opinion in swampscott

A tribute to Louis A. Gallo | 6:36 PM

To the editor: Louis A. Gallo was a true friend, teacher, artist, visionary, writer, storyteller, leader, team player, jokester and

Letter: Gallo a true history buff | 7:16 PM

To the editor: Louie Gallo was a friend, a historian, an artist, a family member, a giver and he had

Letter: We will miss you, Lou | 6:34 PM

To the editor:  I am sad to see Lou Gallo’s sudden passing. Lou has been considered the key town historian

Letter: Rest in peace, Lou | 6:32 PM

To the editor:  I am a multigenerational Swampscotter. I didn’t know Louie Gallo in high school because he was five

Jourgensen: Any club that would have me | 7:19 PM

Americans are lonely and loneliness is making them sick.  A Harvard Graduate School of Education survey of 950 people, including

Swampscott should embrace the future | 5:43 PM

If anyone deserves to be labeled a “final authority” on a subject, it is Lois Longin with her outlook on

We must stop anti-Semitism | 7:07 PM

A survey of American Jews released by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) this week should alarm every American: 60 percent of

Krause: Little League, Big Success | 6:14 PM

Sunday, I — along with about 150 people who didn’t mind getting soaked — went to Monument Avenue in Swampscott

Trying times for town managers | 4:59 PM

In Nahant, Antonio Barletta is assessing the town’s strategy in the wake of a Town Meeting vote allowing an eminent

Letter: Thank you, Lynn police | 5:47 PM

To the editor: On May 1, my son, Michael McAleer, passed away suddenly at his residence in Lynn. The Lynn

Jourgensen: Freedom is not free | 7:00 PM

It’s another sunny morning and I pause during my walk to stand in front of the memorial saluting Jennifer Harris

Neighborliness and Swampscott | 8:18 PM

Controversy blooms in Swampscott faster than algae off Preston Beach, but the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lynn’s concerns about