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Summer, Going Green
Everything you need to know about these noisy bugs before they awaken from their 17-year hibernation.
Arts, Local Connections, Summer
The Plymouth Antiquarian Society honors some of the town’s earliest preservationists at a June 1 celebration for the restored Rose Briggs Memorial Garden at the Hedge House.
We've had a run of nice days, but that will end today.
You asked when beach stickers will be available for the coming summer, we got the answer for you.
Local Connections, Summer
The Boston Marathon is Monday, but some of us aren't quite ready to run 26.2 miles. But there are some races in Plymouth that are manageable.
Enrollment is starting soon for many summer camps. Here's a selection of summer camps in [Massachusetts, Rhode Island or New Hampshire or a mix depending on your coverage area]
Government, Awareness, Summer
A Worcester resident in his 60s with severe underlying medical conditions was diagnosed with WNV in mid-August and has since died of the illness.
Government, Local Connections, Summer
A portion of White Horse Beach was closed to swimming Wednesday after testing for high levels of the Enterococci bacteria.
Opinion, Sports, Summer, Back to School
Summer should get a speeding ticket ~ Anonymous
Today is the anniversary of Hurricane Irene's landfall in Massachusetts that left more than 250,000 customers in the dark last August and September.
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