Time to Turn to American Technology for Space Launch

By David A. Deptula For the first time since the Cold War, the United States has deployed armored reinforcements to Europe. To counter Russia’s aggression, several hundred troops and 20 tanks are now in the Baltic. Yet the U.S. military is still injecting millions into the Russian military industrial complex. In late August, the United…

It’s expensive to live in Massachusetts

The New England Information Office of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released price data for select energy commodities and services from the Boston Consumer Price Index (CPI) for October 2014. The CPI program produces monthly data on changes in the prices paid by urban consumers for a representative basket of goods and…

Advance Sales for Scituate Arts Association Holiday House Tour !

Scituate Arts Association is now offering advance sales of tickets for their biennial Holiday House Tour to be held on the afternoon of Sunday, December 7.th This event will be a chance to see and celebrate this year’s work on the Ellis!   Tickets are $25 in advance and $30 the day of the event.  They…

Energy Exports Are Weapons in Russian Diplomacy

By C. Dean McGrath Tensions between the West and Russia have deteriorated to their lowest ebb since the end of the Cold War. Russia is threatening to cut off energy supplies to Western Europe in the hopes of undermining Western resolve. Russia provides the European Union with more than a third of its oil and…

Tickets on Sale now for Company Theater’s 2015 Season

TCT 2015 Season

NORWELL, MA … The award-winning Company Theatre (TCT), the South Shore’s theatrical destination since 1979, announces their 2015 theatrical performance season, featuring the best productions in theatre, music, comedy and mystery.  TCT launches their 36th year rich on the theme of their most recent award for Outstanding Achievement in the American Theatre, awarded by New…