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2012 Predictions130 viewsWhat does 2012 have in store for the TriTown?
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First Night Fireworks122 viewsDespite the rain, organizers continued with plans for fireworks at New Bedford's First Night on December 31, 2011. The fireworks are scheduled to take place over downtown and the harbor at 9:00 pm. Photo by Robert Chiarito.
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Flash Mob61 viewsMattapoisett native and Old Rochester Regional graduate Chad Michael Peters coordinated a "flash mob" on December 16. The mob of over 200 carolers, including many Tri-Town residents, convened at the Dartmouth Mall to surprise shoppers with a medley of three holiday classics: "Deck the Halls", "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells". Just as soon as the mob showed up, it dispersed. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Flash Mob64 viewsMattapoisett native and Old Rochester Regional graduate Chad Michael Peters coordinated a "flash mob" on December 16. The mob of over 200 carolers, including many Tri-Town residents, convened at the Dartmouth Mall to surprise shoppers with a medley of three holiday classics: "Deck the Halls", "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells". Just as soon as the mob showed up, it dispersed. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Flash Mob59 viewsMattapoisett native and Old Rochester Regional graduate Chad Michael Peters coordinated a "flash mob" on December 16. The mob of over 200 carolers, including many Tri-Town residents, convened at the Dartmouth Mall to surprise shoppers with a medley of three holiday classics: "Deck the Halls", "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells". Just as soon as the mob showed up, it dispersed. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Flash Mob53 viewsMattapoisett native and Old Rochester Regional graduate Chad Michael Peters coordinated a "flash mob" on December 16. The mob of over 200 carolers, including many Tri-Town residents, convened at the Dartmouth Mall to surprise shoppers with a medley of three holiday classics: "Deck the Halls", "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells". Just as soon as the mob showed up, it dispersed. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Flash Mob55 viewsMattapoisett native and Old Rochester Regional graduate Chad Michael Peters coordinated a "flash mob" on December 16. The mob of over 200 carolers, including many Tri-Town residents, convened at the Dartmouth Mall to surprise shoppers with a medley of three holiday classics: "Deck the Halls", "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells". Just as soon as the mob showed up, it dispersed. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Flash Mob58 viewsMattapoisett native and Old Rochester Regional graduate Chad Michael Peters coordinated a "flash mob" on December 16. The mob of over 200 carolers, including many Tri-Town residents, convened at the Dartmouth Mall to surprise shoppers with a medley of three holiday classics: "Deck the Halls", "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells". Just as soon as the mob showed up, it dispersed. Photo by Felix Perez.
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Eight Days Begin99 viewsHanukkah, the Festival of Lights, begins this evening at sundown. A Menorah at the Mattapoisett Town Hall recognizes the Jewish eight-day holiday. Photo by Anne Kakley.
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Quahogging with Dad115 views12-year-old Wyatt Major, a student at Old Rochester Regional Junior High School, recently enjoyed a quahogging trip with his father Bill Major and family pet Dally. Reader submitted photo by Bill Major.
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Corcordia Launches163 viewsMattapoisett resident Brian Kvilhaug will skipper the new fishing vessel, Concordia, which was launched in Fairhaven on Friday, December 2, 2011. The 95-foot, 199-ton steel scallop boat is the first built in the area in the past 50 years, and was built at D. N. Kelly’s shipyard in Fairhaven. The Concordia was christened by Allison Kvilhaug, daughter of the skipper. It replaces the original Concordia built in 1946. Photo by Tony Lopes.
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For the Troops63 viewsOn the far right, Mattapoisett resident Alicia Sullivan meets with volunteers in Newport, RI, last week, to send over 160 boxes of food and necessities to American troops stationed in Afghanistan. The goods were collected from municipal and business locations all over the Tri-Town. Photo courtesy of Alicia Sullivan.
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