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We live in a community that is small, diverse, and exceptional beyond words.
BGH is pleased to announce the re-entry of the Volunteer Council, getting them back to doing what they love.
It's been 44 years and counting since Bill Ouimet became the first — and only — resident caretaker of Camp Stidwell in January 1977.
Community. It's a powerful word, calling up images of belonging, togetherness and a sense of place.
Perhaps nothing is a better example of what makes this community special than its service groups.
Magic arrived in the form of the vanishing point — where parallel lines recede into the distance.
The Civilian Conservation Corps was a depression-era brainstorm.
What if one organization took action to deliver human services more efficiently?
According to the ASPS, many have been opting for some plastic surgery procedures.
Spring is here. This means longer days, flowers in bloom — and kittens.
For the avid birder, spring is a very special time of the year.
We are in an age of technological achievement.
For many years, the community has rallied each year around this time to shake off the dust and drabness of winter.
Longtime historian Bob Gunter spent his life diving into history, capturing the people and places of the community.
In 1942, the Y.M.C.A. leased the hall for use as a U.S.O. club.