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Local News

November 13, 2013


The Daily News always seeks to be accurate in its news coverage, but when we make a mistake, we want to know. Readers noting mistakes in stories are encouraged to call city editor Katie Lovett or editor John Macone at 978-462-6666.


A story on page 1 yesterday, “A new tradition meets Newburyport veterans,” misidentified the man who donated granite monuments that were recently installed at Brown Square. Richard Banks, a well-known Newburyport philanthropist, was the donor.


A clarification: Recent articles about a drug bust in Salisbury refer to a location at 50 Elm St., where police say the alleged drug sales and distribution were performed out of a fake thrift store. However, there are two thrift stores in the plaza. Mystery Treasures, which is also a thrift store and operates in the same plaza, is in no way involved in this case.

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