When Sewage Flows Down the River

MERRIMACK VALLEY – Warm weather is coming, and boaters, yacht owners, kayakers, dogs and ducks must again contend with raw sewage floating down the Merrimack River. While the fight up and down the river to rid it of untreated sewage is limping along, the city of...

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Salisbury Beach Carousel Construction and Opening Update

Drive down Broadway at Salisbury Beach Center and the majestic new Historic Carousel building beckons! This summer, inside the stunning octagonal carousel roundhouse, visitors will once again experience the joy of riding a historic carousel. Slated to open in May...

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Salisbury Manager Running for Salem Mayor – Again

REGIONAL — Since it became obvious that Kim Driscoll would be the Commonwealth’s next lieutenant governor, the people of Salem, where she has served as mayor for 17 years, “are understandably anxious,” said Salem resident Neil Harrington. The loss of Driscoll, the...

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Buried Pirates Or Settlers?

SALISBURY — When former town selectman Charles Geary’s requested last year that the town allow his wife, Barbara, and him to be buried in what appeared to be an empty section of the historic and closed Colonial Cemetery, he unearthed a mystery that may trace its...

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Local Students Make Dean’s List At Hofstra University

HEMPSTEAD, NY — Hofstra University congratulates the students named to the Spring 2022 Dean's List for their outstanding academic achievement. Students must earn a grade point average of at least 3.5 during the semester to make the Dean's List. Local students earning...

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New Cable/Internet Company Coming to North Shore

NORTH SHORE – Residents of Amesbury, Haverhill, Merrimac and Salisbury may soon have a choice in what company brings cable TV, Internet and phone services into their homes and businesses.  Breezeline, formerly Atlantic Broadband, has applied to several North Shore...

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A Petition to Save Endangered Buildings

SALISBURY – The chair of the Historical Commission is asking residents to sign a petition online to preserve two buildings on Ring’s Island, built in the 1800s.  The commission voted last month to ask the town’s Board of Selectmen to nominate the Community Meeting...

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