Articles tagged with troystake
The setting was the lovely and comfortable West Falmouth home of Bob and Melissa Hamilton. The occasion was dinner cooked by me and music provided by local a cappella group Notescape.
I pondered the concept of taxation without representation and the specific events that led the Sons of Liberty to hurl a tea shipment into Boston Harbor in December of 1773. My thoughts then turned to some Falmouthites facing a similar plight: the...
The election of Susan Moran and Sam Patterson to the board of selectmen will most certainly alter the chemistry of our group of chief elected officials.
Let’s join Karen, Mike, Joe, Pat, Janey and Kalpy in looking forward and supporting this game-changer. Vote Yes on Question 3.
Virginia Valiela and John Waterbury are making a dire forecast: If we don’t invest in our wastewater and water infrastructure, our environment and by direct relation our economy, is in fact in jeopardy.
You can call me an enlightened and engaged citizen. On the other hand, you can suggest that I need a life and some more robust entertainment therein. You can suggest that I’m a committed Falmouthite who cares about our community, or you can just...
If you see the admiral around town, salute him for his service to our nation, and thank him for his service to humankind.
This week Troy celebrates George Moses' 100th birthday.
This week Troy hands out his Falmouth Town Meeting Trophies