Frigid Cold Temperatures

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Frigid Cold Temperatures

It was bad enough that we were hit with three snowstorms in a row last week – with one of them causing complete white-out conditions. We still have 1 foot

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Frigid Cold Temperatures in Sutton 2005

It was bad enough that we were hit with three snowstorms in a row last week – with one of them causing complete white-out conditions. We still have 1′ of

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Stray Cat Found in Sutton

A stray cat has been seen since 10/20/2005 east of 146 at the Central Turnpike area. If you know the owner of this cat, please contact me at this website.

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Stray Cat Found

A stray cat has been seen since 10/20 east of 146 at the Central Turnpike area. If you know the owner of this cat, please contact me at this website.

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2005 Foliage Photos

The 2005 foliage season has begun, albeit very slowly. So far only a few leaves are turning. Watch week by week photographs at the foliage area of this site –

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2005 Sutton Massachusetts Foliage Photos

The 2005 foliage season has begun, albeit very slowly. So far only a few leaves are turning. Watch week by week photographs at the foliage area of this site –

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Fall Cleaning Time!

Many of us spend fall cleaning up the back yard and home in preparation for winter. I just rented a 10-yard container from Al’s Trucking and it was great –

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May Flowers in Sutton

The town meeting was on May 9th, but I was sick and unable to make it. I really wish there was a better way for them to publicize the meetings

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Yup MORE March 2005 Snow

Yesterday we were at 65F with gorgeous sunshine, and we still had snow on the ground from the last snowstorm. Today we have up to another 8″ of snow falling.

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Arsenic Water Testing in Sutton

Recent news reports have talked about how Sutton is in the “arsenic belt” of central Massachusetts, and how many wells in the area have arsenic in them. I went on

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