I walked into the ceremony racing against the clock. The usher handed me a program and I found a seat close to the front. I opened my notebook to a blank page and began to write feverishly as speaker after speaker honored the fallen and shared their personal stories with the room of onlookers. I bolted out of there as soon as I could, rushing home to my laptop…
As I walk from my dorm room to the dining hall, I hear the crinkle of my green raincoat as it hugs my body. The hood is over my head, blocking my peripheral vision as it always does. Once inside, from the lower entrance like I’ve done countless times before, I swipe my “smart” card and search for a seat to shed my outer layer.
Duxbury FACTS coalition holds an event for teens and families focused on mental wellness in the digital age.
Tag-team Robby Hecht and Caroline Spence released their debut album together which is center stage in this album review.
Nothing sounds sweeter than a full house and a clear soprano voice, something Lee Ann Womack proved at her Maine concert reviewed in this piece.?
After the announcement of the intention to grow and distribute recreational marijuana in town, a forum was held to discuss views (mostly opposition).
This article gives a sneak peek inside the Memory Training conducted at the local Senior Center to support anyone with age-related memory concerns.?
Long-time sports radio host, Bill Wilhelm, hangs up his host on local radio station WATD-FM in this article.
This article features a town discussion with local professionals on options for high school graduates to pursue that are alternative to the 4-year college track.
This profile features the artwork of local painter, John Forrest, resident of Pine Hills.
This profile introduces Bonnie Shapiro, founder of King Richard’s Faire which was inspired by all things hippie.