Ipswich Public Library Author Series: Julia Glass

Ipswich - Ipswich Public Library announces the next featured author for the 2023 Louise & Hugh Johnson Author Series: Julia Glass. Thursday, September 28 (7:30 p.m.) at the Ipswich Country Club (148 Country Club Way, Ipswich, MA). Free. Registration required. Limited...

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LaFrance Recognized as Heroine

IPSWICH -- Lori LaFrance is no stranger to being recognized by prestigious national organizations for her work on environmental issues with students at Ipswich High School. LaFrance, who has been teaching science for 17 years to mostly juniors and seniors, was one of...

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Complete Healthcare, an Invitation

Many call them alternatives to medical care. I think of them as complementary, which means healthcare services you use in addition to seeing your doctor. That is, I’m glad when my pain patients have seen their doctor to rule out conditions I can’t treat, and I refer...

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Ipswich Fish & Game Club Urges Opposition to HB 4420

The Ipswich Fish and Game Club has recently notified the public and it's membership of it's opposition to the upcoming HB4420. The club recently directed interested parties to review the recent posting on the Gun Owners Action League (GOAL) website at...

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Waldingfield to Become Ora Headquarters

IPSWICH — Unless its neighbors file another lawsuit to stop it, the Waldingfield estate, which traces its history to 1638, may soon be undergoing major renovations to become a corporate campus. The Massachusetts Land Court has turned down an appeal by the Friends of...

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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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Ipswich Students Raise $17,000 to Fight Hunger

IPSWICH — The Ipswich Middle School Walk for Hunger on April 14 raised $17,000 for the Open Door by more than 300 sixth, seventh, and eighth grade students. Furthermore, the students pledged to walk approximately 10 miles from High Street to Great Neck. “Year after...

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