Amy Pearson was misidentified in a story, “A taste of history,” in Wednesday’s business section. Pearson is the manager of Turtle Alley Chocolates, and Hallie Baker is the owner.
The article “Retired Marine stays active despite stage 4 breast cancer,” on Page 10 of the Breast Cancer Awareness special section that published inside Wednesday’s Salem News, included incorrect information about the location of this year’s Turkey Shoot Out fundraiser. The event will take place at Boston North Fitness Center, 30 Prince St., Danvers.
The profile of Tom Gould, a candidate for Peabody councilor-at-large, published in Wednesday’s edition, requires correction. The story omitted his adult children when listing family members, as well as his degree from Northeastern University. Also, his wife is the sister of state Rep. Ted Speliotis.
- Address: 9 Abington Ave.
- Age: 58
- Employment: Owner of Treadwell's Ice Cream
- Education: Northeastern University, bachelor's degree in engineering
- Family: Wife, Sharon; two adult children
- Previous elected office: One term as councilor-at-large
- Community involvement: Director, Peabody Challenge Sports Program; director, Kayla's Vision Foundation; Board of Overseers, North Shore Medical Center; director, St. Vasilios Church Basketball League; Peabody Education Foundation; Carroll School Council
- Will you take city health insurance if elected?: Yes.
- Pastime: Cooking, spending time with his wife