Plymouth Police "Mounted Unit" is Disbanding: Where Will The Horses Go?
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. (PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS) On Sunday, March 19th, the Plymouth Police Department announced that due to a number of reasons, they would be disbanding the Mounted Unit.
Best Ice Cream on the South Shore | 6 Places to Get a Cone
The South Shore of Massachusetts is known for its beautiful beaches, historic towns, and delicious seafood. But did you know that it’s also home to some of the best ice cream around? Whether you’re looking for classic flavors or unique creations, there’s an ice cream parlor on the South Shore that will satisfy your sweet tooth.
Marshfield Announces 20 Vacancies in Town Government
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. (MARSHFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS) From maintaining roads and infrastructure to providing public safety services and managing parks and recreational facilities, local town governments play a critical role in maintaining and improving the quality of life for residents.
All Boston Red Sox Team from 1965 Forward, Position Players
In putting together this team, it was quickly obvious that the Red Sox have had more than their share of great ballplayers. I listened to Hawk Harrelson rave about Carl Yastrzemski for years. Hawk made Yaz sound like an almost mythical character. Well, he wasn’t mythical but he was truly great. He’d be the captain of this team.
Marshfield Comes Together for "America's Most Irish Road Race"
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. (MARSHFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS) The 2023 Marshfield St. Patrick's Day 5K took place yesterday, Saturday, March 18th, and it did not disappoint! The festive atmosphere was contagious, with many runners and spectators dressed in their best green attire. The race's route was lined with cheering supporters of all ages, who came out to celebrate the annual local tradition.
Coffee-Loving Police Horse is Retiring
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. (PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS) Back in June of 2022, the Plymouth Police Department shared a photo that went viral. The picture, taken from the inside of the local Marylou's Coffee, shows Tobias the horse, who is a member of the 'Mounted Unit', grabbing a quick look at his coffee. The caption read:
A Weekend in Boston | Where to Go, What to See, Where to Stay
This post may contain affiliate links which means I receive a small commission at no cost to you when you make a purchase. Make the most of a weekend in Boston. You don’t want to miss out on some must-see places, so use this guide to plan your trip.
Skate & Help Local Students Build a Greenhouse
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. (PLYMOUTH COUNTY, MASSACHUSETTS) Grab your skates and come out to support a great cause! JEM Learning, a local homeschool co-op, is hosting a family fun night that you won’t want to miss.
Follow the South Shore Trail | 9 Breweries to Visit
Follow Boston to the Cape as we travel the South Shore in search of places we can visit with our pets. Craft breweries are popping up all along the South Shore, from the first – Mayflower Brewing in Plymouth to the latest one in Hingham, which is actually the second location for Scituate’s Untold Brewing.
New Day For Kingston’s Weekly Food Truck Night
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. The South Shore Food Truck Association made an exciting announcement on Thursday, March 16th. The news, which was announced on Facebook, explained that weekly Kingston Food Truck Night would be returning to the Hilltop Athletic Association in Kingston for a second year in a row. But this year, the weekly foodie celebration will be returning for the 2023 season on a new day of the week!
Connectivity, Innovation, and Inclusion: An Overview of Project Boston-Wide.
In this article, we take a closer look at Project Boston-Wide and how it uses connectivity, innovation, and inclusion to positively impact the lives of Bostonians. We explore how they use technology to connect people to resources and create new opportunities for economic development. We will also discuss how the Boston Scope project can create a more just and inclusive cityscape. Through this project, we can see how access to the digital world can improve the quality of life for citizens of all backgrounds and abilities. Finally, we will discuss how the impact of this project extends far beyond the city of Boston. By creating a fairer cityscape and providing people with the resources they need, the Boston-scale project is a great example of how technology can be used to create a better society.
To Hull and Back: Favorite Things to Do in This Fun Beach Town!
Situated on a long peninsula that juts out into Massachusetts Bay, Hull is a picturesque coastal town with a rich history and a thriving community, offering stunning Nantasket Beach, the Paragon Carousel, seafood restaurants and a thriving arts and culture scene.
Don't Miss Scituate's St. Paddy's Day Parade Happening on Sunday!
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. The seaside town of Scituate, located on the South Shore of Massachusetts, is celebrating St. Patrick's Day with their annual parade, this year happening two days after the holiday, on Sunday, March 19th.
From Beaches to Oysters | Things to do in Duxbury Mass
Duxbury, MA is located about 30 miles south of Boston. It’s an upscale town with stunning beaches and thriving oyster farms. Duxbury is one of those beautiful little old New England towns that folks zoom right by as they are driving on the highway to get to Cape Cod. In 1637, Duxbury was one of the first communities to be founded by the early English settlers in Plymouth Colony. Duxbury was a major shipbuilding and commerce center back in the day during the 17th and 18th centuries. Some residents worked in coastal trade and fishing industry.
Is the KETO Craze Putting Your Heart at Risk? Doctor Weighs In on Latest Research Findings from Boston
The big picture:Dr. Puja Uppalsays "Many people are surprised to learn that a KETO diet can be dangerous." In the news:New research is showing that low-carbohydrate, high-fat diets (LCHF), similar to ketogenic (KETO) diets, maydramatically increasethe risk of cardiovascular events in some people.
This Week in History: Boston Was First to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. Boston has a long and proud history of celebrating St. Patrick's Day. In fact, Bostonians were the first to celebrate the holiday in North America. The tradition dates back to March 17, 1737, when the city's Irish community came together to honor their homeland and the Patron Saint of Ireland. The celebration was a gesture of solidarity among the city's new Irish immigrants.
Get Your Hands Dirty & Heart Happy at Annual Plymouth Event
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. (PLYMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS) Get ready for a day of hard work and fun at the Plimoth Patuxet Museums! The museum has announced that its annual Museum Clean Up Day will be held on March 18, 2023. You're invited to join the staff as they tackle everything from raking to painting to exhibit set-up and much more.
Massachusetts sees dramatic uptick in white nationalist and neo-nazi incidents
BOSTON, MA. - Last year, white supremacist propaganda incidents in the United States reached an all-time high, with a dramatic increase in New England. In Massachusetts alone, there were 465 recorded incidents of white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups publicly displaying hate speech, gathering, and marching.
Check Out Wareham's Newest Restaurant!
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. (WAREHAM, MASSACHUSETTS) Calling all foodies and coffee lovers! Wednesday, March 15th, was a big day for the small restaurant chain Cape Cod Coffee, as they held the grand opening of their third location.
Marshfield High School's Football Field Could Get New Look
If you enjoy this article, be sure to click "follow" to be one of the first to know when I publish. (MARSHFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS) Marshfield High School's football field may look a little different in the future! This is because the "TD Club" has announced they are currently raising funds to construct and install a video board located at the Marshfield High School on the James G. Anderson Field.
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