LWN082621

essexmediagroup

The #1 Selling

Real Estate Office

in Lynnfield*

*MLS PIN 1/1/18 - 12/31/2018

FOR SALE UNDER AGREEMENT FOR SALE UNDER AGREEMENT

ROWLEY

$1,235,000

Rossetti/Poti Team

781-718-4662

Are Real Estate Prices

Going to Fall?

Scan the QR Code

for Info

Debbie Caniff

617-771-2827

GLOUCESTER

Louise

Bova-Touchette

617-605-0555

LYNNFIELD

Call for details

Evelyn Rockas

617-256-8500

LYNNFIELD

Gale Rawding

617-784-9995

LYNNFIELD

AUGUST 26, 2021 • VOL. 60, NO. 34

WEEKLY NEWS

SERVING THE COMMUNITY SINCE 1957

Boston Clear Water

16 PAGES • ONE DOLLAR

federal case dismissed

By Anne Marie Tobin

A federal civil rights violation

lawsuit filed by Anthony Gattineri

and Boston Clear Water Company,

LLC, (Plaintiffs) against the Town of

Lynnfield has been dismissed.

Plaintiffs had sued the Town of

Lynnfield and numerous Lynnfield officials

and entities alleging the town

committed a conspiracy to deprive the

plaintiffs of their civil rights and sought

to enforce the plaintiffs’ rights of equal

protection, due process, freedom of

assembly and freedom of religion, as

guaranteed by the First and Fourth

Amendments under the Constitution.

“Plaintiffs allege that the Lynnfield

officials conspired with several

non-parties to deprive plaintiffs of their

constitutional rights and violated state

law,” Judge Indira Talwani wrote in an

Aug. 17 Memorandum and Order.

PHOTO | SPENSER HASAK

In a recent ruling, Judge Indira Talwani found in favor of the Town of

Lynnfield, dismissing allegations that the town had deprived Boston Clear

Water manager Anthony Gattineri of his civil rights.

PHOTO | LYNNFIELD CONSERVATION

COMMISSION

David Sarnevitz’s winning photo from the

“Abstract” category in the 2018 contest.

The Lynnfield Tree Committee is holding

its second “Lynnfield Through the Lens”

photo contest. More on Page 2..

Mask up in municipal buildings, schools

By Anne Marie Tobin

Mask up, Lynnfield.

Starting Monday, Aug. 23 anyone ages

3 and up will be required to wear facial

coverings (with certain medical exceptions)

inside municipal buildings — including

the schools — or face a $200

fine.

Wednesday night, the Board of Health

(BOH), Select Board, School Committee

and a large, standing-room-only group

Talwani found otherwise.

“Plaintiffs have not stated a claim for

violation of any constitutionally-protected

right,” Talwani wrote, granting

the Town’s Motion to Dismiss.

In the decision, Talwani examined

the plaintiffs’ claims of the alleged

conspiracy.

“Plaintiffs allege that … Lynnfield

officials began to conspire with the

neighbors to discriminate against

Gattineri based on his spiritual and

religious (beliefs) as part of an overall

effort to drive (him) out of (t)own” and

“to take the public water supply that

sources Pocahontas Spring.”

The court found that plaintiffs’

claims in counts one and two that their

First Amendment right of freedom of

assembly and free exercise of religion

“are insufficient to state a claim under

the First Amendment” as they fell short

of the threshold “substantial burden”

standard.

The court also found for the Town

on count three ― the plaintiffs claim

CLEAR WATER, PAGE 2

of extremely vocal — and, at times, confrontational

— parents packed into the

Al Merritt Center to address the town’s

recent spike in COVID-19 cases.

By the time the dust settled nearly two

hours later, BOH had voted to adopt a

regulation requiring mandatory masks

in town-owned or controlled buildings.

The School Committee and Select Board

each voted unanimously to adopt the

regulation.

It wasn’t pretty, as the meeting deteriorated

into a one-sided shouting match

on the part of several people who spoke

in opposition.

“Say goodbye to your jobs,” one man

screamed.

“Child abusers,” one man yelled, as

Select Board member Phil Crawford was

making a motion to adopt the mandate.

One man accused town officials of

being “lying hypocrites,” while another

threatened, “you know we can sue you.”

Chair Dick Dalton opened the meeting

POSTAL CUSTOMER

LYNNFIELD, MA 01940

WOBURN, MA

IN THE NEWS

PERMIT #168

PAID

U.S. POSTAGE

ECRWSSEDDM

PRSRT STD

with a reminder that the BOH has the

power to issue orders that supersede

committee votes.

BOH Chair Rocco Iocco said current

data “is very concerning.

“We have not reached the peak of the

current surge, so we are in a very vulnerable

position. We know face coverings

provide significant benefit in reducing

transmissions,” he added.

MASK UP, PAGE 3

The #1 Selling

Real Estate Office

in Lynnfield*

*MLS PIN 1/1/18 - 12/31/2018

COMING SOON!

UNDER AGREEMENT UNDER AGREEMENT LYNN

$799,000

MERRIMAC PEABODY BOSTON

GROVELAND

Denise Moynihan

781-872-1200

Steve Macdonald

508-982-5005

Louise

Bova-Touchette

617-605-0555

Mixed-Use

BRIDGET, ANNIE, MORGAN

Kimball Group

857-559-3977

COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

- Auto Repair Business &

Private Residence

Newly Priced at:

$659,900

Stephen Velonis

978-697-7855


2

that the Town had violated his

“’fundamental right to earn a

living’ under the Fourteenth

Amendment,’” saying “the First

Circuit has concluded that no

such fundamental right exists.”

The court also found for the

Town on count four ― selective

enforcement of the law and

violation of the right to equal

protection.

“Plaintiffs repeatedly assert

that they were treated differently

from similarly-situated individuals

and businesses, but they provide

few allegations in support of

that conclusion,” Talwani said.

“There is ample evidence from

the state court litigation, however,

that plaintiffs were subject to multiple

enforcement orders, which

have been upheld by the Superior

and Land Courts and that the

Conservation Commission had

the right to enter and inspect the

property to evaluate compliance

with those orders.”

The Town also prevailed on

count five ― private conspiracy

to deny equal protection of the

laws under 42 U.S.C. section

1985 (3) and count six ―

failure to prevent a conspiracy

under 42 U.S.C. 1986.

While the court dismissed all

of the plaintiffs’ federal claims,

it declined to exercise jurisdiction

over several related state

claims, according to Town

Counsel Tom Mullen.

“That means the plaintiffs

can refile in state court with respect

to the state claims,” said

Mullen. “He can appeal with 30

days of judgement, but judgment

has not yet been entered.

The complaint named numerous

town officials as defendants,

including former

Board of Selectmen Chairman

Phil Crawford; former Town

Administrators James Boudreau

and current Town Administrator

Robert Dolan; Assistant Town

Administrator Robert Curtin,

and Police Chief David Breen.

Other named defendants include

former Conservation

Before

Boston Clear

Water federal

case dismissed

CLEAR WATER

From page 1

Get your car looking

great this summer

Don Winslow’s

AUTO B O D Y

Celebrating 49 Years

After

Commission Chairman Paul

Martindale, Directors of

Planning and Conservation

Elizabeth Adelson and Emilie

Cademartori, Board of

Health Administrator Kristin

McRae, Building Inspector

Joseph O’Callaghan, Building

Department Administrative

Assistant Winnie Barrasso, Town

Inspector Patrick McDonald, and

Assistant Director of Planning

and Conservation Jennifer Welter.

In the complaint, Gattineri/

BCW allege that “defendants

have conspired to discriminate

against Plaintiffs, based upon

Gattineri’s ethnicity and religion,”

and that, “through the

combined efforts of municipal

departments and agencies and

individuals working therein,

(the town) has implemented

a policy of intimidation, harassment

and discrimination

towards Plaintiffs, causing

Plaintiffs to suffer tremendous

damage to their reputation and

enormous monetary losses.”

The complaint further stated

that “this action arises out of

the ongoing, concerted effort

by Defendants to interfere

with Plaintiffs’ rights to

freely use, enjoy and benefit

from their property, located at

165 Lowell Street, Lynnfield,

Massachusetts, better known

as the Pocahontas Spring (the

‘Property’).” Gattineri, who

has residences in Florida and

Winchester, is listed in the complaint

as Clear Water’s manager.

“Gattineri also has sought to

enjoy the spiritual atmosphere

of the Pocahontas Spring and

freely exercise his religion,

by creating space for private

prayer and contemplation on

the Property,” Plaintiffs stated

in the complaint, which was

filed on July 24, 2020 in the

United States District Court for

the District of Massachusetts.

Pre-Schoolers

Love

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 AUGUST 26, 2021

Tree Committee

holding photo contest

By Tréa Lavery

The Lynnfield Tree Committee

is holding its second “Lynnfield

Through the Lens” photo contest

for residents to show their

best view of the town’s trees.

Photographers of all ages are

invited to submit, and winning

photos from each category will

be displayed at the library in

October.

There are four categories for

adult photographers, as well as

a category for those under 12

years old and for those ages 12

to 18. The four categories are

“Most Magnificent,” for trees

that are mighty, majestic, unusual

or distinctive to the photographer;

“Forest Food” for

the fruits, nuts and seeds that

are eaten by people and wildlife;

“Habitat” for photos of the

ways that trees provide shelter

for the animals that live in the

forest; and “Living Together,”

for the other ways that trees

support life, such as vines, lichens

and fungi.

