Monthly Archives: November 2010

Street of stories

The old houses and buildings sit snug along the curving road: a 1741 Georgian, a 1750 Colonial, an 1810 Federal, an 1839 Greek Revival. In all, there are nearly 60 historically significant structures along the mile of Main Street between … Continue reading

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Salt Box auctioned

This time it happened. Today’s rescheduled foreclosure auction of the familiar Salt Box building and the four lots associated with it concluded with an emphatic “Sold!” from the auctioneer. The previous attempt at auctioning the property, in August, had been … Continue reading

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Spotlight on town center

The Bolton Conservation Trust devoted its fall newsletter to a penetrating analysis of what is at stake and what is at risk with regard to the future of the town center. Followers of this blog may recognize some of the … Continue reading

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A post with legs

Here are the top ten posts on this blog for October 2010 (by number of views). With one exception, this list is a predictable sampling of the newer and most newsworthy posts. The exception is Since you asked, which was … Continue reading

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