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Moavenzadeh will look to reduce tax base, raise home values
AMESBURY -- As part of The Daily News coverage of the upcoming city election, the newspaper is publishing profiles of the candidates for City Council. Today's profile is David Moavenzadeh, who is running unopposed for District 3. DAVID MOAVENZADEH I'
O'Brien pledges to continue to vote for residents' views
NEWBURYPORT -- As part of our coverage of the Nov. 5 election, The Daily News is providing profiles of residents running for City Council. Today's final profile is on Thomas F. O'Brien, who is running unopposed in Ward 6. O'Brien, who is the presiden
Ward 4 Councilor Lavoie running unopposed
AMESBURY -- As part of The Daily News coverage of the upcoming city election, the newspaper is publishing profiles of candidates for office. Today's profile is Robert Lavoie, who is unopposed for the Ward 4 council seat. Robert W. Lavoie Address: Cou
Budget process, long-term goals among Cole's priorities
Editor's note: As part of our ongoing coverage of the Nov. 5 general election, we asked the candidates for School Committee to answer a questionnaire and provide a synopsis of his or her platform and reason for running. Today, we share the responses
Holaday leads in campaign funds
NEWBURYPORT -- Mayor Donna Holaday continues to lead the candidates in fundraising, according to campaign finance forms filed with the city clerk this week. Holaday, running for her third term, raised $9,009 between Sept. 8 and Oct. 26, according to
- Vogel seeks to 'help my community again'
- Technology, SPED among priorities for School Committee candidates
- Mullins advocates for open waterfront and plans to fund it
- Bezanson's priorities are transparency, education
- Menin says he'll work to improve schools, open government
- McClure prioritizes spending, business, schools
- Allgrove seeks more transparency in City Hall
- Ferguson aims to help bring city projects to a finish
- Two write-in candidates seek District 2 seat
- Kelcourse strives to be 'independent voice'
- Herzog favors open waterfront, improving transportation
- Giunta, Reardon vie for Ward 5 council seat
- Controversy on eve of mayoral election
- Meet the Ward 4 City Council candidates
- Mayor election 2013: Profile of Greg Earls
- Mayoral Election 2013: Profile of Donna Holaday
- Mayoral Election 2013: Profile of Richard Sullivan Jr.
- Tisei concedes Congressional race to Tierney
- Tisei refuses to concede to Tierney in close congressional race
- Newbury voters reject override for third time
- Port's O'Connor Ives wins senate seat
- Mirra claims 2nd Essex seat
- Decision day turns landmark day
- Seabrook joins state in electing Gov. Hassan
- High school polling an election-day win
- Moavenzadeh will look to reduce tax base, raise home values
Plane through: Cessna lands on Houston golf course
HOUSTON (AP) — An area near the 11th hole at a Houston golf course provided a smooth landing spot after a small plane ran out of fuel and glided on to the grass.
The Cessna 170 was expected to be moved from Hermann Park on Tuesday. The unplanned landing of the single-engine plane happened Monday night on a flight from Lafayette, La.
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- Plane through: Cessna lands on Houston golf course