Monthly Archives: February 2016

Shrewsbury Library Project

Recently the Boston Globe had an article about Shrewsbury’s new library. We thought this link may be of interest for those of you that are curious about in a new library and what other communities are doing.  This link provides an overview

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New Organization Facebook Site Announced

Dear Friends and Supporters of the Lynnfield Initiative For Transparency (L.I.F.T) and all residents and well-wishers of Lynnfield, This LIFT initiative is not of one person but of a team with supporters. LIFT is a grass roots effort to keep

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BOARD OF SELECTMEN AGENDA Monday, February 8, 2016   Regular Meeting – 7:00 p.m. Al Merritt Media and Cultural Center, Market Street ****NOTE***** As a result of changes in the Open Meeting Law, the chair must announce at the outset

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2015 Mass. foreclosure petitions up 50 percent through Nov.

Foreclosures starts in Massachusetts were up nearly 42 percent in November compared to the year before, according to the Warren Group, a real estate tracking firm. In the first 11 months of 2015, the number of petitions initiating foreclosures increased

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All-girls Catholic high school to open in Wenham By Paul Leighton Staff Writer 23 hrs ago Courtesy photo. A new all-girls Catholic high school is opening in Wenham at the Penguin Hall estate off Essex Street. WENHAM — A new

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Lynnfield Fire Captain accepted position as Nahant Fire Fire Cheif

  News NAHANT GETS ITS CHIEF By BRIDGET TURCOTTE NAHANT — Lynnfield Fire Captain Michael Feinberg has accepted the position of Nahant Fire Chief, contingent upon his contract, which will be discussed at tonight’s Board of Selectmen meeting. Town Administrator Jeff Chelgren recommended Feinberg to the

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Tennessee Gas seeks ‘pre-condemnation’ access for pipeline surveys as 408 Massachusetts landowners resist Tom Clark of Clarkdale Fruit Farm in Deerfield is one of 408 Massachusetts landowners refusing access to surveyors for the planned Northeast Energy Direct pipeline. (Mary Serreze

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