A kick-off photo walk on the

trail to Partridge Island will be

held on Saturday, August 28,

led by local photographer Greg

Pronevitz. The walk is open to

Lynnfield residents of all ages,

with children under 12 accompanied

by an adult. There will

be two afternoon walks, one at

3:30 p.m. and one at 5 p.m., with

groups limited to 12 people.

Pre-registration is required.

The contest was first held

Cathy Mealey’s winning photo from the “From Your Yard”

category in the 2018 contest.

PHOTOS | LYNNFIELD CONSERVATION COMMISSION

Charlie Verdile’s winning photo in the “Under 12” category

from the 2018 contest.

Fun, Games,

Adventure

and the first steps

toward:

CONFIDENCE

SELF -ESTEEM

AND DISCIPLINE

FREE INTRODUCTORY

COURSE

FREE UNIFORM

with enrollment

Arts Martial y ,

in 2018, but has not been held

since then.

Applicants can submit up to

three digital photos each until

September 25. Files should be

in JPEG format with a high

enough resolution to be reproduced

as a quality print.

Three winners will be selected

from each category. The

grand prize winners will receive

a native tree.

An award ceremony will be

held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 2

at the 1714 Meeting House.

For more information, to register

for the photo walk or to

submit your photos, visit lynnfieldtreecommittee.org.

We Specialize in

AFTER SCHOOL

MARTIAL ARTS

IT’S FUN! • IT’S EDUCATIONAL!

• IT’S AFFORDABLE

Our unique program will help your child:

Build confidence • Learn self-defense

Improve grades • Increase self-discipline

WE TRANSPORT

MON-FRI 8-5 • SAT. 9-12

166 Holten Street • Danvers

(corner of Center & Collins)

978-762-6366 • 978-535-2474

www.DonWinslowAutoBody.com

BRUCE MCCORRY’S

MARTIAL ARTS Est. 1978

Route 1 South, Newbur Street, Peabody MA 01960

978-535-7878

Visit our website for more about us!

www.brucemccorry.com


AUGUST 26, 2021

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 3

Mask up in municipal

buildings, schools

MASK UP

From page 1

transmissions,” he added.

Board member Kelly

Migliero said she lost her father

to COVID-19 and fully supports

the mandate.

“We want kids in school as

much as possible and there

are data that show masks slow

transmission,” Migliero said.

“Our task is to keep reviewing

the numbers and keep our kids

in school.”

Emergency Management

Team Director and Fire Chief

Glenn Davis said Lynnfield’s

14-day average daily incidence

rate (20.9) is the highest in

Essex County, well above the

state average (12.2) and nearly

double the county (10.8) and

Lynn (11) rates. The town’s 14-

day positivity rate (4.18) also is

above state (2.69) and county

(2.99) averages.

“We are almost double the

state average,” Davis said. “We

went from a 60-day period with

zero cases to this (19 cases over

the last seven days). What’s

changed this summer? The

Delta variant, which spreads

twice as fast.

“The CDC says kids with

Delta are at risk for serious

illness. Protecting them from

COVID is more important than

ever, especially for those who

are not vaccinated or not eligible

for the vaccine.”

The meeting turned confrontational

after Town

Administrator Rob Dolan said

he recommended the Select

Lynnfield Rotary Club

hands out awards

By Sam Minton

Thursday might not have been

the best day in terms of weather,

but inside the Four Points by

Sheraton in Wakefield, it was a

beautiful day.

At a meeting of the Lynnfield

Rotary Club, community members

and Rotarians alike gathered

to hand out awards to some

deserving recipients in Andrea

Early and Christine Guido, both

of whom received funds from

the club. Early has spent six

years working as a nurse while

Guido has spent nearly 50 years

in the profession.

The nurses each received

$2,500 from a post-pandemic

raffle. For Guido, these funds

were especially needed. The

veteran nurse said that with a

family member going through a

tough time, some of these funds

will go towards helping them.

“This is actually coming in

handy,” Guido said. “I have a

Board adopt the BOH regulation.

At that point, a man blurted

out at Dolan (one of several

officials not wearing masks),

“Where’s your mask?… if

you felt this way you’d all be

wearing masks.”

Many speakers repeated the

same objections, claiming it is

a parent’s right to decide if their

children should wear masks;

masks don’t stop transmission;

mask mandates violate personal

freedoms; and masks cause

physical and emotional harm to

children.

“There’s no evidence that

masks work,” said Michael

Geary.

“We have a legal right to

make choices about medical

treatment,” said Suzeanne

Guertin. “Stand up for freedom

and choice … the mandate is

unconstitutional.”

Guertin read a list of about

two dozen communities she

said are not mandating masks

— none of which are in Essex

County.

“Our job as parents is to make

health decisions for our children,”

said Sondra Smyrnios.

“Masks, they don’t work.”

Kelly Regan defiantly said

“we’re done with the masks”

and that masks “infringe on

… freedom, rights, safety and

physical health.”

One of the few speakers supporting

the mandate was Carly

Caggiano, a self-described

“COVID nurse.” Her message

was powerful as she shared

heartbreaking stories about her

dear loved one that is having

some financial problems right

now so I’m going to pass a good

chunk of this along to her. This

is like an unexpected blessing.”

Also in attendance was

Harlee Priestley, who was the

winner of the Rotary Club’s

2020 Lynnfield High School

scholarship. Priestley didn’t get

to attend the event last year due

to the COVID-19 pandemic,

and described Thursday as an

amazing opportunity when she

received the second installment

of her scholarship.

Both of Priestley’s parents

have been active Rotarians, so

she said she has known about

the club since she was a young

kid. Priestley is studying horticulture

science and business in

college.

“(Horticulture science) kind

of like botany, but more business

related,” Priestly said.

“I’m going in for plants and

patients with the virus.

“A family was saying

goodbye to their grandmother

and they said they wished they

had taken it more seriously, that

had they known, they would

have done things differently.

Isn’t it worth their life to wear a

mask?” Caggiano said.

During a roll-call vote,

School Committee member

Kate DePrizio sent out mixed

signals, saying “I’m struggling

that we haven’t discussed what

the off ramp is and what the

metrics of that and the timeline

of that.”

Her comment was met with

strong applause, which turned

to groans after saying she “still

stand(s) behind the science,”

voting yes.

School Committee Chair

Rich Sjoberg said “in order to

protect the health of everyone,

the measures provided by the

BOH are reasonable and necessary

to protect the public health

interest.

“We are one Lynnfield and

we all need to hear and heed

to the advice of our experts,”

Sjoberg said. “We need to,

based on the expert opinions

and recommendations, do what

is reasonable and safe for all

Lynnfield students.”

“Nobody wants this, but the

reality is Lynnfield’s numbers

are the worst on the North Shore

now,” Crawford said. “People

say ‘why would you do this?’

My answer is ‘why wouldn’t

you?’”

hopefully one day I’ll be able to

own or run a nursery or something

like that.”

As president of the Rotary

Club, Jack Moynihan said that

he was humbled to be able to

hand out these awards.

“At the same time it’s humbling

and rewarding,” he said.

“It was the reason that I joined

the Rotary (Club), because

of what they do. Their whole

motto is ‘service above self,’

and that’s what we do.”

Looking for a house?

Check the real estate section!

PHOTO | YOGA REACHES OUT

Yoga Reaches Out, a fundraising event of the Boston Children’s

Hospital, visited MarketStreet with a pop-up outdoor yoga

class on Saturday morning.

Yoga pops up at

MarketStreet

By Alena Kuzub

Yoga Reaches Out, a fundraising

event of the Boston

Children’s Hospital, visited

MarketStreet Saturday morning

with a pop-up outdoor yoga

class.

About a dozen yogis attended

the class, which was designed

to provide an hour of wellness

and self-care with an opportunity

to support sick children and

their families.

“We’ve been working from

home for a year and a half

now so it really just brings

that sense of community and

giving back to a great cause at

the same time,” said Christine

Bernardino, corporate initiatives

officer at the Boston

Children’s Hospital Trust, who

joined in on the class herself.

Yoga instructor Daniel Dugan

led the all-level, Vinyasa yoga

class on the Green.

“Mental health is such an

important, often-overlooked

part of our society. Having that

outlet that is both mental and

physical and giving a safe space

for people to just be with their

bodies is so important,” said

Dugan about the valuable opportunity

YRO was providing.

“I feel like when you work out

together it just creates an energy

that you can’t imagine; it’s

great.”

Pre-pandemic, YRO hosted

one big day of yoga practice

once a year at Gillette Stadium.

Sarah Gardner, the executive

director, came up with the idea

11 years ago. Her son received

treatment at Boston Children’s

when he was born prematurely,

and she wanted to give back.

One day she had an epiphany:

She wanted to bring 1,000 yogis

together at Gillette Stadium for

a “yogathon” to raise money for

sick children. Then, she got to

work.

Gillette Stadium donated

their field house to host the

event. That first time, in 2010,

YRO was able to bring together

400 people. They reached the

1,000-person mark in 2018.

The local yoga community

embraced the idea. Some yoga

studios became regular participants

and providers of yoga instructors.

But the organization

is always looking for new yoga

teachers to welcome into the

community.

YRO has helped to fundraise

more than $3 million for BCH

over the years.

When the COVID-19 pandemic

locked everyone indoors,

the team had to pivot and take

the community online. As the

restrictions were eased, YRO

started hosting pop-up classes

outdoors around New England

to get people together as a community.

This summer, classes

have taken place at Cape Cod;

Martha’s Vineyard; Nantucket;

Tuscan Village in Salem, N.H.;

Biddeford, Maine; and around

the Greater Boston area. All

classes last one hour and the organization

suggests a donation

of $25 or more.

