Assistant News Editor
Marcia Dick grew up in Malden and when she was a kid, would fight her dad over who got to read the Globe sports section. She got her first journalism job straight out of college at my hometown paper, where she learned the business. After a brief stop in Tampa, she came to the Globe in 1988.
Marcia believes being a native of the North Shore helps her understand what’s important to our audience: Stories that reflect quality of life such as development, taxes, and what beach you can get a parking space at a decent price this summer.
By Linda Greenstein , Globe Correspondent
In addition, KIPP has requested a second elementary school; a second middle school; and an expanded high school, adding 1,014 students in Lynn.
By Bette Keva , Globe Correspondent
Relax, taste the salt air, and chat with fellow riders about your creative 35-minute solution to traffic gridlock. It’s a day at the beach and you don’t even have to use sick leave.
By Naomi Kooker , Globe Correspondent
The Gloucester House is known for its lobster. But try the blackened haddock tacos as you watch the sunset over the harbor.
By G. Jeffrey MacDonald , Globe Correspondent
The city now has between 60 and 80, including 13 chronically homeless individuals who account for 1,000 calls to the police a year.