- July 29, 2014
Parents charged with drugged driving with kids
NEWBURYPORT -- A Newbury man and his wife were arraigned on child endangerment charges yesterday after their arrest Friday for allegedly driving their two young children around Newburyport while under the influence of drugs. Timothy P. Noonan, 36, oContinued ...
Yankee Homecoming Calendar
NEWBURYPORT -- For any last-minute scheduling changes, visit yankeehomecoming.com. Tuesday, July 29 ANNUAL MARKET SQUARE DAY CRAFT SHOW (Rain date Wednesday) 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Market Square Market Square Day is a juried craft show with all handmade iContinued ...
Salem coal dock being upgraded for cruise ships
SALEM -- It's out with the coal and in with the cruise ships. With less than three months until the first cruise ship is expected to arrive, work has begun to repurpose the former coal dock at Salem Harbor Station. The 800-foot-long, deep-water dockContinued ...
Work on Heritage Park progresses on schedule
The first phase of the Heritage Park Project is complete. According to Mayor Ken Gray, contaminated soil on the site has been removed and will soon be replaced. Utility trenches will soon be dug and a water retention basin will be constructed as wellContinued ...
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