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Police Log: Two Alleged Repeat Drunk Drivers Arrested
Wednesday, April 16 At 5:38 p.m., police received a call about malicious destruction of a motor vehicle on Merrill Street.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Danvers Ninety Nine Gives $1,000 to Great Oak Elementary School
The Ninety Nine Restaurant & Pub in Danvers celebrating its Grand Re-Opening on April 10 by donating $1,000 to Great Oak Elementary School.
Darriean Hess gets trial date in fatal crash case
A trial date was set in the negligent homicide case of unlicensed driver Darriean Hess on the same day the state Senate unanimously passed a change to the state's driving law that was prompted by her case.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
General Electric posts lower profit on charges from NBC Universal sale
General Electric Co. logo on products in Danvers, Mass. on April 11, 2008. General Electric is reporting lower net income Thursday April 17, 2014, than a year ago because last year's results included the sale of NBC Universal.
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Salem fires up mess of horror genres
WGN America, the Chicago "superstation," joins the mad dash into the world of original content with a new dramatic series called Salem, premiering Sunday.
Salem Man Charged with Kidnapping in Domestic Incident
Salem police reported making the following arrests April 15 to 16: Kevin Boulais, of 214 Derby St., Salem was charged with kidnapping, assault and battery, and witness tampering, among other charges, in relation to an alleged domestic incident John Leger, of 21 Forest Ave., Salem, was arrested on a warrant Robert Sisson, of 116 Lafayette St., ... (more)
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Selectmen Will Hold Hearing to Revoke Brutole's Liquor License
The owners of the former Brutole Restaurant have not paid the past due liquor license renewal fee or outstanding electric, water and sewer bills as demanded by the Danvers Board of Selectmen in March.
EPA Will Test Contaminated Former Tannery Site Soon
Superfund work at the former Creese and Cook Tannery site will begin soon and a meeting has been scheduled to inform residents about the plans on April 30 at the Polish Club in Danvers.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Wheels for Neal Helps Peabody Man With Multiple Sclerosis
The Wheels for Neal benefit dance at the Polish Club in Danvers over the weekend raised $4,275 for the cause.
Police Log: Number of Car Break-ins Reported
Friday, April 11 At 9 p.m., a Donegal Cirlce resident reported that someone egged a door from the rail trail.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Police Log: Peabody Cops Make Four Arrests
Sunday, April 13 At 5 p.m., Macy's reported two shoplifters. The store handled the matter.
More Liquor Licenses for Danvers Headed to Full House, Senate
Danvers' home rule petition to add six more liquor licenses for restaurants has cleared a state legislative committee and is now headed to the full House and Senate.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
When is Yard Waste Being Picked Up?
Get those leaves and branches ready. Danvers will have have yard waste pickup starting the week of April 13 and continuing for the weeks of April 27 and May 11, according to the Danvers Department of Public Works.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Everyday Inspirations: Maria Baker Built 'Special Kickers' Soccer Program
Everyday Inspirations is a series that features people in Patch communities who inspire others through their work, or people who have faced extraordinary situations and grown from them.
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Windover Construction Breaks Ground at St. John's Prep
Windover Construction is pleased to announce construction has officially begun at St. John's Prep in Danvers on a 74,000 square-foot, five-story academic building to house the school's Computer Science, Mathematics, Science, and World Languages departments.
Danvers Will Get Help Fixing Potholes
Danvers is getting nearly $140,000 from the state to help pay for repairing potholes.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Boston College Football Recruiting: TE Jake Burt Commits to Eagles
Boston College football recruiting continues to gain steam, with Jake Burt, the seventh high school athlete to join the 2015 class, now on-board .
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Phone records in Danvers teacher slaying given to defense
The results of a search of a cellphone owned by a Danvers high school student charged with killing his math teacher have been turned over to the defense.
Spring Street Sweeping Kicks Off Next Week
Annual Spring Street Sweeping is expected to start on Monday, April 14. Danvers has contracted American Sweeping, which will begin sweeping the following areas from April 14-April 25 along with the Danvers Street Division sweeper: Locust Street and the sides of Locust Summer Street area Northfield Way The schedule will be updated as work ... (more)
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Bill Would Transfer More Cases to Peabody Court
State Rep. Ted Speliotis has filed legislation that would move Danvers and Middleton cases from Salem District Court to Peabody District Court.