YRO team is hoping to be

back with their large event at

Gillette Stadium in April 2022.

Looking for past issues?

Find them on weeklynews.net


4

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 AUGUST 26, 2021

LYNNFIELD

WEEKLY NEWS

(USPS Permit #168)

Telephone: 781-593-7700 • Fax: 781-581-3178

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 5, Lynn, MA 01903

News and Advertising Offices: 110 Munroe St., Lynn, MA 01901

Office Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday

www.weeklynews.net

Police Log

Editor: Sophie Yarin syarin@essexmediagroup.com

Reporter: Anne Marie Tobin atobin@essexmediagroup.com

Sports Editor: Mike Alongi malongi@essexmediagroup.com

Advertising Reps: Ralph Mitchell rmitchell@essexmediagroup.com

Patricia Whalen pwhalen@essexmediagroup.com

Ernie Carpenter ecarpenter@essexmediagroup.com

Retail Price: $1.00

Deadlines: News: Monday, noon; Display Ads: Monday, noon;

Classified Ads: Monday, noon;

No cancellations accepted after deadline.

The Lynnfield Weekly News is published 52 times per year on Thursday by Essex

Media Group, Inc. No issue is printed during the week of Christmas. The Lynnfield

Weekly News is delivered via US Mail to all homes in Lynnfield. It is also

available in several locations throughout Lynnfield. The Lynnfield Weekly News

will not be responsible for typographical or other errors in advertisements, but will

reprint that part of an advertisement in which a typographical error occurs if notified

immediately. Advertisers must notify the Lynnfield Weekly News of any errors in

advertisements on the FIRST day of insertion. The publisher reserves the right to

reject, omit or edit any copy offered for publication. POSTMASTER: Send address

changes to Lynnfield Weekly News, P.O. Box 5, Lynn, MA 01903. © 2016 Essex

Media Group, Inc.

Can’t get to

the store?

Get home

delivery.

Subscribe for half the

newsstand price.

Subscriptions include

full online access.

www.itemlive.com/subscribe

or call 781-593-7700, ext. 1239

MONDAY 8/16

Complaints

A disturbance was reported

on Monday at 3:07 p.m. at 375

Broadway. Neighbors were

having a dispute.

Theft

A theft was reported at 9:16

a.m. on Monday at 133 Forest

Ave.

TUESDAY 8/17

Accident

An accident with property

damage was reported at 12:48

p.m. on Tuesday at Walnut and

Market streets.

Complaints

A caller reported a dump

truck having possibly dumped

its load in the road at 3:24 p.m.

on Tuesday. The caller reported

lots of branches in the roadway.

The officer was able to move the

branches out of the way and said

DPW would be notified the next

day to be removed.

At 8:45 p.m. on Tuesday a

caller reported that a white

pickup truck fitted with a gas

grill was driving around her

neighborhood on Melch Road

for the past few nights. She

added that the vehicle would idle

in front of her house for 10-15

minutes at a time. She added

that her husband followed the

truck to a gas station but her

husband did not get the vehicle’s

plate number. An officer

on the scene confirmed the appearance

of a white pickup with

scrap metal in the truck but was

not able to locate the grill and

was therefore not able to make

a positive identification.

Vandalism

Destruction of property was

reported at 10:31 p.m. on

Tuesday at 36 Daventry Court.

WEDNESDAY 8/18

Complaints

At 7:03 a.m. Wednesday a

caller reported that she is being

harassed via email.

Accident

An accident with property

damage was reported at 2:26

p.m. Wednesday at Main St. and

Bay State Road.

FRIDAY 8/20

Theft

A report of motor vehicle

theft at 7:38 p.m. Friday at Kelly

Nissan at 275 N Broadway. A

caller reported a carjacking.

SATURDAY 8/21

Accidents

A report of a hit-and-run

motor vehicle crash at 7:41 p.m.

Saturday at Sagamore Spring

Golf Club at 1287 Main St.

Water District to flush mains

FOR THE WEEKLY

NEWS

Residents should take notice

that beginning August through

November the district will be

flushing water mains between 8

a.m. and 3 p.m. Monday through

Friday.

The Lynnfield Water District

serves the southern one-third of

Lynnfield. You can determine

if you are a part of the district

by looking at the fire hydrants

outside — the Lynnfield Water

District is marked by red fire hydrants.

Residents may experience

rusty water for a short time after

the flushing. The LWD recommends

running cold water until

the lines are clear.

Please, check the water first

before doing laundry as discoloration

may stain it, especially

white materials. Delay doing

laundry until any discoloration

of the water clears up. Washing

a dark load is recommended first

after the flushing is completed.

If the water pressure or volume

seems low after flushing,

residents should clean faucet

screens to remove any silt or

sediment that may be obstructing

water flows.

Water mains flushing is an

important preventative maintenance

activity. Flushing allows

the district to remove sediment

or other solids that might collect

in the water mains. It also helps

maintain water quality and fire

flows in the distribution system.

More information on the district

can be obtained at www.

lwdma.us. If you have any questions,

you may contact the district

at 781-598-4223.

Virtual Foster Care Session

FOR THE WEEKLY

NEWS

The Lynnfield Public Library

will host a virtual “Foster Care

Information Session” on Friday,

Aug. 27 from 2-4 p.m. The Department

of Children & Families

will provide information about

the benefits of foster care. Participants

will have the opportunity

to ask questions about the

foster care program.

Questions prior to the event

can be emailed to Kashawn Little

at Kashawn.McRavion-Little@massmail.state.ma.us

or

call him at 980-330-1624. Advance

registration with a valid

email address is required. Log

in information will be sent 30

minutes before the event. Please

email Abby Porter at aporter@

noblenet.org or call her at 781-

334-5411 (Ext. 113).


AUGUST AUGUST 26, 26, 26, 26, 2021

2021

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 978-532-5880 5

Chris’ Farmstand

FREE We accept EAR Formen’s OF CORN Market FOR EVERY Coupons

DOZEN PURCHASED!

11 Free Lake ear of Street corn for Peabody

every dozen purchased

978-994-4315

978-994-4315

11 Lake Street Peabody

We accept EBT, SNAP, HIP and Farmers Market Coupons

978-994-4315

We accept EBT, SNAP, HIP and Farmers Market Coupons

Bus Routes

Bus Routes

Open

Daily

10-6

Open Daily

Open Daily

In order to provide the town’s school bus schedules printed below, the Lynnfield Weekly News made the choice to suspend its

regular program of content. We apologize for any inconvenience.

LYNNFIELD HIGH

Route

Route

A PM

PM

Shady Shady Nook Nook Ln Ln &

Wildewood Wildewood Dr Dr

Edgemere Edgemere Rd Rd & Bishops Bishops

Ln Ln

Bishops Bishops Ln Ln & Abbey Abbey Ln Ln

Dunstan Dunstan Rd Rd & Locksley Locksley

Rd Rd

6 Nottingham Nottingham Rd Rd

13 13 Doncaster Doncaster Rd Rd

Locksley Locksley Rd Rd & Friars Friars Ln Ln

1 Locksley Locksley Rd Rd

Moulton Moulton Dr Dr & Lake Lake St St

Moulton Moulton Dr Dr & Vokes Vokes Ter Ter

Salem Salem St St & Canterbury Canterbury Rd Rd

Salem Salem St St & Fairview Fairview Rd Rd

995 995 Salem Salem St St

Lynnfield Lynnfield St St & Lookout Lookout

Ter Ter

29 29 Lynn Lynn End End Rd Rd

880 880 Salem Salem St St

7 Lakeview Lakeview Dr Dr

735 735 Salem Salem St St

Carpenter Carpenter Rd Rd & Horseshoe Horseshoe

Dr Dr

Pizzuti Pizzuti Way Way & Salem Salem St St

250 250 Salem Salem St St

100 100 King King Rail Rail Dr Dr

Walnut Walnut St St & Alexandra Alexandra Rd Rd

Walnut Walnut St St & Westway Westway

Walnut Walnut St St & Thomas Thomas Rd Rd

Walnut Walnut St St & Gerry Gerry Rd Rd

262 262 Summer Summer St St

LYNNFIELD HIGH

Route

Route

M PM

PM

Lowell Lowell St St & Pocahontas Pocahontas

Way Way

Lowell Lowell St St & Apple Apple Hill Hill Ln Ln

575 575 Lowell Lowell St St

Lowell Lowell St St & Chestnut Chestnut St St

Cooks Cooks Farm Farm Ln Ln & Chestnut Chestnut

St St

Cortland Cortland Ln Ln & Tophet Tophet Rd Rd

Tophet Tophet Rd Rd & Cortland Cortland Ln Ln

Chestnut Chestnut St St & Townsend Townsend

Rd Rd

Chestnut Chestnut St St & Perkins Perkins Ln Ln

Chestnut Chestnut St St & Hart Hart Rd Rd

Main Main St St & Olde Olde Towne Towne Rd Rd

Edward Edward Ave Ave North North &

Coleman Coleman Ave Ave

Main Main St St & London London Rd Rd

Main Main St St & Partridge Partridge Ln Ln

Perry Perry Ave Ave & Main Main St St

263 263 Summer Summer St St

417 417 Summer Summer St St

Summer Summer St St & Thomas Thomas Rd Rd

Summer Summer St St & Melch Melch Rd Rd

Summer Summer St St & Fletcher Fletcher Rd Rd

Pyburn Pyburn Rd Rd & Summer Summer St St

Salem Salem St St & Jensen Jensen St St

Sparhawk Sparhawk Dr Dr & Tedford Tedford

Ln Ln

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

B AM

AM

Bourque Bourque Rd Rd & Pillings Pillings

Pond Pond Rd Rd (Near (Near 69 69 Bourque Bourque

Rd) Rd)

