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Rochester Historical Society 4 viewsThe Rochester Historical Society gave a preview of their photographic installation on Rochester's farming history and culture through the centuries. The exhibit opens September 30 at the Historical Society Museum located at 355 County Road in the old East Rochester Church. Photos by Marilou NewellSep 21, 2017
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Rochester Historical Society 3 viewsThe Rochester Historical Society gave a preview of their photographic installation on Rochester's farming history and culture through the centuries. The exhibit opens September 30 at the Historical Society Museum located at 355 County Road in the old East Rochester Church. Photos by Marilou NewellSep 21, 2017
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Old Colony Regional Vocational 3 views (Left to Right): Old Colony Regional Vocational Technical High School students; Crystal Andrade, Cafeteria Manager; Jocelyn Abaray, Physical Education; Eugene Busa, Physical Education; Karen Guenette, Principal; and Hilary Walentuk, Registered Dietitian New England Dairy & Food Council pose with a grant check presented by the New England Dairy & Food CouncilSep 21, 2017
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Mattapoisett Fire Department17 viewsOn Sunday, firefighters completed a 110-floor stair climb in full structural firefighting gear in Portland, Maine in honor of the 343 FDNY firefighters killed on 9/11. The climb was sponsored by the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and each climber was assigned a fallen FDNY firefighters accountability tag with their name and picture, which made the climb that much more important to everyone involved. Sep 21, 2017
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Old Rochester Youth Football4 viewsIt was a great day for all of the Bulldog divisions in the home opener for Old Rochester Youth Football vs. East Bay on Sunday. Tiny Mites won 18-12, junior pee wees 31-7, pee wees 28-6 and JV 14-6. Photos courtesy of ORYF. Sep 21, 2017
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Old Rochester Youth Football7 viewsIt was a great day for all of the Bulldog divisions in the home opener for Old Rochester Youth Football vs. East Bay on Sunday. Tiny Mites won 18-12, junior pee wees 31-7, pee wees 28-6 and JV 14-6. Photos courtesy of ORYF. Sep 21, 2017
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Old Rochester Youth Football4 viewsIt was a great day for all of the Bulldog divisions in the home opener for Old Rochester Youth Football vs. East Bay on Sunday. Tiny Mites won 18-12, junior pee wees 31-7, pee wees 28-6 and JV 14-6. Photos courtesy of ORYF. Sep 21, 2017
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Old Rochester Youth Football6 viewsIt was a great day for all of the Bulldog divisions in the home opener for Old Rochester Youth Football vs. East Bay on Sunday. Tiny Mites won 18-12, junior pee wees 31-7, pee wees 28-6 and JV 14-6. Photos courtesy of ORYF. Sep 21, 2017
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Old Rochester Youth Football5 viewsIt was a great day for all of the Bulldog divisions in the home opener for Old Rochester Youth Football vs. East Bay on Sunday. Tiny Mites won 18-12, junior pee wees 31-7, pee wees 28-6 and JV 14-6. Photos courtesy of ORYF. Sep 21, 2017
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The Can-Do Couple 5 viewsMarion and Bob Faelten have been canning together for 50 years, ‘preserving’ the good life and enjoying every step of the twelve-month tango they dance from early spring when they sow their seeds to fall when they enjoy their homemade jellies, pickles, canned tomatoes, and homemade liqueurs. Photos by Jean PerrySep 21, 2017
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The Can-Do Couple 8 viewsMarion and Bob Faelten have been canning together for 50 years, ‘preserving’ the good life and enjoying every step of the twelve-month tango they dance from early spring when they sow their seeds to fall when they enjoy their homemade jellies, pickles, canned tomatoes, and homemade liqueurs. Photos by Jean PerrySep 21, 2017
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The Can-Do Couple 4 viewsMarion and Bob Faelten have been canning together for 50 years, ‘preserving’ the good life and enjoying every step of the twelve-month tango they dance from early spring when they sow their seeds to fall when they enjoy their homemade jellies, pickles, canned tomatoes, and homemade liqueurs. Photos by Jean PerrySep 21, 2017
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