May Named Acting Chief

May Named Acting Chief

May Named Acting Chief By Stewart Lytle, Reporter ROWLEY — For 36 years, Stephen May has dreamed he might serve this town as its police chief. As of last week, his wish was realized. The dream started when he was hired as a part-time police dispatcher in 1988 and was nurtured through a career in the department, rising in the ranks until he retired seven years ago as the executive officer/lieutenant supervising his fellow officers and civilian personnel. When the chief was absent, May assumed his responsibilities....

100 Years of Boston Comedy

100 Years of Boston Comedy Wednesday, May 22, 6:30PM at the Rowley Library Arts journalist Nick Zaino explores Boston’s long history of comedy, from...

Anti-Racism Series Final Session

Anti-Racism Series Final Session The Public is Invited to Take Part in Newburyport Anti-Racism Series Final Session on Thursday, May 16. Help Create...

Pentucket Spring Concert Schedule

Pentucket Spring Concert Schedule WEST NEWBURY -- Students in the Pentucket Regional School District (PRSD) Fine and Performing Arts Department will be showcasing their work at the following free events unless otherwise noted. All community members...

Real Estate: Say What?

Being a REALTOR® I sometimes forget that my buyers or sellers are not familiar with all the real estate lingo. Therefore, when I say things like EMD or HOA and you look at me like I have two heads. I need to remind myself that everyone isn’t in the...

Brighter Smiles: What is Right… for You

Let’s use this hypothetical situation: You have not been to dentist in a while (pick a time frame), you are well aware you need some dental work, you were given the recommendation of a dentist by a friend…..and, you decide to visit that dentist and...

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May Named Acting Chief

May Named Acting Chief

May Named Acting Chief By Stewart Lytle, Reporter ROWLEY — For 36 years, Stephen May has dreamed he might serve this town as its police chief. As of last week, his wish was realized. The dream started when he was hired as a part-time police dispatcher in 1988 and was nurtured through a career in the department, rising in the ranks until he retired seven years ago as the executive officer/lieutenant supervising his fellow officers and civilian personnel. When the chief was absent, May assumed his responsibilities....

Ipswich River Watershed Association Awarded $90,000 Cummings Grant

Ipswich River Watershed Association Awarded $90,000 Cummings Grant Ipswich nonprofit receives 3 years of funding from Cummings Foundation Ipswich, June 4, 2024 – Ipswich River Watershed Association (IRWA) is one of 150 local nonprofit that will share in $30 million through Cummings Foundation’s major annual grants program. The Ipswich-based organization was selected from a total of 715 applicants during a competitive review process. It will...

Salisbury Awarded Grant to Enhance Oil Spill Prevention and Response Capabilities

Salisbury Awarded Grant to Enhance Oil Spill Prevention and Response Capabilities SALISBURY – The Healey-Driscoll Administration today announced that more than $691,000 in grants have been awarded to nine municipalities, three non-profit community groups, and two private organizations as part of the Marine Oil Spill Prevention and Response Act (MOSPRA) Grant Program. The MOSPRA Program, administered by Massachusetts Department of Environmental...

Hillside Rest Home celebrating 60th Anniversary

Hillside Rest Home celebrating 60th Anniversary

Hillside Rest Home celebrating 60th Anniversary Amesbury - Hillside Rest Home, located at 29 Hillside Avenue, is celebrating its’ 60th Anniversary this year. The colonial revival home, which was originally the home of a local carriage maker, was converted to a rest home in 1964 by a local family who were 3rd generation caregivers dating back to 1925. In 2022, members of that family searched for another family to continue their legacy of caring...

Ipswich Police Department Supports Students During Project “Sticker Shock”

Ipswich Police Department Supports Students During Project “Sticker Shock”

IPSWICH — Last week, Ipswich Police Department officers supported Ipswich Public School students during a project to raise awareness about the dangers of underage drinking. Project Sticker Shock involved students and officers attending partnering liquor stores and applying stickers on cases and cartons of alcoholic beverages stating that, “If they can’t buy it, don’t supply it.” The stickers warn that supplying alcohol to persons under 21 can...

100 Years of Boston Comedy

100 Years of Boston Comedy Wednesday, May 22, 6:30PM at the Rowley Library Arts journalist Nick Zaino explores Boston’s long history of comedy, from...

Anti-Racism Series Final Session

Anti-Racism Series Final Session The Public is Invited to Take Part in Newburyport Anti-Racism Series Final Session on Thursday, May 16. Help Create...

Real Estate: Say What?

Being a REALTOR® I sometimes forget that my buyers or sellers are not familiar with all the real estate lingo. Therefore, when I say things like EMD...

Brighter Smiles: What is Right… for You

Let’s use this hypothetical situation: You have not been to dentist in a while (pick a time frame), you are well aware you need some dental work, you were given the recommendation of a dentist by a friend…..and, you decide to visit that dentist and four other dentists to compare and make a decision who is the best fit for you. (I realize that most people don’t want to and/or don’t have the time to visit five dentists….but play along). You...

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