LYNN — My Brother’s Table, the North Shore’s largest soup kitchen, will hold its 7th annual Founders’ Celebration on Wednesday,
The Sachimes, Saugus High School’s a capella group, took first place in the 2019 ICHSA Northeast Region Quarterfinals beating schools
UPDATE: Due to Saturday’s predicted snowstorm, the Museum has postponed the Black History Story Share to Saturday, March 9. PM.Please
SWAMPSCOTT — Dr. Carlin Weaver, a board-certified orthodontist practicing in Swampscott, has been recognized among the 2019 “10 Under Ten”
SALEM — Salem State University will bring two influential speakers to campus as part of the long-running Salem State Series.
MARBLEHEAD — An evening with Don White and Christine Lavin is cause for celebration. They have toured throughout America with
SALEM — There was a time in America when there was no such thing as an “illegal immigrant.” “If you
LYNN — Hundreds of community leaders, elected officials, people from the business community, and supporters will attend Girls Inc. of
BOSTON — A Lynnfield woman was sentenced Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Boston for filing false tax returns, according
St. Mary’s and Bishop Fenwiick boosters will have to hustle after work Wednesday evening to catch the rivalry’s (pre) Thanksgiving
The Southern Essex District Register of Deeds will present a free seminar on the Property Fraud Watch program at the
MARBLEHEAD — Izzi Abrams was installed as the new Board President for 2018-2020 at the Jewish Community Center of the
The Peabody Performing Arts Parents Group has donated $2,000 to Northeast Arc’s campaign to outfit Peabody’s Black Box Theater.