Marion Senior Work-Off Abatement Program Information

This program allows taxpayers to provide services to municipalities in exchange for a reduction in their tax bill.Participants must be over the age of sixty at the time of application and own and occupy, as a principal resident, the property for which Marion taxes are paid.Only one qualifying resident of the parcel may participate and […] Read more »

Dennis Michael Perry

Dennis Michael Perry, 71, of Mattapoisett, passed away on Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Brighton. He was the devoted husband of Diane (Hathaway) Perry whom he married on August 27, 1972. They shared 46 years of marriage and two children. Dennis was born and raised in Plymouth, MA. Dennis was […] Read more »

FinCom Reviews DPW Articles

During its review of the Special Fall Town Meeting warrant on September 25, Marion Finance Committee member Alan Minard expressed his disappointment over certain articles that involved money. “I’m disappointed to see any money articles on the warrant at all,” Minard said to Finance Director Judy Mooney. Alas, said Mooney, Department of Public Works Acting […] Read more »

ORR Girls Soccer Keeps Rolling

The first game of the 2018 season didn’t go as planned for the Old Rochester Regional girls soccer, losing to Duxbury in the opener. Since then, the Bulldogs have played seven games and won each game, also going undefeated through six games in the South Coast Conference, including a 3-0 win on Monday against Bourne. […] Read more »

Fabric Art Program

Please join Lauren Langevin, for a fabric art workshop on Tuesday, October 2at 11:00 am, to bring out the artist in all of us. It’s time to channel your inner creativity.Using a large variety of fabrics in all the colors in the rainbow, create one-of-a-kind fun and colorful pieces of art. They can be pictures […] Read more »

Call for Entries

The Marion Art Center has extended the registration deadline to October 6for its next show titled Images: The Lands of the Sippican Lands Trust.This is a non-juried exhibition with no entry fee.All entries will be shown, and all mediums will be accepted.The Marion Art Center will receive a 35% commission for each sale.All works must […] Read more »

MAC Auditions

The Marion Art Center has announced open auditions for all roles in the upcoming production of The Best Christmas Pageant Everby Barbara Robinson, a family comedy in one act about a church Christmas Pageant that threatens to go horribly awry when a family of juvenile delinquents show up to take part. Auditions will be held […] Read more »

Friendly Visitor Program

The Friendly Visitor Program of the Marion COA seeks to maximize independence and enrich the quality of life for isolated seniors within the community.The program provides screened and trained volunteers to visit seniors in their homes.Visitors support seniors through weekly contact, providing social support, and a connection to the community.All volunteers are screened through a […] Read more »

ConCom Approves Water Main Replacement

An engineer working with the Mattapoisett Water & Sewer Department presented the Mattapoisett Conservation Commission on September 24 with the Town’s plan to construct a new water main between Avenues A and B, and Beach and Bay Roads in the Point Connett and Pease’s Point beach neighborhoods. Kevin Flood, senior project manager with Foss & […] Read more »

‘Welcome to Marion’

It’s known as “the gateway to Marion” and once upon a time there might have been a CVS on the Captain Hadley house property at the corner of Route 6 and Front Street if Marion residents hadn’t fought as hard as they did to stop it. Today the historical yellow Greek revival house still sits […] Read more »