St. George’s Classical Academy Opening in Boxford

REGIONAL – If you are planning where your children should attend school next fall, a new private school has opened for students in kindergarten through fifth grade at the First Church Congregational in Boxford. Called the St. George’s Classical Academy, the school is...

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Topsfield Movie Night Is Back

TOPSFIELD - Come to the Topsfield Fair for a Movie Night on Thursday, June 27 at the Arena on the fairgrounds. Featuring the movie Encanto that tells the story of a Colombian teenage girl that has to face the frustration of being the only member of her family without...

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Civil War Roundtable of the Merrimack

Civil War Roundtable of the Merrimack This month’s meeting will be held on Wednesday, June 12, from 7:30 to 9:30 PM at the Hilton Senior Center, 43 Lafayette Road Salisbury, MA We will be joined this month by author Derek D. Maxfield who will give a presentation on...

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Happy to Chat bench donated to Rowley Public Library

Happy to Chat bench donated to Rowley Public Library The Rowley Library has recently installed a new Happy To Chat Bench, donated by the Ipswich-Rowley Rotary. The idea is that anyone sitting on this bench, located by the side entranceway to the Library, would be...

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Hillside Rest Home celebrating 60th Anniversary

Hillside Rest Home celebrating 60th Anniversary Amesbury - Hillside Rest Home, located at 29 Hillside Avenue, is celebrating its’ 60th Anniversary this year. The colonial revival home, which was originally the home of a local carriage maker, was converted to a rest...

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Great Beach Reads All Summer Long

Great Beach Reads All Summer Long NEWBURYPORT - Looking for great “beach reads” for the summer? The new Friends’ Beach Reads cart at the Newburyport Public Library is stocked with paperbacks for your reading pleasure. All paperbacks are $2 each with a 2 book per day...

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Forgotten Souls No More

NEWBURYPORT – At least 18 African-American, former residents of this port city were buried a century ago in the Oak Hill Burying Ground without headstones, but last week they were no forgotten no more. Almost 100 current residents gathered at the bottom of the hill...

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