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Palestinian flag raised at North Andover’s town common after select board vote

The Palestinian flag was raised at the town common in North Andover Tuesday morning after a resident’s request to fly the flag was approved unanimously by the town’s select board Monday night.

City of Lynn on edge after authorities find more than 10 million doses of illegal drugs in home’s basement

While the seized drugs are now off the streets, outreach workers worry that many of the candy-shaped pills may have already made their way into the community and possibly into area schools.

Suspect in fatal shooting of 18-year-old Salem State student to be arraigned

An Salem resident was arrested Wednesday night in the shooting death of a Salem State University basketball player who was found in a car parked near campus, authorities said.

The Salem Witch Museum was named the world’s No. 2 tourist trap. Let’s pay a visit.

A USA Today analysis of online reviews slammed the Witch City destination in an examination of the top 500 tourist attractions in the world.

Stone-carved graves are going extinct. A Somerville artist is bringing them back to life.

A Salem-born artist is working to bring two stolen Salem gravestones back from the dead by carving replicas by hand, and hoping to revive a New England art form in the process.

Nothing screams North Shore like getting lost at the Cummings Center

The mixed-use development, once home to the world’s largest factory, has a system for navigating the maze-like complex of more than 2 million square feet.

Two kayakers rescued from Ipswich Bay during potentially hazardous weather

Police and firefighters responded to reports of one or two kayakers in the water at approximately 9:35 a.m. While en route, emergency responders were told that an Ipswich policer officer near Clark Beach had spotted at least one person treading water.

At the Museum of Printing, ‘We’re trying to save the past for the future’

This gem in Haverhill has the world’s largest collection of typographic technology and ephemera.