Solace for Stephanie Helps 100th Cancer Victim

Solace for Stephanie Helps 100th Cancer Victim By Stewart Lytle REGIONAL – An 82-year-old Salisbury woman suffering with stage 4 cancer was distraught that she could not keep her house clean. MaryAnn “Mo” Levasseur, a founder of Solace for Stephanie, heard about the...

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Clark School Students Celebrate National Adoption Day

Clark School Students Celebrate National Adoption Day By Stewart Lytle REGIONAL – On National Adoption Day, last Friday, 13 children, along with three rocking horses, painted by students at the Clark School in Rowley, were adopted and given new homes. Essex County...

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Veterans Honored

ROWLEY – At 11 a.m. last Friday, the 11th day of the 11th month, Bob Breaker, a Coast Guard veteran and chair of the town’s Veterans Committee, raised the American flag in front of Town Hall to fly above four newly cleaned granite markers honoring local veterans who...

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Jim Wilson Was A Wonderful Man

No matter what Jim Wilson was into on any day, Bill Brett, his boss for years in the Boston Globe photography department, recalls that if you asked how things were going, he always said, “Wonderful.” Even last week when a stroke, induced by chemotherapy treatments to...

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Vote By Tuesday!

REGIONAL — Redistricting every 10 years usually brings change to the political landscape as district lines are moved. This year, the impact of redistricting combined with legislators leaving office for other posts may be a near complete makeover of the North Shore’s...

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Yankee Homecoming Kicks Off This Weekend

NEWBURYPORT – Paul Bushey, the general chair of Yankee Homecoming, predicts the numbers of people at events starting this weekend will be substantially up from attendance even before the Pandemic struck. “People are chomping at the bit for things to get back to...

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Veterans Versus Newcomer

SALISBURY — Three candidates, including two who have served several terms, are vying for two seats on the town’s Board of Selectmen.  Freeman Condon, former owner of the Beach Plum Farms, is seeking his fourth three-year term. Ronalee Ray-Parrott, a social worker, is...

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Global Oil Blames Exxon Mobil for Derelict Gas Station

NEWBURYPORT – Replacing the out-of-business Global Oil gas station on the high-profile corner of High and State streets may take six months to a year, the oil company’s lawyer told the Newburyport City Council Monday. Jeff Roelofs, the attorney for Global, pointed the...

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