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The Rosen family had been anchored in haverhill for a century. from left: emily and andy rosen, grandmotheresther rosen, nate auger and his wife, emily rosen auger (Andy’s sister), and joel and shaw rosen (their parents).

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The Rosen family had been anchored in Haverhill for a century. From left: Andy Rosen and wife Emily, grandmother Esther Rosen, Nate Auger and his wife, Emily Rosen Auger (Andy’s sister), and Joel and Shaw Rosen (their parents).

3 generations, 3 states, 7 transactions, 1 year

The decisions didn’t come easily, but they reflected the ways our lives had changed over the decades, often without us stopping to take notice. By Andy Rosen

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“Wakefield has about 25,000 people, but it still feels like a small town,” Nancy Bertrand said.

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A sampling of homes for sale in Wakefield includes an expanded Cape and a multilevel home with 2,426 square feet of living space.

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How to handle a moisture problem in the attic

Carpenter and home expert Rob Robillard answers your questions about leaks, chips, cracks, tools, and more.

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It’s a good idea to remove snow from low-pitch roofs when the snow depth is 18 inches or more.

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The icicles on your house are huge and numerous. Does that mean you have an ice dam?

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Richmond is a bucolic, sparsely populated town best known to many in Massachusetts as the summer retreat of former governor Deval Patrick.

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One for the ages

The owners of this antique Shingle Style home in Manchester-by-the-Sea liked the idea of a neutral room with pops of color.