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ORMOND BEACH - Judith Ann (Sager) Swisher formerly of Lowell, Mass., and Georgetown, Mass., passed away peacefully on December 2, 2020. Judy's funeral is being held at Lowell Cemetery on Monday, May 10, 2021, at 12 p.m. sharp. Her graveside service at Lowell Cemetery, 1025 Lawrence St., Lowe…
- Newburyport police seek man who robbed downtown business
- Harrington looking for $5.1M for Ring's Island, Salisbury Beach
- Co-workers mourn death of Grog bartender Lesley Fitzgerald
- NH man admits he struck girlfriend who later died
- Man charged in Salisbury was arrested after Capitol riot
- Celtics legend signs autographs at Salisbury Sports Pub
- Ipswich man barred from Rowley Market Basket
- Merrimac's Pat Freiermuth selected in second round of NFL Draft by Pittsburgh Steelers
- City looks to next PI plan after removing shredded bags
- Forest Road housing complex continues to receive criticism
Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway reflect on the NFL Draft and Big Ten spring football; Clay Horning shares his thoughts on Russell Westbrook and the new NBA playoffs system.
It's NFL Draft time! Bill Burt and George Bremer discuss what could happen in the first round, while Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway give some insight into college players fans might be overlooking. Clay Horning chimes in with his thoughts on which teams to root for -- and which to not -- in …
Bill Burt and George Bremer discuss top prospects outside the quarterback position in the NFL Draft; Elton Hayes and Kevin Brockway make their picks for Big Ten players who could make splash in the draft; and Clay Horning breaks down the Super League concept and how it could affect college sports.
Halloween may be a much different celebration this year, but it isn’t stopping Kids Corner readers from donning their disguises and having some fun. Here are some of our clever readers showing off their costumes as they get ready to mark the haunting holiday tomorrow.