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Plymouth's Haunted Pram

By Thomas D'Agostino
www.tomdagostino.com

The Trask Museum at 35 North Street in Plymouth, Massachusetts, became one of the most haunted buildings in the area, but not for its long-tenanted ghosts. The 1829 structure acquired a most curious artifact that soon proved to be haunted: an ancient perambulator, more affectionately known as a pram.

Former curator and director Ric Cone... Read More

Inspirational speaker, Chad Hymas, leaves his indelible mark on Webster

By Janet Stoica

Veni, Vidi, Vici.  He came, he saw, he conquered.  Julius Caesar’s words aptly describe the many inspirational presentations given by Mr. Chad Hymas—not only to the Webster school teachers during their jump-start session at the beginning of the school year,  but also to the students of Bartlett High, Webster Middle, and the fourth grade of the Park Avenue Elementary... Read More

Dudley Fire Station Dedication brings out crowd

By Janet Stoica

Saturday, October 19 was picture perfect for the dedication of the newly-expanded, ADA-compliant Dudley Fire Station.  Emcee Doc Siddall, afternoon radio host of Lake 940, led the program, and an enthusiastic crowd of approximately 100 well-wishers enjoyed refreshments, the beautiful sunny morning with temps in the 50s –while touring the new fire station’s  addition and renovations.

Fire Chief Dean Kochanowski... Read More

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