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Sun, flowers, herbs - spring is here!
Despite the warmth, sunny days and blooming trees, the town residents know the spring has truly arrived after the Wareham...
Casino Night rolls the dice for senior services
Wareham residents with a knack for casino games were able to gamble without breaking the bank, or the law while helping the...
Things to do: Shop for plants, take a walk, support DECA
There’s a lot going on in Wareham on any given week. For your complete itinerary, go to www.WarehamWeekToday.com .
Onset boil order lifted
Onset water customers no longer need to boil water before consuming it, according to a release by the District. The district...
Wareham Recycling Center runs low on funding
At the 2018 Spring Town meeting, the town awarded Wareham Recycling Center with $25,000. Nevertheless, the center is facing...
Decas presents annual Talent show
Complicated gymnastics routines, songs by soloists and duets, lively dances, piano pieces, thought-provoking poetry, and a...
Onset Water Dept. distributes bottled water
Superman doesn't exist, but thankfully, firemen do. This time, they are helping the community withstand an unsafe water...
Changes to bottled water distribution in Onset
The Onset Water Department is making the following time changes for bottled water distribution at the Onset Fire Station, 5...
Onset water customers must boil water before drinking
Editor’s note: The boil order was lifted on May 15. The Onset Water Department has announced that all customers should boil...
School committee honors teachers, staff
The School Committee began its May 9 meeting by celebrating some of the district’s longest serving staff members and...
Fire Department begins flushing out brown water
In an effort to get rid of the brown water surfacing in various homes and businesses, Onset Fire Department will begin...
Two dogs ruled to be dangerous
The Board of Selectmen deemed two dogs who attacked a Wareham resident dangerous on Tuesday night. On Wednesday, April 10,...
Albanese allowed access to grand jury testimony
Domenic Albanese will be allowed to have copies of grand jury testimony, a judge ruled on May 6. The prosecutor had asked...
Wareham walkers participate in 10th annual Walk for Hunger
At the tenth Annual Walk for Hunger, light rain didn’t dampen the mood of the participants who had cheerfully gathered to...
Wareham Garden Club will award scholarships
The Wareham Garden Club will be awarding $3,000 in scholarships to graduating seniors headed to college or current college...
Student art fair returns to Wareham
If art is an imitation of life, one might conclude that the students at Wareham schools lead lives that are diverse,...
New uses considered for Merchants Way Train Depot
The Wareham Redevelopment Authority is considering the potential of the old train station on Merchant’s Way. The station,...
Selectmen announce their plans for the upcoming year
On Tuesday the Board of Selectmen presented a list of projects that they would like to pursue this year. Selectman and a...
Board of Selectmen appoints committee members
On Tuesday, Board of Selectmen appointed multiple members for the Open Space Committee, Board of Health, Community...
Pet owners attend low-cost rabies clinic
Pet owners came out in force for a low-cost rabies clinic in Onset, eager to get their animals vaccinated for only $14 a...
Developers propose new gas station in place of Maxi Fuel
Maxi Fuel’s distinctive checkerboard facade could soon be replaced with a much larger gas station and convenience store...
Hazardous waste day
The Carver, Marion, and Wareham Waste Disposal District will be holding a hazardous waste collection day from 9 a.m. to noon...
Mysteries of osprey migration
Over the last month, ospreys have completed their long migration, returning from South America to Cape Cod and, for many, to...
Town: Remove personal items from cemeteries
Wareham is asking people to remove personal objects from the town’s cemeteries by Friday, May 3, ahead of the spring clean-...
Help the Cultural Council determine priorities
Help the Wareham Cultural Council set its priorities with a brief survey. The council, which funds arts, cultural, and...
Sun's out, trash bags out
After another long New England winter, birds are chirping, daffodils are blooming, the last of the snow has melted, and vast...
A.D. Makepeace awarded $50,000 grant
Sen. Marc R. Pacheco announced on Wednesday that A.D. Makepeace received a $50,000 grant through the Agricultural Climate...
Town meeting voters consider charter
On Tuesday, Town Meeting moved the dates that warrant articles need to be finalized for Town Meeting along with the date of...
