Chandler kids are ready to go

Schools are back in session and students at the Chandler School returned to class last Wednesday with hugs and high-fives.

Treasure Chest

For Sale Recently assembled Jeekee stationary bike.  This Recliner model provides great fitness for seniors. $300 Call 781-934-7911 Patriots Tickets Here is what I have left. October 24 – Bears (2 or 4), November 20 – Jets (4), December 1 – Bills (4), January 1 – (2). My seats are in the first and second row of upper section 334 […]

Five seniors will fuel boys XC squad

Dragons also have other returners, newcomers eager contribute to winning



The Duxbury boys cross-country team brings back an experienced core that advanced to the Division 2 state championship last season.  Nolan Ruel, Jake Boudreau, Will Asbedian and Brad Harrington return as captains. Luke Weiler, who had a strong 2022 spring track season in the 400-meter dash and 4×800 relay, is a big addition.  A lot of other athletes have a […]

Less rain means more problems for farmers

Summer-long drought puts burden on water supply


This summer’s drought has had widespread effects on local farms and the crops and animals they raise. “The pastures are down to nothing.” said Jeff Chandler, who owns Crooked Lane Farm on Lincoln Street.  He and his wife Priscilla raise horses, beef cattle and hay, but because the animals haven’t been able to graze on grass in the pastures, Chandler […]

Climbing the Career Ladder

Painter/Painters Helper Successful painting company serving the Duxbury, south shore areas, is seeking Painter/Painters helper, for part time position (potential for full time) experience preferred, but willing to train the right applicant for the position. Please only serious need apply, for more information please call 508-558-0500 Town of Duxbury Leadman-Vehicle Maintenance The Town of Duxbury, is seeking qualified applicants for […]

Coming up at the Duxbury Rural and Historical Society

Bondage and Complicity: Duxbury’s History with Slavery. Duxbury, like all Northern towns, has a complicated relationship with the institution of slavery. During Colonial days, enslaved people lived and worked in this community. After slavery ended in Massachusetts in 1783, Duxbury’s economic relationship with Southern slavery continued. On Thursday, Sept. 29, DRHS Historian Carolyn Ravenscroft will explore the lives of the enslaved […]

Annamae Binney, 78

Annamae (Tareco) Binney, 78, of San Marcos, California passed away peacefully on Sunday, Aug. 21 at her beautiful home.  Born in Brockton on March 17, 1944, to the late Joseph Tareco and Anna Rose. She was a graduate of Brockton High School and earned her AA at Andover Institute of Business. Her first job was at the Sheraton Corporation of […]

Something’s brewing at the Alden House

Experience history in a new way as you explore how “beere” and “cyder” are made today and in the past on Saturday, Sept. 24, from noon to 5 p.m. at the Alden House Historic Site.  Beer played an important role in the life of the Mayflower Pilgrims and early settlers along with cider once orchards were established.  Samples in a […]

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Chloe Antaya, always positive



Back in middle school, Chloe Antaya often found herself in a constant state of awe as she watched her sister, Livy, and her teammates play varsity volleyball. She remembers marveling at how tall and strong they were and how effortlessly they made magic happen on the court. Fast-forward a few years and Antaya was suddenly in their shoes as a […]

Graduations

Cooper Andrews graduated from Bates College.