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A boat crash injured two women and a child Saturday when a Tewksbury boat owner accidentally hit the throttle of her 25-foot Tidewater, driving the... [Read More]
Matthew Coogan, a familiar face in City Hall since 2018, left his post as Mayor Donna Holaday's chief of staff on Friday to assume the... [Read More]
A free open house and party for the visit of the universally accessible 60-foot sailing catamaran Impossible Dream has been moved into the Firehouse Center... [Read More]
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The work of mosaicist, jewelry maker and stained glass artist Su Bailey will be on display through Aug. 14 at Rowley Public Library, 141 Main... [Read More]
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The Newburyport Art Association opens two solo shows this week. Oil painter Michael Milczarek showcases land and waterscapes in "Call of the Sea," the third... [Read More]
Merrimac Public Library will host free trivia Tuesday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. for anyone 16 and over. [Read More]
A Salisbury police officer's decision to post a video on Facebook of a man damaging vending machines at the Black Bear Campground in May paid dividends... [Read More]
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A judge ruled a Merrimac man accused of raping a 74-year old woman is dangerous and ordered him held without bail Friday afternoon. [Read More]
A Salisbury police officer's decision to post a video on Facebook of a man damaging vending machines at the Black Bear Campground in May paid... [Read More]
More than 20 years ago, Massachusetts voted to allow tax deductions for charitable giving. [Read More]
Recent legislation proposing an official state dinosaur in Massachusetts could have an unfortunate side effect, according to some scientists. [Read More]
Gov. Charlie Baker said Thursday his administration has no plans to reinstate a mask mandate for schools this fall, one day after a dozen lawmakers... [Read More]
A Newbury man who admitted Thursday that a jury could find him guilty of carving the finish of his ex-girlfriend's car with a knife was... [Read More]
On this day in 1957, the newspaper reported that yesterday's crowd at Fenway Park went wild for three young Newburyport men as they walked across... [Read More]
A federal judge sentenced a former local bookkeeper, who pleaded guilty in February to stealing money from her clients, to three years in prison Thursday... [Read More]
State health officials cited Vero Health & Rehab of Amesbury twice this year for deficient care in the wake of inspections in March and May,... [Read More]
These recent sightings are compiled by Sue McGrath of the Newburyport Birders. Report your sightings to Newburyport Birders at newburyportbirders@comcast.net or 978-204-2976. Visit www.newburyportbirders.com. [Read More]
In a year often defined by uncertainty, Christian Scientists gathered at their online annual meeting, including from Newburyport and the five other congregations on the... [Read More]
Massachusetts has given nearly 4.3 million people their COVID-19 shots and has one of the highest vaccination rates in the country. Still, gaps persist along... [Read More]
My last week's column about the mystery disease affecting songbirds in the mid-Atlantic states seemed to cause more concern and questions from customers over the... [Read More]
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