- May 24, 2013
NRA to support boardwalk rebuilding
NEWBURYPORT -- The Newburyport Redevelopment Authority has voted to commit $25,000 to the restoration of the downtown waterfront boardwalk bulkhead. In recent weeks, the Waterfront Trust and the Harbor Commission have both voted to commit $25,000 toContinued ...
Pentucket Middle School Honor Roll
The following students from Pentucket Regional Middle School were named to the honor roll for the third quarter: HIGH HONORS Grade 8 Ambyr Alcon, Paige Alcon, Connor Aulson, Andrew Bacher, Mason Barber, Abigail Bashaw, Morgan Beauregard, Leonid BelContinued ...
Police urge vigilance after house break
BYFIELD -- Local police are asking neighbors to be extra mindful of suspicious behavior following Tuesday afternoon's housebreak on Orchard Street. Deputy police Chief John Lucey Jr. said at least one person forced their way into the unoccupied housContinued ...
A fowl matter
NEWBURYPORT - Members of the Bartlet Mall Commission have voted to seek permission to ask residents to stop feeding the birds, and for public services crews to cut back on lawn-mowing efforts. The goal is to reduce the amount of waste runoff that isContinued ...
AMESBURY The following items were recorded in the Amesbury police log: Barry A. Postal, 44, 235 Towle Farm Road, Hampton, N.H. was arrested Wednesday at 7:06 p.m. and charged with a previous warrant and speeding. Officers Scott Peters, Kevin MulreninContinued ...
- Girl injured in marathon bombing leaves hospital
- Kids, teachers from devastated school reunite
- This Day in History
- Kreider keeps Rangers alive with OT goal
- Essex County rugby team to compete for state championship
- Ale House gets permits from city
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- Triton Regional Middle School honor roll
- May 23, 2013
- Residents protest dollar store
- Gettysburg addressed
- Murray to quit, join business group
- Memorial Day services in greater Newburyport
- DiDonato earns Silver Key Award from Salem State
- Boys and Girls Club earns 2 national excellence awards
- Three locals earn degrees from St. Michael's