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Danvers Wow House: What $650K Looks Like

DANVERS, MA -The house with the red door on Huron Ave is up for sale. The newly remodeled sun drenched kitchen boasts custom cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and sink, separate ovens, and a continent of custom cut granite counter tops are perfect for large gatherings (ahem, Thanksgiving). Che


Firefighters battle Thanksgiving night fire inside multi-story home

A Manchester firefighter suffered minor burns after he helped the department battle a two-alarm fire on the city's west side. Crews arrived to heavy fire coming from the attic of a three-story six-family home on West Hancock Street. Firefighters rescued a number of pets. Fire officials said one pers

WCVB - 2017-11-24 09:13:00

Ring in the holidays with Santa parade

Retired Dep. Fire Chief Kevin Connors is the grand marshal of this year's Santa Parade. One of their own gets the top honor at Sunday's annual Santa Parade hosted by the Andover firefighters. Lifelong resident and recently retired Deputy Fire Chief Kevin Connors is the Grand Marshall of the 2017 San

ANDOVER TOWNSMAN - 2017-11-23 09:00:00

Community meals capture spirit of Thanksgiving

Mark Carlton is currently taking culinary courses at North Shore Community College and is pursuing a career as a chef. Mary Markos/ Staff photo Mark Morris, left, owner of Tavern in the Square, greeted almost everyone in line as they entered the restaurant for a free Thanksgiving meal. Mary Markos/

SALEM NEWS - 2017-11-24 00:02:39

Public health nurses to pay visits to new moms

At the start of the new year, local public health nurses will be available to visit the homes of mothers and their new babies to give them some extra support. Public health nurses in Gloucester, Newburyport, Beverly, Peabody and Hamilton are part of the new North Shore Mother Visiting Program, or NS

GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-23 22:54:31

Water Closest: Oysters and estuaries

Last week photographs from around the watershed were exhibited at the Ipswich River Watershed Association's lovely headquarters, "Riverbend." This eyrie on a pine covered bluff above where the Miles River up from the south joins the Ipswich was a perfect place for an exhibit by a dozen of photograph

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

Too much turkey? Take a hike!

Burn off that turkey with free guided hikes at state parks Updated: 3:46 PM EST Nov 23, 2017 Rutland State Park in Massachusetts Burn off that turkey with free guided hikes at state parks Massachusetts officials are encouraging residents to take a hike the day after Thanksgiving to burn off some

WCVB - 2017-11-23 20:46:00

State ready to relax rules for solitary confinement

BOSTON - Massachusetts has some of the nation's harshest solitary confinement rules, allowing inmates to be placed in segregated units for as long as 10 years. But the state is poised to ease its restrictive policies as part of a wide-ranging criminal justice bill that could be headed for Gov. Charl

GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-23 23:26:32

Lodi Food Pantry Finds Community Support

Two years ago, community members in the Lodi area started a food pantry to help their friends and neighbors who struggle with food security. This year, those services expanded to include Thanksgiving Day boxes of non-perishable items, plus a plethora of fresh produce donated from local farms, and, o

ITHACA.COM - 2017-11-23 11:30:00

Gingerbread fundraiser to benefit Foodlink

Every decorated gingerbread cookie at Windmill Farm and Craft Market, 3900 state Route 14A, Penn Yan, through Dec 9 will mean brighter holidays for residents who rely on Foodlink to help put meals on the table. "We are beginning a gingerbread cookie decorating event which will run several weeks. Any

MPNNOW - 2017-11-24 14:40:52

Driftwood returns to Ransom Steele Tavern for 2 shows

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Hula Hoops were still popular despite very warm temperatures Friday afternoon at the GrassRoots Festival of Music and Dance in Trumansburg. SIMON WHEELER / Staff Video The band is recording a yet-to-be-named fifth album Local Americana/rock act Driftwood will ret


Waste to energy plant proposed for former depot

ROMULUS - A facility that would burn trash to generate electricity is being proposed for a 48.3-acre site on the former Seneca Army Depot. The project is being proposed by Circular EnerG LLC of Rochester on land now owned by Seneca Depot LLC and its president, Michael Palumbo. Plans have been submit


S&S Auxiliary holding 'Lights May Shine' project

Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Hospital Auxiliary, 418 N. Main St., Penn Yan, is sponsoring its "That Their Lights May Shine" project throughout the holiday season. Individuals can place an ornament on the hospital tree as a gift for family and friends, in honor or memory of someone they admire, in cel

MPNNOW - 2017-11-22 17:20:34

Honoring Tompkins County's rural heritage

As a city grows into a bustling micro-metropolis by the day, it's sometimes easy to forget about the land around the city of Ithaca, its people, and the origins of this city rooted in the currency of the land beneath it. At one point in Tompkins County in the years after the white man came, the City


High-speed internet on its way to some rural Cayuga County towns

AUBURN - By the end of 2018, about 4,000 residents in seven rural Cayuga County municipalities will have access to high-speed broadband internet through 400 miles of fiber network from New Visions Communications. The $14.1 million project covers parts of the towns of Sterling, Victory, Montezuma, M


Police: Auburn man punched woman, stole her phone at restaurant

An Auburn man was arrested Wednesday for punching a woman in the face and stealing her cell phone at an Auburn restaurant, the Auburn Police Department said. Edward I. Vest, 36, of 53 Barber St., was charged with third-degree robbery, a class C felony. Police said he hit the victim and stole the pho

CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-11-23 16:30:00

Aurora becoming yoga healthy for mind and body

An increase in yoga participation across the country for the last couple years has people arriving at studio doors for a plethora of reasons. Aurora's own Adara Yoga Studio instructors Mardell Jasnowski and Greg Sallans explained the benefits of their exercise passion and why a rise in participants


AACD reinstates Aurora Chamber of Commerce

The Aurora Area Chamber & Development voted last week to reinstate a more traditional chamber of commerce board as a stand-alone entity, amending its bylaws to reflect changes in an umbrella-type organization created in 2001. During its annual meeting Nov. 14, the AACD board explained the proposed


New administrator brings experience to East Park Villa position

East Park Villa has a new leader for its facility administrator Laurie Andrews, who brings a familiar face back to Aurora and Memorial Community Health. "This is actually my third time working for Memorial Community Health," Andrews began. "I started here back in 1984 and I started as a new graduat


Political turmoil could be behind blood pressure rise

Most of us remember when our blood pressure was close to normal, or at least at a level that warranted no medication or just a slight change in our lifestyle. Of course since that time, new health guidelines now show that half of U.S. adults are plagued with high blood pressure. The newer, lowered t