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Obituary: Irvin Doress, 84, of Wenham, Participated in Civil Rights March, Played Piano at Nursing Homes

Obituary: Irvin Doress, 84, of Wenham, Participated in Civil Rights March, Played Piano at Nursing Homes

Irvin Doress, 84, of Wenham died on Sept. 8, 2014.
Artie T. Calls Says Market Basket Has Undergone Remarkable Turnaround

Artie T. Calls Says Market Basket Has Undergone Remarkable Turnaround

Arthur T. Demoulas is now focused on stabilizing the company’s finance and finalizing the purchase.
Tall Ships Planning Return to Boston in 3 Years

Tall Ships Planning Return to Boston in 3 Years

Sail Boston 2017 is already in the works, when more than 50 tall ships are expected in Boston Harbor.
How to Post on Hamilton-Wenham Patch

How to Post on Hamilton-Wenham Patch

Welcome back! Here’s what you need to know to start posting on Hamilton-Wenham Patch.
MA Patch Weekly: Remembering 9/11; Longtime Congressman Loses in Primary; Sex Offender Kidnaps Small Child Outside Courthouse

MA Patch Weekly: Remembering 9/11; Longtime Congressman Loses in Primary; Sex Offender Kidnaps Small Child Outside Courthouse

Plus, Boston firefighters battle a major fire and a man is charged with allegedly secretly filming women in a public restroom.

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Second Woman Struck by Lightning at Beach Dies

Second Woman Struck by Lightning at Beach Dies

Marianne Mellnick of Concord was struck by lightning at Crane Beach in Ipswich on Sept. 6. Her friend also died.
Mrs. Essex County Pageant Open for 2014 Entries

Mrs. Essex County Pageant Open for 2014 Entries

The deadline is Oct. 9 to enter the Mrs. Essex County contest at the 2014 Topsfield Fair.
Four of Massachusetts' Latest 'Most Wanted' Criminals

Four of Massachusetts' Latest 'Most Wanted' Criminals

Here’s the latest list from Mass Most Wanted.
New Mass. Home on the Market Has 4,000-Bottle Wine Cellar

New Mass. Home on the Market Has 4,000-Bottle Wine Cellar

This Weston mega-mansion is listed for sale at $24 million.
MA Patch Weekly: Remembering 9/11; Longtime Congressman Loses in Primary; Sex Offender Kidnaps Small Child Outside Courthouse

MA Patch Weekly: Remembering 9/11; Longtime Congressman Loses in Primary; Sex Offender Kidnaps Small Child Outside Courthouse

Plus, Boston firefighters battle a major fire and a man is charged with allegedly secretly filming women in a public restroom.
Tall Ships Planning Return to Boston in 3 Years

Tall Ships Planning Return to Boston in 3 Years

Sail Boston 2017 is already in the works, when more than 50 tall ships are expected in Boston Harbor.
One-Owner Colonial Near Cul-de-Sac Among Sunday Open Houses in Hamilton-Wenham

One-Owner Colonial Near Cul-de-Sac Among Sunday Open Houses in Hamilton-Wenham

Every week, Patch and Zillow team to bring you open houses in the Hamilton and Wenham area.
New Piece of Red Sox History Now For Sale

New Piece of Red Sox History Now For Sale

L.L. Bean, including at its Burlington store, is selling limited-edition bags that were made out of the rain-delay tarp from Fenway Park.
Yelp's Top 10 Chinese Food Spots in Massachusetts

Yelp's Top 10 Chinese Food Spots in Massachusetts

A North Shore restaurant is on the list.
Artie T. Calls Says Market Basket Has Undergone Remarkable Turnaround

Artie T. Calls Says Market Basket Has Undergone Remarkable Turnaround

Arthur T. Demoulas is now focused on stabilizing the company’s finance and finalizing the purchase.
Youth and Adult Tennis Clinics

Youth and Adult Tennis Clinics

Come join our USTA Professional Lanell Beckles for some fun youth and adult tennis clinics!
Rare Glimpse of Northern Lights May be Visible Friday Night

Rare Glimpse of Northern Lights May be Visible Friday Night

The Aurora Borealis may possibly be seen in Massachusetts and parts of southern New England on Friday night, Sept. 12.
Services Planned at Fire Departments, Church to Remember Sept. 11

Services Planned at Fire Departments, Church to Remember Sept. 11

Remembrance services are planned at the Hamilton Public Safety Building and Wenham Fire Department on Thursday morning.
Greater Percentage of Wenham Voters Went to Polls in Primary Election

Greater Percentage of Wenham Voters Went to Polls in Primary Election

Voter turnout across the region in Tuesday's primary election peaked at just about one-third of registered voters in one town.
Sept. 11 to be Remembered With North Shore Day of Service

Sept. 11 to be Remembered With North Shore Day of Service

Thursday, Sept. 11 will be a day of service and remembrance across the North Shore on the 13th anniversary of the terrorist attacks in 2001.
Moulton Tells Supporters 6th District Can 'Stay Blue' After Win Over Tierney

Moulton Tells Supporters 6th District Can 'Stay Blue' After Win Over Tierney

Seth Moulton, a Marblehead native living in Salem, defeated nine-term Congressman John Tierney is the Democratic Party primary on Tuesday.
Majority of Classes Begin Next Week! Register Today

Majority of Classes Begin Next Week! Register Today

You didn't miss your chance yet to register for our exciting new recreation programs. Please visit www.hwrecreation.com to register!
Coakley, Baker Win Hamilton and Wenham; Will Face Off for Gov. in November

Coakley, Baker Win Hamilton and Wenham; Will Face Off for Gov. in November

Democratic candidate Steven Grossman conceded to Coakley on Tuesday night.
Goldberg Wins Democratic Primary for Treasurer, Gets Hamilton and Wenham's Vote

Goldberg Wins Democratic Primary for Treasurer, Gets Hamilton and Wenham's Vote

Deborah B. Goldberg, a former Brookline selectwoman, will take on Republican Michael J. Heffernan in November.