is now $32, if your dog has been spayed/neutered the fee is now $29, this includes the $20 […] Read more »

Lions Pledge to Plant Trees

The Mattapoisett Lions Club is inviting all community residents to indicate their interest in supporting a joint Lions and Boy Scout Troop 53 tree planting project. This event is part of the Lions Clubs International Million Tree Planting Campaign, a global campaign taking place from July 2011 to June 2012 that focuses on caring for […] Read more »

50th Tri-County Symphonic Band Season

The 2011/2012 concert season, the Tri-County Symphonic Band’s 50th, brings the organization back to its roots with all three former Music Directors returning to the stage. Great music, superb musicians and a wonderfully supportive audience is the right combination for this celebratory year. Please come and share in the “Tri-County experience” that has thrilled audiences for […] Read more »

Elizabeth Taber Library

• Women Sharing Words – The Elizabeth Taber Library has carved out a space for writing women. “Traditionally, women have been listeners and readers but not speakers and writers.” This is changing. Once a month, typically the fourth Friday of the month, women are invited to bring their writing, or something that has inspired them, to the […] Read more »

Afterschool with the Marion Museum

The Marion Museum of Natural History announces its Fall 2011 schedule of afterschool programs. All afterschool programs are held from 3:30 to 4:30 pm at the museum. For a registration form, visit • December 14 – Nature Crafts with the Marion Natural History Museum. Students will work on projects for gift-giving using materials found […] Read more »

Marion Council on Aging

• Z Tickets – The Marion Council on Aging has discounted tickets to the Zeiterion Theatre. Please call for a listing of events and times. • YMCA Trips – The Marion Council on Aging van is currently providing transportation on Tuesdays and Thursdays to the Gleason Family YMCA in Wareham. Call the COA for details: 508-748-3570. • […] Read more »

Hockey Registration

• Learn to Play – The Canal Sharks are pleased to announce the registration for the Learn-To-Play hockey program. This program is open to all girls and boys that would like to have a little fun and learn the game. Skaters registering for this program should be able to skate the length of the ice with […] Read more »