Oysters and hydrangeas, perfect together


This year’s Hydrangea Festival offered a variety of ways for fans of the flower to express their artistry. One of those ways was a decoupage workshop at the Duxbury Student Union.  

Treasure Chest

Patriots Tickets Here is your chance to see Mac Jones and the 2022 Patriots. I have several seats for many games. Prices will be discounted from the going market rates as established on StubHub and Ace Ticket. There will be no handling fees involved and will be sold on a first-come first-served basis. If interested email me at Mike@performanceppp.com or […]

Nagle represents New England in All-Star event




Ryan Nagle (DHS ’22) was selected to represent the New England Region at the Nike Lacrosse National All-Star Games in Elkridge, Maryland, last Saturday and Sunday.  Twelve regions of the country were represented, including teams from the Pacific Northwest, Midwest, South and Pacific Southwest. The New England team went 4-1, beating teams from Pennsylvania, Florida, New Jersey and Mid-America, and […]

Dean’s list

Jenna Holland has been named to the head of school’s List for her junior year at Northfield Mount Hermon.    Leah Yucius and Hannah Graham have been named to the spring 2022 dean’s list at Roger Williams University.   Trenton Fontana, Charles Schomp and Erin Candy were named to the dean’s list at Saint Michael’s College for the spring 2022 […]

Planes, Trains & Automobiles

Water Quest 15.4’ Canoe Seats 3-4 adults. Square stern reinforced to accommodate an outboard motor up to 4 HP. Sealed storage. Built in cooler. Beverage holders. 2 oars and dolly. $550. OBO. Text 703-585-4861.     Fixer upper!  1965 Marshall 22 Catboat “Santa Baby”, Hull #6. No inboard engine-Good 2 stroke Mercury 9HP w/outboard bracket. 2 Mains, cushions, dry hull, […]

Meet John Alden the Elder 

  John Alden was a pillar of the Plimoth Colony. Many people recall the “hopeful young man” that decided to not return to England as a Mayflower crewman, but take a chance in the New World. Most of his story and accomplishments occurred well after the fabled love story with his wife Priscilla. Come and meet the older John Alden […]

Prepping for College, Episode 5

Tindell Frick, Assumption Football



Growing up in a football household, as the youngest of three boys, it was impossible for Tindell Frick to avoid the sport – not that he had any interest in doing so. His father, Erik, played in college, his oldest brother, Harrison, did so at a young age in Duxbury and games were always on the TV. He begged his […]

Buying the farm

Historic Temple Street property goes on the market


The Isaac Simmons Farm on Temple Street is officially for sale. Two years after Duxbury voters supported a plan to save the 17-acre property at 761 Temple St. – taking it by eminent domain to protect it from development and using $2.5 million in Community Preservation Act funds to reimburse the owner – the antique farmhouse, barn and pasture on […]

No problem for pickleball

Town works to accommodate growing sport


A visitor to the tennis courts in Duxbury can’t help but notice the blue tape on some of the tennis courts in town. The tape marks the lines for pickleball, a sport growing in popularity throughout America and Duxbury. Pickleball was invented in 1965 and is the fifth fastest growing sport in America. Pickleball has been described as a hybrid […]

Graduations

Ian Rappe graduated from Rhodes College. Hannah Graham graduated from Roger Williams University. Julia Mutkoski graduated from Trinity College. George Rovegno graduated from Washington and Lee University.