The Colts defeated the Texans 30-23 Sunday to take over the lead in the AFC South.
A Ceremony to remember the sacrifices and recognize the service of those who were prisoners of war (POW), as well as those who are missing in action (MIA), and their families, took place Friday morning at the Essex County Sheriff's headquarters.
The Wings of Freedom World War II planes arrived at Beverly Airport Friday afternoon. The vintage planes on display were the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, Consolidated B-24 Liberator, B-25 Mitchell, Curtiss P-40 Warhawk and North American P-51 Mustang and B-25 Mitchell. Tours and flights will…
Peabody Boy Scouts Troop 119 gathered at the city's Public Safety Memorial on Perkins Street Wednesday evening for a Sept. 11 remembrance. Scoutmaster Dan Walsh, noting that 9/11 happened before these boys were born, said it's important for this new generation to learn what happened that day…
The Cabot unveiled two new large murals it commissioned, by artists from as far away as Brazil and England, during a community dedication ceremony on Aug. 6. The murals, installed on either side of the brick exterior facade of the historic theater on Cabot Street in downtown Beverly, were pa…
Salem celebrated National Night Out Tuesday evening at Salem Common with all sorts of public safety vehicles and equipment available for public inspection. Promoted as "America's Night Out Against Crime," the local event saw lots of youngsters jump at the chance to get behind the wheel of a …
SALEM — The annual North Shore Pride Parade and Festival took place June 22 in downtown Salem and on Salem Common. This year's theme was "Stonewall 50: Looking Back Marching Forward," which paid homage to the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots, a 1969 uprising in New York City sparked b…
The top-ranked high school seniors on the North Shore will be honored for their academic achievements tonight when the North Shore Chamber of Commerce hosts its 51st annual Honor Scholars Recognition Dinner.
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This Week's Circulars
- Two arraigned for role in early-morning brawl
- UPDATE: Emerson journalism professor struck, killed by train at Beverly Depot
- Storm wreaks havoc: Homes damaged by trees, many schools closed
- Storm sends boats ashore in Salem, damages Willows pier
- And it's gone
- Salem's second pot shop prepares to open
- Customers flock to Whole Foods opening
- Police seize over 100 pounds of marijuana, other drugs in raid
- UPDATE: Man on bike struck by train at Beverly Depot
- Storm ravages Salem boats, Willows pier