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Swampscott commuters headed to Boston across the Tobin Bridge won't have to stop to pay the toll starting next year, the state Department of Transportation announced on Monday.
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For the first time this past weekend, the city of Salem had side-by-side Harry Potter shops on Essex Street.
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A recent uptick in reports of stolen flower pots and damaged gardens has some city residents asking local police officers to increase their latenight foot patrols in certain Salem neighborhoods.
In addition to the Fiscal 2014 budget, Town Meeting members will decide a number of other important issues Monday night, including a proposed moratorium on medical marijuana dispensaries in Danvers, bylaw changes for taxis and moving town elections to Saturday.
Massachusetts State Police detectives assigned to District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett's office are investigating the incident, in which Michael J. Linscott, 29, was killed, according to Blodgett's spokeswoman, Carrie Kimball Monahan.
A fire damaged Walyo's Variety Store on Essex Street in Salem Friday afternoon. Salem firefighters responded to the fire at approximately 2:15 p.m. The variety store, located on the corner of Essex Street and Forrester Avenue, suffered structural damage in the fire.
Today is Friday, May 17, and here are the five things you need to know: 1 . It should be another beautiful day in Salem.
After you stop by the third annual GreenFest in Peabody Saturday morning, there's a high school cake decorating war on in Danvers, and there's a lot of other events going on in Beverly and the nearby area of the North Shore.
Looking to move to Salem or in the market for a new home in the city? Every Friday, we provide a list of local homes holding open houses on Sunday.
A window recently posted in the business' front window reads: "To All of Our Loyal Customers: 43 Church has now ceased all restaurant operations and will remain closed.
The National Weather Service is warning of the potential for brush fires in the Salem area Thursday afternoon and night.
A grand jury has indicted an Everett man accused of robbing an Eastern Bank in Salem of more than $11,000 last month.
Workers developing the former St. Joseph Church site on Lafayette Street in Salem recently unearthed a piece of the city's not-so-distant past.