Thursday, May 16, 2013
New England's largest children's bookstore has moved from Park Street to Main Street.
Park Street Books & Toys has relocated its new store to 504 Main Street. The first thing you notice when you walk into New England's largest children's bookstore, is the massive mural that starts at the door and winds upstairs to the second floor. The colorful and winding mural was created by Montana Gulbrand, a junior at Walpole High School who works at the store, and the customers are talking about it, says owner Jim James. "It's amazing and people really love it," said James who estimates it took Montana about 70 hours to complete the work. She and her friend Keiko are now creating another mural on the outside of the building, and will also do more painting inside. "It's a work in progress," James said of his new space. On a recent …
Monday, February 25, 2013
What does it look like outside your window this morning?
Well, the snow finally arrived, and it's not four inches (and that's okay) but it does look pretty. What does it look like outside your window this morning?
Friday, October 26, 2012
If storm takes more northern track, significant impacts possible to New England.
The latest track of Hurricane Sandy has the storm pushing farther west according to this morning’s meteorologist reports. The National Hurricane Center has the center of the storm going either into Southern New Jersey or Delaware. This is a constantly changing storm and a more northern track, which is possible, would bring more significant impacts into New England. Receive updates to this story and other breaking news in your inbox or smartphone by signing up for our newsletter here According to WHDH Meteorologist Chris Lambert, the current likely scenario would bring wind and rain Monday afternoon through Tuesday with wind gusts of 40-60 mph, mostly onshore, strongest at coast with up to 5 inches of rain expected throughout the storm’s …