Ex-Methuen mayor to be Seabrook town manager
SEABROOK -- If the contract details can be hammered out successfully, former Methuen Mayor William Manzi III will be Seabrook's next town manager. Selectmen announced their decision to go with Manzi at yesterday's meeting, after listing the other canContinued ...
A presence at the polls
NEWBURYPORT -- Charlotte McLaughlin has been an election poll worker since the days of Bossy Gillis, and if the name of that long-ago mayor doesn't ring a bell, try President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The veteran warden from Ward 1 was honored at City HaContinued ...
Police cuts expected with budget vote tonight
AMESBURY -- When acting police Chief Kevin Ouellet is officially sworn in as the city's leading law enforcement officer on July 1, he will likely be pressed into making do with less than he and retired Chief Mark Gagnon had hoped for. Last week, theContinued ...
Viccaro: 'I expect to do a lot of listening'
NEWBURYPORT -- When Susan Viccaro becomes the superintendent of Newburyport Public Schools later this summer, it will seem like a homecoming for the Essex native. "That's really what drew me to Newburyport -- to be back on the North Shore," Viccaro sContinued ...
100 reasons to smile
SEABROOK -- One hundred years old today, Raymond Joseph Lavin has been dipping his toes in the water off Seabrook Beach since the 1920s, and yesterday the town showed its appreciation for his loyalty, presenting him with the Boston Post Cane as the tContinued ...
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