Pillings Pillings Pond Pond Rd Rd & Oak Oak

Ridge Ridge Ter Ter

57 57 Pillings Pillings Pond Pond Road Road

Pillings Pillings Pond Pond Rd Rd & Ryan Ryan

Rd Rd

Bourque Bourque Rd Rd & Pillings Pillings

Pond Pond Rd Rd

Pillings Pillings Pond Pond Rd Rd &

Wildewood Wildewood Dr Dr

7 Wildewood Wildewood Drive Drive

Northway Northway & Lantern Lantern Ln Ln

7 Shady Shady Nook Nook Ln Ln

Wildewood Wildewood Dr Dr &

Edgemere Edgemere Rd Rd

Edgemere Edgemere Rd Rd & Bishops Bishops

Ln Ln

Elmwood Elmwood Rd Rd & Summer Summer

St St

594 594 Summer Summer St St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

C AM

AM

15 15 Maple Maple St St

3 Carpenter Carpenter Rd Rd

Carpenter Carpenter Rd Rd & Horseshoe Horseshoe

Dr Dr

7 Horseshoe Horseshoe Dr Dr

Horseshoe Horseshoe Dr Dr &

Stagecoach Stagecoach Ln Ln

4 Willowdale Willowdale Drive Drive

Willowdale Willowdale Dr Dr & Brook Brook

Dr Dr

Salem Salem St St & Dewing Dewing Rd Rd

420 420 Salem Salem St St

11 11 Ramsdell Ramsdell Way Way

12 12 Ramsdell Ramsdell Way Way

253 253 Salem Salem St St

400 400 Salem Salem St St

6 Winchester Winchester Drive Drive

569 569 Salem Salem St St

944 944 Summer Summer St St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

D AM

AM

Perry Perry Ave Ave & Green Green

Meadow Meadow Drive Drive

Highland Highland Ave Ave &

Summer Summer St St

68 68 Prospect Prospect Ave Ave

437 437 Summer Summer St St

5 Moran Moran Rd Rd

6 Nottingham Nottingham Rd Rd

8 Longbow Longbow Rd Rd

Longbow Longbow Rd Rd & Longbow Longbow

Cir Cir

21 21 Longbow Longbow Circle Circle

Abbey Abbey Ln Ln & Bishops Bishops Ln Ln

5 Dunstan Dunstan Rd Rd

Hunting Hunting Ln Ln & Robin Robin Rd Rd

15 15 Kings Kings Rd Rd

Robin Robin Rd Rd & Archer Archer Ln Ln

1 Archer Archer Lane Lane

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

E AM

AM

85 85 Canterbury Canterbury Rd Rd

24 24 Canterbury Canterbury Rd Rd

Salem Salem St St & Ledge Ledge Rd Rd

Salem Salem St St & Fall Fall Way Way

21 21 Douglass Douglass Rd Rd

Douglass

Douglass

Rd

Rd

& Rossmore

Rossmore

Rd

Rd

Fairview Fairview Rd Rd & Rossmore Rossmore

Rd Rd

24 24 Sylvan Sylvan Circle Circle

15 15 Sylvan Sylvan Circle Circle

4 Sylvan Sylvan Circle Circle

14 14 Fairview Fairview Rd Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

F AM

AM

4 Murphy Murphy Way Way

84 84 Canterbury Canterbury Rd Rd

300 300 King King Rail Rail Dr Dr

5 Reedy Reedy Rd Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

H AM

AM

Lynnbrook Lynnbrook Rd Rd & Salem Salem St St

Lookout Lookout Ter Ter & Lynnfield Lynnfield

St St

7 Standish Standish Rd Rd

8 Tree Tree Top Top Lane Lane

Salem Salem St St & Locust Locust St St

19 19 Fairview Fairview Ave Ave

11 11 Witham Witham St St

Salem Salem & Grove Grove St St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

I AM

AM

125 125 Walnut Walnut St St

Walnut Walnut St St & Thistle Thistle Ln Ln

275 275 Walnut Walnut St St

Alexandra Alexandra Rd Rd &

Debston Debston Ln Ln

32 32 Alexandra Alexandra Rd Rd

Huckleberry Huckleberry Rd Rd W &

Alexandra Alexandra Rd Rd

Fernway Fernway & Westway Westway

Fernway Fernway & Stoneway Stoneway

24 24 Fernway Fernway

Gerry Gerry Rd Rd & Temple Temple Rd Rd

Drury Drury Ln Ln & Herrick Herrick Ln Ln

Reedy Reedy Rd Rd & Thomas Thomas Rd Rd

Thomas Thomas Rd Rd & Putney Putney Ln Ln

Putney Putney Ln Ln & Bancroft Bancroft St St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

J AM

AM

4 Zepaj Zepaj Lane Lane

24 24 Green Green St St

7 Lakeview Lakeview Dr Dr

Moulton Moulton Dr Dr & Vokes Vokes Ter Ter

Moulton Moulton Dr Dr & Lake Lake St St

8 Locksley Locksley Rd Rd

11 11 Doncaster Doncaster Rd Rd

88 88 Locksley Locksley Rd Rd

168 168 Locksley Locksley Rd Rd

7 Stafford Stafford Rd Rd

Locksley Locksley Rd Rd & Dunstan Dunstan

Rd Rd

89 89 Locksley Locksley Rd Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

K AM

AM

Walnut Walnut St St & Sparhawk Sparhawk Dr Dr

4 Tedford Tedford Ln Ln

Heath Heath Cir Cir & Hawks Hawks Lane Lane

2 Heath Heath Circle Circle

Bluejay Bluejay Rd Rd & Tedford Tedford Ln Ln

Bluejay Bluejay Rd Rd & Liberty Liberty Ln Ln

683 683 Walnut Walnut St St

4 Country Country Club Club Dr Dr

158 158 Walnut Walnut St St

Williams Williams Rd Rd & Elliot Elliot Rd Rd

1 Elliot Elliot Rd Rd

1 Thomas Thomas Rd Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

O AM

AM

1 Fletcher

Fletcher

Rd

Rd

Fletcher

Fletcher

Rd

Rd

& October

October

Ln

Ln

12

12

Fletcher

Fletcher

Rd

Rd

1 Pyburn

Pyburn

Rd

Rd

31

31

Pyburn

Pyburn

Rd

Rd

Hidden

Hidden

Valley

Valley

Rd

Rd

& Salem

Salem

St

St

Hidden

Hidden

Valley

Valley

Rd

Rd

&

Sparhawk

Sparhawk

Dr

Dr

12

12

Hidden

Hidden

Valley

Valley

Rd

Rd

127

127

Salem

Salem

St

St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route

Route

B Pm

Pm

Elmwood Elmwood Rd Rd & Summer Summer

St St

Summer Summer Ave Ave & Summer Summer

St St

Edgemere Edgemere Rd Rd & Bishops Bishops

Ln Ln

Wildewood Wildewood Dr Dr &

Edgemere Edgemere Rd Rd

Magnolia Magnolia Dr Dr &

Wildewood Wildewood Dr Dr

7 Shady Shady Nook Nook Ln Ln

Northway Northway & Lantern Lantern Ln Ln

7 Wildewood Wildewood Dr Dr

Pillings Pillings Pond Pond Rd Rd &

Wildewood Wildewood Dr Dr

Bourque Bourque Rd Rd & Pillings Pillings

Pond Pond Rd Rd

Pillings

Pillings

Pond

Pond

Rd

Rd

& Ryan

Ryan

Rd

Rd

57 57 Pillings Pillings Pond Pond Rd Rd

Pillings Pillings Pond Pond Rd Rd & Oak Oak

Ridge Ridge Ter Ter

Bourque Bourque Rd Rd & Pillings Pillings

Pond Pond Rd Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route Route C PM PM

15 15 Maple Maple St St

3 Carpenter Carpenter Rd Rd

Carpenter Carpenter Rd Rd & Horseshoe Horseshoe

Dr Dr

7 Horseshoe Horseshoe Dr Dr

Horseshoe Horseshoe Dr Dr &

Stagecoach Stagecoach Ln Ln

4 Willowdale Willowdale Dr Dr

Willowdale Willowdale Dr Dr & Brook Brook

Dr Dr

Salem Salem St St & Dewing Dewing Rd Rd

420 420 Salem Salem St St

11 11 Ramsdell Ramsdell Way Way

12 12 Ramsdell Ramsdell Way Way

253 253 Salem Salem St St

400 400 Salem Salem St St

6 Winchester Winchester Dr Dr

569 569 Salem Salem St St

944 944 Summer Summer St St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route Route D PM PM

