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2016 Halloween Cover Contest18 views2016 Halloween Cover Contest entry by Elizabeth Arruda
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2016 Halloween Cover Contest18 views2016 Halloween Cover Contest entry by Elizabeth Lestage
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2016 Halloween Cover Contest18 views2016 Halloween Cover Contest entry by Daniel Peirce
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2016 Halloween Cover Contest20 views2016 Halloween Cover Contest entry by Cynthia Macallister
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2016 Halloween Cover Contest20 views2016 Halloween Cover Contest entry by Bobby Flynn
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2016 Halloween Cover Contest19 views2016 Halloween Cover Contest entry by Alexandra Macallister
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2016 Halloween Cover Contest17 views2016 Halloween Cover Contest entry by Alec Papadakis
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Witch Rock46 viewsThe writing on Rochester’s famous “Witch Rock” has received a fresh coat of paint just in time for the Halloween season. The legend of the great rock, located on private property at the corner of New Bedford Road and Vaughan Hill Road, speaks of a witch hanging at the site, and the native Indians are said to have believed that the spirit of a witch dwells inside the rock and one could hear her cackle and scream on nights of the full moon. Photo by Jean Perry - October 13, 2016 edition
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Mattapoisett Firefighters Association Chowder Competition41 viewsAt the Mattapoisett Firefighters Association Chowder Competition on Sunday, descendants of the late retired Mattapoisett Fire Chief Donald “Woody” Wood posed together for a photo near an engine Wood operated during his career. Wood’s two daughters, Susan McMahon and Betsy Wood Jackson, along with four granddaughters, a grandson, and three great-granddaughters remembered Wood, with McMahon saying as she gestured to her family, “He’s the reason for all of ‘this’.” Wood passed away just this past May.
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Monarch Caterpillar 45 viewsA monarch caterpillar devours a milkweed leaf in a small Mattapoisett meadow. Having probably been the last of the four generations of monarchs born since the start of the spring migration back to Mattapoisett (monarchs only enjoy a butterfly existence for two to six weeks), this caterpillar will undergo metamorphosis and likely be one of those that will soon head south to Mexico, flying two miles high in the sky. Photo by Jean Perry. September 15, 2016 edition
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Cairns48 viewsCairns have started cropping up again along the beach at the Nasketucket Bay State Reservation. The stacks of balanced rocks stand in and along the water’s edge, leaving behind the message to all others who pass, “I was here.” Photo by Jean Perry
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Wanderer Aardvark46 viewsThe Wanderer Aardvark is out and about in anticipation of the weekend Harbor Days events at Shipyard Park in Mattapoisett. On Saturday, he was seen hanging out with another famous Mattapoisett resident, Salty the Seahorse. This year, The Wanderer will have its own booth at Harbor Days, with intermittent appearances by the Aardvark himself. Photo by Jean Perry July 14, 2016
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