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This Week on the Local Seen 

January 31, 2023

"The test of our progress is not whether we add more to the abundance of those who have much: it is whether we provide enough for those who have little."

- Franklin D. Roosevelt

Matthew Nadler Editor of the Duxbury Clipper

Matthew Nadler, Editor of the Duxbury Clipper

sat down with Tiff to talk about the paper, his personal career journey, and the future of community media.

Bondage and Complicity: Duxbury's History with Slavery

History Talk at the Duxbury Senior Center with Historian Carolyn Ravenscroft

on February 16th

The Fight to Revitalize Ellisville Marsh

Author Eric Cody at the Plymouth Public Library on February 14th

Open Mic Night at Soundcheck Studios in Pembroke

Every Monday night - all acts, ages and abilities

Andy and Judy Folk Music Duo

at the Duxbury Free Library on February 12th

Bowling Night with Plymouth Pride

at Kingston TenPin on February 21st

Plymouth Center for Active Living


Alden House Historic Site


Kingston Public Library


Beyond the Bin: Recycle Smart Pembroke


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Kingston Town Hall Background Removed

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This Week in Kingston

Kingston Town Administrator Keith Hickey talks about Dates for Town Meeting, the latest on Affordable Housing Lottery happening in February and March, and more.

This Week in Plymouth

Plymouth Town Manager Derek Brindisi sits down with Julie Thompson to break down the agenda for the Spring Town Meeting, proposed changes to Title 5 regulations regarding personal septic systems, and more.

Behind the Local Seen

The content you see on-screen can only happen because of the hard work of our behind-the-scenes staff, including our Chief Engineer, Brook Hoffman, seen here last week on site helming the production of South Shore Community Action Council's and MASSCAP's joint launch of the annual Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program.

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