Drivers seeking to renew or get a new driver’s license will need to bring several documents to the RMV, one that shows their Social Security number, another proving US citizenship such as a passport, or that shows lawful presence in the country, like an employment authorization card. Applicants will also need two documents proving Massachusetts residency, such as utility bills or bank statements

Captain Meghan Duggan # 10 of Danvers helped The United States women’s hockey team beat Canada in a shootout to win their first Olympic gold medal since 1998.

Recently Stream Team photographer Judy Schneider visited Prichards Pond, a third-mile long swelling in Boston Brook created by the late Charles Prichard’s century-old dam. She spotted an otter near a hole in the ice eating a fish

SEA SMOKE. You know it is cold when you can see the Sea Smoke off Gloucester

PEABODY — It took a few tries but the giant tree in front of City Hall finally lit up on Saturday night after hundreds of people counted down from 10 three times.

The North Shore Chamber added to it's Distinguished Leaders list Rosalin Acosta, Secretary of the Executive Office of Labor & Workforce Development

Aime Pope (who owns The Painted Pastry in Beverly) is confident her cookies look and taste good, and she convinced judges of the Food Network’s "Christmas Cookie Challenge" of the same, earning her a $10,000 prize.

The BoSoma School of Dance opened its doors in Hamilton above the popular shopping plaza at 15 Walnut St. Owner and Director Katherine Hooper, along with her assistant director Stephanie Boisvert, are seeking to make their new school a home away from home for young dancers.

Tens of thousands of people traveled far and wide to celebrate the closing night of Haunted Happenings Tuesday night as seen here on the Essex Street Mall

The latest in a series of sustainable projects in Rockport schools, the solar panels at the middle school will serve as an educational tool in the schools’ science classrooms for years to come.

A boater sets out on the Ipswich River. The river's Watershed Authority has joined almost a dozen others in suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the shelving of stormwater permitting standards.

Sails in the sun:  At Gloucester's Parade of Sail the Columbia stands at full sail, as if in a Fitz Henry Lane painting, one of the largest of 25 schooners that ride the wind and waves in a parade described by festival Chairwoman Daisy Nell Collinson as a “water ballet

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The Law Office of Daniel A. Tesler, LLC is an intellectual law practice based on the north shore in Beverly.  Dan Tesler is a U.S. Patent and Trademark  licensed patent attorney and represents clients with inventions in the mechanical, electrical and medical device fields.  Dan also r...
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My business is UbiquiTools LLC, and we're working on building products for real estate agents. Our core product is a web-based and mobile-friendly client relationship manager (CRM) for real estate, which we officially launched in February. The product helps Realtors manage their clients, properties,...
If you need to get your car inspected or renew your driver’s license soon, you might want to plan around this coming weekend, (March 23 & 25)  because the Registry of Motor Vehicles will go dark for three days to prepare for new driver’s license rules.  And when the RMV com...
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GLOUCESTER – Wenham-based designer David Polito has been chosen out of a field of over 2,000 entries as winner of Graphic Design USA’s annual American Package Design Awards in the wine, beer and liquor package design category for his packaging of Cape Ann Brewing Company’s Blackbur...
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Essex Feb 14 2018 – Essex Clambake is born with great grandson of inventor of the fried clam. Essex Clambake, LLC proudly announced the launch of its premiere clambake catering company. Keith “Woody” Woodman, owner of Essex Clambake says, “I have been given the opportunity to...
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Peabody - North Shore Bank recently announced the donation of $1,400 to Epilepsy Foundation New England. The proceeds were given by bank employees through their weekly “Jeans Day” program. In exchange for $5 each week, North Shore bankers are allowed to wear jeans to work. Then the funds...
Essex - When Woodman’s of Essex, the over 100-year-old seafood restaurant in Essex, founded the Mr. & Mrs. L. Dexter Woodman Scholarship, they never expected it would one day have awarded over $700,000 to over 100 students across the North Shore of Massachusetts. This is thanks in large pa...
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Salem - Longtime fire Chief David Cody will retire next month.The mayor's office announced Cody's retirement Thursday morning. Cody, who has served 35 years on Salem's Fire Department, will retire March 31. He first joined the department in 1983 as a firefighter, moving through the ranks until he wa...
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Salem - Almost 30 brave souls put their taste buds on the line for charity Sunday as the first Hot Wings eating contest was held at Kokeshi on Lafayette Street. The winner, Noah Shea, took home a trophy and bragging rights.The competition raised money for The BackPack Program, a nonprofit that provi...
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Peabody - The Board of Directors of the Peabody Area Chamber of Commerce announced the hiring of Jenna Coccimiglio as their new Executive Director. In her new position, beginning on March 1st, Coccimiglio will provide visionary leadership and strategic direction for the Chamber under the guiding pri...
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Beverly - Kids disheartened by a cracked slide or broken swing at their neighborhood playground can look forward to revamped play areas this summer. The City Council has voted to allow the Recreation Department to use $175,000 from its enterprise fund to repair many of the city's tired playgrounds.&...
Beverly - Mayor Michael P. Cahill announced that the City of Beverly has agreed to settle litigation with Beverly Port Marina, which finally brings to an end a dispute that is almost 20 years old. As part of the terms of the settlement, Beverly Port Marina has agreed to not object to or challenge, f...