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Prestige Valet Parking.com, which was owned by Dennisport resident Martin Bruemmel, was sold this week to New Hampshire-based Atlantic Parking Services.
Is America better or worse off with strong separation between Church and State?
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PartyLite, a Plymouth-based party plan company, donated $1,433,239 worth of retail products to NBC's TODAY Show Holiday Gift Drive.
Plymouth firefighters were assisted by crews from several neighboring communities at a fire at High Cliff Apartments early Friday morning.
Plymouth, Mass.-Nov. 28, 2013: The 44th annual Native American Day Of Mourning took place on Thanksgiving Day in Plymouth, Mass.About 500 Native and non-Native activists attended this year.
Today is Native American Heritage Day, the culmination of Native American Heritage Month, established in 1991.
A fire broke out early this morning at a senior housing complex in Plymouth, displacing a dozen residents, authorities said.
Because the history of the United States is comprised of contradictions , it should come as little surprise to find that the holiday of Thanksgiving - so steeped in hyper-consumerism - itself derives from the rejection of a compelled commercialism.
Thanksgiving is on record as being America's second-favorite holiday , so it makes sense that Thanksgiving lore is a part of our shared cultural history and something we start learning early in our lives.
Tradition has it that a settlement at Plymouth, Massachusetts, was the site of a celebration that, nearly 400 years ago, brought Pilgrims and Native Americans together to share the bounty of their harvest - an event that was commemorated as a national holiday by the first President of the United States, George Washington, in a proclamation that ... (more)
WPCNR ROVING PHOTOGRAPHER. Thanksgiving Portfolio: On this Thanksgiving, let us remember the band of hardy intrepid souls who crossed an ocean in a boat no bigger than a large Chris Craft and settled in an unforgiving landscape and started a country in the cold landscape of New England.
It was the fall of 1621. Pilgrims who had survived their first year in the new land and 90 Native Americans from Massasoit's tribe gathered near Plymouth, Massachusetts for what is now thought of as the first Thanksgiving celebration.
Since moving here in 1995, I have worked on many issues to try to make the Cape and the world a better place, as we are all interconnected with each other and Mother Nature.