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Marijuana, slots, schools, & chickens

Nov 08 , 2016 0 Comment blog
ivoted

Today is the day when we vote for the next president. All we have heard for the past year and a half is Trump or Clinton. No one spends any real time talking about the ballot questions that will actually affect us. We've all seen the commercial spots that are for and against all of […]

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Looking for a new hobby? Take a class!

Oct 27 , 2016 0 Comment blog
cook

A new study shows that people over 50, who engage in new activities, are less likely to develop dimentia and could live an average of 1.3 years longer. In other words, ditch the vitamins and get a pottery wheel! I think this is a fabulous idea and I know all of us have tons of […]

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You’ve gone apple picking – now what?

Oct 13 , 2016 0 Comment blog
apples

Apple picking around here is an annual mandatory requirement for those of us in the southcoast. Once October hits, we all head out into the orchards and pick us a ton of applies, snap family photo's, and take our bounty home. Okay, but then what? If you are trooping a family out to the orchard, […]

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Things to do this October!

Oct 04 , 2016 0 Comment blog
maze

This is by far and away the best reason to live in New England. I'm talking about Fall people! The pumpkins, the harvest, the falling leaves, picking apples, the smell of burning in the air, corn mazes and haunted houses, and of course Halloween! I could go on and on and so could you figuring […]

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So who won the debate?

Sep 28 , 2016 0 Comment blog
debate

WOW, what a show. That is really what it should be called, an entertaining show, not a debate. All night long both candidates skirted around questions and answered few with any real reply. Plenty of insults and self propagation was to be heard. Trump was most entertaining though with his eye rolling, facial expressions, and […]

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Let’s get ready for FALL !

Sep 20 , 2016 0 Comment blog
gutters

The weather is really starting to turn, pools are being closed, school is back in session, and folks are starting to think hibernation. Living in the North means always having to prepare for a new season and Fall is no exception. While it is still mild, there is some maintenance that needs to be done. […]

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Are you ready for some football?

Sep 13 , 2016 0 Comment blog
New England Patriots quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) leaves the field after an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals, Sunday, Sept. 11, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. The Patriots won 23-21. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)

Football season is officially underway! With one game down in the books as a 23-21 victory over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday night, it is sure to be a great season. What a win it was too. Who would have thought we could be that successful without Gronk or Brady? But successful we were and […]

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Impact of the current drought

Sep 07 , 2016 0 Comment blog
drought

The drought that is affecting this area is awful for many reasons. Crops, Jobs, etc.. Have you seen the Assonet River Dam lately? But did you know that it will also affect our foliage turning? It's true. All those vibrant colors of fall we all look forward to could be much duller this year due […]

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What is happening to all the big box stores?

Aug 29 , 2016 0 Comment blog
bigbox

It seems every time you read the news another chain of stores is closing a bunch of stores. What is going on with all of the retail stores? Is this a sign of the next housing bubble? Everywhere you look there are empty storefronts. Some have been empty for years. Perhaps brick and mortar stores […]

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Social Security benefits will decrease for many…

Aug 23 , 2016 0 Comment blog
SocialSecurity

If you are in retirement, receiving Social Security benefits, and are enrolled in Medicare you may want to read on. The latest Medicare Board of Trustees released a new report this month stating that most people may see a decrease in their benefits. The report states that the board is calling for a huge increase […]

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