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Quality Cash Market’s Tony Heath has been cutting meat for 50 years

We’re willing to bet Tony Heath has been cutting meat longer than you’ve been doing just about anything. After all, he’s been at it for 50 years now (not consecutively, of course. He does go home to sleep sometimes.) Heath is the owner of Quality Cash Market on Eastman Street, and the market is celebrating its… 0

July 21, 2015
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That’s Moe Duncan with bacon wrapped steaks. Yeah, you heard us. No wonder it’s the best selling steak in the joint, according to Heath. 0

July 21, 2015
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Tony Heath doing what he does best, cutting a big ole’ slab of meat into smaller, more manageable slabs of meat. 0

July 21, 2015
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Richie Clar takes in a beautiful afternoon at Hothole Pond. 0

July 21, 2015
Drop some knowledge on us

We want to know everything we can about this old town pound thing

If you spend any amount of time driving on North State Street, you’ve probably developed successful coping strategies for road rage. But you’ve also probably noticed the old Town Pound. We sure did. And we’ve always wondered exactly what it was all about. After, oh, about three years of saying we’d stop and… 0

July 7, 2015
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There wasn’t any livestock in the town pound when we stopped by, but we’re keeping a close eye on Old Man Thompson’s pigs – they’ve been creating quite a ruckus in the neighborhood lately. The next time one gets loose, we’re gating it in this inpenetrable fortress that consists of very short walls and a… 0

July 7, 2015
Progress report

Here are 10 of our favorite things about the Main Street project so far

With half of Main Street about half done (do the math, try to keep up), here’s the best stuff we’ve found down there. 0

July 7, 2015
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With half of Main Street about half done (do the math, try to keep up), here’s the best stuff we’ve found down there 0

July 7, 2015
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10. This rock We think the downtown planners are hopeful that this rock will play a critical role in bringing other active, young professional rocks to the new downtown. 0

July 7, 2015
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9. More green things!Is that a garden? We hope they planted a cactus in there like we requested. Either way, this appealing greenery is connected to the end of the raised walking area in the previous photo. 0

July 7, 2015