SALEM — Congressman Seth Moulton says 2017 was “a tumultuous year,” given the upheaval in Washington, D.C., during the first year of the Trump administration.But it was also an exciting year for him personally, as he married his wife, Liz, in his hometown of Marblehead.It was a busy year, too. His district office closed 906 cases and recovered nearly $753,000 in denied or delayed benefits for constituents. Moulton held nine town halls this year, down from a staggering 39 in 2016.
DANVERS — The rupture of a high-pressure natural gas line shortly after 1 p.m. Wednesday forced the evacuation of an office condominium behind Liberty Tree Mall.Police said a car had jumped a curb, hit the right-hand corner of the building and sheared off a valve of the main gas supply line.The building, Liberty Tree Park, at 85 Constitution Lane, is a large two-and-a-half story clapboard structure behind the Courtyard Marriott hotel.
SALEM — Recreational marijuana growers and purveyors would be allowed to locate downtown or in neighborhood retail districts under several recommended changes to a draft zoning ordinance the Planning Board approved Thursday night.Final approval of the new ordinance rests with the City Council.There was no public comment allowed during deliberations Thursday night, as the Planning Board and the City Council had already held a joint public hearing on three proposed zoning amendments in...
CORRECTION to the year-end profile of @sethmoulton: "Moulton held nine town halls this year, and held 39 such events during his first term."
https://t.co/VKDPXSvDQP | After tumultuous year, Moulton hopes to take back the House in 2018
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