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Harnessing Wind Power off the South Coast
Learn about the power of wind at a free virtual talk on Tuesday, Feb. 9 from 7 to 9 p.m. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management has already authorized six potential wind farm sites off the south coast of Massachusetts and Rhode Island. When fully...
UMass Dartmouth MLK breakfast to be held virtually
On Friday, Jan. 29, from 9 to 11 a.m., UMass Dartmouth will host its 19th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast via Zoom. This year’s event will focus on the importance of social and political activism and how its effects during the the Civil...
Sticker shock: Beach prices could rise as officials explore options for financial year ahead
Proposed changes for long-vacant State Road lot near Walmart
Scott Norton, 44
Skull found on Little Beach ‘probably’ male
Life during wartime: Sippican Historical Society hosts talk on WWI fashion
South Coast Democrats celebrate Biden inauguration
New cases slow amid winter surge
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Dartmouth High boys basketball falls short in first game back
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Learn about sustainable seafood at upcoming virtual summit
UMass Dartmouth and Farm to Institution New England have teamed up to present an online summit focused on encouraging South Coast institutions to support local seafood producers, kelp, and underutilized local fish species. This free, online event...
Volunteer at Allens Pond
Mass Audubon is calling all teens with community service hours to complete to help clean up around Allens Pond over February vacation. From 9 a.m. to noon on Feb. 16 and 18, volunteers can help with bird nest box building, trail maintenance, and...
VFW announces 2021 Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest
Students in grades 9-12 who are US citizens or US nationals are invited to enter the VFW Auxiliary’s Young American Creative Patriotic Art Contest for a chance to win national awards totaling $31,500. The Dartmouth VFW #9059 Auxiliary is sponsoring...
Covid-19 expert to give keynote address at UMass Dartmouth symposium
UMass Dartmouth’s Leduc Center for Civic Engagement will host its annual Engaged Scholarship Symposium on Feb. 26 via Zoom, with a keynote address from a UMass Dartmouth professor who became an international expert on Covid-19. Associate Professor...
Student art contest explores rising oceans
Art students aged 11-18 in Dartmouth are invited to enter the 10th annual Bow Seat Ocean Awareness Contest by submitting artwork exploring our connection to water and the need to protect this vital resource. Submissions are accepted in visual and...
Help clear land trust trails
Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust is inviting nature lovers and other members of the public to mask up and volunteer at a series of work parties to help maintain the trails on several DNRT properties in town. Volunteers will help pick up trash,...
Friends of Dartmouth Libraries to host annual film series virtually
Friends of the Dartmouth Libraries will once again host its annual Molly Little Art Film Series on Tuesdays in January and February from 11 a.m. to noon — but this time, it’s virtual. Now in its 31st year, the popular winter film series will take...
Make your voice heard at upcoming master plan workshop
Make your voice heard about the future of Dartmouth at an upcoming master plan workshop. The workshop will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 via Zoom on Jan. 28. It is the fourth of six workshops being organized by the Town of Dartmouth and the...
Nomination papers now available for April town election
Nomination papers for the annual town election are now available. According to the Dartmouth Town Clerk’s Office, papers can be picked up at the office during normal business hours. The annual town election is on Tuesday, April 6. The last day to...
Learn all about hawks with Paskamansett Bird Club
The Paskamansett Bird Club will be holding an “All About Hawks” virtual presentation with naturalist Mike Tucker on Jan. 13, 2021 at 7 p.m. via Zoom. With an emphasis on identifying hawks in flight, Woods Hole bird expert Mike Tucker will cover the...
Birthday walk for DNRT’s 50th year
Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust is kicking off its 50th birthday celebration at the reserve that started it all. On Jan. 9 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., the land trust will host a free walk starting from Slocum’s River Reserve at 320 Horseneck Road...
Less is more: Virtual talk on decluttering your life
Friends of the Dartmouth Libraries will be hosting a virtual talk on Thursday, Jan. 14 at 6:30 p.m. on simplifying and decluttering with the KonMari method. Stephanie Baird will discuss her year-long process of using the method, which was created by...
Third quarter taxes due February 1
Dartmouth Town Collector Gary Carreiro has informed residents that this year’s third and fourth quarter real estate and personal property tax bills have been mailed. Third quarter bills are due on or before Feb. 1, 2021 and fourth quarter bills are...
Results are in: The best snowsculptures in town!
Snow days aren’t just about sledding . Several of Dartmouth’s younger residents spent their snow day — and the day after — building forts and snowpeople for an online contest run by Dartmouth Week in conjunction with the Dartmouth Parents’ 14.0...
