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Dump truck crash with fuel spill snarls traffic on I-93 in Andover
Delays are expected on both sides of I-93 in Andover after a dump truck crashes and spills fuel on the highway
AG: Officer shoots, injures 18-year-old suspect accused of reckless driving in Manchester
Authorities have launched an investigation after a Manchester officer shot a suspect who was being pursued through the city Sunday night.
Letter: Citizens ready to oppose next version of Bruni project
The Bruni project is back in the news almost two years after the ZBA issued its decision on the application for a comprehensive permit under State 40B regulations. Recognizing the battle’s importance, residents formed Ipswich Citizens for Sustainable Growth (ICSG) and raised funds for experienced 40B legal representation, ensuring a robust legal effort to shrink or deny this oversized and inappropriate development.
This New Hampshire Gem Added Mac and Cheese Flights to Their Menu
Beer flights? They are quite common! Bloody Mary flights? It's like seeing a shooting star. They are rare, but they do exist. Now, MAC AND CHEESE FLIGHTS... that is something I have never seen before, until now! To say I am intrigued is an understatement. Mac and cheese is the...
February’s Tigers of the Month announced
February’s Tigers of the Month have been announced at Ipswich Middle School. The award is given to students who embody the characteristics that are encouraged at the school: truthful, inclusive, gracious, enthusiastic, respectful. Front row: Courtney Shoreman, Adelaide Pitner, Samantha Kayata. Back row: Assistant principal Sean Fitzgerald, Violet Marino,...
Meeting to mull mosquitoes
IPSWICH — The board of health has invited the community to a meeting on April 3 to provide feedback about mosquito-control efforts in the coming year. The town is a member of the Northeast Massachusetts Mosquito Control and Wetlands Management District (NEMMC), which creates a best management practice plan for each of its 32 member communities.
Letter: Theater program kept me in school long enough to graduate
Forty-seven years almost to the day, about 200 Ipswich High School students marched down High Street to the superintendent’s office to protest the planned elimination of the school’s theater program, started in 1974. The cause for the threatened cut then was the state’s new Proposition 2 1/2, which...
Police log 3/27/23
All address information, particularly arrests, reflects police records. In the event of a perceived inaccuracy, it is the sole responsibility of the concerned party to contact the relevant police department The post Police log 3/27/23 appeared first on Itemlive.
48th Walk for Haiti supports half century of giving
PEABODY — Faith and Concern, Inc. has extended a helping hand to the people of Haiti for nearly half a century. The nonprofit organization is asking the citizens of Peabody The post 48th Walk for Haiti supports half century of giving appeared first on Itemlive.
Mino’s seeks to guard students and customers
LYNN– Mino’s Roast Beef owner Dionisia Frangias is attempting to keep her customers safe. On Sunday, she filed a petition to the City to have a guardrail built in front The post Mino’s seeks to guard students and customers appeared first on Itemlive.
Meeting New Demands with New Offerings: Gordon Launches 30 Academic Programs
Gordon College introduces new and reimagined academic programs for in-demand areas of science, business, psychology, communication and more. These programs, which begin in the fall of 2023, will prepare graduates to compete in a constantly evolving workforce with skill and confidence. “The events and challenges of the last few years—in...
Outsidah: Waist deep in the poisonous controversy over bologna
I have not lived in Ipswich long, but I have lived here long enough to gauge the community’s character. If you write an occasional newspaper column and pay attention to the feedback, you get a sense of what people really care about. Over time, patterns emerge. Depending on the...
Why I Support The Valley Patriot and Why You Should Too!
When I first ran for office years ago I didn’t like Tom Duggan and my opinion of The Valley Patriot was not good. This month, The Valley Patriot is celebrating their 19th Anniversary and I couldn’t be more proud to be a part of it. Here’s why.
‘Great Gatsby’ Style North Shore Boston Estate That Hosted Judy Garland Set Sales Records for Massachusetts
It takes you back to the gilded age, at least from the outside. I think that The Robb Report, where I found the listing for this massive estate, said it best about 34 Paine Avenue in the coastal suburb of Beverly:. If the fictional Jay Gatsby lived in New England,...
Letter: MBTA zoning is doable in Ipswich
The Section 3A task force had an excellent forum on Wednesday night. There was healthy discussion between people both for and against the 3A zoning requirements. Some great questions were asked, and I think everyone left the meeting with a better understanding of what the law is asking Ipswich to do.
ARREST LOG: Wilmington Police Make 1 Arrest
WILMINGTON, MA — According to Wilmington Police Log, Wilmington Police issued the following arrests and summonses between March 15, 2023 to March 21, 2023. Ami K. Patel (36, Reading) was arrested for an OUI Liquor (2nd Offense), Marked Lanes Violation, and License Not In Possession. A caller reported an erratic driver went over the curb while pulling out of the 99 Restaurant at a high rate of speed and blew a tire. (8:11pm)
Northern Essex, Haverhill Schools, AgeSpan, Others Take Part in Dominican Republic Exchange
A cross section of Merrimack Valley professionals, ranging from Haverhill educators to regional healthcare providers, spent last week in the Dominican Republic in an effort to better understand the needs and aims of immigrants. The trip, the sixth one organized over the years by Northern Essex Community College Vice President...
Haverhill Firefighters Schlothan and Tarpy Graduate from Massachusetts Firefighting Academy
Two Haverhill firefighters were recently among 23 graduates from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy’s 50-day Career Recruit Firefighting Training Program. Haverhill firefighters Corey Schlothan and Alek Tarpy joined other recruits from Acton, Chelmsford, Fitchburg, Gloucester, Holden, Hudson, Medfield, Middleton, Nantucket, Shrewsbury, Walpole, Weston, Wilmington, Winchester and Woburn as part of Class 309.
'Wicked Tuna': T.J. Ott Pays 5-Figure Fine for Illegal Act
Wicked Tuna star Timothy J. "TJ" Ott found himself at the center of real-life drama last winter. He was ordered to pay Massachusetts authorities a five-figure fine for illegally selling bluefin tuna at a Gloucester fish market without the necessary permits in 2021. Ott is the captain of the fishing vessel Hot Tuna, which is ...
Hatch Addresses Essex County Community Foundation’s Institute for Trustees Tomorrow
Rachel Hatch, chief operating officer at Institute for the Future, kicks off tomorrow’s14th annual Institute for Trustees presented by Essex County Community Foundation. This year’s Institute celebrating the resilience of nonprofits in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic that saw organizations pivot, step up and persevere over the last three years.
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