Easily missed without signage and part of a business-heavy portion of New Driftway is a trail perfect for a quick afternoon break. With a brisk pace, this unassuming path can be completed in no more than 10 minutes, and it ends nothing like it begins.There's a small parking lot just beyond the Dunkin Donuts where trail-seekers can leave their cars or lock their bicycle.
Ashley knew she needed help with her addiction, but lived in fear of asking for it.She worried she could have lost her daughter, her job and her life if she went into treatment.Then drugs started taking those things away anyway.So Ashley (which is not her real name) did the only thing she thought she could.
There are a few options to travel off the beaten path at the North River Wildlife Sanctuary, one of Mass Audubon's South Shore Sanctuaries.Park in the main lot and choose your path: left for the River Loop, right for the Woodland Loop.Each offers more than the signs suggest.The Woodland Loop offers trails that sneak through quiet woods, forking along the way to offer treks of different lengths.
Doug MacFarland runs the table for Highlands Pasture Farm, owned by Brian Grosse, who lives in Marshfield and has a farm in Maine.What do you do/offer/sell?The business sells chemical-free and hormone-free meat. Some farmers give their cattle grain to fatten them up, but it causes problems. Grosse feeds them only grass, raises them in the pasture.
The Scituate Garden Club threw itself a birthday party the only way it knew how - with a room full of flowers and people who loved them.Rows of tables set up inside Saint Mary of The Nativity Parish Center were adorned with bouquets, colored vases with a single stem, and carefully planned arrangements on Sept.
It was clear every time I drove across the Sgt. Michael J. Kelley Bridge-there's a lot to love about Scituate.It's a town rich with traditions and gorgeous views, and it's full of caring people.
I was introduced to Marshfield without even knowing it.I went to see "The Way, Way Back" in a New Jersey movie theater, not knowing in a few months time I would be working in the same area where that movie was filmed.Over the past few years, I met some wonderful people and got to be part of so many incredible and inspiring interviews.
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Selecting a term
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