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Photo by Mark Garrison of the Rocky Point Foundation
ENVIRONMENTAL AWARD: The Rocky Point Foundation was recognized Tuesday for its role in saving 82 acres of the former amusement park as public land. Presenting the award to foundation president John Howell are Lynne Hamjian, left, and Deputy Regional Administrator Deb Szaro.

Kelly Fredericks has a plan for the first flight to use an extended Green Airport runway on Dec. 7, 2017 … and so far it is coming together just the way he had hoped. And even better, it’s coming together under budget.

In recent weeks, bids for the construction of the relocated Winslow Park softball and soccer fields came in $1.4 million under budget. Then, last Friday the Department of Environmental Management (DEM) approved a wetlands … more

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