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This Week's Circulars


Salem - Marie F. Dube, aged 89, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on August 19, 2019. Born in Salem in 1930 to John E. O'Leary and Laura (Dubois) O'Leary, Marie lived in Salem during her formative years, and graduated from St. Mary's High School in 1948. After graduating Marie work…


SALEM — The filming of  "Hubie Halloween" on the North Shore this summer has provided some good vibes for those who get to witness a big budget Hollywood film being made, but it has also provided direct and indirect boosts to businesses and individuals alike.


PEABODY — During a recent live gig, Los Sugar Kings bassist Mik Mersha approached his microphone on the Northshore Mall's Promenade event stage and asked if anyone in the audience was a fan of The Beatles.

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PEABODY — The City Council will reconsider its rejection of a special permit for a proposed AAA Northeast dispatch center at 7 Lakeland Park Drive.


PEABODY — Since its founding 41 years ago, Christian Book Distributors has been known by its customers and employees as CBD for short.


BOSTON — The cost of prescription drugs through the state's Medicaid program has soared to more than $1.9 billion a year, cutting deep into the budget and threatening to crowd out spending on other crucial health care programs.

DANVERS — More than 150 business people turned out at Essex Tech on Thursday for an after-hours, multi-chamber networking event. 


 PEABODY — In its next executive director, the Peabody Area Chamber of Commerce has hired someone well-acquainted with the Peabody business community, and who has spent more than half her life working in City Hall.
 City Treasurer and Tanner City native Julie Daigle, 36, has been hired …

SALISBURY — For sale: waterfront property with sweeping views of the Atlantic Ocean. Waves erode beach regularly. Flooding gets worse every year. Saltwater damage to lawn.


BEVERLY — Marty Bloom has opened more than 30 restaurants in his career, so many that he's lost count. He's best known as the founder of the Vinny Testa's Italian Restaurant chain, which he sold for $18.5 million in cash in 2001.

BOSTON — Immigrants who use marijuana or work in the recreational or medical pot industries could be denied citizenship, even in states like Massachusetts where use of the drug is legal.

SALEM — Business leaders gathered Wednesday at Peabody Essex Museum to honor the winners of the Salem Chamber of Commerce's annual Celebrate Salem Awards. The ceremony recognized excellence in retail, community service, new business, long-term achievement and businesspeople of the year. 


PEABODY — Fourteen teens from across the North Shore pitched their business ideas Saturday at the Northshore Mall. The student CEOs, all between the ages of 13 and 18, are members of the Young Entrepreneurs Academy, a 25-week program hosted through the Peabody Area Chamber of Commerce design…


So far, lots of attention has been paid to the opening of recreational marijuana shops in Massachusetts. But a related kind of store is also starting to pop up on the North Shore — stores selling products made from a cannabis compound called CBD.


BEVERLY —  A year and a half after officials cut the ribbon on 13,000 square feet of new labs and offices at Northshore InnoVentures, the space has a lived-in feel.


SALEM — High school students learned last week that the Bay State's proximity to the ocean can provide a living beyond the fishing industry.

DANVERS — More than 100 exhibitors set up at the Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Thursday for the North Shore Chamber of Commerce's annual North Shore Business Expo. The daylong networking event included an investment forecast panel moderated by Dan Griggs, Massachusetts president of TD Bank, and…

BOSTON – An estimated 464,000 Massachusetts workers counted themselves as union members in 2018, the most since 2009, according to new federal data.