Mary Byrne The following article has been updated since its original publication to reflect corrections made in the explanation of zoning bylaws and special permits in Danvers.Town Manager Steve Bartha on Friday told Happy Madison Productions that it couldn't film in a residential area of Danvers, citing the town's zoning bylaws.In early March, a scout hired by Adam Sandler's Happy Madison Productions began a search in Danvers for places the production company could film its next project. A...
The Danvers Alarm List Company invited the public to commemorate the 325th anniversary of Nurse's execution during the Salem Witch Trials of 1692. Mary Byrne
For a few moments on Wednesday afternoon, Anne Peckham stood alone at the gravesite where Rebecca Nurse is believed to be buried. "No one was here," she said. "I just had a moment here, at the memorial, by myself ... I found myself misty-eyed and very moved.
Gov. Charlie Baker has named Danvers resident Kristen Lepore as his chief of staff.Baker made the announcement at a State House press conference Tuesday, but not before offering a heartfelt goodbye to Steven Kadish, his current chief of staff. "Steve is at his best when it comes to defining a problem, putting together a plan to deal with it, and then relentlessly running it down until it's fixed," Baker said.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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