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The unemployment rate in Swampscott went from 4.4 to 4.8 percent in the past month, but the town is one of just a few in the area under 5.
Company's fish vendor cuts ties, questions if CEOs are trying to sabotage the company.
Officials said there is no evidence yet that consumer data has been misused.
Where is your favorite place to grab a slice?
In a statement, former DeMoulas supermarket chain CEO says other shareholders should accept offer to purchase the company.
Company spokesperson says store directors are making decisions about staffing levels.
With business down 90 percent since the work stoppage began last month, employees are seeing the effects, but holding firm in their beliefs.
Changes continue at the largest mall in the region.
Upwards of 15,000 expected to attend Tuesday's rally in Tewksbury.
In a statement issued Sunday, says these steps are critical and in the best interests of associates, customers, vendors and shareholders.
A sales tax holiday is on the calendar for 2014, planned for the third weekend of August.
The company is looking to hire after ordering employees to return to work Monday or be replaced.
An Essex Street office will be auctioned off next month.
The Girls Inc. 'pop-up store' will be opening on Paradise Road in Swampscott.
The Swampscott Farmers Market will kick off on Sunday, June 8.
Passengers will get from Lynn to Boston in 30 minutes.
Looking for a job? Cheeburger Cheeburger is hiring in Swampscott.
Here's a look over the fence at 141 Humphrey St. in Swampscott.
Five Guys has been recognized by the Phantom Gourmet for their french fries.
Would you get in line to try out Dunkin' Donuts' new PEEPS doughnut?