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Quincy MA
Editor, Marshfield Mariner and Scituate Mariner

On my fourth cup of coffee to bring you news - and some musings - from the South Shore

Two hurt after propane tank launches from Marshfield business

marshfield.wickedlocal.com — A propane tank took off "like a rocket" from the Williams Energy lot and landed with a thud on the opposite side of Route 139 this afternoon, Marshfield Police Chief Phil Tavares said. The eruption left two people injured, though it wasn't immediately clear how severely.

Children in Crossfire founder talks forgiveness at Furnace Brook

marshfield.wickedlocal.com — Richard Moore asked the eighth-graders who filled the auditorium at Furnace Brook Middle School to close their eyes. After counting to three, the guest speaker asked the students to open their eyes again and told them in that short time, a child in the world died.

Synthetic turf fields raise concerns in Marshfield

Marshfield police seek answers after morning school threat

marshfield.wickedlocal.com — Class started on time at Marshfield High School this morning despite a threat of violence that forced a dozen police to sweep the building. A student reported to school officials last night that there was a threatening message scribbled on a bathroom wall, Marshfield Police Chief Phil Tavares said.

South Shore officials call for law for safer boating

marshfield.wickedlocal.com — Jim Meehan wanted his kids to take the Marshfield harbormaster's boating safety course so they could take a trip out on the water without him.Then something happened he didn't expect.

Rams thank their community with We Are Marshfield Project

marshfield.wickedlocal.com — It was a day normally reserved for sitting in a classroom or passing between hallways.But instead, last Friday, Marshfield High School seniors were pulled from their comfort zone for one last lesson they can carry with them long after graduation-a lesson in giving back to the community that raised them."It's teaching us to simplify our issues and be thankful for the little things.

Marshfield seeks answers after vandals break snow fence, burn trees at Rexhame Beach

marshfield.wickedlocal.com — Hours after local students finished their volunteer day helping to repair old and install new snow fencing at Rexhame Beach, vandals destroyed a bulk of their work.Beach Supervisor Cindy Castro found about 400 feet of fencing broken and about 25 evergreen trees burnt on Saturday morning.

Local hot spots earn praise

marshfield.wickedlocal.com — A playground, an art class, and a clothing shop are among a list of Marshfield locations deemed best when it comes to family friendly fun on the South Shore. The 2015 Macaroni Kid South Shore Boston Gold Daisy Awards included several Marshfield hot spots on its best list for its second year.

Marshfield landmark Arthur and Pat's closes as owners look to sell

m.marshfield.wickedlocal.com — Arthur and Pat's, a Brant Rock landmark, will not re-open this spring for the first time in 37 years.Owners De and Art D'Allessandro had planned to open the Ocean Street restaurant the weekend of April 18, but recently decided against it.Instead, they are looking to sell the red building and two surrounding properties they own, a vacant lot and the building containing Shore Things retail store and The Latest Scoop ice cream shop."I believe our greatest loss is the customer base we

Marshfield landmark Arthur and Pat's closes as owners look to sell

marshfield.wickedlocal.com — Arthur and Pat's, a Brant Rock landmark, will not re-open this spring for the first time in 37 years.Owners De and Art D'Allessandro had planned to open the Ocean Street restaurant the weekend of April 18, but recently decided against it.Instead, they are looking to sell the red building and two surrounding properties they own, a vacant lot and the building containing Shore Things retail store and The Latest Scoop ice cream shop."I believe our greatest loss is the customer base we
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May 23, 2015

RT @QuincyMkgWaves: As a result, the experts said FEMA likely over-predicted flooding for much of the state. bit.ly/1empaEs @StopFemaNow

May 23, 2015

I was fortunate to hear the Children in Crossfire founder's talk on forgiveness was powerful shar.es/1rEX5X via @marshfieldpaper

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