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Remembering Buck Iannacone

Alphonse “Buck” Iannacone — the 2012 Memorial Day parade grand marshal, a 61-year PAL volunteer, and a Bronze Star and Purple Heart winner for his military service during the Battle of the Bulge — died Friday. 321 more words


Putting A New Stamp On Saugatuck

If you’re one of the many Westporters peeved by the Playhouse Square post office: Help is at hand.

A new branch opens next month in Saugatuck. 187 more words

Local Business

Memorial Tattoos

I have about a billion ideas for memorial tattoos….ok I have around 20. I thought about what was meaningful to us. I listed. I brainstormed. I thought about placement and in the end I decided to get two of my brilliant ideas to start. 347 more words

Loss Of Loved One

Another Park. Another Plan?

For many years, Luciano Park was a thriving neighborhood playground.

For 2 years during college, in fact, my summer job was supervising the small Saugatuck spot, between the railroad station and parking lot. 305 more words

Looking Back

A Good Westport Parking Story: The (Unfortunate) Sequel

Earlier today, “06880” posted a rare good parking story: An electric vehicle was actually able to find a spot by the railroad charging station. 58 more words


They Said It Couldn't Be Done: A GOOD Westport Parking Story

And one involving a BMW, no less.

At first glance, this looks simple enough: A car parked where it’s supposed to be:

But alert “06880” reader Ernest Lorimer — who spotted this, and sent along the photo — provides an intriguing back story: 102 more words


Saugatuck, MI

Over the long 4th of July weekend I went with my family + Hilarie, minus Laura :-( , to Saugatuck Michigan where we got to enjoy the harbor and the beach on Lake Michigan.   287 more words