Manomet Current

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: Coastal Flood Watch

.MODERATE TO PERHAPS ISOLATED POCKETS OF MAJOR COASTAL FLOODING ALONG WITH CONSIDERABLE BEACH EROSION ARE POSSIBLE DURING THE EARLY TUESDAY MORNING AND LATE TUESDAY AFTERNOON HIGH TIDE CYCLES… …COASTAL FLOOD WATCH REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM LATE MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY EVENING… * LOCATION…THE EASTERN MASSACHUSETTS COAST INCLUDING CAPE COD AND NANTUCKET. * COASTAL FLOODING…MODERATE TO […] The post NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: Coastal Flood Watch appeared first on The Manomet Current.
Manomet Current

NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: Blizzard Watch

A MAJOR WINTER STORM WILL IMPACT THE REGION MONDAY NIGHT THROUGH TUESDAY NIGHT WITH 1 TO 2 FEET OF SNOW AND BLIZZARD CONDITIONS POSSIBLE… …BLIZZARD WATCH IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY EVENING THROUGH LATE TUESDAY NIGHT… THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN TAUNTON HAS ISSUED A BLIZZARD WATCH…WHICH IS IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY EVENING THROUGH LATE TUESDAY […] The post NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE: Blizzard Watch appeared first on The Manomet Current.
South Shore Mama

100th Day of School Reading List for Kids

Join the 100th day of school celebration with this reading list for kids!
Manomet Current

Beaver Dam Road man arrested for assault at John Alden Club

An alleged fight at the John Alden Club ended with a Manomet man under arrest. According to Captain John Rogers, Richard Coit, 54, of Beaver Dam Road got into an argument with the bartender. Coit allegedly pushed the bartender, who fell backward. The alleged victim, a 61-year-old man, was taken to Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Plymouth […] The post Beaver Dam Road man arrested for assault at John Alden Club appeared first on The Manomet Current.
South Shore Mama

Using Photography To Beat The Winter Blues!

Hobbies, like photography are great way to get you outside, spark a new interest, meet new people and help beat the winter blues. Here are some ideas from Ladybug Photography to get you started!
Amy DeFeo

Single-Family – 10 Orchard Ave Kingston, MA 02364 now has a new price of 9,900!

Spacious Colonial set in a cul-de-sac neighborhood. Welcoming wrap around freshly painted farmers porch, leads you into a beautifully remodeled Kitchen with granite, upgraded cabinets, ornate tiled backsplash, double sink and tiled flooring. Hardwood flooring thru-out first floor with fireplaced Living Room, Family Room with cathedral ceiling, large Dining Room/Den has sliders that leads to [...]
South Shore Mama

Science for Kids: Oobleck Slime

It’s a solid, it’s a liquid, it’s Oobleck! Oobleck is a cool slimy substance that is a solid when you squeeze it, but turns into a liquid once you let it go.
Amy DeFeo

How to Avoid a Low Home Appraisal

A house needs to be sold three times when it is on the market. First it needs to be sold to other agents so they will want to show and sell the home. Second it needs to be sold to buyers and lastly to the appraiser. Even if the buyer is willing to pay [...]
Amy DeFeo

Is Your Home What a Buyer Wants?

Today’s homebuyers are savvy and they know what they want. If you are looking to get top dollar or a quick sale you will want to make sure you home has what it takes to meet the high standards of today’s buyers. Here are a few things that top buyer’s lists: 1. Smaller: Believe [...]
Boston Globe

Obituary: James Roland Braithwaite

BRAITHWAITE, Dr. James Roland Of Plymouth, Mon. Aug. 4. Beloved husband of the late Alexandrina (Stewart). Devoted father of Roland A. Braithwaite and Elisa Dianne Braithwaite. He also leaves 3 grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral service Thurs. Aug. 14 11 a.m. at St. Bartholomew's Episcopal Church, 239 Harvard St, Cambridge. Visiting hour at the church Thurs. 10-11 a.m. Relatives and friends most kindly invited. Interment St. Michael's Cemetery, Roslindale. A. J. Spears Funeral HomeCambridge, MA 617-876-4047
Boston Globe

