Triton Partners with Food Bank To Fight Student Hunger

TRITON REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT – It’s hard to concentrate on Algebra or the American Civil War if your stomach is rumbling. Thanks to a new partnership between Triton Regional schools and the First Parish Newbury Food Pantry, high school students and Salisbury...

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Gibson Brothers at The Firehouse

NEWBURYPORT – If you are a Bluegrass music fan, here’s some good news to help warm your winter. You don’t have to wait to whet your appetite until the Steel Drivers arrive in late April for the Belleville Roots Music Series performance. The Gibson Brothers are making...

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Greater Newburyport Village Talk on Afghan Culture

In December the Taliban banned the participation of women in higher education. This was just the latest in a series of brutal reversals of the role of women in this country. From noon to 1:00 on Wednesday, January 18th, the Greater Newburyport Village will host Susan...

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Supporting of Kristin Kassner

I am a resident of Ipswich and supporter of Kristin Kassner. I also participated in the recount and witnessed how fair the process is, and what a great job election officials, town clerks and volunteers did! It certainly made me proud to be living in a Democracy where...

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Hendrickson Hands the NACE Reins to St. John

NEWBURYPORT – Twenty years ago, when Vicki Hendrickson approached then-School Superintendent Francis Bresnahan about launching an adult education program, computers were new and people wanted to learn how to use them. Bresnahan agreed, and Hendrickson launched the...

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Newburyport School Honors Four

NEWBURYPORT – Three elementary school students and one teacher were honored last week for demonstrating leadership. School Supt. Sean Gallagher told the school committee members, “We will be hearing from these students again.” The students in the second and third...

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Georgetown’s Pacheco Works for Haverhill on Fridays

GEORGETOWN – When Town Hall is closed on Fridays, Town Administrator Orlando Pacheco works for a former employer, the city of Haverhill, as an energy consultant. Select Board Chair Doug Dawes, in response to a question from the Town Common, wrote in an email that he...

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State Turns Triton Down for New School Buildings

TRITON REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT – The Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) turned down Triton Regional School District’s request to help fund renovation or construction of a new high school/middle school building. Superintendent Brian Forget said last week...

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Tarr Sworn As GOP Leader – Again

REGIONAL – As state Sen. Bruce Tarr of Gloucester was sworn in last week to his seventh term as the Senate Republican leader, the second Essex house seat was left vacant as a special committee tries to decide if Democrat Kristin Kassner or Republican Lenny Mirra won...

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