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Nickerson State Park
Travel the road to the upper campgrounds in Nickerson State Park and you may think for a moment that you have been magically transported to the Berkshire Hills or the piney woods of the Carolinas. Nowhere in sight are the sand dunes and salt marshes usually associated with Cape Cod. Instead, you are surrounded by woods that slope down to the banks of eight crystal clear fresh water ponds. Yet, if you walk or bicycle through the woods, you will find no rivers or streams feeding the ponds. These are “kettle ponds,” among more than 300 formed as glaciers retreated from the Cape over 10,000 years ago. Completely dependent on groundwater and precipitation, the water level in the ponds fluctuates from season to season and year to year.

Rte. 6A, Brewster, MA &
phone: 508-896-3491

Boosted by the balmy weather of the South, a Covid jab and fevery night on Chocolate Street, we head
Man injured in construction accident in Bourne
BOURNE ? A man was transported to St. Luke's Hospital trauma center in New Bedford after a reported construction accident. According to reports, the victim suffered a serious hand injury while using a paving saw at a location on Standish Road sometime after 1 PM Monday. Further details were not immediately available. The post Man injured in construction accident in Bourne appeared first on
Brewster man pleads guilty to killing Red Tailed Hawk
BREWSTER ? A Brewster man pleaded guilty and was sentenced yesterday in U.S. District Court in Boston in connection with killing a red tailed hawk, a protected migratory bird. Richard Warburton, 75, pleaded guilty to one count of killing a red tailed hawk and was sentenced by U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Marianne B. Bowler [?] The post Brewster man pleads guilty to killing Red Tailed Hawk appeared first on
First Case of Omicron Variant Detected in Massachusetts
BOSTON (AP) ? The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced Saturday that a woman in her 20s who had traveled out of state is the first known case of the omicron variant of the coronavirus detected in the state. The unidentified woman?a resident of Middlesex County?is fully vaccinated, has? .
Baker Weighing $4B Spending Bill Sent to Him by Lawmakers
BOSTON (AP) ? Governor Charlie Baker is weighing a $4 billion spending bill shipped to his desk this week by Massachusetts state lawmakers. The bill directs money from the state's portion of the American Rescue Plan Act and Fiscal Year 2021 surplus funds to help with the state's ongoing economic recovery from the COVID-19? .
Something Spectacular
Starting the day looking at yesterday's sunset. Just a reminder that no matter how the day goe
Senate Leader, Presidential Candidate Bob Dole Dies at 98
TOPEKA, KS (AP) ? Elizabeth Dole has posted on social media that her husband, Republican political icon Bob Dole, has died at age 98. Dole overcame disabling war wounds to become a sharp-tongued Senate leader from Kansas, a Republican presidential candidate and then a symbol and celebrant of his dwindling generation of? .
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