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Massachusetts offers a ton of options for foliage seekers. We’ve scoured the web looking for the best in foliage tours and locations. Find your preferred tour and get out there!

Quite possibly one of the most impressive foliage watcher sites out there. This site shows you peak foliage time for all of Massachusetts. Just select the day and it will display where the peak foliage is.

A Massachusetts Cranberry Bog Driving Tour
New England is known for its cranberry harvest and if you have not seen the harvest in action, it’s a must. Add in the site of our fall foliage and enjoy the visual splendor. Check out these tips and directions to enjoy your own tour of Cranberry Country.

New England's First Scenic Drive: Mount Greylock and the Mohawk Trail
One of the most spectacular roads to drive on during this splendid time of year. Take a drive and really view our majestic New England. You can drive to the top of Mount Greylock and take your time winding along New England's first official scenic road.

Berkshire Driving Tours
From the Mohawk Trail Association, here are five suggested driving tours in western Massachusetts that are perfect for any season, especially fall.

Classic Cape Cod Driving Tour
Cape Cod is the ultimate summer hot spot for sure, but the Cape in autumn is not something you want to miss. Explore roads of classic cape architecture surrounded by the bounty of the season. Breathtaking.

Franklin County Driving Tour
This tour takes you through classic New England towns including Greenfield, Ashfield, Buckland, Shelburne Falls, South Deerfield and Deerfield. Very pretty foliage…

Jacob's Ladder Trail
Jacob's Ladder Trail is the colorful nickname for U.S. Route 20 in Massachusetts, a hilly and picturesque alternative to the Mass Pike. It's also a National Scenic Byway.

Massachusetts Fall Foliage and Scenic Drives
Visit New England provides suggested scenic driving routes throughout Massachusetts, including drives in the Berkshires, along the south shore, in the Greater Boston area and more. Quite a scenic trip.

Massachusetts Foliage Driving Tour
Explore the hill towns of western Massachusetts on this two-day fall driving tour. Rolling hills of foliage is something to see.

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Voting Center for Pine Hill Estates: Raynham Middle School – 420 Titicut Rd, Raynham, MA 02767

The Massachusetts Primary Election was held on September 9th, 2014

On November 4th, Ed Markey will seek re-election, but Deval Patrick will not be seeking a new term.

Ed Markey holds a democratic seat in the Senate and is currently in his second term. Mr. Markey is running for re-election against Republican Brian Herr, a Chairman of the Board of Selectman in Hopkinton, MA.  

Deval Patrick is also in his second term and while he is eligible to run again, he has announced that he will not. Charlie Baker is the Republican Nominee and Martha Coakley is the Democratic Nominee. We also have 3 independents running:  Evan Falchuk, Scott Lively, and Jeff McCormick.

Nominee Breakdown:

Ed Markey – Incumbent U.S. Senator – Democrat – http://www.edmarkey.com

Brian Herr – Businessman and Chairman of the Board of Selectmen in Hopkinton – Republican – https://www.brianherr.com

Charlie Baker – Former Sec. of Administration & Finance and Sec. of Health & Human Svcs. (MA) – Republican – https://www.charliebaker2014.com

Martha Coakley – Massachusetts Attorney General – Democrat – http://www.marthacoakley.com/

Evan Falchuk – Founder of the United Independent Party – Declared Independent Candidate – http://www.falchuk2014.org

Scott Lively – Evangelical pastor – Declared Independent Candidate – http://www.livelyforgovernor.com

Jeff McCormick – Businessman – Declared Independent Candidate – http://www.jmacforgov.org

Use this quick guide to read up on your candidates and learn where they stand on issues important to you. See you at the polls

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Thinking about moving to Raynham? Want to know some history about this great town? Things to do and see?

Raynham was established in 1731 as a distinct and separate township carved out of the northeast corner of the “Town” of Taunton. Known as the site of the earliest successful iron works (1652), Raynham continues today as a thriving, successful community. Once a rural hamlet, the town is fast becoming a suburban bedroom community. But because of its location at the crossroads of Route 24, 44 & I-495 (as well as Route 138 & 104), it is also a commercial center in its own right. Raynham Woods Commerce Park, a 330 acre site, is home to some major corporations and is one of the premier industrial parks in Southeastern Massachusetts. Business thrives along two major corridors, Routes 44 and 138.

Raynham provides terrific recreational programs and facilities for both children and adults. The Town’s 300 acre Borden Colony complex has fields for soccer, baseball and softball plus acres of forest and farmlands for passive recreation. Johnson’s Pond is open to the public for fishing, ice-skating, picnicking and boating. In addition, the Town has numerous conservation areas for the preservation of the natural environment.

The Raynham Public Library is a great destination for a relaxing day of discovery. Located at 760 South Main Street, the library is open on:
Monday: 10 am – 8 pm
Tuesday: 10 am – 8 pm
Wednesday: 10 am – 8 pm
Thursday: 10 am – 6 pm
Friday: 10 am – 5 pm
Saturday: 10 am – 2 pm
Sunday: Closed

The Lion’s Club is a great way to become involved in the community. They host a ton of events and activities. To get involved go to this website – http://e-clubhouse.org/sites/raynhamma/index.php

Love to swim or play tennis? The EdgeWood Pool and Tennis Club might just be for you! The Edgewood Pool and Tennis Club is a private, member-owned swim and tennis club set on 10 secluded acres in Raynham, Massachusetts. Since its establishment in 1962 the Club has been a well-known, affordable summer haven for local families. For more information click here: http://www.edgewoodpoolandtennisclub.com/ With so much to see and do, Raynham, MA is an easy choice.

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Southeastern Massachusetts in the summer is a great place to live and on occasion act like a tourist. There are so many wonderful things to see an experience right in your own backyard. For starters, head to Norton. Norton Kayak Company offers a guided 3 hour kayak tour of the scenic Norton Reservoir. The tour includes kayak rental/padding lesson from an American canoe and Kayak Association certified instructor. May 1 – Oct. 31 tour times 9am, 1pm, sunset tour. Reservations required. Cost $60 adults $55 teens/seniors. Contact by phone or email: info@nortonkayakco.com.

No sea legs? How about a trip to the Westport Rivers Vineyard? This is one of the most beautiful and picturesque places for miles. Walk the farm, sample the wine, and simply relax and enjoy the day. They are open Mon – Sat from 11am to 5pm year round (except some major holidays).

If you are looking for something that begins with a ticket why not head to historic New Bedford and the Zeiterion Performing Arts Center. The Zeiterion Performing Arts Center presents a broad range of the highest caliber national and international performing artists and programs that speak to the diversity of cultures and interests in the region; Engages and enriches young people and the community’s participation, experience and understanding of the world, the arts and creativity; Actively participates in the revitalization of downtown New Bedford; and provide a welcoming home to resident companies and community groups. Check out a full list of performances at the Zeiterion's website – http://www.zeiterion.org/

These are only a sampling of what this enriched area has to offer. Summer is short in New England – get up and get moving before it's gone!

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