Obituary: Robert Anthony Mccarthy

MCCARTHY, Robert Anthony "Louie" 63, passed away at home on August 6 after a long illness. Beloved husband of Cynthia Ann (LaCivita) McCarthy "Cindy" of Plymouth. He leaves his sister Carol Florentino and her husband Francis "Pudgy" of Saugus, brother of William McCarthy and his wife Janet of Beverly Farms and the late Joseph "Duke" McCarthy. He also leaves his father and mother in-law John and Martha LaCivita of Holbrook, sisters in law Jean and her husband Robert Gray of E. Taunton, Joan and her husband Bart Leon of Raynham, Joanne and her husband Phillip Raymond of Gardner, brothers in-law Johnny A LaCivita of Holbrook, Robert LaCivita of Randolph, their God Daughter Sarah and many nieces, nephews and grandnieces and ...
Boston Globe

Obituary: Ann Theresa Massimino

MASSIMINO, Ann Theresa A resident of Federal Way Washington died at Hallmark Manor on Monday August 4th, 2014 at the age of 95. Ann was the youngest daughter of Santo and Maria Conte. She was born in Lawrence and attended Lawrence High School. She married her beloved husband Mario P. Massimino in Holy Rosary Church in Lawrence. She relocated to Roslindale where Mario's family had a restaurant business. They retired to Plymouth and she relocated to Auburn Washington after his passing. She was preceded in death by her siblings Nicholas and Mary. She is survived by her brother-in-law Anthony Massimino of Hanover, her cousin Annalee Bell of Methuen, children Joseph and Betty Massimino, grand-children Joseph and Christina Massimino and Andrew ...
Boston Globe

Woolly Mammoth Tooth Found in N.H.

The fossil is the first confirmed evidences of the prehistoric mammal living in New Hampshire.
Boston Globe

Obituary: Doris T. Devlin

DEVLIN, Doris T. "Terri" In Plymouth, succumbed after a long battle with cancer on July 17th. She is survived by her loving husband James of Plymouth. Devoted and loving mother of Melissa Foley & her husband Jason of Pembroke, Theresa Baird of Marshfield, Paulie Devlin of Plymouth and Thomas Baird of Heaven. She was also the loving & devoted grandmother of Hailey & Brielle Foley of Pembroke. The daughter of Martha Hickey & the late Arthur Hickey of Pembroke. Sister to Billy Hickey of Savin Hill, MaryAnn Huber of Quincy & Betty Storm & her husband Adam of Vermont & life long friend Terry May of Duxbury, Doris is also survived by many loving nephews, nieces & family & friends. ...
Your Town

20 medical marijuana dispensary licenses awarded in Mass.

State health officials Friday released the names of companies that will receive the first 20 licenses to open medical marijuana dispensaries in Massachusetts.
Your Town

Photo gallery: Elizabeth Warren talks about flood insurance

US Senator Elizabeth Warren visited Marshfield on January 21 to discuss potential changes to flood-insurance regulations that have sharply raised premiums for many South Shore residents.
Your Town

Free rides after 8 p.m., extra service on MBTA for New Year's Eve

The MBTA said it will continue its annual tradition of offering free rides after 8 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, while boosting service on its subway and commuter rail lines to accommodate people traveling to celebrate First Night.
Your Town

Therese Murray says she will make her election plans known by April

Heading into the new year, Senate President Therese Murray is feeling no sense of urgency to make her future political plans public before April, the month nomination papers to run for office are due to local clerks.
Your Town

Transportation bill includes money for bike paths around the state

The transportation bond bill making its way through committees on Beacon Hill retains the walking and bicycling path spending at the same level the governor requested even as the overall spending authorized in the bill is significantly smaller.
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