Cambridge gallery picks UMass Dartmouth art student for solo exhibition
One UMass Dartmouth art student is getting a new achievement under her belt, after her paintings will be shown in the artist’s first solo exhibition at Gallery 263 in Cambridge. From January 14 through February 13, the gallery will show Shabnam...
Here's what the Council on Aging has planned for January
Although the Council on Aging has suspended its events, programs and classes at the senior center, it is still providing services to Dartmouth residents in need. Here are the COA services coming up to kick off the new year.
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Parks and Recreation calls for summer workers
There may be snow on the ground, but Dartmouth’s Parks and Recreation Department is already starting to prepare for the summer season — including sending out a call for summer workers. Each year the department hires around 50 seasonal summer...
End the year with a DNRT walk
The year is nearly over. To celebrate the end of 2020, local land trust Dartmouth National Resources Trust will host an evening stroll across five of its properties on New Year’s Eve from 4 to 6 p.m. The free walks will take place at Wernick Farm,...
Fill a bus with toys for children in need
The Dartmouth Police Department, along with Safe Zones and Tremblay’s Bus Company, will host its annual Fill-The-Bus Toy Drive on Dec. 19 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. During the event, which will be held at Target in Dartmouth, police will be on hand to...
Holiday recycling tips from the Department of Public Works
The holidays are here and Dartmouth’s Department of Public Works is reminding residents to recycle packaging and other materials this season. According to a statement from the DPW, around 25% more waste than usual is produced during the holidays. "...
Roaring 20s history presentation from Friends of the Dartmouth Libraries
You like jazz? The Friends of the Dartmouth Libraries is holding a virtual presentation on the Roaring 20s on Monday, Dec. 14 at 6:30 p.m. with local historian and lecturer Christopher Daley. During the lecture, Daley will present an overview of the...
Learn to survive the winter at Allens Pond
Winter is coming. To help prepare your young ones for the unpredictability that is New England weather, Mass Audubon will host four classes as part of its Winter Explorers program series at the Stone Barn of the Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary...
Lloyd Center holiday oyster sale
The Lloyd Center for the Environment is hosting a pop-up holiday oyster sale with oysters from Cuttyhunk Shellfish Farms to benefit the center’s education programs. Supporters can order fresh oysters by the dozen for $25, as well as shucking knives...
‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ online
Now that the holiday season is officially upon us, the Dartmouth High Theater Company is looking to spread the festivities with a virtual production of the classic show “It’s a Wonderful Life — A Live Radio Show.” Set on Christmas Eve in 1947, the...
Holiday Exhibition at the Dartmouth Cultural Center
’Tis the season for art. Beginning Dec. 4, South Coast Artists will host its annual Holiday Art Exhibit at the Dartmouth Cultural Center. The event will be from 5 to 8 p.m. The exhibit will feature a selection on diverse mediums ranging from oil,...
Online presentation on women’s history
Dartmouth Historical and Arts Society will present a virtual lecture from South Coast author Peggi Medeiros on 19th century writer and former slave Harriet Jacobs and women’s history via Zoom on Thursday, Dec. 10 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Medeiros is a...
Virtual ‘Blue Christmas' service at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church will host a special Blue Christmas service for those in need of support or who are dealing with depression, sadness, and grief during this holiday season. Normally held in-person, due to the pandemic, this year’s service...
Here's what the Council on Aging has planned for December
Although the Council on Aging has suspended its events, programs and classes at the senior center, it is still providing services to Dartmouth residents in need. Here are the COA services coming up as 2020 wraps up.
Council on Aging newsletter...
Pumpkin contest results are in!
The results are (finally) in! The winners of the Dartmouth Week and Dartmouth 14.0 Parents Facebook group pumpkin carving/decorating contest are as follows:
First place: Indominous Rex by Moran family (Darci and Chase) Second...
Craft fair and bake sale at the VFW
The Dartmouth VFW Post 9059 Auxiliary will be holding a craft fair and bake sale on Saturday, Nov. 28, 2020 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the VFW on 144 Cross Road. There will be 12 tables of gifts from local artisans to peruse. Admission is free. Masks...
Take a hike at guided Allens Pond hike-a-thon
Mass Audubon invites hikers of all ages to join Naturalist Julia Signorella for a guided hike-a-thon through Allens Pond Nov. 28 to work off those Thanksgiving meals and leftovers. The route will follow the beach loop and the nearby woods. Hikers...
