Manomet Current

PATRIOT LEDGER: Petitions press for better security at Pilgrim nuclear plant

What terrorist group would target a mall when it could go after a nuclear power plant that operates in historic Plymouth, America’s hometown, a mere 35 miles from major metropolitan areas like Boston and Providence? Read more at PatriotLedger.com. The post PATRIOT LEDGER: Petitions press for better security at Pilgrim nuclear plant appeared first on The Manomet Current.
Manomet Current

Community Preservation Committee thinks foundation can’t finish Simes House job

The Community Preservation Committee wants the Simes House back. In a letter to the Simes House Foundation Board of Directors, the CPC asks them to return the property to the town, stating the board has failed to meet the condition of the town meeting article that approved the project. Town meeting approved spending .5 million […] The post Community Preservation Committee thinks foundation can’t finish Simes House job appeared first on The Manomet Current.
Manomet Current

Jill Korkutis is this week’s PSHS Female Athlete of the Week

Jill Korkutis was named the Plymouth South High School Female Athlete of the Week. She qualified for All-State in the shot put, placing 6th in division 2 with a throw of 32’10” and was 23rd overall with a throw of 31’6″. The post Jill Korkutis is this week’s PSHS Female Athlete of the Week appeared first on The Manomet Current.
South Shore Mama

St. Patrick’ Day Parades & Family Events on the South Shore

Find St. Patrick's Day parades and family friendly events on the South Shore!
South Shore Mama

How to Create a DIY Indoor Studio in Your Home

Ladybug Photography is showing us how to make good use of our plentiful indoor time by capturing photographs of your kiddos using your camera’s manual mode by creating a DIY Indoor Studio!
Amy DeFeo

The Perfect Open House

An Open House can be an integral part of selling a home. Not every home is a candidate for an Open House due to factors like market conditions, location or condition. If you are planning an Open House there are some helpful hints to ensure you have the most successful Open House on the [...]
South Shore Mama

Surviving Snow Days

7 feet of snow in less than 30 days.  If you haven’t lost your mind yet with all of these snow days, you’re probably getting close.  With kids stuck inside due to blizzard conditions and frigid temps, cabin fever can set in seriously fast, so today’s post is all about surviving snow days with indoor […]
Amy DeFeo

All Natural Wood Stains

Are you are looking to bring new life to old furniture or complete a do-it-yourself project? If so, you are probably thinking of heading to the big box store for some commercial stain. Many of these products are expensive and contain synthetic chemicals and pesticides. Their smell and toxic fumes may also deter you. [...]
Amy DeFeo

Top 6 Mortgage Mistakes

The first step in home buying is getting a mortgage. Many home owners also find themselves in a maze when they start the refinance process. Navigating the mortgage process can be confusing. There is so much to know between rates, types of mortgages and payment schedules. Avoiding making a mistake in the mortgage process [...]
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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