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The Region's Largest Weekly Distribution REGIONAL – In the first four days after VFW Post 1093 announced a pilot program to teach military veterans how to be entrepreneurs, 11 former soldiers signed up for the seven-week course. To Ed Marsh, an entrepreneur himself and the commander of the VFW Post in Ipswich, the response to his first Facebook posts was proof that veterans need and are excited to learn the skills of becoming business owners. “I was pumped,” Marsh said. Just be Jolly December 14 - 20, 2016 Vol. 13, No. 7 FREE VFW Post Launches Entrepreneur Training Program Christmas in Newburyport Long Awaited Waterfront West Project Unveiled Prst Std. U.S. Postage Paid Newburyport, MA Permit No. 51 ____________ The Town Common Largest DISTRIBUTION ACROSS the NORTH SHORE of ma & Coastal NH VFW Post 1093 in Ipswich The hou The rendering of the new waterfront. se under repair. By Stewart Lytle, Reporter ––––––––––––––––– By Stewart Lytle, Reporter ––––––––––––––––– Photo by Stewart Lytle Photo provided by New England Development Corp. The weekly training program, free for military veterans, will be held on Wednesday nights from 7 to 9:30 p.m. starting January 11 and continuing for seven weeks through March 8. The course, taught by military veterans who are entrepreneurs, will provide information sales, marketing, finance and operations. It will be delivered in the five-paragraph operations order format familiar to former soldiers. The program culminates on March Continued on page 3 NEWBURYPORT – It has been a long time coming, but a waterfront hotel may actually get built in the foreseeable future. And the popular boardwalk along the Merrimack River may be extended from the Black Cow Restaurant to the Clipper City Trail at Route 1. After decades of fierce political fighting over construction of a hotel on the riverfront, the New England Development Corp. (NED), owned by developer Stephen Karp, announced plans last week to build the hotel and townhouses over the next 10 or more years on its five acres of Waterfront West, between its Michael’s Harborside Restaurant and the Black Cow. The land currently has several commercial buildings including the popular Plum Island Roasters coffee shop, and space for car and boat NEWBURYPORT - Come and join us for a Christmas Concert on Saturday, December 17th, 2016 at the Belleville Congregational Church, 300 High Street, Newburyport MA….offering a Seasonal blend of acoustic traditional, contemporary & traditional Christmas Music. Tickets at the door only: $15 Adults…. Children under 12 & Seniors $10. All seating is general admission only. The show will begin at 7:30 PM (doors open at 6:45). The concert will feature… Blackstone Valley Bluegrass, Amy Gallatin & Roger Williams, Rick Lang & Friends featuring Karen Lincoln Wilber. “Christmas In Historic Newburyport” will showcase holiday music from: A New England favorite, Blackstone Valley Bluegrass has garnered a reputation for highenergy shows laced with powerful three -and four- part harmonies and fast but tasteful picking, coupled with winning on-stage camaraderie. Their show will feature songs from Bob Dick’s solo bluegrass Christmas project Tidings Of Comfort And Joy performed by the Bluegrass “fab four”…Bob Dick, Dave Dick, Ken Taylor and Dan Nowlan. Acclaimed vocalist Amy Gallatin who will be lending her trademark western flavor to this annual Christmas show, blending upbeat, You'll "flip" over the digital edition at The Town Common Newspaper You Now Shouldn’t Your Ad Be In Here Too? Call today • 978-948-8696 • Postal Customer The Town Common Courtesy Photo parking on it. Don’t rush to make your hotel reservation. Scott Kelley, NED vice president, said the first project on the site will be a four-story brick building that will house 20 to 25 townhomes. The building will be constructed perpendicular to the river. At full build out on the site, the plan is to have 145 residences in several four-story buildings. Of those units, 17 would be priced in the affordable range. The hotel, planned for near Merrimac Street, will be built later in the project. It will initially have 80 to 85 rooms, plus meeting rooms, and could be expanded to 120 rooms, if there is demand, Kelley said. Continued on page 3 Continued on page 2 A doctor who’ll listen and get to know you. That’s primary care you can trust. Visit or call 978-463-1475. 25 Highland Ave, Newburyport, MA 01950

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