Salisbury to decide library's fate
SALISBURY -- A new library, the town's next operating budget, energy conservation and the acquisition of roads are among the important issues Town Meeting will debate tonight at 7 p.m., when it gathers in the auditorium of Salisbury Elementary SchoolContinued ...
Rules on securities need tightening
Money talks. In the continuing dispute over the all-too-cozy relationship between the people who create and sell financial products and the people who rate their risk, the money says: Shut up and let us do what we want. Minnesota Sen. Al Franken andContinued ...
NOAA: Don't take it out on monitors
Top regulators of New England's endangered fishing industry have asked the region's fishermen not to take out their frustrations over regulatory rules and low catch limits on the onboard, federally-commissioned catch observers who monitor what they pContinued ...
Rowley still searching for water operators
ROWLEY - Two months after the water department's primary and secondary operators resigned due to their alleged involvement in butchering deer at Well #3 on Boxford Road, which resulted in a $25,000 fine for the town, the town is still searching for nContinued ...
UMass' first 150 years gets its due from local company
NEWBURYPORT - A local book-publishing team with experience with both education and regional institutions recently completed a handsome retrospective that should have a captive audience in this area: a history of the University of Massachusetts. The bContinued ...
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