Area students make Stonehill College Dean’s List

EASTON - To qualify for the Dean's List, students must have a semester grade point average of 3.50 or better and must have completed successfully all courses for which they were registered. The following students earned a spot on the list. Cailey Bitto of Boxford...

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Experience Handmade Pottery made by local artisans in Person

 In today’s digital age, online shopping is convenient. But nothing compares to seeing and touching certain things firsthand – and that is especially true with handmade ceramics. Without perusing pottery in person, how do you know if that mug really fits your hand?...

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Merrimac Public Library Book Sale

The Friends of the Merrimac Public Library will hold a Book Sale on Saturday, October 16th from 9AM to 2PM in the Library activity room. Books, CDs, DVDs and puzzles for all ages will be available. Fiction books are arranged alphabetically by author and nonfiction...

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Merrimack River Canoe and Shoreline Clean Up

Join the Merrimack River Watershed Council (MRWC) in paddling on the river and removing trash July 17 from 9am to noon. The meeting place and parking location is Lawrence Abe Bashara Boathouse 1 Eaton St, Lawrence. MRWC and the Greater Lawrence Community Boating are...

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Where to Celebrate July 4th

Are you looking for ways to celebrate July 4th? We have all your Independence Day fireworks shows on the North Shore rounded up right here for you!   Amesbury July 4th, Woodsom Farm, 223 Lions Mouth Road at Sundown Andover CANCELLED, Andover High School, 80...

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Paddling on the Merrimack River Concord, NH

This Saturday, June 26th Join the Merrimack River Watershed Council on a paddling trip around Concord, NH with the local New Hampshire based company North Country Kayak. The Council invites the community to explore the river from a kayak! The trip will start at NHTI...

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Merrimac Honors Its Officer Veterans

MERRIMAC – Before officers Stephen Ringuette and Anthony Harris served this community of 6,500 residents as police officers, they served their country during the war in Iraq as members of the Army’s 972 Military Police Co. Officer Lawrence Mittica served as an Army...

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Charter School Head Named Chamber’s Educator of the Year

REGIONAL – Two years ago, Jonnie Lyn Evans was promoted by the board of River Valley Charter School to be the school’s executive director. Before her first year was over, her school was shut down and the students and teachers were forced into remote learning. This...

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AARP Massachusetts Monthly Fraud Watch Update for April

Did you know that someone’s identity gets stolen every two seconds?  The AARP Fraud Watch Network provides you with tips and resources to help you spot and avoid identity theft and fraud so you can protect yourself and your family.  The watchdog alerts will keep you...

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