Final flag: Town says goodbye to DHS

A line of students, former students and curious residents snaked along the outside of Duxbury High School Satur- day morning, anxiously wait- ing to see what jewels they might find at the school yard sale. When the doors opened at 10 a.m., curious potential buyers streamed into the DHS cafeteria and started sifting through boxes and shelves, looking for relics, […]

Board: Try five plus one

In response to neighborhood concern about the 24- unit McLean’s Way Chapter 40B affordable housing development off Bow Street, a Planning Board member has offered a new idea that would allow a regular six-lot subdivision to be built there without triggering the cluster requirement in the zoning bylaw. Planning Board member Scott Casagrande said he had been approached by members […]

Harbor accident: No oil spilled from sunken boat

A sunken boat in Duxbury harbor caused concern for many local farmers Monday morning, but, thanks to im- proved engineering, there was no need for the concern. Harbormaster Don Beers received a phone call at about 5:40 Monday morning from an aquaculturist who had discov- ered a 25-foot lobster boat that had sunk about 200 yards off of Mattakeeset Court. […]