Thursday Nov 28
Thanksgiving Features Football, Floats and Feasts
2. Football: The rivalry continues on Thanksgiving , with the Generals and Tigers meeting on the gridiron in Ipswich at 10 a.m. on Thursday morning for the annual matchup.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Councilors Condemn Complicity In Denial
COUNCILORS CONDEMN COMPLICITY IN DENIAL Veterans Today Nov 26 2013 Massachusetts Superior Court Nominee Faces Opposition for Failing to Act in Face of Genocide Denial By Nanore Barsoumian BOSTON, Mass.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Thieves enter Michael's Harborside in Newburyport but leave empty-handed
Two people allegedly tripped the alarm of a Newburyport restaurant this morning after looking around inside for a while, officials said.
Police investigating series of armed robberies
Officials in Newburyport are investigating to see if a robbery at a gas station may be linked to similar crimes as well.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Vermont food sets the Thanksgiving table in Boston
Farmers To You: The food you want, from farms you trust, delivered each week, all year long Vermont based Farmers To You delivers a cornucopia of some of the most diverse and sustainably produced or grown food in New England.
Newburyport's Waterfront, Resolved in my Lifetime?
I asked a friend of mine, who not only knows about such matters, but is also "wise" , about why, when the history of the NRA land had been massively built on , did the residents of Newburyport, no matter how long they had lived here, short time, long time, in-between time, seem so passionate about having it stay as an open waterfront.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Rapper linked to murder caught at border
An aspiring rapper wanted in connection with a gang-related dismemberment murder on the East Coast was behind bars in San Diego Thursday following his arrest near the U.S.-Mexico line.
Cape Cod Times
Thief scoops up all the kitty litter at Salisbury shelter
Officials at the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society say someone stole the shelter's entire supply of kitty litter over the weekend.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Pols push procrastination on wage hike
Both Democrats and Republicans are saying they'll urge their Senate colleagues today to stall action on a bill that would push the minimum wage to a nationwide high of $11 an hour, a measure that drew 35 proposed amendments yesterday.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
Bull escapes farm, lumbers through downtown Newburyport
A 700-pound 8-month-old took a little stroll in downtown Newburyport today, to the surprise of dozens of onlookers.
Bull on the loose in Newbury
An eight-month-old bull, weighing 600 pounds, hopped a fence and took off from a farm in Newbury on Friday morning.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
No. 1 medium employer: Institution for Savings
The Institution for Savings in Newburyport has all the trappings of a traditional bank: a heavy vault with a spindle wheel, iron bars on the teller windows, and dark wood fixtures throughout.
Our Neighbors, Stella Mae Culpepper and On Linden Square
After a long, hard, often nasty Newburyport election 2013, I found this book On Linden Square by Kate Sullivan to be mighty refreshing.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Residents look to build on Padanaram's charm
Underground utilities, continuous sidewalks, safe crosswalks, new trees, new streetlights, and planned parking are what town residents envision for an improved Padanaram Village.
Sun Nov 10, 2013
Quartet For-Te, Featuring Wakefield Musicians, Has Saturday Concert
Join Quartet For-Te as they showcase some of their favorite works written for string quartet.
Thu Nov 07, 2013
Cape Cod Times
Best Bets for Nov. 8-14
In a tribute honoring local veterans, and heroes in general from all walks of life, The Dennis Chamber of Commerce and the Baker-Xiarhos AMVET Post 333 will present a "Field of Honor" flag display over Veteran's Day weekend at John Kelley Park in South Dennis.
Wed Nov 06, 2013
Community Advocate Newspaper
'The Romance of Nature: Two Visions,' to be held throughout November
It is a show of realistic art with a nature inspired theme in prints, watercolors and drawings.
Ale House Inn changes hands
The owners of the Ale House Inn have handed over the keys to their downtown inn to a Massachusetts-based company specializing in boutique hotels.
Lynn, Salem, Gloucester mayors re-elected
Lynn Mayor Judith Flanagan Kennedy sailed to a second four-year term, defeating councilor at large Timothy Phelan by 9,258 votes to 6,403.
Tue Nov 05, 2013
Newburyport 2013 Election Results
Councilor At-Large Laurel Allgrove Edward Cameron Barry Connell Ari Herzog Meghan Kinsey Lyndi Lanphear Bruce Menin Sheila Mullins Bruce Vogel Mayor Donna Holaday Richard Sullivan Jr. Winner: Donna Holaday Councilor At-Large Laurel Allgrove Edward Cameron Barry Connell Ari Herzog Meghan Kinsey Lyndi Lanphear Bruce Menin Sheila Mullins Bruce Vogel ... (more)