- June 14, 2013
2 found dead in area burned by Colo. wildfire
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. -- A voracious wildfire driven in all directions by shifting winds has killed two people and destroyed at least 360 homes -- a number that was likely to climb as the most destructive blaze in Colorado history burned for a thiContinued ...
NEWBURYPORT -- The following jury-waived trials were recorded Tuesday, June 11, in Newburyport District Court, with Judge Peter Doyle presiding: Daniel Leary, 74, 45 Main St., Byfield; operating under the influence of alcohol, admission to facts, conContinued ...
City offering rain barrels at reduced prices
NEWBURYPORT -- The City of Newburyport has partnered with the Great American Rain Barrel Company in Hyde Park to offer recycled barrels to residents as part of a community wide water conservation program. "We are excited to again be offering this simContinued ...
Nor'Easters open season with victory
Baseball Post 150 Senior Legion Newburyport 7, Saugus 1 Corey McNamara earned the victory in Newburyport's opener against Saugus. Correction In a story in Wednesday's Daily News about the new Triton athletic director, we cited a decrease in participaContinued ...
Local sports briefs
Basketball Clipper Girls Basketball Clinics, run by athletic director John Daileanes and girls basketball coach Gregg Dollas, will be offering two weeks of summer clinics for girls entering grades 2-9 in fall of 2013. Week 1 will be June 25, 26 27 anContinued ...
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- This Day in History
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- Move afoot to revitalize downtown
- Triton musical 'Anything Goes' wins best production
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- June 13, 2013
- Effort grows to replace demolished Newburyport playground
- Search on for client list at alleged brothel
- With funds in place, greenhead boxes will be set out on PI
- Chalk exhibit relocated at Beach Center
- Obama stumps for Markey, tells Boston crowd, 'Ed's one of you'
- Recreation Committee strives to finish Manter Field project
- Setting sail in Gloucester Harbor
- Remembering Civil War vets