Butler’s Toothpick May Be Restored

REGIONAL – Since 1873, ship’s captains, fishermen and recreational boaters have used an odd looking, wooden triangle on the Salisbury side of the Merrimack River as a daytime navigational marker. Nicknamed Ben Butler’s Toothpick after the Civil War general,...

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City Moving to Build More Tennis Courts

NEWBURYPORT -- As long as the Newburyport high school girls’ tennis team continues its winning way, the school may soon be able to host the state championships on new courts at the Nock Middle School. The Community Preservation Commission has approved the Newburyport...

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Time to Learn Something Fun

REGIONAL -- It’s time for spring cleaning and the Newburyport Adult and Community Education program (NACE) wants to help you declutter your home. The spring session of the popular adult learning program, which begins on April 22 and ends June 5, offers a diverse...

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Belleville Church to Become Cultural Center

NEWBURYPORT—The evolution of the Belleville Congregational Church’s meeting house is about to take another major step forward to become a community arts center. The Massachusetts Cultural Council has awarded The Belleville Arts Foundation (BAF) a $35,000 feasibility...

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State Tennis Champs Ask for New Courts

NEWBURYPORT – For the last two years the Newburyport High School girls’ tennis team has won the state championship, but always with other teams hosting the championships. Newburyport trains outstanding players, whose record entitled them to be the host for the...

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Pictures with A Purpose

NEWBURYPORT – To celebrate Black History Month, the city has installed its latest edition of black initiative signage at the playground on Inn Street. The sign, one of about a dozen going up around the city, will be unveiled by Mayor Sean Reardon at 4 p.m., Tuesday,...

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Residents’ Input Sought on Bike Share Concept

Residents' Input Sought on Bike Share Concept NEWBURYPORT, MA — Newburyport Livable Streets (NLS) has been exploring the feasibility of establishing a small bike share system in the city. A bike share system could benefit both residents and visitors by providing a...

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