Sunday, January 20, 2013
Are you wearing Patriots gear today? Take a picture and show your pride here!
Sunday, January 20
Today is game day! The New England Patriots will host the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Championship game today at 6:30 p.m. at Gillette Stadium. If you're a true New England Patriots fan, we know you're gearing up and showing off your team pride today. Are you wearing a New England Patriots jersey? Did you paint your face? Or, maybe you hung a Pats flag on your front porch to cheer on the team? We want to see your photos of your team spirit! Take a photo and upload it here by clicking the "upload photos" green button above! Go Pats!!!
Monday, February 6, 2012
Look on the bright side, Pats fans.
1. Well, the Pats didn't win, but look at the bright side; Red Sox pitchers and catchers report for spring training on Feb. 19. 2. The Board of Selectmen meet today at 7 p.m. at Town Hall. 3. The Cosmic Sister hosts boys grunge today, where boys aged 5-7 can experience art in an environment of encouraged dirtiness. 4. The Hollis Tones, a singing group based in the Senior Center, meets today at 9 a.m. No audition or singing experience is required to join. 5. Today looks like another springlike, sunny and warm day with temperatures in the forties and sun forecasted all day.
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Patriots fans beware, a dispute between media companies may cause a blackout for Directv customers during the Superbowl.
Up to 200,000 Patriots fans may miss the broadcast of the Superbowl because of the dispute between Directv and Sunbeam Station Group. U.S. Rep. Jim McGovern has sent a joint letter to Directv in the hopes of resolving the dispute before the Feb. 5 kickoff of the Superbowl. Since last Saturday, the dispute has blacked out NBC to all Directv customers who normally watch WHDH-7 and Channel 56, which is the only NBC channel aired on Directv. The company does not air the national NBC channel if a local channel is available. Directv says Sunbeam is asking for a 300 percent increase in retransmission fees to broadcast their local channel. "We encourage both parties to remain engaged in good faith negotiations," the letter said. "We are also …
Thursday, November 10, 2011
Author Vin Femia was in town to talk about his new book.
As a sports fan his whole life, Vin Femia knew there was a story to be told when Tom Brady got hurt at the beginning of the 2008 football season. He shared his journey to publication with an audience gathered at the library last night. The book started as a deeper look into what the quarterback meant to the team, but progressed to incude a history of the team and interviews with Patriots players and staff.