Jul 29, 2014

Salem's Top 5 Stories of the Week

In case you missed something, here's a look back at our top stories of the week.

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Here are our top five stories of the week, they are listed in no particular order. Click on the headlines to read the full story:

Man Beaten During Road Road Incident at Market Basket: A Salem man was reportedly beaten in front of his wife and baby Sunday afternoon following an alleged road rage incident in the Market Basket parking lot.

: Several of the speakers at Thursday's downtown Salem plaque dedication pointed out that the corner of Washington and Front streets was well-known for years as the spot where a Salem man would hold signs and shout antisemitic comments to passing motorists.

Paczkis Are Back at Coffee Time Bake Shop: When an employee at Coffee Time Bake Shop accidentally added three extra zeroes to a sign that was meant to suggest that the shop's paczkis had a million calories, Robert Liani Jr. didn't bother fixing it.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Arrive in Salem: If you're one of the environmentally-friendly city residents who is driving an electric car around the streets of Salem, you now have a few new places to park and charge up.

A Look Around Salem's Scarlet Letter Press & Gallery: The Scarlet Letter Press & Gallery, which opened for business on Wharf Street in October, is a family-run business offering far more than just business cards and local art.

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