Jefferson Water & Sewer District agreed Thursday night to allow limited watering of sod and home landscaping and to permit kiddie pools using up to 50 gallons of water. But all other outdoor water use remains banned. After getting customer backlash for its sudden announcement banning all outdoor water useContinue Reading

Jefferson Water & Sewer District agreed Thursday night to allow limited watering of sod and home landscaping and to permit kiddie pools using up to 50 gallons of water. But all other outdoor water use remains banned. After getting customer backlash for its sudden announcement banning all outdoor water useContinue Reading

The following is a press release from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. *** BOSTON — Low precipitation since May and recent above normal temperatures have led to drying conditions across the Commonwealth and steep declines in precipitation and streamflow in several regions. As a result, Energy and Environmental Affairs (EEA) Secretary Kathleen TheoharidesContinue Reading

Community DULUTH Feb. 14, 2019 Fifield, Elizabeth and Owen, boy, Hugh Jacob. March 5, 2019 Acheson, Sarah and John, girl, Rose Leonella. March 6, 2019 Orrey, Makayla, and Kelley, Luke, boy, Blake Christian Kelley. ESKO Feb. 5, 2019 Warpeha, Rachel and Jose… Written By: News Tribune | Mar 17th 2019Continue Reading

Jefferson Water & Sewer District agreed Thursday night to allow limited watering of sod and home landscaping and to permit kiddie pools using up to 50 gallons of water. But all other outdoor water use remains banned. After getting customer backlash for its sudden announcement banning all outdoor water useContinue Reading

Drought conditions lessened in some parts but there still wasn’t enough rain (UNL Drought Monitor maps) Please Support Local Advertisers Long-rain forecast says hotter and drier than normal NORTH SHORE — Despite the downpours, the drought persists. Although the weekend deluges helped, most of Massachusetts is still too dry, accordingContinue Reading