Eric Heideman bested close to 100 applicants for the position.
Eric Heideman bested close to 100 applicants for the position.
The water shuttle will make regular stops at the city docks at Blaney Street, Congress Street, Winter Island, and Salem Willows.
Timothy St. Laurent will be the head coach of the boys’ varsity basketball program.
The effort puts 42 new trash receptacles on the streets and 25 temporary workers.
The Dec. 6 election will replace outgoing member Paul Bockelman.
The Baker administration has given the town $40,000 to remove up to 20 motor vehicles from the river.
The city was awarded $250,000 by the state Department of Energy under its Green Communities program.
The Board of Selectmen anticipates holding a public hearing in September.
Melrose Veterans Memorial Middle School will be tapping the resources of the Anti-Defamation League and Melrose Alliance Against Violence.
The $1.2 million in federal grants are earmarked for boat pump-out stations and will reduce sewage discharge from recreational vessels.
Fresh produce is available from 1 to 6 p.m. at the corner of Lowell and Chestnut streets.
With new members Sasha Weinreich and Divya Bhatnagar, there are now five women on the nine-member board.
The funds will go toward roof repairs of the pier’s cold storage building, ensuring the continued viability of the city’s commercial fishing industry.
Mayor James Fiorentini’s $178.3 million budget is about $2.7 million more than last year.
Judith Flanagan Kennedy also will answer questions at the July 19 public event.
Assistant City Solicitor David Shapiro will act as a special assistant district attorney for cases involving violations of fire prevention, building, sanitary, and zoning codes.
The city will hold a “Centennial Concert and Fireworks Spectacular.”
Klinbert Garcia is a 2014 graduate of Methuen High School.
Modeled after the Gloucester ANGEL Initiative, the Heroin Opiate Prevention Effort will try to reduce the number of overdose deaths.
Tony Carli, a 16-year veteran of the department, assumes the post July 10.
State epidemiologist Dr. Alfred DeMaria will discuss mosquito- and tick-borne diseases such as Zika, Lyme disease, babesiosis, and Eastern equine encephalitis.
David Bull, one of the owners, said he hopes to have the sale completed before Labor Day.
The changes include senior citizen permits and lower transaction costs.
Residents again have the chance to purchase fresh vegetables and fruit in their own neighborhoods.
Fines of up to $10,000 and potential jail time of up to one week are included for infractions.
The first of six Monday night programs, Creature Teachers, will be held July 11.
Recyclables will not be collected curbside if materials are in the wrong bin or if nonrecycling materials are placed in a bin.
13 local groups received funds from the United Way’s Summer Experience in Greater Lowell.
The Passport app allows drivers to pay for parking or extend their parking times without having to dig for change or return to their meter.
The Trustees of Reservations is aiming to raise $2.5 million to acquire the 20.5-acre Steep Hill tract parcel.
The $37,000 will fund hiring a consultant to survey historic buildings downtown, and allow the city’s historic preservation planner to work full time.
The $9.4 million project will include a playground, community gardens, and an off-leash dog area.
More than 300 volunteers have signed up for neighborhood beautification in Beverly, Lynn, Peabody, and Salem.
The Filming Instead of Getting High Team (F.I.G.H.T.) is an initiative of Johnny Hickey, a Wakefield resident and filmmaker.
The open house will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, June 28, at the Essex Senior Center
The alley between Essex and Common streets increases Northern Essex students’ access to downtown.
The money will help district and private educators craft a common curriculum aimed at preparing children to enter the public schools.
Desi Feldman’s video, “Defeat Stress,” was selected from among 52 submitted for the annual project.
Superintendent Judith Scannell is now working on recalling the “majority” of the 54 staff members who received layoff notices June 14.
The current sheriff, Frank G. Cousins Jr., is retiring after 20 years in the post.
The registry is looking to lease approximately 8,300 square feet in Beverly, Danvers, Peabody, or Topsfield.
The auction includes Henry D. Audesse’s 32-room Georgian brick mansion and all its furnishings.
Robert Moreschi is the city’s new chief procurement agent and Lara Wehbe Ammouri is business manager for the Department of Public Works.
A committee presentation will outline suggested scenarios, which include closing, rehabilitating, consolidating, or redeveloping a number of town facilities.
The new facilities are located on both sides of Beverly Harbor next to the current Veterans Memorial Bridge.
Alison Nieto, Marblehead finance director, received an Award of Financial Reporting Achievement.
Jim Destino, who took the job when Safatia Romeo Theken became mayor in January, will step down on June 30.
The Planning Assistance Toward Housing grants assist communities in meeting their housing needs.
The land, which included three buildable residential lots, was donated by the Four Twenty Newburyport Turnpike LLC.
The new facility, at the Town Park, consists of two fenced-in areas, one for all dogs and a second for small dogs only.
The $4.35 million in the stabilization fund can be used to meet unforeseen expenses.
The Dapper McDonald ALS Residence joins the Steve Sailing ALS residence and the Slifka MS Residence.
Shoppers using their EBT/SNAP card can double their dollars when shopping.
The proceeds from the June 12 Just One race will benefit treatment options, recovery support, and prevention efforts.
The project included uncovering portions of underwater streams; replacing an aging concrete channel with a natural stream bed; and restoring sensitive coastal wetlands.
The capsule, which will be installed in Harbor Place, will be opened in 2041.
In addition to locally raised fruits and vegetables, the market features seafood, baked goods, meat, and other items.
The reservoir is not staffed and there are no lifeguards on duty.
The $9.8 million Miller Field project would include an artifical turf field.
Andrea Bunker, a Woburn native, will replace Kathleen O’Doherty, who held the position for 30 years.
Donations will help replace support columns in the basement of its home theater at 12 School St.
The “carnaval” will be held from 2 to 6 p.m. along East Broadway from McGrath Highway to Pennsylvania Avenue.
The market attracts more than 50 vendors every Thursday from 3 to 6:30 p.m. through Oct. 13.
Salem State’s annual Youth At Risk Conference will be held June 1 at Endicott College in Beverly.
The plate’s design features an image from Gloucester (Fisherman at the Wheel), Essex (a schooner in full sail), Rockport (Motif No. 1), and Manchester-by-the-Sea (rotunda at Tucks Point).
The $23 million project doubled the size of the building and added new pools.
The new town website site includes bill paying, community alert sign-ups, maps, and construction updates.
Vanguard Waterfront Square Apartment Homes is a 194-unit rental development across from Revere Beach.
The $4 million project include bathrooms; new outside doors; electrical system overhaul; exterior brick restoration; and replacing more than 400 windows.
The “Sustainability Scholars” developed a project to reduce the use of plasic bags and Styrofoam in town.
From July 11 through Aug. 12, the program provides breakfasts and lunches for children up to age 18.
Honor Flight New England provides free transportation for the trip.
The shuttle will accept the Charlie card, or a fee of up to $3 for a one-day pass for adults.
Seven displays will be installed between Peabody and Gloucester, informing drivers of how long portions of the ride will take.
Town Meeting appropriated $2.25 million in free cash for the purchase of a 15-acre parcel at 5 Campanelli Drive for the new yard.
The meeting was organized by opponents of the expansion proposal.
The event features activities such as games, family zumba, arts and crafts, interactive water safety, and Bouncy House play.
Nancy Ryan had worked at the library for two decades.
The event at Brooksby Farm will feature food vendors, live music, games, and other activities for all ages.
Starting May 16, the street will be closed to eastbound traffic between Somerville Avenue and Oxford Street weekdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.