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Hop, skip & jump to TLGV’s ʽWalktober’


By Rod Lee

There may be no better place in America than the 1,100 square miles of “irreplaceable historic natural resources”—the appropriately named “The Last Green Valley” of southcentral Massachusetts and eastern Connecticut—for an event like “Walktober.”

Talk to Marcy B. Dawley and Scott Benoit and you will certainly get the impression that they are of that mindset.

Ms. Dawley is project administrator and lead... Read More

The Seguin Light

By Thomas D’Agostino

I would like to present one more lighthouse ghost story before moving on to a new subject. This is one that will be appearing in a forthcoming book. It is one of my favorite little stories as it mixes music with a haunting. This is the account of the second oldest light in Maine, the Seguin (SEE-guin, also pronounced se-GUIN) Light.

George... Read More

Pizza Post: Oxford’s popular eatery changes hands

Bob Leveillee prepares for a new venture

By Becky Harvey

Though you may not see a new structure or a change in menu, there is a big change at a local pizza shop in Oxford. For the past thirteen years, Pizza Post, on Main Street, has been one of the popular places to hit for a tasty bite to eat.  Founding owner Bob Leveillee opened the restaurant at its original site in the old post office in 2003. Seven years later, he pulled up stakes and moved the business across the street... Read More

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