opinion in saugus

State needs to help Saugus slow down | 10:00 PM

Saugus is making great strides in revamping its public schools and, one by one, the town is sprucing up, in

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Saugus slams on the brakes | 7:39 PM

Saugus Town Meeting took a decisive and, to some people, bewildering stance Monday on large-scale housing development in the town.

A marijuana border war | 9:20 PM

No salvos have been exchanged or swords crossed, but Saugus and Lynn are unofficially at war over the City Council’s

Saugus says goodbye | 9:01 PM

Spenser Hasak’s photo on the front page of The Daily Item Friday spoke as eloquently about love and loss as

Saugus reimagines a riverway | 8:18 PM

Saugus town leaders are no strangers to bold ideas. The reorganization and almost top-to-bottom reconstruction of town public schools is

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Editorial: Tackling Route 1 traffic | 10:01 PM

Saugus Town Manager Scott Crabtree and Revere Mayor Brian Arrigo deserve praise for pursuing a multi-year goal of obtaining public

T bus route changes hardly token | 8:05 PM

We strongly urge MBTA bus riders to attend Thursday’s 6 p.m. public hearing at North Shore Community College focused on

Commentary: Fuel assistance is personal | 10:56 PM

At Lynn Economic Opportunity (LEO), our work is about people and relationships. For us, fuel assistance is not transactional, it

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OpEd: A brother remembers | 6:33 PM

I remember Pearl Harbor and the onset of war: The headlines, newsreels, songs of bond-selling, gas-griping, and movies too true