5 Moran Moran Rd Rd

6 Nottingham Nottingham Rd Rd

8 Longbow Longbow Rd Rd

Longbow Longbow Rd Rd & Longbow Longbow

Cir Cir

BUS BUS ROUTES, ROUTES, PAGE PAGE 6


6

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 AUGUST 26, 2021

BUS ROUTES

From page 5

21 Longbow Cir

Abbey Ln & Bishops Ln

5 Dunstan Rd

Hunting Ln & Robin Rd

15 Kings Rd

Robin Rd & Archer Ln

1 Archer Ln

437 Summer St

68 Prospect Ave

Highland Ave & Summer

St

Perry Ave & Green

Meadow Dr

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route E PM

24 Canterbury Road

85 Canterbury Rd

Salem St & Ledge Rd

Salem St & Fall Way

14 Fairview Rd

4 Sylvan Cir

15 Sylvan Cir

24 Sylvan Cir

Fairview Rd & Rossmore

Rd

Douglass Rd & Rossmore

Rd

21 Douglass Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route F PM

84 Canterbury Rd

300 King Rail Dr

5 Reedy Rd

4 Murphy Way

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route H PM

Lynnbrook Rd & Salem St

Lookout Ter & Lynnfield

St

7 Standish Road

8 Tree Top Ln

Salem St & Locust St

19 Fairview Ave

11 WithAM St

Salem St & Grove St

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route I Pm

125 Walnut St

Walnut St & Thistle Ln

275 Walnut St

32 Alexandra Road

Alexandra Rd & Debston

Ln

Huckleberry Rd W &

Alexandra Rd

Fernway & Westway

Fernway & Stoneway

24 Fernway

Putney Ln & Bancroft St

Thomas Rd & Putney Ln

Reedy Rd & Thomas Rd

Drury Ln & Herrick Ln

Gerry Rd & Temple Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route J PM

88 Locksley Rd

168 Locksley Rd

7 Stafford Rd

Locksley Rd & Dunstan

Rd

89 Locksley Rd

11 Doncaster Rd

8 Locksley Rd

Moulton Dr & Lake St

Moulton Dr & Vokes Ter

24 Green St

4 Zepaj Ln

7 Lakeview Dr

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route K PM

Walnut St & Sparhawk Dr

683 Walnut St

Bluejay Rd & Liberty Ln

Bluejay Rd & Tedford Ln

2 Heath Cir

Heath Cir & Hawks Ln

4 Tedford Ln

4 Country Club Dr

158 Walnut St

1 Elliot Rd

WilliAMs Rd & Elliot Rd

1 Thomas Rd

HUCKLEBERRY

HILL

Route O PM

1 Fletcher Rd

Fletcher Rd & October Ln

12 Fletcher Rd

1 Pyburn Rd

31 Pyburn Rd

2 Broadway

Hidden Valley Rd & Salem

St

Hidden Valley Rd &

Sparhawk Dr

12 Hidden Valley Rd

127 Salem St

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route A AM

880 Salem St

33 Fariview Ave

6 WithAM St

25 Green St

4 Zepaj Ln

50 Lakeview Dr

Moulton Dr & Vokes Ter

Locksley Rd & Moulton

Dr

Friars Ln & Doncaster Cir

NottinghAM Rd &

Doncaster Rd

Summer St & Prospect

Ave

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route B AM

Pillings Pond Rd &

Skinner Ln

Bourque Rd & Pillings

Pond Rd (Near 69 Bourque

Rd)

259 Old Pillings Pond

Road

Bourque Rd & Pillings

Pond Rd (Near 39 Pillings

Pond)

Pillings Pond Rd &

Wildewood Dr

Wildewood Dr &

Driftwood Ln

Wildewood Dr & Magnolia

Dr

Wildewood Dr &

Edgemere Rd

Edgemere Rd & Bishops

Ln

Abbey Ln & Longbow Cir

Hunting Ln & Robin Rd

Robin Rd & Archer Ln

Archer Ln & Summer St

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route C AM

Evans Rd & Jordan Rd

Midland Rd & Chatham

Way

ChathAM Way & Grey Ln

Grey Ln & Huntingdon Rd

DurhAM Dr & Grey Ln

11 Huntingdon Road

Daventry Ct & DurhAM

Dr

Willowby Way & Daventry

Ct

Willowby Way & DurhAM

Dr

Lowell St & Lil’s Way

7 Mohawk Lane

Lowell St & Smith Farm

Trl

Lowell St & Pocahontas

Way

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route D AM

Summer St & Williams Rd

7 Thomas Rd

Thomas Rd & Roundy Rd

Putney Ln & Bancroft St

Trickett Rd & Summer St

723 Summer St

Summer St & Knoll Rd

Melch Rd & Michaels Rd

Moran Rd & Huckleberry

Rd East

11 Huckleberry Rd East

Huckleberry Rd E &

Summer St

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route E AM

925 Main St

1389 Main St

Lowell St & Joseph Ln

Lowell St & Norris Rd

Apple Hill Ln & Cortland

Ln

15 Russett Ln

Orchard Ln & Baldwin Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cider

Mill Rd

Cider Mill Rd & Orchard

Ln

Lowell St & Rourke Ln

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route F AM

19 Juniper Rd

297 Lowell St

3 Cider Mill Rd

20 Carpenter Rd

686 Main St

600 Main St

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route G AM

5 Sylvan Cir

Fairview Rd & Rossmore

Rd

Fairview Rd & Lynnbrook

Rd

4 Rossmore Rd

22 Douglas Rd

Lynnfield St & Lookout

Ter

29 Lynn End Road

Locust St & Salem St

Salem St & Grove St

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route H AM

Summer St & Timberhill

Ln

Fletcher Rd & October Ln

8 Fletcher Rd

25 Pyburn Rd

6 NottinghAM Rd

NottinghAM Rd &

Locksley Rd

108 Locksley Rd

177 Locksley Rd

Dunstan Rd & Locksley

Rd

Summer St & Ashwood Rd

Summer St & Rockwood

Rd

Summer St & Lockwood

Rd

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL Route I AM

Gerry Rd & Reedy Rd

Gerry Rd & Temple Rd

Herrick Ln & Drury Ln

RAMsdell Way & Salem

St

Salem St & Winchester Dr

15 Maple St

2 Carpenter Rd

Carpenter Rd & Horseshoe

Dr

8 Horseshoe Dr

Willowdale Dr & Brook

Dr

Salem St & Lara Rd

Salem St & Dewing Rd

420 Salem St

250 Salem St

230 Salem St

Alexandra Rd & Debston

Ln

Alexandra Rd & Walnut St

Walnut St & Thomas Rd

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route J AM

125 Walnut St

Fernway & Westway

Fernway & Stoneway

Atherton Cir & Westway

Bancroft St & Atherton Cir

Thistle Ln & Walnut St

Sparhawk Dr & Tedford

Ln

Heath Cir & Hawks Ln

Tedford Ln & Bluejay Rd

9 Liberty Ln

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route K AM

Chestnut St & Townsend Rd

Chestnut St & Alderney

Way

Tophet Rd & Cortland Ln

(Near 98 Tophet)

