The Wanderer Photo Gallery

Email your photos to support@wanderer.com


SaltyHoliday_2002.jpg
A Salty Holiday31 viewsSalty get's his holiday hat placed by Corey Silva of Brownell Systems. Photo by Paul Lopes
SaltyHoliday_2000.jpg
A Salty Holiday41 viewsSalty get's his holiday hat placed by Corey Silva of Brownell Systems. Photo by Paul Lopes December 12, 2013 edition
SaltyHoliday_1997.jpg
A Salty Holiday30 viewsSalty get's his holiday hat placed by Corey Silva of Brownell Systems. Photo by Paul Lopes
SaltyHoliday_1996.jpg
A Salty Holiday29 viewsSalty get's his holiday hat placed by Corey Silva of Brownell Systems. Photo by Paul Lopes
SaltyHoliday_1993.jpg
A Salty Holiday31 viewsSalty get's his holiday hat placed by Corey Silva of Brownell Systems. Photo by Paul Lopes
SaltyHoliday_1990.jpg
A Salty Holiday39 viewsSalty get's his holiday hat placed by Corey Silva of Brownell Systems. Photo by Paul Lopes
SaltyHoliday_1989.jpg
A Salty Holiday36 viewsSalty get's his holiday hat placed by Corey Silva of Brownell Systems. Photo by Paul Lopes
SaltyHoliday_1985.jpg
A Salty Holiday32 viewsSalty get's his holiday hat placed by Corey Silva of Brownell Systems. Photo by Paul Lopes
SaltyHoliday_1982.jpg
A Salty Holiday30 views
horsestorypic.jpg
Hands and Hooves32 viewsJulie Craig of Mattapoisett, who founded the nonprofit Helping Hands and Hooves, lost her beloved Copper recently, but will continue her work pairing horses with special needs adults. Photo by Marilou Newell.
mattvets2.jpg
Veteran's Day 201332 viewsThe Tri-Town honored veterans on Monday with moving programs. In Marion, the parade included Cub Scout Pack 32, Master of Ceremonies Joe Napoli, and the Sippican School Band. In Mattpoisett, Daniel Mazzuca gave a speech that focused on what our country can do for veterans in need of jobs, housing, and mental health services. The Old Hammondtown School band and chorus provided strong performances. Photos by Joan Hartnet-Barry & Shawn Badgley.
wandererlecture1.jpg
Wanderer Lecture37 viewsRecently retired Seth Mendell delivered his last lecture for a while at the Mattapoisett Historical Society last Thursday night. The presentation was a riveting tale of the construction and subsequent journeys of the last whale ship built in Mattapoisett and this newspaper’s namesake, the bark Wanderer. Mendell recounted the yellow pine and live oak, the charismatic caulkers and other builders, and the fact that the Wanderer found its greatest successes in the early 1900s before its demise at Cuttyhunk. Pho
4548 files on 379 page(s) 155