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Jean Marie Rochna-Caron

Local News

Local News
  • Parisella Parisella facing only one opponent

    BEVERLY -- With two weeks to go before the deadline to enter the race, it's looking like a relatively easy path to re-election for state Rep. Jerry Parisella. Parisella's only opponent so far is Euplio Marciano, a U.S. Army veteran who has lost sever

    April 15, 2014 1 Photo

  • Meyer Local rabbi, a Kansas native, reflects on slayings

    MARBLEHEAD -- The hate-crime shootings at two Jewish facilities in Kansas on Sunday hit close to home for Rabbi David Meyer of Temple Emanu-El in Marblehead. Meyer grew up in the Shawnee Mission area south of Kansas City, went to high school in Prai

    April 15, 2014 1 Photo 1 Story

  • Poll: Tisei even with Tierney in race Congressman John Tierney could have his hands full again this year as a new poll showed him deadlocked with Republican Richard Tisei in a race shaping up to be the most competitive Congressional race in Massachusetts. Tierney, D-Salem, beat Tisei, a

    April 15, 2014

  • North Shore residents to run in 2014 Boston Marathon

    The Salem News asked those on the North Shore who are running this year's Boston Marathon to share their reasons for running. 

    If you're running the marathon this year, it's not too late to share why you're running. Send a brief paragraph, a photo of yourself and a link to your fundraising site (if applicable) to Cheryl Lecesse at

    April 4, 2014

  • A splash pad for Point park's future? SALEM -- The city wants Mary Jane Lee Park to make a splash. Officials have plans to build a "water activity splash pad" in the park, which is located in the Point neighborhood. A splash pad is a children's attraction that typically features fountain

    April 15, 2014