Cortland Ln & Tophet Rd

Cortland Ln & Cooks

Farm Ln

Chestnut St & Lowell St

4 Goldenrod Lane

505 Lowell St

575 Lowell St

North Hill Dr & Glen Dr

14 North Hill Dr

Willis Ln & Powder Hill

Rd

715 Lowell St

763 Lowell St

Lowell St & Murphy Way

Chestnut St & Kimberly

Ter

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route M AM

Salem St & Canterbury

Rd

84 Canterbury Rd

Fall Way & Salem St

2 Broadway

Salem St & Jensen St

Hidden Valley Rd &

Sparhawk Dr

159 Salem St

185 Salem St

100 King Rail Dr

MIDDLE & HIGH

SCHOOL

Route O AM

Main St & Heritage Ln

Heritage Ln & Wheeler St

Windsor Rd & Heritage Ln

Chestnut St & Hart Rd

Chestnut St & Bridle Path

Haywood Farm &

Chestnut St

Perkins Ln & Candlewood

Rd

83 Chestnut St

Main St & Olde Towne Rd

36 Edward Ave South

Main St & London Rd

Main St & Partridge Ln

Village Row & Main St

Perry Ave & Main Street

BUS ROUTES, PAGE 7


AUGUST 26, 2021

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 7

BUS ROUTES

From page 6

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route A PM

Summer St & Prospect

Ave

880 Salem St

33 Fairview Ave

6 Witham St

25 Green St

4 Zepaj Lane

50 Lakeview Dr

Moulton Dr & Vokes Ter

Locksley Rd & Moulton

Dr

Friars Ln & Doncaster Cir

Nottingham Rd &

Doncaster Rd

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route B PM

Pillings Pond Rd &

Skinner Ln

Bourque Rd & Pillings

Pond Rd

259 Old Pillings Pond Rd

Bourque Rd & Pillings

Pond Rd

Pillings Pond Rd &

Wildewood Dr

Wildewood Dr &

Driftwood Ln

Wildewood Dr & Magnolia

Dr

Wildewood Dr &

Edgemere Rd

Edgemere Rd & Bishops

Ln

Abbey Ln & Longbow Cir

Hunting Ln & Robin Rd

Robin Rd & Archer Ln

Archer Ln & Summer St

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route C PM

Lowell St & Pocahontas

Way

Lowell St & Lil’s Way

7 Mohawk Ln

Lowell St & Smith Farm

Trl

Willowby Way & Durham

Dr

Durham Dr & Grey Ln

11 Huntingdon Road

Grey Ln & Huntingdon Rd

Chatham Way & Grey Ln

Daventry Ct & Durham Dr

Willowby Way & Daventry

Ct

Midland Rd & Chatham

Way

Evans Rd & Jordan Rd

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route D PM

Summer St & Williams Rd

7 Thomas Rd

Thomas Rd & Roundy Rd

Atherton Cir & Westway

Fernway & Westway

Fernway & Stoneway

Atherton Cir & Putney Ln

Trickett Rd & Summer St

Summer St & Knoll Rd

Melch Rd & Michaels Rd

Moran Rd & Huckleberry

Rd East

11 Huckleberry Rd East

Huckleberry Rd E &

Summer St

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route E PM

925 Main St

1389 Main St

Lowell St & Joseph Ln

Lowell St & Norris Rd

Apple Hill Ln & Cortland

Ln

15 Russet Ln

Orchard Ln & Baldwin Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cider

Mill Rd

Cider Mill Rd & Orchard

Ln

Lowell St & Rourke Ln

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route F PM

297 Lowell St

20 Carpenter Rd

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route G PM

5 Sylvan Cir

Fairview Rd & Rossmore

Rd

Fairview Rd & Lynnbrook

Rd

4 Rossmore Rd

22 Douglas Rd

Lynnfield St & Lookout

Ter

29 Lynn End Rd

Locust St & Salem St

Salem St & Grove St

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route H PM

Summer St & Timberhill

Ln

Fletcher Rd & October Ln

8 Fletcher Rd

25 Pyburn Rd

6 Nottingham Rd

Nottingham Rd &

Locksley Rd

108 Locksley Road

177 Locksley Road

Dunstan Rd & Locksley

Rd

Ashwood Rd & Summer

St

Rockwood Rd & Summer

St

Lockwood Rd & Summer

St

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route I PM

Gerry Rd & Reedy Rd

Gerry Rd & Temple Rd

Herrick Ln & Drury Ln

Ramsdell Way & Salem St

Salem St & Winchester Dr

15 Maple St

2 Carpenter Rd

Carpenter Rd & Horseshoe

Dr

8 Horseshoe Dr

Willowdale Dr & Brook

Dr

Salem St & Lara Rd

Salem St & Dewing Rd

420 Salem St

250 Salem St

230 Salem St

Alexandra Rd & Debston

Ln

Alexandra Rd & Walnut

Walnut St & Thomas Rd

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route J PM

125 Walnut St

Thistle Ln & Walnut St

9 Liberty Ln

Tedford Ln & Bluejay Rd

Heath Cir & Hawks Ln

Sparhawk Dr & Tedford

Ln

Hidden Valley Rd &

Sparhawk Dr

Salem St & Jensen St

159 Salem St

185 Salem St

100 King Rail Dr

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route K PM

119 Chestnut Street

Chestnut St & Townsend

Rd

Chestnut St & Alderney

Way

Tophet Rd & Cortland Ln

(Near 98 Tophet)

Cortland Ln & Tophet Rd

Cortland Ln & Cooks

Farm Ln

Chestnut St & Lowell St

4 Goldenrod Ln

505 Lowell St

575 Lowell St

North Hill Dr & Glen Dr

14 North Hill Dr

Willis Ln & Powder Hill

Rd

715 Lowell St

763 Lowell St

Lowell St & Murphy Way

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route M PM

Salem St & Canterbury Rd

84 Canterbury Rd

2 Broadway

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Route O PM

Main St & Heritage Ln

Heritage Ln & Wheeler St

Windsor Rd & Heritage Ln

Chestnut St & Hart Rd

Chestnut St & Bridle Path

Haywood Farm &

Chestnut St

Perkins Ln & Candlewood

Rd

19 Juniper Road

83 Chestnut St

Main St & Olde Towne Rd

36 Edward Ave South

Main St & London Rd

Perry Ave & Main St

SUMMER STREET

Route B AM

10 HAMpton Court

Midland Rd & HAMpton

Ct

21 Midland Road

12 ChathAM Way

ChathAM Way & Grey Ln

Huntingdon Rd & Grey Ln

36 Grey Ln

DurhAM Dr & Grey Ln

5 Landsdowne Ct

Daventry Ct & Willowby

Way

10 Daventry Ct

7 Huntingdon Rd

18 Huntingdon Rd

9 DurhAM Drive

ChathAM Way & DurhAM

Dr

25 ChathAM Way

Grey Ln & Yorkshire Dr

SUMMER STREET

Route C AM

427 Lowell St

509 Lowell St

575 Lowell St

651 Lowell St

705 Lowell St

3 Murphy Way

Hilltop Rd & Lowell St

3 Powder Hill Rd

4 Willis Lane

W Tapley Rd & Glen Dr

2 Apple Hill Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cortland

Ln

Russet Ln & Apple Hill Ln

Russet Ln & Orchard Ln

12 Orchard Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cider

Mill Rd

Cider Mill Rd & Orchard

Ln

SUMMER STREET

Route D AM

703 Main St

30 Homestead Rd

Homestead Rd & Oxbow

Rd

5 Ivanhoe Dr

7 Wing Rd

18 Wing Rd

31 Wing Rd

1067 Main St

Merrow Rd & Main St

Main St & Pine Hill Rd

Main St & Pagos Way

Mitchell Rd & Richards

Rd

Thwing Rd & Carol Ann

Rd

Thwing Rd & Phillips Rd

31 Phillips Rd

SUMMER STREET

Route E AM

Beaver Ave & Main St

16 Hutchins Cir

390 Main St

19 Olde Towne Rd

58 Edward Ave North

Edward Ave & Sigmund St

41 Pine St

10 Pine St

44 Partridge Ln

14 Village Row

1 Village Row

9 Wirthmore Ln

Meadow Ln & Dale Rd

447 Main St

SUMMER STREET

Route H AM

975 Main St

3 Ostis Way

130 Lowell St

Lowell St

Lil’s Way & Lowell St

7 Mohawk Ln

Smith Farm Trl & Lowell

St

11 Smith Farm Tr

16 Pocahontas Way

Lowell St & Joseph Ln

Norris Rd & Tapley Rd

326 Lowell St

Parsons Ave & Summer St

12 Westover Dr

SUMMER STREET

Route I AM

385 Essex St

Essex St & Melody Ln

5 Currie Cir

3 Jordan Rd

380 Essex St

4 Keniston Rd

Lovell Rd & Keniston Rd

Stillman Rd & Lovell Rd

Stillman Road & Essex St

48 Essex St

16 Essex St

2 Ashley Ct

9 Willard Ln

23 Carter Rd

SUMMER STREET

Route J AM

Heritage Ln & Bryant St

14 Tappan Way

2 Tappan Ct

5 Wheeler St

23 Heritage Ln

Heritage Ln & Windsor Rd

4 Candlewood Rd

Rd & Juniper Rd

Candlewood Rd & Perkins

Ln

3 Perkins Ln

8 Townsend Rd

Townsend Rd

Townsend Rd & Needham

Rd

1 Charing Cross

SUMMER STREET

Route K AM

53 Chestnut Street

119 Chestnut St

Chestnut St & Bridle Path

353 Chestnut St

409 Chestnut St

Chestnut St & Alderney

Way

13 Tophet Rd

16 Cortland Lane

5 Cooks Farm Lane

BUS ROUTES, PAGE 8


8

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 AUGUST 26, 2021

BUS ROUTES

From page 7

687 Chestnut Street

576 Lowell St

482 Lowell St

Chestnut St & Sevinor Rd

90 Chestnut St

76 Chestnut St

Perry Ave & Green

Meadow Dr

SUMMER STREET

Route O AM

357 Summer St

2 Broadway

100 King Rail Dr

SUMMER STREET

Route B PM

10 HAMpton Ct

Midland Rd & HAMpton

Ct

21 Midland Rd

12 ChathAM Way

ChathAM Way & Grey Ln

Huntingdon Rd & Grey Ln

36 Grey Ln

DurhAM Dr & Grey Ln

5 Landsdowne Ct

Daventry Ct & Willowby

Way

10 Daventry Ct

7 Huntingdon Rd

18 Huntingdon Rd

9 DurhAM Dr

ChathAM Way & DurhAM

Dr

25 ChathAM Way

Yorkshire Dr & Grey Ln

SUMMER STREET

Route C PM

427 Lowell St

509 Lowell St

575 Lowell St

651 Lowell St

705 Lowell St

3 Murphy Way

Hilltop Rd & Lowell St

3 Powder Hill Rd

4 Willis Ln

W Tapley Rd & Glen Dr

2 Apple Hill Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cortland

Ln

Russet Ln & Apple Hill Ln

Russet Ln & Orchard Ln

12 Orchard Ln

Apple Hill Ln & Cider Mill

Rd

Cider Mill Rd & Orchard

Ln

SUMMER STREET

Route D PM

703 Main St

30 Homestead Road

Homestead Rd & Oxbow

Rd

5 Ivanhoe Dr

7 Wing Road

18 Wing Road

31 Wing Road

1067 Main St

Merrow Rd & Main St

Main St & Pine Hill Rd

Main St & Pagos Way

Mitchell Rd & Richards Rd

Thwing Rd & Carol Ann

Rd

Thwing Rd & Phillips Rd

31 Phillips Road

SUMMER STREET

Route E PM

Beaver Ave & Main St

16 Hutchins Cir

390 Main St

19 Olde Towne Rd

58 Edward Ave North

Edward Ave & Sigmund St

41 Pine St

10 Pine St

44 Partridge Ln

14 Village Row

1 Village Row

9 Wirthmore Ln

Meadow Ln & Dale Rd

447 Main St

SUMMER STREET

Route H PM

12 Westover Dr

975 Main St

Lowell St & Joseph Ln

Norris Rd & Tapley Rd

326 Lowell St

3 Ostis Way

130 Lowell St

110 Lowell St

Anna E. “Ann” Brodbine, 92

1928 - 2021

FALMOUTH - Anna E. “Ann” Brodbine,

age 92, of Falmouth formerly

of Lynnfield and Peabody, died

Monday, August 16 at Artis Senior

Living in Lexington.

Born in Lynn on September

11,1928 she was the daughter of

the late John and Josephine (Niebrzydowski)

McLaughlin.

