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Students of the Greek School at St. Vasilios Church celebrate Greek Independence Day last year. In the bottom row, from left, are Leo Palma, Andreas Lantzakis, Nicholas Xhouri, Elia Papadopoulos, Demetrios Giannarakis and Kimonas Bolanos. In the top row, from left, are Sophia Kapoglis, Antonia Martins, Sophia Rouvalis, Katie DiFruscia, Pamela Poulopoulos, Felicia Kerstaris, school Principal Dina Kalatzidis, Sophia Pantazelos and Alexia Rivers. The boys are wearing foustanellas. The girls are wearing different costumes from different regions of Greece and the traditional Amalia costume, which includes a maroon jacket and blue satin skirt.

Local News

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  • Police: Excessive speed may have been factor in Route 1 crash in Peabody

    Saturday morning at approximately 6 a.m., troopers from the Massachusetts State Police Danvers Barracks responded to a three vehicle crash on Route 1 north in the vicinity of Route 114 in Peabody.

    July 26, 2014

  • Driscoll Gordon College flap nets local LGBT group $12K

    SALEM -- The conservative uproar over Mayor Kim Driscoll's decision to terminate Gordon College's contract to operate Old Town Hall has turned into a cash cow for a local group supporting gay and lesbian youths.

    July 26, 2014 1 Photo 4 Stories

  • 140725_SN_DLE_HOUSE4 Middleton builder rescues First Period house in Danvers from demolition

    DANVERS -- Built before 1730, the First Period Benjamin Holten home at 52 Centre St. was a tear down that did not get torn down, the builder who preserved and restored the house said. "They had holes in the roof this big," said builder Michael Panzer

    July 26, 2014 5 Photos

  • Tisei Tisei's political funds seek to balance Republican, LGBT loyalties BOSTON -- As Republican Richard Tisei makes a second run for Congress, he has teamed up with other GOP challengers across the country to broaden his support. Earlier this year, he created a joint fundraising committee, the Equality Leadership Fund, w

    July 26, 2014 1 Photo

  • Market Basket board to consider Arthur T.'s offer BOSTON -- Market Basket's board of directors announced Friday that it will consider offers to buy the company -- including one from ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas. His offer will be considered "along with any other offers previously received and to be

    July 26, 2014