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The Legend of Destruction Brook

by Carissa Wills-DeMello Destruction Brook woods; an ancient glacially carved landscape covered by nearly 80 miles of trails, weaving through magical hardwood forests, swampy wetlands, serene vernal pools, and historic agricultural fields. It’s a place where local history and the timelessness of nature converge. One could wander through this reserve …

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Who Remembers…Howdy Beef ‘N Burger?

In a previous “Who Remembers…?” we discussed Burger Chef. A number of people had mentioned another burger joint Howdy Beef n’ Burger. Having grown right here and not recalling Howdy Beef n’ Burger, I knew it was before my time. There are a LOT of “Who Remembers…?” that I would …

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New Bedford Streets; A Piece of Americana: Topham Street

The Topham Family are direct descendants of Mayflower pilgrims, John & Thomas Rogers, and John Alden. The Pilgrims Landing (Dr. Mike Haywood) Welcome to next installment in the New Bedford Streets; A Piece of Americana series. Previously we covered William Street, Kempton Street, Middle Street, Centre Street, Ashley Boulevard, Elm …

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Seven Almost Forgotten School Devices

Here is another installment in our Who Remembers? series. You can browse previous articles by using the search bar on the right or by clicking here. These articles are strolls down memory lane. In some cases the buildings, but new businesses have replaced them. In other instances, the buildings or …

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