The latest installment of A Charmed Life is in Graybyrd's inbox, but he was headed out of town this week, so I don't believe he's been able to get to it yet. I will post it as soon as I am able.
It also occurred to me earlier today that other than for the Town of Greenwich, I have not included help with the proper pronunciations of town names in Massachusetts which appear in the story (as well as selected others). To rectify that oversight, I offer the guide below:
Massachusetts Town Name Pronunciation Guide
(CAPITAL letters indicate which syllable to stress)
Concord: CONcurd (CAHNkid)
Gardner: GARDner (adding "-hey" at the end optional)
Groton: GROTTun (rhymes with "cotton")
Harvard: HAHvid (or HAHvud)
Medford: MEDferd (occasionally MEFFuhd)
New Salem: new SAILem
Nauset: NAWsit (rhymes with "faucet")
Ware: WEAR (where?)
Worcester: WUSSter (note the lack of an "H" sound)
PS: Say these as fast as possible for more authenticity.