Tabor Secures Another New England Championship

Tabor Academy Varsity Football emerged victorious in a duel against St. George’s School on Friday night to secure a New England Championship at home. After four, hard-fought quarters of play and much back-and-forth between the teams, the Seawolves edged out a 49-42 win over the Dragons in the Hugh Caldera Bowl. This matchup was one […] Read more »

Rochester Historical Commission Opens Display

Thursday, November 17, marked the opening of a display, “The Thread of History Runs Thru Rochester” at the Plymouth County Registry of Deeds on Obey Street in Plymouth. Registrar of Deeds John Buckley welcomed the public and introduced the County Commissioners, Town Clerk and Selectwoman Naida Parker, and Chairman of the Rochester Historical Commission Laurene […] Read more »

Elks Student of the Month

The Elks of Wareham Lodge No. 1548 sponsors the Elks Student of the Month and Student of the Year Awards for students enrolled in local area high schools. The criteria used in nominating a student includes a student who excels in scholarship, citizenship, performing arts, fine arts, hobbies, athletics, church, school and community service, industry […] Read more »

Holiday Spirit at Pops Concerts

Maestro David MacKenzie returns as guest conductor of the New Bedford Symphony Orchestra for a special family holiday treat. Choose from two performances of Family Holiday Pops on December 17 at the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center: a 3:30 pm children’s matinee or a 7:00 pm evening performance. The earlier show is perfect for kids and […] Read more »

Mattapoisett Special Town Meeting Results

With a short list of articles to get through during Mattapoisett’s November 21 Special Fall Town Meeting, and with a quorum of 92 voters, things got off to an easy start as the community breezed through the first five articles with thumbs up. The first two articles, Article 1 in the amount of $57 to […] Read more »

Rochester Police to Hold Entrance Exam

The Rochester Police Department in conjunction with Police Exam Solutions has scheduled an Entrance Exam for the Rochester Police Department on January 21, 2017. The Rochester Police Department employs 10 full-time officers, five part-time officers, and a number of reserve officers serving a population of approximately 5,400 residents. The department will be holding an entrance […] Read more »

Author Talk at the Elizabeth Taber Library

The Elizabeth Taber Library is sponsoring an author talk with Donna Lee Tufts about her newly-published book on Tuesday, December 6 at 6:30 pm. The Marion native’s first book, From My Kayak: A Photographic Journey by Kayak on Aucoot Cove, is a compilation of 42 color photographs with accompanying text describing her observations and feelings […] Read more »

Marion 5K Tradition Keeps on Trotting

You know it’s Thanksgiving in Marion when on the Sunday before that thankful Thursday you can see Wonder Woman and a flock of people in plush turkey hats running through Marion Village with over a hundred others running alongside and following after them. And this Sunday, November 17, was an indication that Thanksgiving, indeed, is […] Read more »

Planning Board Discusses Water Quality Facility

Marion Planning Board Chairman Robert Lane announced at the November 21 meeting that Mattapoisett Town Planner Ken Buckland had accepted a full-time position as Town Planner in Wareham. “He has agreed to stay on in a part-time role until we can get the rest of the Master Plan sorted out,” Lane continued, “and we wish […] Read more »

26 Thanksgivings and Counting at ORRJHS

Thanksgiving is a time to slow down, sit around, have great conversations, and enjoy the holiday, said ORR Superintendent of Schools Doug White to the special guests seated in the junior high cafeteria on November 17 – which is exactly what the 220 Tri-Town seniors did during the annual ORRJHS Thanksgiving Dinner this past Sunday. […] Read more »