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Wednesday October 18, 2017 (4 weeks, 1 day ago)


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Officials from Wareham’s Department of Natural Resources are hoping someone can help a rascally rabbit make its way home. “The Easter Bunny came early on Old Onset Road,” department representatives wrote on Facebook on Wednesday morning. “He was seen running down the road, and decided to hitch a ride with a visiting nurse.” The writer clarified: “Yes he hopped into the back seat of a vehicle. He brought no candy ...

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