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Heat wave to continue into weekend; stormy forecast

TAUNTON- A heat wave bringing triple-digit temperatures to the Northeast is expected to worsen in Southern New England, on Thursday and Friday, before subsiding this weekend. The National Weather Service (NWS) in Taunton is predicting temperatures to top out at 94 degrees in Kingston for both tomorrow and Friday. Some locations in New England might More...

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By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, July 9th, 2013

RED TOWNS, BLUE STATE: South Shore communities rank as most right-leaning in MA

Where does your town stack up among Massachusetts’ most partisan communities? The reality might just surprise you… In this municipal map of Massachusetts, darker colors represent towns with a strong More...

By Bradford Randall On Monday, July 8th, 2013

ONE EYE ON THE TROPICS: Watching Tropical Storm Chantal

MIAMI- Tropical Storm Chantal has become the third named storm of the 2013 Atlantic Hurricane Season and could threaten Hispanola by Wednesday afternoon before tracking north-northeast towards Eastern Cuba and More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

West Nile Virus found in Whitman, locals urged to take precautions

WHITMAN- “Mosquito season” gets off to an early start this year with the discovery of West Nile Virus in Whitman over the weekend, prompting state officials to warn the public about taking proper mosquito More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

Less than ten Duxbury residents return beach stickers

DUXBURY- Over 80 people have taken up Town Manager Rene Read’s (pictured) offer for a full refund on their Town of Duxbury beach stickers, with the vast majority of refund-seeking customers coming from beyond More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, June 18th, 2013

DIRTY WIND: New Ruiz “editorial” suggests wind-turbine critics are Tea Party affiliated

KINGSTON- “The attack on clean energy has taken on the characteristics of a classic propaganda campaign, based on fear and innuendo, and bullying tactics against clean energy developers and their supporters,” More...

By Michaela Abbott On Wednesday, June 12th, 2013

THE COMPLETE STORY: Duxbury officials announce solution for beach-closure outrage

DUXBURY- As first reported in the Journal last night, Duxbury town officials have come up with an unprecedented solution to outrage surrounding the recent closure of Duxbury Beach. A  Duxbury selectmen’s meeting More...

By Bradford Randall On Monday, June 10th, 2013

Duxbury officials offer full refunds on beach stickers

DUXBURY- Town officials in Duxbury have decided to offer full refunds on beach stickers to any resident or non-resident who purchased a sticker prior to June 3 as a solution to the crisis surrounding the temporary More...

By Bradford Randall On Saturday, June 8th, 2013

REPORT: No mixed race students at Silver Lake, local schools among least diverse in state

KINGSTON- Among 363 public high schools in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Kingston-based Silver Lake Regional High School (SLRHS) ranks second to last, ahead of only Manchester-Essex Regional High School, More...

By Michaela Abbott On Wednesday, June 5th, 2013

PLOVER PROBLEM: Duxbury officials call town meeting to address beach-closure outrage

DUXBURY- On Wednesday afternoon Duxbury-resident Bruce Fenton, along with residents of Duxbury and surrounding towns, stood on the steps of Duxbury Town Hall to deliver a letter to Town Manager Rene Read. The letter More...