The Seabrook Police Department responded to a Bank Robbery that occurred at the Provident Bank at 1 Provident Way this afternoon at approximately 2:38pm. A white male, early 20's, thin build made off with an undisclosed amount of money. He was described as having dark hair, wearing dark blue jeans, brown boots, a thin black hooded shirt and black cotton gloves. He was last seen running across Provident Way southbound near Lafayette Road. Seabrook Police is asking for the public's help in identifying a person of interest regarding the Bank Robbery. If you have any information please contact Detective Dan Lawrence at 603-474-5200.
'Stigma' gives Plum Island homeowners a tax break
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Viccaro: budget deficit means 'hard decisions'
NEWBURYPORT -- Estimated school budget deficit numbers for this school year continue to change as more updated figures were brought before the School Committee on Monday. Executive assistant Nancy Lysik presented budget totals that showed a potentialContinued ...
Councilors push for pause on 'pot farms'
AMESBURY - A special meeting of the City Council has been scheduled for tonight to hold the first reading of a bill that would establish a temporary moratorium on medical marijuana development in Amesbury. The meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. in theContinued ...
Taking a lesson beyond the books
ROWLEY - There's much more than reading, writing and arithmetic going on in Bill Maguire's fourth grade class at the Pine Grove Elementary School these days. There's business planning and organizing, manufacturing and marketing date setting, and capiContinued ...
Dispatcher shortage strains police budget
WEST NEWBURY - A lack of qualified candidates to work full-time as public safety dispatchers in town is putting a strain on the department's employees and its budget. Police Chief Lisa Holmes told selectmen on Monday night that she would need a $9,4Continued ...
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