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THREE BROTHERS, ONE FAMILY LEGACY: Sitting down with Eric Hanson

The true greatness of a legacy is born not in the merits of accomplishments, just like the title “Eagle Scout” does little to describe the road leading up to Eric Hanson’s extraordinary achievement. This year, Eric joined his brothers, Greg and Dave, to become the third Eagle Scout from the Hanson family. When 17-year-old Eric Hanson recently More...

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By Bradford Randall On Thursday, November 8th, 2012

Charles Taylor: Plymouth’s War Criminal

PLYMOUTH- A picturesque seaside village in New England is an unlikely place for a convicted war criminal to begin his career, but then again, it was an extenuating set of circumstances that brought Charles Taylor More...

By Bradford Randall On Friday, November 2nd, 2012

The Legacy Kingston Saved; Celebrating the long road to the Adams Heritage Center’s opening

Frederic C. Adams was a lucky man. Born into a family of commerce and wealth, Adams was lucky first with business. Running the local stockyard and slaughterhouse was equivalent to overseeing the operations of a More...

By Alfred T. Turner On Sunday, October 28th, 2012

The Birth of Graphoanalysis

The credit and honor of the invention of the American system of scientific handwriting analysis is given to the brilliant, enterprising initiative of Mr. Milton Newman Bunker who was born inKansasin 1892. Mr. Bunker More...

By Bradford Randall On Friday, June 22nd, 2012
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New England’s Date with Grace: Are we ready for the next big hurricane?

As the sun rose over Plymouth Colony on August 25, 1635, the Pilgrims saw total destruction. They saw their houses blown into bits, their personal possessions littering the fields around them. They saw the mightiest More...

By Judith Randall On Thursday, May 10th, 2012

Read a Recipe: A Trifle for Thanksgiving

A couple of weeks ago we were invited to dinner with a group of friends in Plymouth. The hostess was making a lamb dish and everyone had to sign up to bring something for the meal. I usually pick dessert because More...