Wednesday Aug 13
The Valley Patriot
Repeated Wetlands Violations in Amesbury by New England Power Co....
The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection penalized the New England Power Company $15,156.25 after an inspection found repeated instances of erosion from the company's substation in Amesbury.
Newburyport Goes 'Back to the Future' In Cruisin' the '50s
This coming Thursday evening parking won't be a problem; that is, as long as you happen to be driving one of the 200 special interest cars invited to participate in the city's third annual Cruisin' the '50s car show.
Fiery crash in Amesbury still being investigated
Amesbury police are continuing efforts to determine the cause of a fiery car crash that killed a man and a dog.
Readings and Signings
Saturday, Aug. 10, from 1 to 3 p.m.: Book signing with two local mystery writers, Amy Ray, author of "Dangerous Denial," and a resident of Rye, and Edith Maxwell, author of "'Til Dirt Do Us Part," from Amesbury, Mass.
Hemmings Auto Blogs
Pettingell's long-lost custom bodies
Beesley and Lamm teamed up to present this story looking into the archive and provide some context for the photos of the cars within.] In the 1920s and 1930s, every self-respecting American coachbuilder and autobody manufacturer used metal-forming tools made by Pettingell.
Standoff suspect to plead guilty
A man facing 13 charges in connection with car break-ins and a lengthy armed standoff with police has agreed to plead guilty to the crimes.