ROWLEY — Reyes Truck Center Inc. of 264 Newburyport Turnpike has signed on as a U-Haul dealer.
NEWBURYPORT – Newburyport Bank recently donated $10,000 to a variety of nonprofits and charitable events in Greater Newburyport and southern New Hampshire.
NEWBURYPORT – Newburyport Bank recently named Kevin F. Hulse vice president, residential loan officer. Hulse will focus on residential lending, as well as financial products and business strategy development.
BOSTON – The Attorney General's Office said it has reached agreements with two Massachusetts companies, including one in Amesbury, and sent warning letters to 17 other businesses found to be in violation of a state law barring employers from asking about criminal record information on an ini…
SALISBURY — Coastal Finds Marketplace, featuring an eclectic selection of wares from vintage vendors, local artisans, consigners and pop-up retailers, recently opened its doors at 25 Bridge Road.
AMESBURY – The Partnership for Amesbury Community and Teens is organizing the "Seize your Summer" event where young people can expand their knowledge of local businesses and possible careers and find out what job opportunities are available this summer.
Tesla has lost nearly $6 billion since setting out to revolutionize the auto industry 15 years ago, but CEO Elon Musk foresees a profitable future fueled in part by a ride-hailing service made up of electric cars driven by robots.
NEWBURYPORT — A local company, Koya Leadership Partners, has been ranked by Forbes as one of the top 25 executive recruiting firms on its “America’s Best Recruiting Firms” list.
NEWBURYPORT – It isn’t often that you find a librarian on a bank’s board of directors, but Dorothy R. “Dottie” LaFrance did just that, and leaves a lasting legacy at Newburyport Bank.
May I add “again’’ as this has been the same headline for the last few years at this time. We are definitely in a strong seller’s market, still.
AMESBURY – Dave Mansfield, CEO of The Provident Bank, announced this week the Provident Community Charitable Organization has donated $30,000 to The Pettengill House Inc. to assist with expansion of its Amesbury facility.
BOSTON – At $365,000, the year-to-date median home sale price in Massachusetts is up 4.9 percent over last year and raising eyebrows among buyers, sellers and those left on the outside of the market activity.
NEWBURYPORT – A venerable 165-year-old local bank has dropped the "Five Cents" from its name and launched a rebranding campaign with a new name and logo, unveiled Monday at its newly renovated headquarters on State Street.
NEWBURYPORT – The Institution for Savings achieved the highest operating earnings and net income in its 198-year history last year, President and CEO Michael J. Jones reported at the bank’s 199th annual meeting.
WEST NEWBURY — Physicist Albert Einstein called it “the highest form of research.” Playwright George Bernard Shaw said we’ll grow old without it. And educator Maria Montessori dubbed it “the work of the child.”
ANDOVER — Less than two months into her new job as the director of business, arts and cultural development, Ann Ormond completed her newsletter database that included contacts for every business owner in town.
PEABODY — Sports tourism could draw thousands of visitors to the North Shore, but that does not mean pros have to be in the game to score an economic lift, members of the tourist industry were told at a summit Friday.
NEWBURYPORT — Timothy Felter, executive vice president, CFO and treasurer of Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank, received the National Outstanding Eagle Scout Award from the National Eagle Scout Association.
BOSTON – The coalition behind last year’s successful bill raising the minimum wage says the restaurant industry is trying to backtrack on part of the legal agreement, which an industry official says has created a “logistical nightmare.”
BOSTON – Confidence levels among Massachusetts employers hit a two-year low in December, driven by national factors like the federal government shutdown and the largest one-month stock market decline since the Great Depression.
NEWBURYPORT – Chipotle, a national restaurant chain known for quick Mexican-style meals, will be opening a location at Port Plaza later this year, according to a company spokeswoman.
NEWBURYPORT — With a new walk-in urgent care clinic scheduled to open on Storey Avenue next week, hospital officials are wary, but optimistic about the kind of care its providers can offer to local patients.
Stocks have been falling for more than two months, with investors all but begging the Federal Reserve to stop lifting short-term interest rates. Higher rates hurt stocks by making other, less risky investments look more attractive and by driving up borrowing costs for companies and consumers.
NEWBURYPORT – Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank added a new member to its commercial lending team, naming Robert H. Jones as vice president, commercial loan officer.
AMESBURY – The Main Street branch of Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank will participate in the window-decorating contest during the Amesbury Chamber of Commerce’s Winter Fest Weekend on Saturday and Sunday.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court seemed ready Monday to allow an antitrust lawsuit to go forward that claims Apple has unfairly monopolized the market for the sale of iPhone apps.
SALISBURY – The North of Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau held its annual meeting and awards ceremony recently at the Beauport Hotel, in Gloucester.
NEWBURYPORT – Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank recently donated $500 to Elder Services of Merrimack Valley Inc., a private nonprofit agency serving elders and disabled adults who reside in northeast Massachusetts.
NEWBURYPORT — A local firm has organized The Love Your Brand Experience scheduled for Saturday at the Boston Marriott Long Wharf to highlight the rise of experiential retail and immersive branding.
NEWBURYPORT – On back-to-back days, Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank officials cut ribbons for the grand opening of its new Dover, New Hampshire, branch and the grand reopening of its renovated Storey Avenue branch.
The U.S. International Trade Commission on Wednesday rejected import tariffs imposed on Canadian newsprint for the past several months, resulting in a major victory for the American newspaper industry.
This Week's Circulars
Center Ossipee, NH - Robert L. Hughes, age 64, currently living in Center Ossipee, NH, passed away at his home on Sunday, August 11, 2019. Born in Beverly, Mass. on June 20, 1955. After graduating from Masconomet High School he enlisted in the United States Army where he served as a Miltary …
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- Clergy, activists carry coffin through Newburyport on way to NH
- Greater Newburyport coffee shops ditch disposable cups
- Water main valve failure leaves Amesbury residents high and dry
- Salisbury woman honored as top Myra Kraft Community MVP
- Pentucket middle-high school project moves forward
- 5 rescued after boat collision
- Deal for ATG in the works
- Newburyport assistant harbormaster recalls weekend water rescue
- Riverside Cafe has a new owner; Haley's to stay open year round