Ann graduated with highest honors

from Regis College to become

an elementary school teacher. After

her marriage to John Brodbine,

Ann turned her attention to raising

seven daughters, but remained

active in her church and community:

teaching catechism, hosting

bridge parties and honing her infamous

discount shopping skills –

that particular talent passed down

to all her girls. In her 40s, Ann

went back to school, obtaining a

Master’s degree from Salem State

University, and became a regular

substitute teacher in Lynnfield

public schools.

Ann had many interests – spending

summers on the Cape in Falmouth,

doing the NY Times crossword

puzzle, and cheering on (or

cursing) the Red Sox and Patriots

– but nothing brought as much joy

as singing. She drew great crowds

on Friday nights at Brooksby Village

in Peabody where she resided

before Artis. She loved travelling

to visit her children, grandchildren

and great grandchildren.

Beloved wife of the late Atty John

James Brodbine with whom she

shared 60 years of marriage. Loving

mother of Susan Viator of Huntington

Beach, CA, Colleen and

her husband Dr. Harvey Boyarsky

of Laguna Niguel, CA, Elizabeth

and her husband Professor Ahmed

Ghoniem of Winchester, Anne and

her husband Scott Healy of Sudbury,

Tricia and her husband Harrison

Whitehead of Franklin, TN, Atty

Ellen Brodbine of San Francisco,

CA, and MaryBeth and her husband

Alec Hitchcock of Phoenix,

AZ and Dungarvan, Ireland. She is

also survived by her sister Jacqueline

Gouse of Richardsville, VA; as

well as seven grandchildren and

three great grandchildren with another

on the way.

Service Information: A private

interment took place at

Forest Hill Cemetery, Lynnfield.

Arrangements in the care of

the McDonald Funeral Home,

Wakefield. A Memorial Service

and Celebration of Life will be

held October 2, at 10:00 a.m.

at St. Maria Goretti’s Church in

Lynnfield. For more details, you

may reach the family at sevengirls1@msn.com.

In lieu of flowers, memorial

donations may be made to the

Alzheimer’s Association, 309

Waverly Oaks Rd., Waltham,

MA, 02452 or to Regis College,

Office of Institutional Advancement

and Alumni Relations,

235 Wellesley Street, Box 30,

Weston, MA 02493.

Michael Garabedian

MELKONIAN'S

NORTH READING

SUBARU

Mike Garabedian

welcomes his friends and former customers

to NORTH READING SUBARU

Mike says he will beat any deal from any Subaru dealer!

260 Main Street

North Reading MA 01864

Sales: 978 396 6090

Direct: 844 720 9034

mgarabedian@northreadingsubaru.com

Lil’s Way & Lowell St

7 Mohawk Ln

Smith Farm Trl & Lowell

St

11 Smith Farm Trl

16 Pocahontas Way

Parsons Ave & Summer

St

SUMMER STREET

Route I PM

48 Essex St

16 Essex St

23 Carter Rd

9 Willard Ln

2 Ashley Ct

Stillman Rd & Essex St

Stillman Rd & Lovell Rd

Lovell Rd & Keniston Rd

4 Keniston Rd

385 Essex St

Essex St & Melody Ln

3 Jordan Rd

5 Currie Cir

380 Essex St

SUMMER STREET

Route J PM

1 Charing Cross

Townsend Rd & NeedhAM

Rd

14 Townsend Rd

8 Townsend Rd

3 Perkins Lane

Candlewood Rd & Perkins

Ln

Candlewood Rd & Juniper

Rd

4 Candlewood Rd

Heritage Ln & Windsor Rd

23 Heritage Ln

5 Wheeler St

2 Tappan Ct

14 Tappan Way

Heritage Ln & Bryant St

SUMMER STREET

Route K PM

53 Chestnut St

119 Chestnut St

Chestnut St & Bridle Path

353 Chestnut St

409 Chestnut St

Chestnut St & Alderney

Way

13 Tophet Rd

16 Cortland Ln

5 Cooks Farm Ln

687 Chestnut St

576 Lowell St

482 Lowell St

Chestnut St & Sevinor Rd

90 Chestnut St

76 Chestnut St

Perry Ave & Green Dr


AUGUST 26, 2021

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 9

Sports

MIAA Board of Directors

won’t require masks

for indoor fall sports

PHOTO | SPENSER HASAK

The Lynnfield football team gathers around Mekhi Peters, center, as they continue their first day

of practice on Friday.

Local football teams get back to

the grind as new season kicks off

By Mike Alongi

For the first time since the

2019 season, football is back in

its rightful place on the academic

calendar. With opening night just

two weeks away, teams across

the North Shore made their way

back out onto the field on Friday

for the first day of preseason

practices.

“It’s just so great to be back

to the regular grind,” said St.

Mary’s Coach Sean Driscoll.

“We were handing out equipment

(Thursday) and the guys

were so excited to be back. You

can just feel it in the air, and once

we hit the field the guys just went

110 percent.”

“It’s like Christmas all over

again,” said KIPP Coach Jim

Rabbitt. “The guys have been

really into their summer workouts,

with more than 20 guys hitting

the gym five times a week.

We had one final meeting as a

coaching staff (Thursday) and

we just knew the guys would all

come out swinging (Friday).”

All football teams must follow

the same protocols for the preseason,

using the first three days

of practice for conditioning and

workouts only. Teams will be

allowed to hold limited contact

practices after three days, then

they’ll put on full pads for the

first time on the sixth day of

practice. Teams will be allowed

to begin scrimmaging on the

eighth day of practice.

“It’s actually kind of good that

we’ll be starting off slow and

taking things from the fundamentals

on up,” said Bishop Fenwick

Coach Dave Woods. “We’ve got

a lot of younger players who will

be getting their first real time on

the field this year, and in the past

when we’ve worked on fundamentals

we’ve been a really solid

team.”

“It’s been a little bit odd in

terms of timing because we really

just finished up a couple

of months ago, which is normally

when we’d be ramping

up the offseason program,” said

Driscoll. “But I think the guys

are just going to be so excited

to get back to a real season, they

won’t feel tired at all.”

It’s going to be an interesting

year for the KIPP program, as

the founding class of the program

— which had 15 four-year

players on it — graduated this

past spring. While a number of

players who are on this year’s

roster have been on the team in

the past, it’s a whole different

story once the games start.

“It’s going to be a different

look, that’s for sure,” said

Rabbitt. “But at the same time,

most of the guys who will be out

there playing this year have been

on the team for the past couple

of years and they saw what we

accomplished and what we’re

capable of doing. They all know

what’s expected of them, and

I’m sure they’re ready to prove

that they can keep the program

moving forward.”

Fenwick is in a similar position,

having graduated 18 seniors

from last year’s team. And it

wasn’t just any 18 seniors, as 10

players from that group moved

on to play college football.

“That group was full of great

kids, incredible leaders and

most importantly, very talented

football players,” said Woods.

“Those shoes will definitely be

big ones to fill, but our guys are

excited for the opportunity.”

Over at St. Mary’s, a number

of players will be returning from

last year’s team.

“We’re going to have a good

mix of returning guys while still

being a fairly young team, so it’s

going to be an interesting process,”

said Driscoll.

Plenty of teams across the

North Shore and across the state

find themselves in similar situations,

and all of them will have

the next two weeks to work out

the kinks before the games start

for real. Opening day is set for

Friday, Sept. 10.

By Mike Alongi

The MIAA Board of Directors

made its return from summer

vacation to hold its first meeting

of the new year on Thursday,

where the board decided to vote

down a measure that would

have required student-athletes

to wear masks indoors for the

fall sports season.

The board still recommends

that student-athletes wear

masks, but it will not require

them to.

The decision was made because

several members of the

board stated that they preferred

to keep the decision on masks

to a local one from district to

district, with the MIAA Sports

Medicine Committee serving in

an advisory role. According to

the board, the Sports Medicine

Committee has not made any

formal recommendations on

masks because it believes those

policy decisions will be made at

the local level.

The mask rule would have

affected only volleyball for the

fall season, which has moved

back to its normal spot in the

academic year after moving to

the “Fall Sports II” season this

past spring.

The board went on to vote on

a Tournament Management

Committee recommendation

that would make any league,

district or regional tournament

championship games exempt

from the regular season game

limits. The board went on to

approve the measure, provided

that schools submit a formal

request to the executive staff

beforehand.

The board also welcomed six

new members for this year in

Pam Gould (Sandwich superintendent),

Nicole Bottomley

(Holliston principal), Thomas

Anderson (New Bedford superintendent),

Dave Bouchard

(Quabog athletic director), Jim

Quatromoni (Hingham athletic

director) and Ellen Holmes

(Ashburnham-Westminster

school committee).

In addition, the board recognized

retiring Executive

Director Bill Gaine, who took

part in his final meeting on

Thursday. New Executive

Director Dr. Bob Baldwin

will take over operations on

Monday.

Other votes by the board on

Thursday included delaying

the rule change that would require

each team to have an athletic

trainer present for football

games and eliminating a volleyball

rule change that would

limit boys’ participation on

mixed gender teams.

Following the cancellation

of postseason play for three

consecutive seasons, the board

reported that the spring MIAA

state tournament saw 22,346

student-athletes on 1,314 teams

participate and 32 state championships

handed out. The

tournament was subsidized

by a $350,000 grant from the

American Rescue Plan.

The next MIAA Board of

Directors meeting is scheduled

for Sept. 28.

AUTO | HOME | BUSINESS | LIFE

• We make shopping for insurance EASY.

• Ask for a quote! DISCOUNTS available.

