Monthly Archives: February 2018

Documentary, discussion to recall St. Augustine

By Amelia Tarallo Hometown Weekly Special Correspondent For many of us in Massachusetts, St. Augustine is just another pin on the map - another tourist destination in sunny Florida. Just a few decades ago, though, St. Augustine was the site of the bloodiest civil rights campaign. The campaign is the subject of the documentary “Passage at St. Augustine:...
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Garden Study Group celebrates 65 years

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The Wellesley Garden Study Group celebrated their 65th anniversary with a festive holiday luncheon party. It was a wonderful occasion to honor some of the original charter members - Ms. Polly Gardener and Ms. Libby Bachman were the honored guests representing the original charter members. Both ladies have contributed creatively to the club’s...
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The legacy of Walpole’s Old Town Hall

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By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter While it is now home to over 25 thousand people, in 1881, Walpole’s population hovered around two thousand. In that very year, the town spent a grand total of $29,322.65 to build what is one of Walpole’s most beloved buildings: Old Town Hall. On February 21, the Walpole Public...
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