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  1. Alfred J. Edwards Jr., 90, veteran, of PeabodyRead the original story

    Sunday Jul 5 | Boston Herald

    Alfred J. Edwards Jr. of Peabody, a veteran, died June 28 in Danvers after a lengthy illness. He was 90. Mr. Edwards was a member of the Merchant Marines, later joining the New Zealand Army.


  2. Medical marijuana clients hail dispensary's openingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 24, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Alternative Therapies, the first pot dispensary in Massachusetts, opened shop in Salem yesterday behind a shroud of patient confidentiality - refusing to talk to reporters or let the media in. But patients who landed first-day appointments said they were relieved to have legal access to the once-illegal treatment.


  3. High School Softball: Predictions, sleepers, upset specialRead the original story

    Jun 3, 2015 | Boston Herald

    DIVISION 1 NORTH SECTIONAL CHAMPION: Chelmsford SECTIONAL RUNNER-UP: Lowell SLEEPER: Framingham BEST FIRST ROUND MATCHUP: Peabody at Lynn Classical UPSET SPECIAL: Central Catholic over Lexington DIVISION 1 SOUTH SECTIONAL CHAMPION: Bridgewater-Raynham SECTIONAL RUNNER-UP: King Philip SLEEPER: New Bedford BEST FIRST ROUND MATCHUP: Bishop Feehan at King Philip UPSET SPECIAL: Notre Dame over Marshfield DIVISION 2 NORTH SECTIONAL CHAMPION: Reading SECTIONAL RUNNER-UP: North Reading SLEEPER: Wakefield BEST FIRST ROUND MATCHUP: Melrose at Burlington UPSET SPECIAL: Tewksbury over Arlington Catholic DIVISION 2 SOUTH SECTIONAL CHAMPION: Case SECTIONAL RUNNER-UP: Dighton-Rehoboth SLEEPER: Archbishop Williams BEST FIRST ROUND MATCHUP: Dedham at Archbishop Williams UPSET SPECIAL: Dighton-Rehoboth over Middleboro DIVISION 3 NORTH SECTIONAL CHAMPION: St. Mary's SECTIONAL RUNNER-UP: Amesbury SLEEPER: ... (more)


  4. Pauline M. Milan, 78,a resident of PeabodyRead the original story

    May 23, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Pauline M. Milan of Peabody died Wednesday at North Shore Medical Center/Salem Hospital after a brief illness. She was 78. Born and raised in Salem, Mrs. Milan, at a young age, began working for Sylvania in Salem.


  5. Driver in fatal crash pleads not guilty to drunken drivingRead the original story

    May 11, 2015 | Boston Herald

    A man prosecutors said was driving drunk when his passenger was killed in a crash has been ordered held on $100,000 bail. Thirty-one-year-old Todd Porter of Beverly pleaded not guilty Monday to several charges including motor vehicle homicide while driving under the influence.


  6. Beverly man charged in fatal drunken driving case has lengthy recordRead the original story

    May 11, 2015 | Boston Herald

    A Beverly man with a horrid 12-page driving record already had an open drunken driving case when authorities say he sped through a red light and slammed into an oncoming pickup truck, killing his girlfriend and leaving the other driver in critical condition. Todd Porter, 31, was ordered held on $100,000 cash bail today following his hospital-room arraignment on a slew of charges, including motor vehicle homicide, operating under the influence and driving without a license in the fatal crash.


  7. Thomas D. Dolan, WWII veteran, noted civil trial attorney, at 90Read the original story w/Photo

    May 7, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Thomas D. Dolan, a retired civil trial attorney and former president of the Essex County Bar Association, died Tuesday after a lengthy period of declining health. He was 90. Born and raised in Lynn, Mr. Dolan was educated by the Sisters of St. Joseph, both at St. Mary's Elementary School and St. Mary's High School, from which he graduated with the class of 1943.


  8. Marie L. O'Connell, 87,a of Reading, PeabodyRead the original story

    Apr 21, 2015 | Boston Herald

    Marie L. O'Connell of Reading and Peabody, a former insurance auditor, died Friday after a brief illness at the Kaplan Family Hospice House in Danvers. She was 87. Mrs. O'Connell was born in Milford.


  9. $16G for rare pearl not hard to swallowRead the original story

    Apr 16, 2015 | Boston Herald

    A rare lavender pearl a Swampscott cop nearly swallowed along with a spoonful of his seafood soup is paying off big time. The 6.22-carat pearl that Michael Serino set aside for six years after he found it in a bowl of soup at a now shuttered Portuguese restaurant in Peabody has sold at auction for $16,500.


