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Myra Reyes, 64, a resident at the Crowninshield Apartment complex, was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct Friday night during a Black Lives Matter protest... [Read More]
Marblehead officials voted last week to adopt a Housing and Production Plan that will help the town better understand and address the affordable housing needs... [Read More]
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Even in a strong economy, starting a new business can be a daunting task. But starting one in these COVID-19 days, in the face of... [Read More]
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As Saugus' Bob Patenaude said this week, "funny things happen sometimes." And this could very easily be one of them. Patenaude and his wife, Linda,... [Read More]
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Several black boys and hispanic boys, some not even 13 years old, stood in front of the gazebo at Lynn Common, holding signs decrying injustice.... [Read More]
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A couple hundred protesters outside the Salem Police headquarters Friday night called for an end to racial violence and police brutality in the U.S. But... [Read More]
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New confirmed COVID-19 cases were reported in Lynn, Revere, and Saugus Friday, with Revere and Saugus both also reporting an additional COVID-19 death. In Revere,... [Read More]
A peaceful protest against police brutality will take place today (Friday) outside the Lynn Police Station. The demonstration was initially scheduled for Saturday, June 6. ... [Read More]
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There's more work to be done — much more. Like many places across the U.S., the North Shore has seen several demonstrations against racial violence... [Read More]
Saugus High School will honor its class of 2020 with a car parade on Friday. Meant to acknowledge the passing of the district's original graduation... [Read More]
Social distancing, smaller groups, masks, and clean bathrooms are necessary to make sure Swampscott's 2020 recreational programming stays in line with COVID-19 guidelines, but town... [Read More]
Registration for Nahant Public Library's 2020 Summer Reading Program is now open. Running from June 13 through July 31, the program's theme is "Imagine Your... [Read More]
The winning numbers for Thursday, June 4, 2020 are: Numbers Game (Mid-day) 2115 Numbers Game (Evening) 2294... [Read More]
After a stellar season helping lead the Spartans girls basketball team to a Division 3 state title, St. Mary's junior Maiya Bergdorf has made the... [Read More]
As the city prepares to reopen, Lynn Community Health Center is launching a campaign to encourage more residents to get tested for COVID-19. The purpose... [Read More]
The city's overnight curfew was rescinded on Wednesday because coronavirus cases have been trending downward in recent weeks, according to Mayor Thomas M. McGee.  The... [Read More]
A handful of new coronavirus cases, but no additional deaths were reported in Lynn and Revere on Thursday.  No additional cases were reported in several... [Read More]
Ed Battle's one of the bravest people I ever met, and if you don't believe me, keep reading. The aptly-named Lynn resident was a warrior... [Read More]
Editorial from the Dallas Morning News  Hard problems require tough solutions, and in the case of decades of tension between minority communities and police departments,... [Read More]
Disability assistance agency Northeast Arc plans to open its new learning center for children on the autism spectrum on July 1. The Learning Center at... [Read More]
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