Aunt Sukey’s Way runs roughly northwest-by-north, 0.21 mile, from 30 Harry Kemp Way to a terminal rotary. It extends beyond Continue reading
Aunt Sukey’s Way — no, I’m afraid I don’t yet know who she was — is a distant vestige of Continue reading
Baker Avenue runs generally west-by-north, about 0.03 mile, from 12 Pearl Street to 153 Bradford Street.
Bangs Street runs generally northwest-by-north, about 0.16 mile, from 452 Commercial Street to 10 Willow Drive.
Bayberry Avenue runs generally east-by-north, about 0.45 mile, between two terminal rotaries.
Bayberry Avenue is the central corridor, the spine, through the enormous Meadowview Heights subdivision — a sprawling 74-lot development project Continue reading
Bayview Avenue runs roughly east-by-north, about 0.01 mile, from 15 Hobson Avenue to 21 Dewey Avenue.
Harley F. Williamson of Springfield, Mass., purchased 100 acres of land at the Provincetown-Truro line in 1915 to develop what Continue reading