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Third Grade Program

Thanks to the hard work of Linda Secondini and the many volunteers who helped out, this year's third grade school program was once again a great success. Third graders from Central, Colonial Park, Robin Hood, South, and St. Patrick's School
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Historical Society Field Trips!

Historical Society members and guests at the Commonwealth Museum. The Stoneham Historical Society's inaugural Field Trip series was recently launched with a small group of members and guests enjoying a VIP tour of the Commonwealth Museum at 220 Morrissey Blvd
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This 1938 photo provided by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Dept. of Commerce shows the Bureau of Commercial Fisheries building on the south side of Main Street in Woods Hole, Mass., during the Hurricane of 1938. It's been nearly 73 years since the Great New England Hurricane of 1938 _ one of the most powerful, destructive storms ever to hit southern New England, as another massive storm bears down.(AP Photo/C&GS Season's Report Thomas 1938-84/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/Dept. of Commerce)

The End of the World: The Great New England Hurricane of 1938

On September 21, 1938, a massive hurricane hit New York and New England, to the surprise of all residents. The Great New England Hurricane, one of the most destructive storms in American history, caused more than six hundred deaths and
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Browse Mass Memories Road Images

Stephen and Paul Rotondi share their family history in this video encouraging people to attend the Mass. Memories Road Show in Stoneham, MA.

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