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The Neighborhood Files
At some point or another, we all need to let go of the items that only cause clutter and stress; the best way to do that is to have a yard sale and you can advertise your sale for free on the Marlborough Patch!
Government, Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
Thousands pack Wilmington Town Common to pay tribute to a hometown hero.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
It's Presidents' Day and we have information on what is open and closed in the city.
Chairs and other objects always pop up in shoveled-out spots after each snowstorm. Legally, there's no basis for it, but: is this a neighborhood rule where you live? Do you abide by the "he who dug it" code?
Business, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Here's this week's best in Craigslist posts around the area.
The deadline for our weekly photo contest is 6 p.m. Monday.
Our photo contest series started in the fall with a different category each week. See all the winners side-by-side in our slideshow.
If you're anything like us, you've taken hundreds, even thousands: show us your favorite and you could win a prize.
Readers have spent nearly a week uploading photos. We've crowned our winner.
Monday is the deadline to enter our contest, which gives you the chance to win a gift card.
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