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20 years later, former veterans service officer will never forget 9/11
Even two decades later, former Dartmouth Veterans Service Officer Roy Oliveira can still hear the roar of the engines of American Airlines Flight 77 as it was about to crash into the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. “The airplane came in so low and so...
Beloved Alderbrook Farm co-owner mourned
The community is mourning the loss of Allen Manley, former Dartmouth fire chief and long-time co-owner of Alderbrook Farm, who died Friday, Aug. 13 at home. With his wife Nancy, he owned and operated the farm, a popular spot for area families to...
Officials furious as leaks continue at North Dartmouth library
ALDI to open Sept. 23 with grand opening ceremony
Water issues noted on Reed Road
Town honors 9/11 with solemn ceremony
Bayada to pay $17 million to settle kickback allegations
Land trust to maintain, preserve Jordan Road property
Nut products to be banned at middle school
Yesterday once more as Dartmouth celebrates heritage
Police body cams on the docket for Fall Town Meeting
Masks to be required for outside groups in schools
Three cheers: Triplets celebrate 80 years with surprise party
Growing up on Fisher Road during the 1940s, Dartmouth-raised triplets Joan Garganta and Jim and Fred Borges lived in what Garganta said was “a very busy household” with a father who drove trucks and a mother who would take in other children to earn...
Dartmouth author celebrates publication of seventh book
For years, Dartmouth resident Mike Hickey taught courses at Florida Gulf Coast University going over biblical themes and Catholic social teaching — a doctrine on social justice and the common good in society. A lot of that teaching was done at the...
Specialist helps children in serious medical care deal with the stress
During her childhood, Rhode Island-native Jessica Cerullo spent a lot of time at Boston Children’s Hospital as her older brother went through cancer treatment. She noted while the situation itself “could be a bit scary,” staff always made sure to...
Alpacas add sense of calm to yoga class
“Imagine you’re a grazing alpaca.’’ That was one of the suggestions yoga instructor Keri Cusson DeFusco offered to the 30 or so people doing stretches and hitting poses on mats set out in an open field on a warm summer evening. They didn’t need to...
Community Media director bids farewell to public service
After 27 years working for the town, Dartmouth Community Television’s Director of Media Dr. Cyndi Marland is officially retiring. At a June 21 Select Board meeting, officials gave the outgoing director their well wishes as Marland reflected on her...
Discovery of ex-fugitive Donald Webb’s remains subject of new book
Nearly 600 miles separate Dartmouth from Saxonburg, Penn. — towns small and distant enough that residents of one community may not have heard of the other. But the two locations share a common bond both unexpected and eerily tragic: Both towns serve...
Dartmouth native honored at virtual ‘29 Who Shine’ ceremony
Dartmouth native Dominic Vaccari was recently honored for his efforts as a student leader at the Mass Maritime Academy during the Covid-19 pandemic for the commonwealth’s “29 Who Shine” awards. These awards are given to one student from each of the...
Shucking lessons, tasting notes at Cuttyhunk Oyster talk
Did you know that the flavor of an oyster may depend on the time of day it’s harvested? Or that oyster shells have rings that — much like tree rings — can tell you how old it is and the temperatures of the seasons it lived through? Dartmouth...
Accepted: First Wampanoag tribe member to attend Harvard Law School
Dartmouth daughter Samantha Maltais has earned a full scholarship — as well as some media attention — as the first member of the Wampanoag tribe to attend Harvard Law School. Maltais, who grew up on Martha’s Vineyard, is the daughter of former...
Former New Bedford infrastructure chief appointed to town public works board
Ron Labelle, the longtime former Commissioner of New Bedford’s Department of Public Infrastructure, will become a member of Dartmouth’s Board of Public Works after the Select Board appointed him to the seat at a May 10 meeting. “Mr. Labelle has a...
Admired MD: Pediatrician to retire after 43 years
After more than four decades of caring for many of Dartmouth’s youngest residents, esteemed pediatrician Dr. Mark Shapira is closing up shop. Through the years the 74-year-old has treated thousands of patients from his independent State Road...
Dartmouth native ranks high at Mass Maritime Academy
Four years ago, Dartmouth native Dominic Vaccari helped lead the Dartmouth High marching band to its second consecutive national championship as a drum major. Now, he’s using those same leadership skills at the Mass Maritime Academy as the school’s...
