Saturday, May 18, 2013
This home has spectacular views and was completely remodeled.
Spectacular ocean, beachfront on Private Priscilla Beach with views that will astound you. Windows everywhere make this a very bright home and there are private stairs to the beach. See the Gurnet, Provincetown, and ships on their way to the canal. The master suite has cathedral ceilings, new bath with jetted soaking tub, and double sliders to Juliet balcony. There is a new inlaw apartment on lower level. Recent total remodel with custom kitchen cabinets, crown moldings, granite, tile, and stainless appliances.
The Plymouth Garden Club hosts its annual plant, bake, and yard sale at Chiltonville Congregational Church today starting at 9 a.m.
1. Plymouth's Run for 1 to support Boston's One Fund, takes place at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 25 starting at Pilgrim Memorial Park on the waterfront. The entry is fee is $25 per person or register a team for $100. Participants are encouraged to donate more. 2. The Plymouth Garden Club hosts its annual plant, bake, and yard sale at Chiltonville Congregational Church today starting at 9 a.m. Buy hardy perennials, seedlings, handmade garden containers, rain barrel for sale at reasonable prices. All proceeds benefit the club's on going civic beautification projects and scholarship fund. 3. The Plymouth Center for the Arts is calling for enteries for its Summer Fine Craft Show, to be held from July 29 to Aug. 11. Members of the Center and their …
This week's "Wanted" involves a counterfeit $100 bill.
Each week, we'll feature a different outstanding criminal case from around the region. Information is courtesy of MassMostWanted.com. If you have any information regarding the case, contact your local police department. Theft - Case No. 130112 February 18, 2013 Mansfield: Shaw's Grocery Store Case Details: At 1:18pm the suspect purchased a small bag of Doritos, Dentyne chewing gum and two 16oz Cokes for a total of $6.52 and passed a counterfeit $100 bill. The suspect was a white or Hispanic male, thin, with chin strap facial hair. He was wearing a hooded sweatshirt and a baseball hat with a gray visor with a large sticker on it. If you have any information about the identity of this person, please contact: Mansfield Police Department: (508…
Recap and analysis of the week in state government.
Like pieces of a puzzle that don't quite fit together yet, the Big Three may have been separated at birth, but with each incremental step their destinies seem to grow more intertwined. No, we're not talking about those Big Three - Gov. Deval Patrick, Senate President Therese Murray and Speaker Robert DeLeo - though they play major character roles in this thickening plot. Instead, three bills have come to define the early months of the 2013 legislative agenda and resolutions on tax hikes, local road funding and the annual state budget continue to be elusive and dependent on one another. Patrick spent the early part of his week welcoming British Prime Minister David Cameron to Boston for a few quick meetings and a visit to the Copley …
Friday, May 17, 2013
A total of a 141 seniors from 26 towns will graduate from Notre Dame Academy. Graduation is Friday at 5 p.m.
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The National Transportation Safety Board recommends reducing the limit. Some say it would save lives. Others say it's unreasonable.
One drink could be the standard for drunken driving – at least for some people if the National Transporation Safety Board has its way. On Tuesday, the NTSB recommended states lower the blood-alcohol threshold for driving under the influence from 0.08 percent to 0.05 percent. What do you think? Is the proposal reasonable? About 10,000 deaths a year are related to drunken driving. The NTSB says the lower limit would save 500 to 800 lives a year. Officials at the American Beverage Institute called the proposal "ludicrous." It said the average woman could reach the 0.05 percent limit by having one drink. There were 114 DUI fatalities in Massachusetts in 2012, which were 34 percent of traffic-related fatalities last year, according to Mothers …
Panther TV Once Again Cited as “Best in New England” in the New England Emmy Awards, and New England Scholastic Press Association.
Check out these Plymouth homes that sold last week.
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Head to Armstrong Arena for Frozen Friday tonight starting at 8 p.m.
1. Plymouth's Run for 1 to support Boston's One Fund, takes place at 10 a.m., Saturday, May 25 starting at Pilgrim Memorial Park on the waterfront. The entry is fee is $25 per person or register a team for $100. Participants are encouraged to donate more. 2. Head to Armstrong Arena for Frozen Friday tonight starting at 8 p.m. Strap on the ice skates for a DJ public skate. Admission is $5 and skate rentals are $5. 3. The Plymouth Center for the Arts is calling for enteries for its Summer Fine Craft Show, to be held from July 29 to Aug. 11. Members of the Center and their friends may submit up to 4 items for a $10 entry fee. A minimum of two items will be included in the show. The Center is looking looking for objects made from wood, glass…
Here's the story of Marlene Konkoly, who found creative ways to spend less and save more so she can retire at 50. This story is the first in our series about Extreme Savers.
Americans may be living longer, but our retirement plans aren’t keeping up. Which means people are living longer with smaller bank accounts. But Marlene Konkoly will retire at age 50. How did she do it? She contributes a whopping 45 percent of the gross annual income she earns as a procurement officer for an automotive finance company to her retirement—all while owning a home and remaining debt-free. Konkoly is actually well ahead of the retirement savings curve compared to many of her fellow Americans. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, fewer than half of Americans even know how much money they would need to retire. And nearly a third of employees who had access to a defined contribution plan such as a 401(k) did not participate …