The majority of the information on this site has been created as blog entries with an associated date. This makes it easy to see everything in a “timeline” fashion, so that you not only know what you are looking at, you can see how it relates to other things in time. There is a lot of information, though, and a lot of it might just not be interesting to a particular visitor. For that reason, everything has been “categorized” to make it easier to find what you are interested in.
For example, if you just want to see the filings of the interveners in Probate Court, look under “Categories” and click on the “Interveners” link below “Probate Court Filings”. All the posts with filings will be shown in reverse date order. The annoyance is that to actually see the full text of the post and the attached filing, you must click on the heading of the post. I couldn’t figure out how to make the links appear in the “preview” page; if anyone is particularly clever with WordPress and has any suggestions on how to improve this, click on the Contact link above.
You may notice that some posts are categorized in multiple places. For example, there is an “Appraisals” category that contains some of the same posts from the School Committee and Feoffee Probate Court filings. If you have any thoughts on categorization, or have particular information you were hoping to find that you couldn’t find, click on that Contact link.
Finally, if you want to be notified when something is added to the site, particularly action opportunities, click on the little “Follow” button that should be on the lower right of your web browser screen.
Thanks for your interest.