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Masconomet's unbeaten 1963 football team is celebrating their 50th anniversary tonight. Pictured are, front row, Rich Lebell, Gene Perry, Pete O'Dell, Gary Lynch, Joe Langis, Steve Chew, Ron Dey; Second Row, Jack Greenler, Frank Gingrande, Tom Skinner, Dick Ray, Billy Kulczak, Dave Doughty, Steve Love; Third Row, Jim Evans, Dana Sanger, Len Setvin, Bruce Erickson, Ken McGill, Ray Langis, Dave Gangi; Fourth Row, Shawn Stickney, Tom Mattraw, Jack Despres, Web Rundlett, Buzz Chadwick, Pete Sennott; Fifth Row, Coach Walt Roberts, Paul Richardson, Dick Wennerberg, Dave Freedman, Coach Bob Hawkes.

Local News

Local News
  • City gets four bids for McKay School BEVERLY -- In the latest round of bids for the McKay School property, the city will consider four new proposals it received last week. The most recent proposals mark the fourth time the city has reviewed bids on the property and the second effort for

    August 20, 2014

  • Police to put down their pens, write electronic tickets BOSTON -- State troopers will soon toss handwritten tickets in favor of electronic citations to save money and time, and local police across the state could eventually follow suit. State police using the system will swipe or scan a driver's license t

    August 20, 2014

  • 140819_SN_DLE_VAPOR2 No 'butts' about it: Vapor stores pop up despite e-cig concerns Michael Greene sells e-cigarettes because they saved his life. And if they were available in the United States 17 years ago, they might have also spared his father, who smoked four packs of cigarettes a day for 40 years. "If you put too many regulati

    August 20, 2014 3 Photos

  • 140819_SN_DLE_MURPHY4 109 days, 2 new lungs later, Essex Deputy Sheriff Murphy going strong Dozens of friends and family members lined up on Balcomb Street Tuesday evening to greet Newton Murphy as he arrived home from his double lung transplant. Murphy, the Essex County deputy sheriff, had been in the hospital for 109 days after his surge

    August 20, 2014 8 Photos

  • Sex offender Matthew Delima, who fled with teen, gets 2-10 years

    SALEM -- A judge Tuesday returned a homeless Level 3 sex offender to state prison for two to 10 years, but he said that after reading police reports and other records in the case, he would have imposed even more time. The reason Judge Timothy Feeley

    August 20, 2014 3 Stories