Duxbury Garden Club celebrates spring March 21-22

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Duxbury Community Garden Club Designer Gerri Hanlon displays her colorful arrangement which she created for last year’s Blooms at the Complex. If by now you are searching for signs of Spring, don’t forget this year’s Blooms at the Complex! Spring will most definitely be in the air when this popular event takes place on Saturday…

NFL TOPS LIST OF MOST ARROGANT AND INCOMPETENT

by Jordan Kobritz If a contest were held to determine the most arrogant and incompetent sports organization in the country, there would be no dearth of worthy candidates, with the NCAA and the NFL topping the list. But the NFL’s recent handling of its Personal Conduct Policy stamps it as the prime contender to take home…

Earthquakes Shouldn’t Dislodge the Facts about Fracking

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By Chris Faulkner The American Southwest is undergoing a spike in seismic activity. A new U.S. Geological Survey shows that a small basin on the New Mexico-Colorado border experienced 20 times more serious earthquakes between 2001 and 2011 than it had over the previous thirty years. There have been similar tremor spikes throughout the country.…

Jason L. Riley on Race Relations and Law Enforcement

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This is a long read, and well worth it. But don’t try to read it on your smart phone. This article is reprinted by permission from Imprimis, a publication of Hillsdale College.  Jason L. Riley is an editorial board member and a senior editorial page writer at the Wall Street Journal, where he writes on…

Archishop Williams High School looking for Host Families

Imagine yourself surrounded by classmates who speak a foreign language in a country 7,000 miles away from where you call home. What would you do? Our students experience this every day. Notre Dame Academy (NDA) in Hingham and Archbishop Williams High School in Braintree are home to 29 Chinese students exploring an international education. Highly…