  10. Museum turning over portrait bought from trafficking suspectRead the original story

    Apr 3, 2015 | Boston Herald

    One of Massachusetts' most prestigious art museums is turning a portrait over to federal authorities because it was bought from a dealer accused of trafficking in stolen antiquities from India. The Peabody Essex Museum says it will expedite the handover of the mid-19th century Tanjore portrait to the Department of Homeland Security to cooperate with an ongoing international art fraud investigation into dealer Subhash Kapoor.


  11. 25 new billboards praising Massachusetts gun laws taken downRead the original story

    Apr 2, 2015 | Boston Herald

    More than two dozen newly installed billboards praising Massachusetts gun laws have been removed after a pro-gun group said they were misleading. The billboards were meant to echo a message that has been on a giant anti-gun billboard near Fenway Park for 20 years, but now that billboard also is coming down.


  12. Heslam: A giving heart, brutal end for loving momRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2015 | Boston Herald

    On Friday, Donna Buonanduci went to her ex-husband's home in Peabody to pick up some sheets for her 17-year-old son and to drop off the family's dog, a beagle-basset rescue mix named Lilly, for a visit. Donna and Joseph Buonanduci had been married for 20 years and living apart since last March, finalizing their divorce in January.


  13. Boy, 5, heartbroken after birthday gifts loaded in wrong SUVRead the original story

    Feb 24, 2015 | Boston Herald

    A 5-year-old Massachusetts boy is heartbroken after the gifts he received at his birthday party were accidentally loaded into the wrong vehicle and disappeared. Jessica Fratoni, of Peabody, tells The Salem News that a friend offered to put her son Gage's new Legos, action figures and other gifts in the mother's Honda Pilot after the birthday party at a bowling party Sunday.


  14. Heslam: Rare pearl found in soup could net 15,000 clamsRead the original story

    Feb 17, 2015 | Boston Herald

    The unlikely ingredient Swampscott cop Michael Serino nearly swallowed with his seafood soup could soon cough up a big bonanza for the married father of three. A rare, 6.22-carat purple pearl that Serino fished from his mouth during a birthday dinner at a Portuguese restaurant will be auctioned March 15 at Kaminski Auctions in Beverly.


  15. Schools: Falmouth girls ice titleRead the original story

    Feb 13, 2015 | Boston Herald

    During the first period of yesterday's de facto SEMGHL Coastal Division title game between Barnstable and Falmouth , Clippers goalie Maddie Scavotto made a save on a wraparound try, then flashed across the crease for another stop. Scavotto finished with 30 saves and was supported by goals from McKenzie Haberl and Kelly Ferreira as Falmouth clinched its first league title since 2006 with a 2-0 shutout of top-ranked Barnstable yesterday at Falmouth Arena.


  16. Man who used dumbbell in jewelry store break-ins gets prisonRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2015 | Boston Herald

    A Massachusetts man dubbed a "one-man crime wave" by police has been sentenced to up to nine years in prison for using a dumbbell in three smash-and-grab burglaries at jewelry stores. James Jay Radler was sentenced Tuesday for two break-ins at Desjardins Jewelers in Beverly and one at Long's Jewelers in Peabody.


  17. Man who used dumbbell in burglaries gets up to 9 yearsRead the original story

    Jan 21, 2015 | Boston Herald

    A Beverly man who used a weightlifting dumbbell during three burglaries at North Shore jewelry stores has been sentenced to up to nine years in prison. James Jay Radler, described by police as a "one-man crime wave," was sentenced Tuesday for two break-ins at Desjardins Jewelers in Beverly and another at Long's Jewelers in Peabody, in late 2012 and early 2013.


  18. Gelzinis: Edward Brooke paved way for Barack ObamaRead the original story

    Jan 3, 2015 | Boston Herald

    In 1962, a year before Martin Luther King Jr. wrote his seminal "Letter From Birmingham Jail," Edward W. Brooke became the first black, or in the vernacular of the day, "Negro," elected attorney general in Massachusetts - and indeed in U.S. history. At a time when blacks could not eat at lunch counters, could not vote throughout the South, when freedom riders were beaten and/or killed, Massachusetts appeared to shine as a beacon of racial tolerance.


  19. Ronald H. Fabiszewski, a of Salem, 84, teacherRead the original story

    Dec 28, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Ronald H. Fabiszewski of a Salem, a veteran and former high school teacher, died Thursday a in Peabody. He was 84. Mr. Fabiszewski was a certi-fied master teacher at Marblehead High School, with a teaching career spanning more than a 50 years.


  20. Retailers report seasonal surgeRead the original story

    Dec 22, 2014 | Boston Herald

    Retailers are hoping for a last-minute surge in holiday sales to meet targets after shoppers spent 2.4 percent more nationally this past weekend than the same period last year - with Massachusetts stores reporting high volumes and aiming for a banner year. National "Super Saturday" weekend sales climbed toa $42 billion, up from $41 billion in 2013, according to Customer Growth Partners, a New Canaan, Conn., research firm.


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