Voters to approve Track and Field repairs
Voters unanimously voted for Article 19 to approve $200,000 of Community Preservation funds to resurface the track and...
Harbormaster to propose new aquaculture regulations
Those hoping to operate an aquaculture business in Wareham could soon have new rules and regulations to follow — but not...
Town meeting to continue on Tuesday night
Town meeting will stretch to a second night after a relatively smooth evening, during which voters made decisions on all but...
Representative Gifford to hold open office hours
State Representative Susan Gifford and her legislative aide are holding office hours in her office in Wareham from 12 to 1 p...
Verilife customers to park on Main Street
As of April 22, Verilife, the marijuana retailer on Main Street, is ending its off-site parking lot and shuttle service...
Stop & Shop strike over
The Stop and Shop strike is over, as the company and unions have reached a tentative agreement. Each union will have to...
Dive in to raise cash for a good cause
The positive energy in the pool at the Gleason Family YMCA was palpable as athletes, children and the members of the Wareham...
Kids learn about rare turtle species
Spring is in the air, and the animal kingdom is on the move. As the nesting season for turtles approaches, the New England...
Egg hunt with a twist
The fun began as the sun went down and nearly 200 children scrambled through the dark to collect the plastic eggs scattered...
Onset man wins a lucky million dollar ticket
The chances of winning millions are astronomical, though Michael Gullbrants of Onset became the 49th $1 million prize winner...
St. Patrick’s to reopen in time for Easter
St. Patrick’s Church will re-open to the public this weekend, having been fully repaired following a fire in late September...
Storage, housing, funding up for votes at Town Meeting on April 22
Using marijuana revenue to fund a new police station, limits on front yard storage, tax agreements with four new solar farms...
Stop & Shop donates unsold food to local pantries
Stop & Shop workers, including those of Wareham Local 328, are still on strike and have no intention of letting down...
Wareham’s summer schedule comes together
Wareham’s summer schedule is coming together as the Board of Selectmen approved several requests for the use of town...
Board of Selectmen approves shellfish hatchery
The Board of Selectmen approved Daniel Ward of Ward Aquafarms’ application for a Shellfish Grant, which enables him to...
Wareham Emblem Club helps disabled veterans
A check for $3000.00 was presented to the veterans at the Brockton VA Hospital Spinal Unit and will assist them in their...
Former Waste District director Pickles indicted
Former executive director of the Carver Marion Wareham Regional Waste District Ray Pickles pled not guilty to six charges of...
VFW Fish Fry cancelled
The Dudley L. Brown Veterans of Foreign Wars Post in Onset has cancelled its Good Friday Fish Fry, which was scheduled for...
Swimming into spring
Although Sunday was an unexpectedly warm day for April, it was far from what most people consider beach weather. Two brave...
Easter egg dash kicks off spring
Hundreds of children collected 8,000 eggs in about one minute on Sunday at the Onset Bay Association’s Annual Easter Egg...
Reading the unseen: Holistic Psychic Faire
Amid the tarot cards, spirit mediums and aura readers, more than 300 people sought to reconnect with their deceased loved...
Rabies clinic set for April 30
If you live in Wareham and your pet hasn’t been microchipped or rabies vaccinated, here is your chance. The Wareham...
The Nature Connection: Cancer and Climate Change / Eco-Herbal Medicine: An Interactive Walk & Talk
THE NATURE CONNECTION –
CANCER AND CLIMATE CHANGE
ECO-HERBAL MEDICINE: AN...
NOURISHMENT: What animals can teach us about rediscovering our nutritional wisdom
Reflections on feeding body and spirit in a world of change, with Animal Behaviorist and Author,...
Clean Right Cleaning Solutions
Clean Right Cleaning Solutions
Looking for a new commercial cleaner? Clean Right is here! Clean Right is the most responsive...
Shenanigans Bar & Grill Entertainment for 5/9 - 5/12
Shenanigans Bar & Grill
Open For Breakfast Saturday 8am - 11am and Sunday 8am - Noon / With FULL BAR OFFERED! Entertainment...
Bike for the Y on June 8
Join us on Saturday, June 8 for a scenic ride through the Farmcoast to help support the Dartmouth...
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