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Living Madly – Something Wild

Back in April, my husband, Rob, and I volunteered to count migrating alewives, a type of river herring, at the fish ladder on the Concord River in Lowell. Each spring, the silver fish, which are about 5 or 6 inches long, make their way back from the ocean, where they have spent most of their… Read More

Emilie-Noelle Provost

Wellness Wednesdays – 7/11/18

WELLNESS TIP OF THE WEEK Nutrition as Disease Prevention by Rohit Dixit, MD, of Pentucket Medical Associates We all know that we need food to live, but what foods are the best for our health — not just in the day-to-day sense, but in preventing diseases over the long term? The most effective preventive measures related… Read More

Joseph Girard-Meli

Storytime for ALL

Area Libraries Offer Summer Activities for Kids of All Ages Across the Merrimack Valley, libraries are offering young patrons a full slate of programs this summer that appeal to a wide variety of interests. Visitors can attend traditional storytimes, participate in the annual statewide summer reading program, or choose from events ranging from cooking and… Read More

Katie Lovett

Little Bitz – Haggett’s Pond

Haggett’s Pond in Andover has been an outdoor attraction for well over a century. In the late 1800s, a recreational area called Bailey’s Grove offered guests the chance to boat, picnic, swim, dance and bowl at a private recreational destination on the pond. According to a story written by Elaine Clements and posted on the… Read More

Elizabeth MacLean
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