ROWLEY - It is with heavy hearts that we announce the peaceful passing of Jack L. Cook, who left us at home, surrounded by his loving family, on June 18, 2024. Born on October 22,1941, at Cable Hospital to the late Leonard and Bertha Cook, Jack was a proud lifelong...

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May Named Acting Chief

May Named Acting Chief By Stewart Lytle, Reporter ROWLEY — For 36 years, Stephen May has dreamed he might serve this town as its police chief. As of last week, his wish was realized. The dream started when he was hired as a part-time police dispatcher in 1988 and was...

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Hike New England

Hiking New England Thursday, June 20, 6:30PM at the Rowley Library Join author Jeff Romano for a slideshow presentation highlighting hiking opportunities throughout New England. The program will cover destinations in all six states with a focus on itineraries featured...

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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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Local Election Results – Georgetown Must Cut Millions

REGIONAL – Town officials in Georgetown are scrambling to cope with being millions of dollars in the red next year after voters turned down a proposed $2.5 million tax increase in town elections last week. And they will have to slice the town budget, a daunting task...

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Pride at the Library

ROWLEY — Celebrate Your Pride all month at the public library with fun activities. The library is hosting a painting class for all ages to celebrate LGBTQIA+ Pride Month from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on June 1. Create a painting that reflects the significance of Pride Month...

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3A Housing Mandate Opposed

REGIONAL – Several North Shore towns appear to be girding for battle with the state government, opposing the mandate for MBTA communities to build multi-family housing. At their Town Meetings last week, Rowley, Georgetown and West Newbury were among towns across the...

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100 Years of Boston Comedy

100 Years of Boston Comedy Wednesday, May 22, 6:30PM at the Rowley Library Arts journalist Nick Zaino explores Boston’s long history of comedy, from vaudeville to YouTube, highlighting some of the personalities that have defined laughter in America for 100 years. Fred...

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Come Visit the Barn at Bradstreet

ROWLEY – The Barn at Bradstreet, one of the most in-demand wedding venues on the North Shore, is again hosting farm-to-table dinners, featuring produce and staples from local farms, including the popular Chicadee Farms. On 7 acres, the nation’s second oldest...

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