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Obituary: Thomas W. White

WHITE, Thomas W. Passed peacefully on Monday, July 21, 2014. Beloved husband and best friend of Sandy White. Beloved son-in-law of Gloria Gurevich, brother-in-law of Larry Gurevich, Maryanne and Rachael. Brother of Paul White, sons Thomas, John, Kevin and daughter Bridgette. Former Marine Corp pilot and retired Deputy Superintendent of Metropolitan Police. He loved sailing, spending the holidays in warm climates and cruises. He was an avid reader. He loved all sports. Most of all he enjoyed being at home. He will be buried in a graveside private ceremony. Family and friends are invited to Gloria Gurvech's home on Thursday from 1:00 - 6:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations in Tommie's name may be made to Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, ...
South Shore Mamas

The Week Ahead: July 21-27

See what's happening all around the South Shore this week!
SouthField News

Cottage Homes in a Cozy New England Community.

The Cottages at Hollybrook offer charm and architecture reminiscent of New England’s past. Nestled amongst 1,000 acres of conservation land and recreational areas just 14 miles from Boston, this ideal location perfectly complements these quality-crafted cottage homes. Constructed by the South Shore-based IBG Development Corp., each cottage home embodies the company’s mission to build beautiful, […] The post Cottage Homes in a Cozy New England Community. appeared first on SouthField News.
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12 Bodies Found in Weymouth Storage Facility

"Multiple sets of adult remains" were found during the search, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office.
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Human Remains Found in Weymouth Storage Facility

"Multiple sets of adult remains" were found during the search, according to the Suffolk County District Attorney's office.
Boston Globe

Obituary: Lorraine A. Perrault

PERRAULT, Lorraine A. (Bond) Of Weymouth, died peacefully at Hancock Park in Quincy on July 16, 2014. Lorraine was born, raised, and educated in Fall River where she attended and graduated Dominican Academy. She and Albert D. Perrault married while he was in the Army during World War II and then they settled in S. Weymouth to raise a family. Lorraine worked as a teller at Baybank for 8 years and as a realtor for Jack Conway Realty for 10 years. One of her greatest accomplishments occurred in 1991 when at age seventy she received her Bachelor's degree in English Literature from Bridgewater State College, graduating magna cum laude. Lorraine loved reading, was very interested in politics, spoke French fluently ...
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Obituary: Mary Anne Geyer

GEYER, Mary Anne (Cook) Of Weymouth, died July 15, 2014. Mary Anne had a passion for cooking and gardening. She devoted her life to her family. Beloved wife of 51 years to George Geyer of Weymouth. Loving mother of Anne Geyer and Kathleen Stewart, both of Weymouth. Sister of David Cook and Stephen Cook, both of CA, and Donna Marsh and her husband, Bill, of Pembroke. Grandmother of Corey Legere and Christine Stewart. Great grandmother of Corey J. Legere Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Services and burial will be private. Arrangements by McDonald-Keohane Funeral Home, WEYMOUTH. See www.Keohane.com for online condolences or call 781-335-0045.
South Shore Mamas

Rainy Day Activities for Kids

Rainy day activities you can do right now in your house. Save your sanity!
New England Wildlife Center

In-House Bloodwork Basics

An animal’s blood contains an incredible amount of information if you know how to look. You can find signs of infection, or signs of an infection that occurred in the past. You can discover whether an animal has had enough to eat, if it is missing a specific type of vitamin or mineral, or if it has had too much of the same. These are among the vast array of conditions that can be effectively diagnosed by examining an animals blood. Most of the more complicated tests are very expensive and require specialized machinery and testing supplies. In order to make the process more efficient, most veterinarians send out their blood samples to a lab that specializes in these tests ...
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Obituary: Richard Goggin

GOGGIN, Richard Age 87, of Weymouth, passed away at the Royal Cape Cod Nursing Home in Buzzards Bay on Tuesday, July 8, 2014. He is the husband of the Late Florence M. (Stone) Goggin and is survived by his children, Richard E. Goggin and his wife Donna of Stoughton, Mark T. Goggin of Oakland, ME and Joan M. Goggin of Sandwich, his grandchildren, Bryan P. Goggin of Boston, Andrea Reardon of Quincy, Andrew R. Goggin of Oviedo, FL and Matthew Goggin of Fairfield, ME, and his sister, Sister James Peter Goggin of Tampa, FL. Richard also leaves 5 great grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Dick was born in Braintree and moved to Dorchester for a few years before living ...
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Thirsty Deer Breaks Into Weymouth Liquor Store

Deer hoofs it through packie aisles in daring daylight smash-and-grab attempt.
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Obituary: Isobell J. Sallaway

Sallaway, Isobell J. (King) Died June 26, 2014, wife of Edward J. Sallaway. Survived by Philip Sallaway, Sally Gould, Charles Sallaway, Scott Sallaway, Nancy Martus and 14 grandchildren. She loved reading, watching TV, painting and braiding rugs. Retired from real estate. Family to have a gathering at the house, 36 Frank Road from 1-3 pm August 9, 2014.
New England Wildlife Center

Raccoon Painting

              Here you can see a video of our raccoon painting enrichment. They dip their hands in the paint and walk around on the paper we have laid down. We make the paint personally, it’s a mixture of edible food dye, flour, and water, so it is completely safe for the animals to handle. Raccoons are very intelligent with an excellent sense of touch. We make sure our raccoons get novel items and phenomena to explore and investigate as much as possible. Activities like this help them develop their touch sense as well as helping them exercise their minds. We give them regular enrichment to help them learn to effectively explore their surroundings.
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