Fisheries group discusses reopening herring runs
The Middleboro-Lakeville Herring Fishery Commission is discussing the possibility of one day reopening the town's herring runs to harvest - something that hasn't been done since a statewide ban on blueback and alewive species in 2005 due to a significant decline in the number of fish migrating inland to spawn each year.
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Registration is ongoing for children's summer programs at Soule Homestead
Registration is ongoing for the farm-based Summer Fun and the Summer Fun Garden programs aimed at children ages 5 - 10. Soule Homestead Education Center is located on a 120-acre working organic farm in East Middleboro.
Concert on town hall lawn set for tonight
Ricky Miles will be the featured performer during the free concert sponsored and hosted by Middleboro Friends tonight on the Town Hall lawn.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Sundaes on Sunday - a fundraiser for the Middleborough Historical Museum
Celebrate National Ice Cream month and help raise funds to support the upkeep of the Middleborough Historical Museum during Sundaes on Sunday, a fundraiser for the museum.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Coatings Fraud Allegations Dismissed
A Massachusetts maker of coatings and spray equipment has withdrawn its claim that a licensee-turned-competitor built the new business on information stolen from the manufacturer.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Fiesta of Gaited Horse Show to take place in West Springfield
The first Fiesta of the Gaited Horse Show will be held on July 11 and July 12 at the Eastern States Exposition grounds in West Springfield.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
Middleboro church welcomes student minister
Courtesy photo Student minister Liz Brimm speaks on her first day at North Congregational Church in Middleboro, with her service dog Ava lying by her side.
Lodge of Elks holds annual Flag Day service
The Middleboro Lodge of Elks held their annual Flag Day service last Thursday at the lodge with Exalted Ruler Chris Larrivey presiding.
Susan Pawlak-Seaman - Live and Learn: Home is where the memories are
On our fireplace mantel, there's a picture of a little girl, maybe 3 or 4 years old, in a frilly white dress with a sash around the waist.
Pilgrim Festival Chorus debuts 'Broadway Melodies' June 28
Ahmed sits down with Harvey Evans and Bert Michaels, original Jets from "West Side Story" to discuss their memoir "Our Story: Jets & Sharks, Then and Now" as told by the cast members from the movie.
Thu Jun 26, 2014
Stars, director of 'The Bonds Of Marriage' are from Middleboro
Rogue Theatre Company presents "The Bonds of Marriage" an evening of "magic, illusions and the amusement of marriage" featuring Middleboro attorney and magician Adam Bond and his wife, actress and director Victoria Bond this Friday and Saturday at the Roseland Ballroom function hall, located at 174 Broadway, behind Hong Kong City Restaurant on Rte.
MHS TV production students shine at Move contest
Middleboro High School Television Production students earned four first place, three second place, and one third place award at the 28th annual MOVE Contest earlier this month.
Tutoring program provides help and direction to Middleboro students
In public schools in Middleboro today, The REAP program is sowing seeds of academic and personal progress for students, thanks to the Middleboro Rotary Club.
Driver Killed In Crash On I-495 In Middleboro
A man was killed Thursday morning on Interstate 495 in Middleboro when his car hit a bridge abutment, state police said.
State police investigate fatal one-car crash in Middleboro
Police said the car was being operated by a man and lost control Thursday morning, veering off the roadway and striking a bridge abutment to the left of the highway.
Wed Jun 25, 2014
Quilt auction to benefit Descendants of Whaling Masters
Courtesy photo A quilt inspired by the Morgan homecoming, designed and made by Peg Chace of Middleboro, is being auctioned on eBay to benefit the Descendants of Whaling Masters.
Tue Jun 24, 2014
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State court allows casino vote on ballot
On Tuesday, the Massachusetts high court ruled that Attorney General Martha Coakley erred in her decision not to certify a ballot initiative to repeal the state's casino law.
Thu Jun 19, 2014
Talk of the Towns
Both the Lakeville Litter Lifters and Middleborough Mess Movers will be out in force this Saturday, starting at 9 a.m. to make a difference in their towns by cleaning up trash and debris.
Celebration marks joint effort to preserve land in South Middleboro
More than 350 acres in South Middleborough are now permanently unavailable for development, thanks to a series of moves involving a sportsmen's club and a conservation group.