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Two city councilors have called on Mayor Kim Driscoll to halt or postpone protests that have sprung up in the city in the wake of... [Read More]
Hundreds gathered in front of the police station Friday night to peacefully protest an offensive tweet put out by the department earlier in the week. [Read More]
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The St. John's Prep golf program has been producing superb players for more than 40 years, PGA professionals and career amateurs alike. But nothing compares... [Read More]
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Click here to view this item from salemnews.com. [Read More]
A proposal from City Hall to fast-track approving restaurants for outdoor-dining cleared the City Council unanimously Thursday night. [Read More]
To the editor:... [Read More]
Salem, like the rest of Massachusetts, is beginning to reopen – slowly, safely and based on science. The coronavirus pandemic has fundamentally changed so much... [Read More]
Mayor Mike Cahill proposed a city budget Thursday night that contains no layoffs and no cuts in "core services," despite an expected $4.6 million loss... [Read More]
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Name: Dan Bresnahan... [Read More]
This weekend, #artwillhappen - and it will happen throughout the city. [Read More]
Some residents are now calling for the removal of Capt. Kate Stephens from the Salem Police Department and plan to protest in front of the... [Read More]
The 58th annual Salem News Student-Athlete Award will be chosen today, and the winner will be announced on Monday, June 8th, after interviews with each... [Read More]
Click here to view this item from salemnews.com. [Read More]
Two small animals, a turtle and a rabbit, have been found shot with arrows along a path in town since Monday, police said. [Read More]
Updates on the coronavirus crisis from across the region:... [Read More]
Marblehead... [Read More]
MarbleheadWednesdayA Laurel Court resident advised police, at 11 a.m. that a fraudulent unemployment claim had been filed in her name. ... [Read More]
Boston is now logging COVID-19 recoveries at two to three times the rate at which new cases are being confirmed, Mayor Martin Walsh said Thursday. [Read More]
Athlete: Michelle Poirier... [Read More]
"The fight continues," said the Rev. Dr. André Bennett, speaking through a bullhorn as he stood in front of Gov. Charlie Baker's house Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
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