NEWBURYPORT — The city chose to ban retail marijuana sales with about 36.5% of its 14,782 registered voters turning out at the polls Tuesday.
Across the nation, there has been a surge in female candidates putting their names on the ballot to run for public office, including several state and congressional races in Massachusetts, which is receiving positive feedback from local women.
NEWBURYPORT – Campaign committees for the two mayoral candidates filed their final reports with the state this week, showing combined spending of just over $44,000 in the last part of their campaigns.
NEWBURYPORT – Two women will be part of the next City Council following election victories Tuesday but they're not focused on the fact it is somewhat unusual to have the two of them on the council.
NEWBURYPORT— After her victory in the city election Tuesday, Mayor Donna Holaday reflected on her campaign and looked forward to her next four years in City Hall's corner office.
NEWBURYPORT — Donna Holaday was re-elected mayor Tuesday, defeating challenger Robert Cronin, 3,776 votes to 3,098, in what the city clerk described as a “very, very, very healthy percentage of voters.”
NEWBURYPORT — After a 2016 national election season plagued by Russian meddling on social media, many states are questioning the security of their voting equipment and eying upgrades to prevent any interference with future results.
NEWBURYPORT — With less than 48 hours before voters decide who will occupy the corner office at City Hall for the next four years, Mayor Donna Holaday and challenger Robert Cronin are doing everything they can to reach those who have yet to make up their minds.
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Editor's note: Robert Cronin is a four-term city councilor and has been chair of Public Safety and a member of the Budget and Finance Committee for his tenure. Prior public service includes the Harbor Commission and the Jeannie Geiger Crisis Center board of directors. Bob and his wife, Sue, …
Editor’s note: Mayor Donna Holaday is serving her third term as mayor. She moved to Newburyport in 1979, where she met her husband, Joe Holaday, and raised their family. Holaday holds a master of science from Boston University, master of education from the University of New Hampshire and a j…
Seven candidates are running for five seats, each with a two-year term on the Newburyport City Council. All voters in the city may vote for five candidates in this race Tuesday.
Two candidates are running for a single two-year term on the Newburyport City Council. Ward 4 voters cast their ballots on Tuesday at Hope Church, 11 Hale St.
NEWBURYPORT – Candidates for Ward 4 and at-large City Council seats will answer questions tonight at a forum sponsored by The Daily News and Greater Newburyport Chamber of Commerce & Industry.
NEWBURYPORT — The order in which candidates' names will appear on the Nov. 7 municipal election ballot was chosen in a drawing at City Hall Friday morning.
NEWBURYPORT — The three candidates for mayor are scheduled to take questions about their views on local issues at a forum tonight, Sept. 13, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.
NEWBURYPORT — Voters will choose from among three mayoral hopefuls and a crowded field for at-large City Council seats this fall now that the deadline passed Tuesday for candidates to file nomination papers.
NEWBURYPORT – The Massachusetts Retirees Association and its president, Frank Valeri, endorsed Ward 3 City Councilor Robert Cronin in his campaign for mayor this week.
NEWBURYPORT – Ward 3 City Councilor Robert Cronin announced his candidacy for mayor Monday, saying he will bridge what he calls a communication gap between City Hall and city residents.
NEWBURYPORT — Voters here opted for incumbents yesterday, returning all city councilors who were running to seats and adding newcomers Sharif Zeid in Ward 1 and Joe Devlin to an at-large seat on the 11-member council.
NEWBURYPORT — Incumbents Bruce Menin and Nicholas deKanter earned new terms on the School Committee last night and newcomer Christine Miller will join them on the board. Running unopposed for a two-year spot was David Hochheiser.
Editor’s note: Lyndi Lanphear is running for at-large City Council in Tuesday’s Newburyport election. She is one of nine candidates vying for five seats.
Editor’s note: Barry Connell is running for at-large City Council in Tuesday’s Newburyport election. He is one of nine candidates vying for five seats.
Editor’s note: Nine candidates are running for five open at-large seats on the Newburyport City Council. Today, we present a profile of Sheila Mullins:
NEWBURYPORT — Nine candidates are running for five at-large city council posts in Tuesday’s municipal election, and one of the largest variables is the projected diminutive size of the turnout.
Editor’s note: Nine candidates are running for five open at-large seats on the Newburyport City Council. Today, we present a profile of Bruce Vogel.
Editor’s Note: David Hochheiser is running unopposed for a two-year School Committee seat in the Nov. 3 election. The other candidates on the ballot are seeking four-year terms.
Editor’s note: Nine candidates are running for the five open At-Large seats on the Newburyport City Council. Today we present a profile of candidate Robert Germinara.
Editor’s note: This is part of an ongoing series of profiles on the candidates running for the Newburyport School Committee in the Nov. 3 election. Four candidates are running for three, four-year terms on the School Committee:
Editor’s note: This is another in our series of profile of candidates running in the Nov. 3 election. Robert Cronin is running uncontested for re-election as Ward 3 city councilor.
Editor’s Note: This is part of an ongoing series of profiles on the candidates running for the Newburyport School Committee in the Nov. 3 election. Four candidates are running for three, four-year terms on the School Committee. The profiles are running in no particular order.