- December 3, 2013
Seabrook homeowners to see $191 tax hike
SEABROOK -- The average homeowner will see an increase of approximately 5.2 percent in his or her tax bill this year, a $191 increase in the average single family home in town, worth about $252,000. According to Town Manager Bill Manzi, the town's rContinued ...
- December 2, 2013
Murder probe man returning to Mass.
SALISBURY BEACH - A local man considered a "person of interest" by police in the grisly murder and dismemberment of former Amesbury resident Dennis Ray Jackson, is expected back in Massachusetts soon - more than 10 days after he was arrested by San DContinued ...
College biz school named for Port businessman
NEWBURYPORT -- Endicott College recently dedicated its new school of business as the Curtis L. Gerrish School of Business, evidently recognizing that this is a CEO who knows the ways of commerce. Gerrish, founder and CEO of Rochester Electronics in NContinued ...
Salisbury Beach 'golden age' barbers keep on clipping
They're back. Back in the 1960s, Frank Serrano and Eric Sideri cut hair at the Salisbury Beach Barbershop. For a couple of young barbers, it was pretty heady stuff. The old Frolics attracted many celebrities and these two guys have cut the locks of TContinued ...
Another waterfront battle brewing
Is every proposed construction project near the central riverfront destined for conflict? Evidently. City officials and members of the Harbor Commission have been considering an expansion of the harbormaster's headquarters on the east end of the boarContinued ...
- Historical Society hosts holiday open house
- Cultural district plans discussed tonight
- This Day in Newburyport History
- Sea Spray Garden Club holds holiday meeting
- Police Logs
- Newbury decides to set equal tax rate
- Amesbury set to celebrate the holidays
- Santa comes to port
- November 30, 2013
- Gray begins transition process
- A push to 'think small'
- Real estate sales bubbling in Newburyport
- Tetreault Jewelers closing after 34 years
- Police logs
- Programs at Mass Audubon's Joppa Flats