"After being closed for much of the season, the playground at the DelCarte Conservation Area reopened on Saturday.
The Pleasant Street playground, which fits into the surrounding park with its resemblance to a tree, first opened in fall 2014, said Town Administrator Jeffrey Nutting.
"We discovered this spring that a couple of cracks had developed in and around the playground equipment," he said. "We were concerned about what went wrong, so we called the company to fix it."
Nutting said, after some time, the company came out do the needed repairs.
"It's been closed all summer," Nutting said, noting that, while there was no warranty, the company did cover the cost of the work."
|DelCarte playground has reopened after being repaired|
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"Fletcher Field was packed with Wiffle ball players Saturday, with a several simultaneous games occurring side by side.
The players were taking part in the Random Smile Project's Third Annual Wiffle Ball Tournament, an event designed to benefit the local charity.
Colleen Swenson, one of the members of Random Smiles, said participation in this year's tournament was strong.
"Right now, we have about 30 teams," she said. "Every year, we add on a few teams.""Continue reading the article online (subscription may be required)