Fall River Wonders: How did cotton cloth get made in Fall River's historic mills?
FALL RIVER – Reader Ronald Bernardo wrote in to “Fall River Wonders” to say he remembers seeing bales of cotton being offloaded from
Dr. Boles went the extra mile for his dental patients
I have recently learned the disheartening news that my longtime dentist of 45 years, Dr. Bill Boles Jr., has left the very successful dental practice that he built himself, from the ground up. My …
Historic Slade House will be featured on North Shore Lundie ...
In 1929, Norman Slade's executive job with the Northern Pacific Railway brought him to Duluth, where he and his wife lived for several years and started a family.It was during that time that Slade — a grandson of railroad magnate James J. Hill — fell in love with the rugged North Shore. Weekends...
Man killed in Warrington house fire
Police and fire officials are investigating a fatal house fire on Griffiths Road in Warrington. It took crews about 90 minutes to place the blaze under
even in a tiny Bay Area garden [East Bay Times]
Jun. 19–If you have limited space, want to have manageable fruit trees or want to try something cool in the garden, try espalier. Espalier is the art of growing fruit trees — usually apples or pears — by training the branches to grow horizontally along cordons, much like those used
COLUMN: What if there were no newspaper? Why community journalism is invaluable.
Delray's Scott Woolley indicted in bank fraud scheme
WEST PALM BEACH — A Delray Beach heir to a grocery store fortune who counted Boston Red Sox owner John Henry as a friend and former Miami
Why Do Democrats Get Away With Lying About Guns?
The Fourth Estate has a responsibility to correct Democrats' wild exaggerations and untruths about guns. Yet they rarely do.
On Cape Cod, wary beachgoers learn to swim at their own risk
On a picturesque summer day, the ocean off Long Nook Beach proved too enticing, as dozens of people ventured into the water Thursday, even as several new shark sightings were reported near the scene of the attack.
Interior remodeling begins for Ricetta's Brick Oven Ristorante in Saco
SACO — Work is set to begin soon for the interior remodeling of a new Ricetta's Brick Oven Ristorante. The Falmouth-based restaurant is opening a Saco location at 512 Main St., the site of the former Kerrymen Pub. The Kerrymen Pub was a destination for live music and traditional Irish food in Saco for 40 years, and was started by brothers John, Richard, David and Paul Kerry and their cousin Jimmy Sullivan in 1978. The Kerrymen Pub closed in October and the Kerry family announced in January that it had been sold. Ricetta's replied to a query on its Facebook page recently stating that the Saco restaurant would open in late summer or early fall. Ricetta's owner Ron Stephan said in an email that there had been a longer than normal renovation period…