The $23 million project doubled the size of the building and added new pools.
The $23 million project doubled the size of the building and added new pools.
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 new town website site includes bill paying, community alert sign-ups, maps, and construction updates.
Any member of a rental household that qualifies for federal or state housing programs and meets income criteria is eligible.
According to a flyer, there will be “no agenda or speeches, just a chance to ask questions.”
The Somerville Family Learning Collaborative and the Council on Aging are hosting a community baby shower for invited families on April 5 at the Holland Street Center.
Brian Arrigo wants to give residents a chance to ask questions and discuss issues relating to city services and quality of life.
The department has one open position and projected retirements over the next two years.
The Point at 180 is being constructed by Sagebrook Development on an open 14,000 square foot lot at 180 Eastern Ave.
A pair of $2,000 matching grants from the Essex National Heritage Area have been awarded to Lowell’s Boat Shop and the Union Congregational Church.
The plan will establish a sequence of short-term, mid-term, and long-term recommendations to help guide the town’s decisions.
The Davis Companies plann to build 271 residential units on the campus of its existing office park off Route 3A.
Peabody residents can show their community spirit and help spruce up the city.
Merrimack College also will be bestowing degrees on approximately 750 undergraduates and 250 graduate students.
The forum will discuss how immigrants can transfer foreign credits to colleges and validate their degrees through job training.
A group of 24 students — including Ipswich teachers and some of their daughters — completed a Rape Aggression Defense class last month.
A community choice aggregation plan would allow pooling the energy buying power of interested customers and negotiating lower rates.
The event will be held on Sunday, April 17 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the Caron Theater at Medford High School.
The Section 8 program will extend 20 years at Wilson Gardens after the current contract expires in 2019.
Linda Nowak had been serving as interim dean since last July.
Dennis Mahoney, who was chosen from a field of 43 candidates, is currently an assistant principal in Wilmington.
Nature’s Remedy Inc. of Massachusetts has asked Westford officials for a letter of support or non-opposition for its plans.
Scammers have been calling Methuen homes and businesses, demanding payment on past-due National Grid bills.
Some residents voiced concerns about the potential for traffic and noise, while others questioned the size and scope of the project.
All proceeds from the presentation will support the $31.5 million library project.
The group administers an investment trust that supports the town’s public schools.
A $1.3 million project approved by the City Council in 2015, the replacement is expected to be competed in June.
Seven of the nine commission seats will be filled by city residents between 13 and 21.
Kimberly J. Conway, a School Committee member, topped the ticket in a four-way race for two seats on the Board of Selectmen.
“The Anonymous People” will be followed by a panel discussion featuring members of the Salem community who are dealing with the impact of alcohol and drugs.
Estrella, who is a member of the NECC Board of Trustees, is the principal of Estrella Law Offices.
The public library is collecting photographs of Winthrop community members. The library plans to select photos it receives to include in an exhibit, its online archives, and perhaps in a book.
Through the MAVEN Project, doctors provide remote video consultations with Lynn patients needing specialty care.
Chip Osborne of Marblehead-based Osborne Organics, will speak. He is an organic landscape and turf grass expert.
The funds may be used to restore, retain, or hire police and fire personnel for overtime if needed to provide adequate shift coverage.
The city closes the streets to traffic for crowds that may number 2,000 in good weather.
Graduating high school seniors who works for a chamber member in good standing, or have a family member who is a chamber member, are eligible to apply.
A request of $13,000 to make pedestrian and traffic improvements to the Town Center is on the warrant.
Medford will be working with the state on financial management, safe streets, and funding on a study to revitalize Medford Square.
The 9-acre multi-purpose recreation facility is expected to be completed in November.
Incumbent selectmen Christopher Hartling and Robert Hogan are being challenged by Virginia E. Mooney, a longtime town meeting member and former selectwoman.
The new five-year agreements are expected to save taxpayers about $375,000 per year, city officials said.
Salem has approximately 50 veterans of the era, about 20 of whom were deployed in the war zone.
The short film is intended to raise awareness about the dangers of youth misusing and abusing prescription medications.
The first public meeting, scheduled for March 21, will be a follow-up on affordable housing.
The town’s goal is to complete 405 home energy assessments this year.
The city is rewriting the job descriptions of harbormaster and assistant harbormaster, and the hiring process will begin after that.
The project is expected to add about $200 to the annual tax bill of the average Billerica homeowner.
Brian Arrigo plans to professionalize city government, reforming budget practices, and take aim at the opiate abuse crisis.
The funding will provide intensive support services to elderly, homeless, and formerly homeless families.
While 52 people applied, Superintendent Pamela Angelakis said none would be the right choice.
NuDay Syria is a nonprofit relief agency that helps displaced Syrian women and children.
The STEM College for Kids program offers healthy hiking, nature drawing, and more.
The branch, at 135 Parker St., will open from 1 to 4 p.m. Sundays.
The annual program was created last year to help beautify city neighborhoods, promote civic pride, and bring art to unexpected places.
The document covers several areas, including open space, housing, economic development, public facilities, culture, and history.
MassDevelopment issued a $5.8 million tax exempt bond for the purchase and renovation of 38 units and the construction of 14 new ones.
The Department of Transportation will be closing a portion of Main Street from March 14 through March 17.
The state Department of Revenue recently certified the free cash figure at $2.1 million for fiscal 2015.
The public review was launched after the MBTA determined that the project’s actual cost could exceed the $2 billion price tag by nearly $1 billion.
The Expo will include a full lineup of free demonstrations, including martial arts, sports, yoga, zumba, and aerobics.
Four of five members resigned recently, leaving just Christopher Murray as an incumbent member.
The changes include making nearly all town boards appointed, except the Board of Selectmen, Planning Board, School Committee, Board of Library Trustees, and town moderator.
The courses teach a five-step action plan to offer initial help to adults and youths displaying signs of a mental illness or in a crisis and connect them with the appropriate care.
The $60 million development will include 170 rental housing units, 80,000 square feet of retail space, and a new Cape Ann YMCA building.
Starting Sept. 1, the policy will protect tenants from secondhand smoke.
T Ford Co. offered $587,265 to purchase the 4.5-acre site in order to construct a public storage facility.
In selecting the 30-year veteran of the department, selectmen noted his decades of experience and his education.
The $425,000 grant will be used to prevent abuse of prescription drugs by teens and young adults.
David J. Greenbaum previously worked as a senior sanitarian for the Salem Health Department.
The city was among six winners of the 2016 Childhood Obesity Prevention Awards.
Beth O’Donnell is a local attorney whose practice includes employment and administrative law.
Through CommUniverCity, students from Lynn’s public high schools can earn up to 30 college credits.
Amy Callahan was selected to be the board’s higher education representative.
Some of Somerville High’s oldest sections date to the late 1800s.
The national award recognizes community efforts to help people live healthier lives.
Marblehead is one of 34 US communities to receive the designation, a partnership with the park service to gain access to historic preservation guidance and grants.
The successful candidate will replace Sean Kiley, who left the high school in August.
The project includes the towns of Essex, Ipswich, Newbury, Newburyport, Rowley, and Salisbury.
Wayne Castonguay is the executive director of the Ipswich River Watershed Association.