Bishop Stang High School virtual open house
This Thursday, Nov. 12 at 6:30 p.m., the Bishop Stang family invites prospective students and families to join them online and learn more about the school through a virtual open house. Middle and high school parents and students interested in...
Pop Your Trunk toy drive with My Brother’s Keeper
My Brother’s Keeper will be hosting a Pop Your Trunk toy drive on Saturday, November 14,
from 10 a.m. to noon to support its annual Christmas Assistance Program for local families. To ensure safety, participants are asked to drive...
Going to extremes: An adventure travel presentation
The Friends of the Dartmouth Libraries will be hosting a virtual presentation from award-winning travel journalist Peter Mandel on Thursday, November 12 at 6:30 p.m. via Zoom. An adventure travel journalist for the Boston Globe, the Washington Post...
Virtual open house at UMass Dartmouth
Beginning Oct. 24, UMass Dartmouth is welcoming prospective students and their families to a week-long schedule of virtual events. The events will continue through Nov. 1. According to a release, the Open House sessions feature UMass Dartmouth’s...
Fall Fest pumpkin carving with Mass Audubon
Spooky season is upon us. To celebrate, Allens Pond Wildlife Sanctuary will host a socially distanced pumpkin carve at the Stone Barn on Horseneck Road. The event will take place Oct. 30 from 5 to 6 p.m. Participants will be provided with pumpkins,...
Here's what the Council on Aging has planned for November
Although the Council on Aging has suspended its events, programs and classes at the senior center, it is still providing services to Dartmouth residents in need. Here are the COA services coming up for November.
Council on Aging Newsletter...
Treasures of Dartmouth treasure hunt
The Dartmouth Lions Club will be hosting a socially distanced treasure hunt just in time for the holiday season. The hunt begins Dec. 1 and participants will have two weeks to complete the task. Clues will direct participants around town to select...
Hazardous Waste Day is October 24
The next household hazardous waste collection day for Dartmouth residents will be on Saturday, Oct. 24 from 8:30 a.m. to noon at the Crapo Hill Landfill, 300 Samuel Barnet Blvd., New Bedford. ID is required. Households only; no businesses, schools,...
Run or walk at the DNRT Trail Race
Strap ‘em up, lace ‘em up, and put on your walking shoes — the Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust’s annual Trail Race is back, albeit in a modified capacity. Normally a 3.3 mile run only through Destruction Brook Woods, this year’s race will take...
Greek on the go
Due to the pandemic, St. George Greek Orthodox Church on Cross Road will not be holding its annual festival fundraiser this year. Instead, on Nov. 21 it will be holding a “Greek on the Go” drive-thru take out event selling traditional Greek food to...
Halloween pumpkin carving/decorating contest
We’re holding a Halloween pumpkin carving/decorating and house decorating contest!
is the proud co-sponsor of the seasonal competition this October for residents of all ages, along with the Dartmouth Parents 14.0 Facebook...
Pumpkin carving with the library
The Dartmouth Public Library will be hosting an online pumpkin carving or decorating contest for kids this October. Those wishing to participate should carve or decorate their pumpkins at home and send a photo to Miss Christie at cphillips@sailsinc...
History presentation on revolutionary Dartmouth
The Dartmouth Heritage Preservation Trust will be holding its annual meeting remotely via Zoom due to the pandemic on Oct. 21 at 6 p.m. Following the meeting, at 6:30 p.m. guest speaker Jonathan Lane from the Massachusetts Historical Society will...
Veteran’s Day luncheon
The Dartmouth Friends of the Elderly and State Rep. Chris Markey will sponsor a drive-thru Veteran’s Day luncheon at the Dartmouth Council on Aging, 628 Dartmouth Street. The event will be held on Nov. 6 at from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Reservations are...
New drive-thru format for annual pet blessing
This year St. Peter's Episcopal Church will be holding its annual Blessing of Animals and Pets in a drive-thru format to maintain social distancing in light of the pandemic. The traditional blessing of pets takes place every year to commemorate the...
Here's what the Council on Aging has planned for October
Although the Council on Aging has suspended its events, programs and classes at the senior center, it is still providing services to Dartmouth residents in need. Here are the COA services coming up for October.
Council on Aging Newsletter...
Reed Road construction
The Dartmouth Department of Public Works will be undertaking roadwork construction on Reed Road from State Road to Lakeside Avenue starting Sept. 29 and continuing through Oct. 10, weather permitting. The stretch of road affected reaches north of...
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