On this day in 1666: Newbury's John Cross was appointed to be the towne cryer and to be allowed to "cryeth" at the meetinghouse and "cryeth" down from street to street.
Karp's hotel vision grows
NEWBURYPORT -- City officials said yesterday that New England Development is moving closer to creating plans to build a hotel in the downtown -- but away from the water. Mayor Donna Holaday said she met recently with company officials, and they are tContinued ...
'I want younger Americans to remember'
NEWBURYPORT -- It's been almost 70 years since Blake Hughes was part of the U.S. Army that fought through France as part of the victorious drive to liberate Europe, but here is one soldier who hasn't forgotten. He's about to turn 90 now, but MemoriaContinued ...
Town looks to lower energy cost
SALISBURY -- As any member of a wholesale shopping club will attest, buying in large quantities usually results in getting a lower price per unit. And thanks to Town Meeting's recent action, that premise could mean local residents get to save on theiContinued ...
Planting seeds of change
NEWBURYPORT -- Ever since she got a hold of her first Legos, Newburyport high school sophomore Lauren Healey has always had a knack for putting things together and she's about to leave her mark on her hometown. "I like building things," says Healey.Continued ...
A prized purchase brings a life lesson
Back during the 1930s, the Kalman Family Clothing Store was operating their business on Pleasant Street in Newburyport. The immigrants often stopped by their store. Kalman's carried a line of clothing needed by the immigrants, while other clothing stContinued ...
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