Wayne Burton, left, president of North Shore Community College, and Bill Luster, vice president of Higher Education Partners, show off the building that will house the college culinary and cosmetology programs. Under the public-private arrangement, the business will provide the space and startup costs in return for a share of the fees.
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Peabody council nixes proposed apartments
The plan to spend $1.1 million turning 98 Main St. into a residential building was stopped after an intense debate at last night’s City Council meeting.
5-year contract for Beverly fire chief
Mayor Bill Scanlon and fire Chief Paul Cotter have agreed to a contract that will keep Cotter as chief for another five years.
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Judge: Eatery not properly notified of sanction
- Shooting in Marblehead is 'non-suspicious,' authorities say
- Chism pleads not guilty
- Cahill objects to mayor's picks
- DA: Nanny left 2-year-old alone in apartment
- Keenan stresses need for gas plant
- Vehicular homicide charged in May fatality
- Woman faces prostitution charge
- Chief's brother, a cop, on paid leave
- Police: Man steals cousin's ID, airline ticket during dispute
- Lynn man charged with using stolen coat to steal other items
- Santa skips the sleigh
- Salem house tour this weekend
- Marblehead Christmas Walk returns starting tonight
- Man charged with assault on disabled girlfriend
- Teen pleads not guilty in Danvers teacher's slaying
- Middle school study sought
- Board praises smaller dorm
- Peabody housing project questioned
- Danvers moves back to single polling place
- Rhodes Scholar attended Greenhouse School
- Historical society offering Holiday House Tour
- Police: Woman calls 911 for a push around mall
- Average tax bill to rise $216 in Beverly
- Toys for Tots donations stolen in Danvers