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Body believed to be sailor
NEWBURYPORT -- A body recovered in the Merrimack River Sunday afternoon at the Newburyport Yacht Club is believed to be the remains of Richard Decker, the German national reported missing in November after he presumably fell into the chilly river andContinued ...
DA's office identifies driver questioned in Salem man's death
SALEM -- A Haverhill man has been identified as the driver under investigation in the death of a Salem man who was reportedly struck or run over by a car in the Pond View Village housing complex in Gloucester early Saturday morning. James Hayes, 43,Continued ...
Salisbury votes to build new library
SALISBURY -- With a deafening roar and a vote of 316 to 34, Town Meeting approved borrowing to build a new library last night. It will be the jewel of the community, advocates said, indicating the community's pride and sense of service to its residenContinued ...
Bus co. worker faces theft charges
NEWBURY -- A Peabody man faces 11 felony charges after allegedly swiping a credit card from his employer and spending more than $50,000 over a period a several weeks. Christopher R. Day, 26, 20 Proctor St., Peabody, is expected to be arraigned JuneContinued ...
Seabrook selectmen to start choosing town manager finalists
SEABROOK -- Before making their final choice for the next town manager, selectmen plan to release the names of those who make the short list of finalists. The application window closes tomorrow at 3 p.m., but as of yesterday morning more than 30 caContinued ...
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- This Day in History
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- Police Logs
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- Business Briefs
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- May 20, 2013
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- Body believed to be sailor