Salisbury Selectmen Welcome Harrington Back

SALISBURY – With mixed emotions all around, Town Manager Neil Harrington returned full-time to his desk at town hall last Wednesday after the results of the Salem special election proved he will not be the Witch City’s 50th mayor. “I know he really wanted to be mayor...

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Rowley Outnumbered on Triton Budget

TRITON REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT — Rowley got outvoted last week at the Salisbury Town Meeting, which approved that town’s $15 million assessment next year for the Triton Regional School District budget. Rowley, which narrowly approved a cut in its assessment for...

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Georgetown Elects Smith as SelectBoard Chair

GEORGETOWN – Amy Smith was elected as the chair of the SelectBoard and Robert Hoover is the new board clerk in a major changing of the guard at the top of town government. Smith was elected by the new majority on the board that includes newly elected Robert Hoover and...

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Learn More About Medical Aid In Dying (MAID)

Learn More About Medical Aid In Dying (MAID) Wed, May 24, 7pm via Zoom Ten states and the District of Columbia have passed legislation allowing terminally ill patients, who meet very stringent criteria and oversight, to obtain medical treatment options to hasten their...

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Ipswich Receives Metropolitan Area Planning Council Grant

IPSWICH — Town Manager Stephen Crane is pleased to share that the Town of Ipswich has received grant funding courtesy of the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) to provide technical assistance for Phase I of the Town’s Section 3A work. The $40,000 in grant...

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Marcia Ball Will Make You Smile

NEWBURYPORT – Marcia Ball is “A force of nature,” as Belleville Roots founder Ken Irwin describes her. The song writer, piano player and soulful singer will bring her triple threat act here Saturday to put a smile on the face of every concert goer. Ball, a multiple...

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Town Elects New SelectBoard Majority

GEORGETOWN – In what appears to be a major changing of the guard at the top of town government, the voters here last week ousted a veteran member of the Select Board and elected two new members of the board who are expected to choose a new chair. Robert Hoover and...

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Honor Veterans on Memorial Day

ROWLEY — The Rowley Veterans Committee (RVC) is planning a major Memorial Day parade on Monday, May 29, with bag pipes and drums, the Old Nancy cannon and a flag raising at noon at the Town Common. The committee may also have a surprise for all who attend. Rowley...

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No New Town Hall

NEWBURY — It’s back to the drawing board for those who believe this town needs a new government center. To decide on the controversial project’s future will be two new leaders on the Board of Selectmen, including one who won without having her name on the ballot....

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