Resident walks Boston Marathon route for veterans
Although this year the Boston Marathon didn’t take place on Patriots Day — it was postponed to the fall due to the pandemic — one Dartmouth resident completed the 26-mile route over the weekend anyway. Jason Ray can often be spotted walking through...
Guardian ‘Angel’: Resident transports more than 800 patients for medical care
Dartmouth resident Richard Jacobs loves to fly. But rather than spending his time tooling around in his Bonanza for fun or going for what pilots call a “hundred dollar hamburger” — flying out for lunch and back — he’s been donating his services to...
Up from the kids’ table: Youth chairs Youth Commission
Dartmouth has a new Youth Commission Chair, and he may be the youngest leader of a municipal body in Dartmouth’s history. 20-year-old resident and Town Meeting member Kempton Campbell was appointed to the Youth Commission last summer — in fact, he’s...
Officials give thanks as longtime Planning Board chair steps down
After three decades of service, Planning Board Chair Lorri-Ann Miller was recognized by Dartmouth officials on two different boards as she held her last meeting in town government on April 5. Miller is stepping down from her longtime role as two new...
Unique decor lands resident a magazine spread
Visitors to Joy Campbell’s house may be forgiven for thinking they’ve stepped into a museum. With antique wooden objects everywhere, the Padanaram home’s interior is so striking that it will soon be gracing the pages of Country Sampler Magazine, a...
Resident prepares for release of first children's book
It all started with a song. After the birth of his second daughter around two decades ago, Dartmouth resident Ed Pacheco would sing a song about a “little lamb” to his kids to get them ready for bed. Now, that very song has become the basis of his...
Board of Health candidate profile: Darci Moran
A Dartmouth resident since 1978, physicians assistant Darci Moran has always wanted to find ways to help the town she loves — which is why she is running for an open Board of Health seat on April 6. One of the major factors for her candidacy, she...
Board of Health candidate profile: Dr. Christian Pope
For the past year, Hawthorn Medical Associates’ Dr. Christian Pope has worked closely with the town’s Board of Health as its volunteer physician. Come the annual town election on April 6, he hopes to be on that very board. “I am proud to be part of...
Planning Board candidate profile: Kevin Estes
Longtime resident and Town Meeting member Kevin Estes hopes to turn his love for Dartmouth’s character into concrete policy as a Planning Board member. Estes is running in the upcoming town election against former town employee Jane (Kirby) Pansire...
Planning Board candidate profile: Jane (Kirby) Pansire
Former town employee Jane (Kirby) Pansire has a passion for planning. The 25-year Dartmouth resident worked for the town’s zoning and planning departments for more than a decade, and is now hoping to secure longtime Planning Board chair Lorri-Ann...
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East Freetown Robinson Estates
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Under Agreement on Onset Island
ONSET ISLAND! Waterview Cottage. Just Breathe! You are on an Island with incredible boating,...
Upper Cape Realty
SOLD! Swifts Beach Cottage
It's official - this home has SOLD! Listing agent Suzanne Burke from Upper Cape Realty and selling...
Upper Cape Realty
Turnkey Cranberry Village Manufactured Home -SOLD!
Mehodically renovated over the last 10 years, this 14’ x 70’ 1980 Redman is ready for its next...
Farmhouse Open House in Wareham
🍃 Drive along a hidden lane to gates that open onto pastureland and wooded acreage to see this...
Bernadette Kelly Group
JUST LISTED in Wareham
Take in the stunning views at our newest listing 📍14 Sias Point Rd, Wareham 🌊 Located on...
Bernadette Kelly Group
SOLD! Taunton Waterfront Townhouse
Let me tell you a little about this WATERFRONT Townhome on beautiful, recreational Lake Sabbatia is...
Upper Cape Realty
SOLD! Stunning Colonial in Randolph
Great work by Agent Evan Antonangeli for listing and selling this Randolph Colonial Stunner $42k...
Upper Cape Realty
Use Your Imagination
And transform this former church into a single family home or duplex or maybe it would be perfect...
SOLD! Pine Tree Village
SOLD! Congratulations to the new homeowners! Great work by listing agent Melissa Almeida. A...
Upper Cape Realty
SOLD!! Gorgeous Move In Ready Home with Panaramic Views of Sandy Beach in Onset!!
Ginny Lewis, Realtor ~ Divito Realty Inc