- March 7, 2014
Four seek two seats on the Winnacunnet School Board
SEABROOK -- Voters will elect two members of the Winnacunnet School Board at the polls on Tuesday, one to represent Seabrook and another to represent Hampton Falls on the five-member board. The total votes from all four communities that send studentsContinued ...
Wiggins not wavering in decision to leave for NBA
LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Andrew Wiggins remembers sitting in the bleachers of Allen Fieldhouse long after the final whistle, watching as the crowd showered the departing Kansas players with love. It may not have been that exact moment that the nation's No.Continued ...
Joining together in the fight against cancer
I'm taking a break from the police beat this week and switching over to sharing some information about the American Cancer Society's Relay For Life and an important cancer screening. The annual Relay For Life in Amesbury is scheduled for Aug. 16. PlContinued ...
Beverly loses legal fight over Black Cow
BEVERLY -- The state's highest court has denied the city's request to hear the Black Cow case, ending a long legal battle over the proposed waterfront restaurant with a resounding defeat for the city. The decision vacates two state licenses requiredContinued ...
Legal troubles mount for former business owner
NEWBURYPORT -- The former owner of Caldwell Corner's gas station and a defunct bio-fuel company was arraigned on assault and other charges earlier this week, stemming from a January snowplowing incident outside his house involving a next-door businesContinued ...
- March 6, 2014
- Changes made to zoning amendments
- SJC clears man accused of subway 'upskirting'
- Amesbury gears up for next year's school spending plan
- Securing the Swett-Ilsley House
- This time, local author's voice up for national award
- Selectman, business owner in court over slots parlor dispute
- Hearing set next week on dog complaint
- Selectmen take look at draft of next year's budget
- This Day in History
- Retirees lauded for years of service to bank
- NYC artists live on 'human hamster wheel'
- Merrimac Senior Center activities
- Three candidates seek two seats on School Board
- Master Plan committee seeks feedback