Banter Barbershop Continues Heritage of Hair

NEWBURYPORT – The barber shop has long been a gathering place for men to get a trim and a shave, but even more to see old friends, make new ones, catch up on the latest, and above all, talk. Banter Barber and Clothier, as the name suggests, embraces that tradition on...

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Northeast Arc Raises $3.2 million for the Disabled

REGIONAL – Northeast Arc raised more than $3.2 million in a three-year campaign for its Center for Linking Lives at Liberty Tree Mall in Danvers that serves individuals with autism and other disabilities. More than 150 members of the Northeast Arc community gathered...

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Merrimack Valley Christian Film Festival is Returning!

Merrimack Valley Christian Film Festival is Returning! Over the years, the Merrimack Valley Christian Film Festival had the opportunity to show many “new releases” including Facing the Giants, End of the Spear, Courageous, Left Behind, and many more. Special guest...

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When Sewage Flows Down the River

MERRIMACK VALLEY – Warm weather is coming, and boaters, yacht owners, kayakers, dogs and ducks must again contend with raw sewage floating down the Merrimack River. While the fight up and down the river to rid it of untreated sewage is limping along, the city of...

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Local Banks in Strong Shape

REGIONAL – As the federal and state government take steps to protect regional banks from the current crisis, North Shore banks issued statements to reassure depositors that all is well. “With unsettling financial headlines dominating the news recently, I want to...

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Mello Expected to Submit New Trash Station Proposal

GEORGETOWN – G. Mello Disposal Corp. is expected to submit a new application in the coming weeks to the town’s Planning Board for its proposed trash transfer station on Carleton Drive. But it will be limited to 250 tons per day, not 500 tons originally proposed. The...

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Parking at Crane Beach Gets Pricier

IPSWICH — Out-of-town visitors to Crane Beach will soon have less money in their wallets. Ipswich residents will not be affected. The Crane Estate and Beach Trustees of Reservations will phase out the beach parking permit over the next few months and replace it with a...

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