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(September 13, 2016) - Everyone deserves a warm winter coat, and Caring Partners is ready to kick off the 22nd annual Coats for Kids coat drive sponsored by Anton's Cleaners, Jordan's Furniture and Enterprise Bank.

Coats for Kids will run October 10th through January 6, 2017 with one simple goal - to help individuals who otherwise wouldn't be able to keep themselves and their families warm.

The mountainous state’s 9,304-square-mile triangle of land, which shares borders with Quebec, Maine, Massachusetts and Vermont, is equally famous for its residents’ fiercely independent attitudes.

“Live free or die,” the phrase uttered by colonial general John Stark in the late 18th century and adopted as the state motto, still rings true today.

The story of the Hokule’a dates back to the 1970s when it was originally constructed, sparking a cultural renaissance throughout Polynesia and Hawaii at the time; but the beginning of the story stems from thousands of years ago, when historians believe the Polynesians settled Hawaii.

I was a bit disappointed with Italy's loss to Spain, since I liked that team.

S., New Hampshire lives up to its reputation as a leaf-peeper’s paradise.

In autumn, view the evidence in a drive along the Kancamagus Highway.

Her mother, Clara Louise Peters, was a Mashpee native who met Patrick Keli’inui in Hawaii, before the family moved to Mashpee.

She said that the thought of the Hokule’a coming to the area is still surreal to her, but she knows that the greeting will be a moving moment.