April 9, 2017 by Mark
Professor Steve Liss of Endicott College in Beverly has recently created a documentary that depicts the collapse of the historic cod population in New England, most particularly in Gloucester.
Endicott College provided the [Read more]
March 25, 2017 by Lisa
The beverly Public Library recently announced that its Teen Room Renovation and Expansion Project will be a major effort at fundraising that will provide the teenagers of Beverly with improved spaces in the Library.
As part of the project, resources for [Read more]
February 23, 2017 by Mark
A six-week elective program is currently underway at the Waldorf School at Moraine Farm in Beverly where middle school students are becoming criminal trial attorneys, forensic experts, and police detectives.
The eighth-grade classroom at the [Read more]
January 24, 2017 by Lisa
The Iguana Music Fund of Passim, a nonprofit arts organization, recently awarded over $40,000 to 25 musicians. One of these awards was given to Beverly resident Awaaz Do, who has plans to use the money towards recording a second studio Hindie Rock album.
Passim awards these grants to musicians with a connection to New England on an annual basis for projects that enhance their [Read more]
December 7, 2016 by James
Cabot Street Books & Cards recently opened in Beverly, after various issues postponed the opening of the store.
John Hugo, owner and operator of [Read more]
November 17, 2016 by Mark
Roberto Alonzo recently opened Eva’s Farm Organic Butcher Shop in Beverly, and another shop in nearby Marblehead.
Alonzo grew up in the [Read more]
October 4, 2016 by Mark
Currently playing at the North Shore Music Theatre in beverly is Monty Python’s SPAMALOT.
It is a spinoff of the [Read more]
September 30, 2016 by Sarah
Habitat for Humanity North Shore was recently joined by Coastal Windows & Exteriors of Beverly to provide homeowner Charlene Cruz, a survivor of lung cancer, with a new deck, windows, and roof for her home.
Materials worth more than [Read more]
August 31, 2016 by Lisa
Teachers and administrators at the Academy at Penguin Hall are gearing up for the opening of the new school next month. As a private preparatory all-girls school located in [Read more]
July 31, 2016 by Max
A federal TechHire grant of $4m has been given to the Northeast Advanced Manufacturing Consortium, local workforce investment boards, and four Massachusetts community colleges and additional technical and vocational high schools to [Read more]