Rogers School

Rogers School
The Rogers School consulting group continues their work narrowing down the possibilities for the historic Fairhaven building's future.
At Thursday's meeting at town hall, consulting group Kirk and Company spoke about how town demographics along with certain tax credits could affect the…
Rogers School's Future
Fairhaven residents packed into the town hall auditorium Tuesday night to talk about the Rogers School.
A number of town officials along with members of the consulting firm hired to analyze the property, Kirk and Company, took suggestions from the crowd and answered questions...
Bell To Come Down At Rogers School On Saturday
The historic bell at Rogers School in Fairhaven will be coming down on Saturday, July 30.  The bell was cast by William Blake & Co. in 1885 and weighs 980 pounds.  It is being removed for safety reasons and the public is invited to come see it removed.
Rogers School
After one developer withdrew their interest in the Rogers School, Fairhaven will look to get creative to find a new use for the historic building.
At Monday's Board of Selectmen meeting, Selectman Bob Espindola suggested using the same negotiation committee for the Oxford School to com…
Senior Housing at Oxford School
On Monday night, Fairhaven's historic Oxford school took a major step toward becoming senior housing.
The Fairhaven Board of Selectmen voted 2-to-1 for the Stratford Group's proposal to turn the North Fairhaven building into 62+ residences...
Oxford Surplus Sale Success
Hundreds of people walked through the Oxford Elementary School gym in Fairhaven for potentially the last time Saturday and left with carloads of surplus school equipment.
Oxford/Rogers Schools Hoping To Get More Offers With New RFP
Fairhaven's historic Rogers and Oxford schools are still looking for new owners, but changes to proposal requirements could change that.
The Board of Selectmen spent over 2 hours on Wednesday night modifying the Request For Proposals draft, hoping to attract more bids on the properties...

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