FOXBOROUGH — No. 8 Fairhaven played the role of the villain in No. 3 Salem’s first Super Bowl appearance since … [Read more...] about Salem falls to Fairhaven in Super Bowl
LYNN — The Essex County Community Foundation is partnering with Healing Abuse Working for Change to help … [Read more...] about HAWC receives laptops, funding for internet service for domestic-violence victims
BEVERLY — Local and state officials gathered with members of the press at the Carriage House on Tuesday … [Read more...] about State launches new coastal-resiliency initiative
All address information, particularly arrests, reflect police records. In the event of a perceived inaccuracy, … [Read more...] about Police Log 11/27/23
I enjoy writing to different audiences: older, younger, fans of certain sports, and so forth. Conversation … [Read more...] about BARRETT: Is boxing as good as it was?
This is my first column talking about the Celtics since we acquired Kristaps Porzingis for Marcus Smart back … [Read more...] about ABOYOUN: How are the C’s doing, really?
BOSTON — Several area organizations are getting a long-term boost courtesy of United Way of Massachusetts … [Read more...] about Area organizations get seven-year financial commitment from United Way
SWAMPSCOTT — Four years ago, restaurateur Matthew Swartz had a Thanksgiving he would never forget. With a few … [Read more...] about After Thanksgiving accident, Swampscott restaurant owner donates $40K to Salem Hospital
SALEM — Santa Claus is coming back to town in 2023! Join Salem Main Streets and the City of Salem as we … [Read more...] about Salem Santa arrival and tree lighting set for Friday
SALEM — A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Salem Hospital and Mass General Brigham for the … [Read more...] about Class-action lawsuit filed against Salem Hospital, Mass General Brigham
SALEM — Nearly 450 patients at Salem Hospital might have been exposed to HIV and hepatitis infections, the … [Read more...] about Salem Hospital patients potentially exposed to viruses
SALEM – The Merry Mixers have once again brought a lot of cheer to Salem Hospital – raising a record-breaking … [Read more...] about Merry Mixers donate $93,000 to Salem Hospital Pediatric Programs
SALEM — Plummer Youth Promise celebrated the groundbreaking of its new trauma-informed residential building on … [Read more...] about Plummer Youth Promise breaks ground alongside Lt. Gov. Driscoll on new trauma-informed residential building
SALEM — Salem State Theatre, in conjunction with Salem State University’s Center for Creative and Performing … [Read more...] about Salem State University hosting Veterans 10-Minute Play Festival
DANVERS — As defending state champions, the No. 4 St. John’s Prep Eagles (14-2-2) had their eyes set on … [Read more...] about In sudden death, Prep falls in title defense
SALEM — The man accused of killing a Salem State student in his car on Halloween night will return to court … [Read more...] about Salem murder suspect due back in court next month
Like thousands of other youth organizations across the country, Camp Fire North Shore celebrated Lights On … [Read more...] about Camp Fire North Shore celebrates Lights On Afterschool
Well, I hope you had a great Halloween, eating candy and trick-or-treating like a normal person. Hopefully, … [Read more...] about BARRETT: Are the Bruins scary good, or playing Twix on us?
SALEM — Sometimes, there are games where it looks like nobody wants to win. That's the way it looked in … [Read more...] about Spirited second half pushes Peabody past Witches