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Kyle Harney Wins Award for His Work at New England Villiage
Our own Kyle Harney received a really cool trophy in front of a thousand people today at the ADDP awards luncheon, for his work on PTN's "Cooking with Kenny & Kyle." Congratulations Kyle and to Kenny too.
2,000 North American White Cedar Trees
were substantially planted at Windswept Bogs this past weekend.
Help Conservation Commission members Art Egerton and Rick Madden plant the remainder of North Atlantic White Cedar trees on Windswept Bogs. We will schedule a day soon, but it anyone has time and wants to plant some trees, get in touch with us and we can make arrangements.
Barrett Distribution Centers and Mark Sotir, the chairman of Pembroke Conservation have provided transportation of the trees from New Jersey.
Pembroke Collision took care of the local transportation of the trees.
Bay Circuit Trail gets ready for summer hiking
The Appalachian Mountain Club was in town recently marking the trails and picking up trash at the Veterans Commemorative Town Forest, part of the Bay Circuit Trail, on School Street.
Kyle Harney hosts
5 Minutes With... Peg Struzik and Julie Caruso, the ladies from the Firehouse Food Pantry. They are holding the 3rd Annual Spring Fling at the
Pembroke Community Middle School
on April 27th.
Join us for hilarious birthday cake frosting and so much more on
Cooking with Kenny & Kyle
Our Latest Stories...
Our acting Town Manager Ed Thorne presented to the Board of Zoning & Building Appeals that our town now has more than ten percent of the low-income housing required by the state.
The ZBA then voted to not make a decision and still hear the plan for the proposed Water Street development, but with the caveat that they can deny the proposal based on this information. The proposed development would include fifty-six residences on the banks of the North River. PTN spoke to a few of the people involved and we have this video for you.
The Pembroke Herring Fisheries Commission began its annual stream cleanup last weekend. This is the season for getting this work done, because in a few weeks, the migration will begin again. Plans are coming together to clear excess plant growth in Mill Pond as well.
This Quatrefoil Drones video is made at the site of the proposed neighborhood north of Rte. 139 on Water Street. The trees, birds, fish, and all the animals that live in this area all need your help in making sure that this area is kept for them. This is not just another patch of woods. It along the North River. This water was abused by our people until the second half of the 1800s.