Board Talks Budget, Approves Town Planner

Selectmen took care of business swiftly on January 27 with no appointments listed on the agenda, nor any new business presented. Town Administrator Richard LaCamara updated the board on school budget progress after another Rochester School Committee budget subcommittee meeting was held the night before. It seems there is progress is bringing down the initial […] Read more »

Cribbage Tournament

Cribbage players needed  for  Cribbbage Tournament  Every Friday at 12 noon at Acushnet Council on Aging 59 ½ Main St Acushnet Mass.  Play 7 games against 7 different opponents. Any questions Contact  Gary Emken 774-328-1189.  Also players needed for Monday League play. Read more »

Mattapoisett Free Public Library News

The Mattapoisett Free Public Library is joining hundreds of other libraries across the United States and beyond in celebrating the third annual “Take Your Child to the Library Day” on Saturday, February 1st.  A full day of activities are planned, and families are encouraged to visit the children’s department and enjoy the fun. Sadie, the […] Read more »

Latin Musicians Wow Mattapoisett Students

From the moment they paraded into the Center School gymnasium, the five internationally renowned members of the Latin American educational music group, Manguito, captivated the young audience with the rhythmic thundering of their drums and other implements of mass percussion. The exuberant, but very attentive, audience savored a taste of Latin American culture on January […] Read more »

William F. Manley

William F. Manley age 76 of Brookline and a former summer resident of Mattapoisett passed away on Wednesday, January 15, 2014 following an extended illness. He was the beloved husband of Vassiliki Lascarides-Manley. Born in Boston on September 3, 1937 he was the son of the late Edward and Eva Marie (Vancavage) Manley. He graduated […] Read more »

SouthCoast Children’s Chorus

The SouthCoast Children’s Chorus presents its annual Informance next Sunday, February 2 at 3:30pm at St. Gabriel’s Church in Marion. Come listen, learn, and even sing with them in this informal demonstration of vocal warm-ups, rehearsal techniques, and works-in-progress. Audience participation warmly encouraged! Suggested donation $5 at the door. The Informance is supported in part […] Read more »

Chock-a-Block Agenda at Marion ConCom

Despite cancelations happening all day, the Marion Conservation Commission board met as usual at 7:00 pm on Wednesday at the Marion Town Hall.  A full board attended including Chairman, Larry Dorman, Vice Chairman, Norm Hills, Treasurer, Joel Hartley, Clerk, Steve Gonsalves and member Jeffrey Doubrava and newly appointed Associate Member Cynthia Trinidad and Secretary Diane […] Read more »

Relay For Life of Tri-Town Kick-Off Rally

Join us on the purple carpet for the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Tri-Town Kick-Off Rally scheduled for February 12 at 6:00 pm. On February 12, the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Tri-Town will officially get underway as cancer survivors, caregivers, families, schools, companies, faith-based and civic organizations gather in the […] Read more »

Boating Skills and Seamanship Course

This U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary boating course is approved by the National Association of Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) in all states. This intermediate class is designed for both new boaters seeking boating skills and those advancing to a higher level. The course covers: boating terminology; safety equipment; boat handling; trailering; aids to navigation; navigation rules; […] Read more »

Silvershell Summer Program

Marion Recreation is pleased to announce that registration is now open for the Silvershell Summer Program (formally known as Camp Silvershell). The program is open to all boys and girls entering grades 1-6. You do not need to be a Marion resident to participate. New this year, the Silvershell Summer Program will take one field […] Read more »