Ipswich Cultural Council 36th Annual Art Show

Ipswich — On Friday September 30th the ICC 36th Annual Art Show and Sale will be held at the Ipswich Town Hall from 5-9pm with Gala Artists Reception and Sale. Celebration is free and open to all 6-9 pm with live Jazz by Tom Palance and Saxophone by Mark Early. Wine,...

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Creating a Cultural Campus

IPSWICH — Having decided to build a combined public safety building, this town, which values its history more than most and preserved more First and Second Period homes than any other, has the opportunity to re-purpose its old police station and create a centrally...

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Crane Voted Town Manager

IPSWICH — The Select Board voted unanimously Monday night to offer the job of Town Manager to a man with a name that is famous in this town.  Subject to the successful negotiation of a three-year contract, Stephen Crane will succeed Tony Marino as the head of the town...

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Fight Over Historic Ipswich Waldingfield Mansion Continues

IPSWICH — After a year of contentious hearings over the fate of a historic mansion here, the Planning Board may vote this week if it will approve permits to allow Ora, a global ophthalmology company, to convert the Waldingfield estate and grounds to a corporate...

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Ipswich Syringe Services Program For Town Residents Begins

IPSWICH — The Board of Health announced that a syringe services program for town residents each Tuesday. The Board authorized the services program in June after public meetings with representatives of North Shore Health Project and a state public health official....

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Drowning at Pavilion Beach Ipswich

IPSWICH — Police Chief Paul Nikas and Fire Chief Paul Parisi report that the Ipswich Police and Fire Departments responded to a possible drowning at Pavilion Beach. On Sunday, July 31, at approximately 5:17 p.m., Ipswich Police and Fire Departments responded to a...

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Ipswich Police Chief Defends Contract

IPSWICH – When Tony Marino left in late May as the Ipswich Town Manager, the plan was to have Mary Gallivan, the town’s human resources director, and Police Chief Paul Nikas take turns serving as interim town manager until a permanent replacement could be hired.  But...

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