Upper Cape Tech College Fair

Upper Cape Cod Regional Technical School welcomes all area parents and students in Grades 9 through 11, as well as seniors who have not finalized their plans, to attend a College Fair at Upper Cape Tech. The College Fair will be held on Thursday, March 20 from 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the gymnasium. Over […] Read more »

Falmouth Academy’s 26th Annual Science Fair

At Falmouth Academy’s 26th annual science fair Thursday, February 13, more than 170 students in grades 7 – 12 presented their projects to three of the nearly 100 volunteer judges, primarily from Woods Hole and Falmouth scientific and engineering communities. The judges based their choices on the students’ research and data as well as their […] Read more »

Board Mulls Snow Budget, Endorses Planner

It is what it is, is how Selectman Bradford Morse put it, after hearing that Rochester’s snow and ice removal budget, as it stands now, is about $20,000 to $30,000 over budget. “And that doesn’t include last week’s expenses at this point,” said Town Administrator Richard LaCamera, “so, hopefully it stops snowing soon.” LaCamera commented […] Read more »

One Hearing for ZBA – Five Thumbs Up

Mattapoisett’s Zoning Board of Appeals members Tony Tranfaglia, Gene DeSlandes, Susan Atkin, Coly Rottler, and Norman Lyonnais heard only one application on February 20th.   The parcel located at 14 Barstow Street is part of Bruce Rocha, Sr.’s plan to re-develop this site and the abutting now vacant site into two single-family dwellings. Rocha’s first application […] Read more »

Marion Council on Aging

New Programs: “Easy Yoga”: Beginning March 7 at 10:45 am. This is seated and standing only. Come try this free 12-week class at 13 Atlantis Drive, Marion. IKEA: March 26. Pick up begins at 10:00 am. Space is limited. Free tax assistance for elders who have simple tax returns. Call for appointment. Ongoing programs: YMCA: […] Read more »

One-Man Play

Everyone is invited to the one-man play celebrating the Theater of the 1930s, 1940s, 1950s performed by veteran actor, Stephen Collins. Join us on Thursday, March 20 as Mr. Collins performs monologues from playwrights that include Tennessee Williams, Arthur Miller, Eugene O’Neill and others. Met to rave reviews for over a decade, Mr. Collins’ performances […] Read more »

ORYF Bulldogs Scholars

Several ORYF Bulldogs were recently selected as 2014 Pop Warner All-American Scholars for the New England Region (RISMA). To be eligible to receive this honor, a student must be a football player or cheerleader with a minimum grade point average of 96%. Team placement is determined by utilizing each scholar’s academic achievements along with their […] Read more »

Marion Toastmaster’s Club

The Marion Toastmaster’s Club, a public speaking, communications and leadership organization will hold an Open House on Thursday, March 6 from noon to 1:00 pm at the Marion Recreation Center, 13 Atlantis Drive in Marion. The building is located near the Sippican Healthcare campus and Marconi Village. Come and experience what happens at our meetings! […] Read more »

Academic Achievements

The following local residents were named to the fall 2013 Dean’s List at Saint Michael’s College, a liberal arts and sciences, residential Catholic college located in Burlington, Vermont, one of the top 10 college towns in America: Claire Martin, daughter of Beth and Louis Martin of Mattapoisett, a Senior Media Studies & Digital Arts major, […] Read more »

Join the PMC Mission to Fight Cancer

To know someone who has been affected by cancer is a scary and heart-wrenching experience for an adult, let alone a child. By starting a Pan-Mass Challenge (PMC) Kids Ride in your area, you can provide children, ages 2 to 15, with the opportunity to join the PMC mission. PMC Kids Rides are spokes in […] Read more »