Please visit us at one of our locations:

LYNNFIELD 550 Summer Street @Pillings Pond

MALDEN 1012 Eastern Avenue

Call 781.334.4888 or email

info@supinoinsurance.com

www.supinoinsurance.com


10

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 AUGUST 26, 2021

FILE PHOTO | SPENSER HASAK

Lynnfield native Jonathan Luders, left, and Peabody native Jake Gustin were two key players

for the North Shore Navigators this summer.

Navigators made plenty of noise

in their return to NECBL play

FILE PHOTO | OLIVIA FALCIGNO

Aidan Burke and the Lynnfield golf team are now back to work

preparing for the new season.

Football, golf return as

high school fall sports

underway once again

By Mike Alongi

It’s only been a little more than

a month since the final game

of the 2021 high school spring

season ended, but schools are

already itching to get back out

there. And on Friday morning,

football and golf teams across

the North Shore began practices

again to prepare for the Fall

2021 season.

Football and golf were the

only two sports permitted to

begin practices on Friday, while

the other fall sports — field

hockey, boys and girls soccer,

cross country and volleyball —

are allowed began practicing

the following Monday. As always,

teams are not allowed to

have more than 13 single practice

sessions (“double sessions”

count as two single practice sessions)

up to and including the

Friday before Labor Day (Sept.

3). Double practice sessions are

not permitted on the first three

days of fall practice.

Matches will begin for golf

teams on Sept. 7, while the first

football games will take place

on Sept. 10 and 11.

There will be plenty of storylines

to follow in both sports

this year.

Lynn English will begin a new

era with Mackenzie Charles

taking over as head coach of the

football program.

St. Mary’s rising senior golfer

Aidan Emmerich, who has been

tearing up the amateur circuit

over the past two summers,

is ready to chase after an individual

state championship this

fall after last year’s tournament

was canceled. He finished third

at the Division 3 individual

championship as a sophomore

in 2019.

On the football side of things,

KIPP is facing one of the most

intriguing seasons in its young

history after graduating more

than 20 seniors from last year’s

squad.

Then there’s a team like

Bishop Fenwick, which rolled

through its shortened season

this past spring and finished

6-0. But the Crusaders are also

replacing 17 seniors, meaning

there will be plenty of new faces

on the field this fall.

There are too many storylines

to go through them all, but

plenty of questions will start to

be answered once teams take the

field on Friday morning.

By Mike Alongi

LYNN — What a summer it

has been for the North Shore

Navigators.

After returning to the New

England Collegiate Baseball

League this summer following a

nine-year hiatus, the Navigators

showed that they truly belong in

one of the premier summer collegiate

leagues in the country.

After an up-and-down regular

season at times, North Shore

caught absolute fire over the

final three weeks of the season

and made a run all the way to

the NECBL Championship

Series before falling to the

Danbury Westerners.

The New England Collegiate

Baseball League is a wooden-bat

college summer league

that fields teams in all six New

England states. Partially funded

by Major League Baseball, the

New England League started

play in 1994 and has sent

over 150 alumni to the Major

Leagues; it has had nearly 100

alumni drafted in each of the

last 10 Major League Baseball

Drafts. The league is now made

up of 14 teams.

North Shore was a charter

member of the NECBL’s inaugural

season dating back to

1994. The Navigators began

their NECBL tenure based out

of Middletown, Conn., and the

organization enjoyed remarkable

success throughout its time

in the New England League

— most notably when it won

three straight NECBL titles as

the Middletown Giants from

1997-99.

From 2012-20, the Navigators

competed in the nine-team

Futures Collegiate Baseball

League (FCBL). The Navs

made it all the way to the FCBL

championship game in 2012 before

losing to the Nashua Silver

Knights.

This summer, the Navs had

plenty of highlights on the

field. First baseman Logan

Bravo blasted a league-leading

14 home runs and was one

of the top power hitters in the

entire league, while pitcher

and Swampscott native Luke

Marshall was named NECBL

Pitcher of the Week two separate

times throughout the year.

For their exploits, Bravo was

named to the All-NECBL Team

and Marshall was named to the

NECBL All-Northern Division

Team. Starting pitcher Jackson

Emus was named to the All-

NECBL Team, while outfielder

Joe Lomuscio and relief pitcher

James Sashin each earned

NECBL All-Northern Division

Team honors.

The Navigators will no doubt

have a busy winter of preparation,

and North Shore will look

to be right in the mix for another

Fay Vincent Sr. Cup once

June 2022 rolls around.

Soccer, other fall sports return to practice

By Mike Alongi

Football and golf got their

start over the weekend, and

Monday morning the rest of the

fall sports got their chance.

With the sports of soccer, field

hockey, volleyball and cross

country all returning to the practice

field throughout the day on

Monday, the high school fall athletic

season has officially begun

in full.

As always, teams are not allowed

to have more than 13

single practice sessions (“double

sessions” count as two single

practice sessions) up to and including

the Friday before Labor

Day (Sept. 3). Double practice

sessions are not permitted on the

first three days of fall practice.

As for the games, those will

begin on Sept. 7.

With so many sports getting

started on the same day, it’s a

little difficult to put a finger on

the sheer number of storylines to

follow throughout the year.

Over in Lynnfield, Brent

Ashley and the Pioneers volleyball

team are getting back on the

court after a dominant season in

the spring that saw them win the

Cape Ann League regular season

title. A few seniors have since

left the program, but star junior

Ella Gizmunt will surely draw

plenty of eyes over the course of

this fall.

With the return of the

“normal” fall sports season also

comes the return of great preseason

traditions in the area. The

Northeastern Conference has a

field hockey jamboree scheduled

for Wednesday at Peabody

High, while volleyball teams

and soccer teams will return to

holding scrimmages. In addition,

season staples such as the

Lynn City Soccer Tournament

will also make their return after

COVID-19 forced them to postpone

last year.

Lynn Classical and Lynn

English will play their first

full schedules inside the

Greater Boston League, while

Masconomet will do the same

inside the NEC. And let’s not

forget, all of the fall sports will

be getting their first state tournament

since the 2019 season.

And it all got started Monday,

when teams across the North

Shore took the field and

began their quest for a state

championship.


AUGUST 26, 2021

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 11

Lynnfield football returns to the practice field

PHOTOS | Spenser Hasak

Lynnfield defensive coordinator Ted Flaherty, second from left, instructs Steve Dreher on where to stand during a play at the first football practice of the season.

Head coach Pat Lamusta looks on during a practice drill on Friday.

Cam Marengi tries to get around a blocker during a drill.

Lynnfield’s Brian Ellis lands a tackle on a bag during the team’s first practice.

Nick Marcinowski makes a diving tackle on a bag during practice.


12

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 AUGUST 26, 2021

Rotary Club presents scholarship

PHOTOS | JAKOB MENEDEZ

Top, Lynnfield Rotary Club

president Jack Moynihan

presented the organization’s

2020 scholarship to Harlee

Priestley, who is studying horticultural

science at UMass

Amherst. Left, Priestley

addressed the attendees afterward.

Right, Moynihan

greeted Post-Pandemic Pool

Raffle winners Andrea Early,

who is a nurse at Exeter

Hospital in New Hampshire.

Replenishing the blood supply

PHOTOS | SPENSER HASAK

Red Cross collection specialist Lily Cheng

checked in on Ben Nelson of Lynn as he

gave blood at St. Maria Goretti Catholic

Church in Lynnfield on Saturday. Bottom

left, the ball is there if the Red Cross specialist

can’t find a vein. If you squeeze

the ball, it raises the veins. Bottom right,

Cheng checked in on Meaghan Roach of

Danvers before beginning the procedure.


AUGUST 26, 2021

Lynnfield briefs

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 13

Angel Fund

walk Sept. 11

The annual Angel Fund Walk of

Hope for ALS will be held on Saturday,

Sept. 11 in Wakefield from 9 a.m.

to 1 p.m.

The 3.5 mile walk around Lake

Quannapowitt will begin at the lower

common by the lake. Monies raised

support The Angel Fund for ALS Research

(Angel Fund, Inc.), an independent

non-profit charity dedicated

to supporting ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease)

investigations at the Cecil B.

Day Laboratory for Neuromuscular

Research at UMass Medical School

in Worcester.

Registration, volunteer and sponsor

tents open at 9 a.m. with the

walk stepping off at 11.

Signage will be provided to teams.

Please email the names of those

you are walking for and a photo of

your loved one and send it to theangelfundals@gmail.com.To

register

online go to The Angel Fund for

ALS Research | An Independent

Non-Profit Charity.

For questions, fundraising information

or additional information call

The Angel Fund at 781-245-7070 or

email TheAngelFundALS@gmail.

com.

Masks will not be required for vaccinated

walkers. Non- vaccinated

participants are encouraged to wear

masks.

Bourque Family

road race

The Fourth Annual Bourque Family

Foundation 7.7K Road Race will

be held at Ferncroft Country Club,

10 Village Road in Middleton on Sunday,

Sept. 26 at 2:30 p.m.

All participants will receive a commemorative

event T-shirt, a race

medal, and a free beer after the race.

The event is limited to those aged 21

and over. Race day check-in opens at

12:30.

The deadline to register for the

race is Sept. 24.

The fee for the 7.7K run is $45 per

person.

The fee for the 5K walk is $35. Participants

may also participate virtually

for a fee of $35.

DINING GUIDE

DIRECTORY

To advertise here,

contact 781-593-7700,

ext. 1355 or email

advertising@itemlive.com

COUNTRY MUSIC

100+ WHISKEYS

SOUTHERN KITCHEN

LATE NIGHT DRINKS

DINE IN • TAKE OUT

We use 100% vegetable oil.

Gluten free dishes are available.

CURBSIDE PICK-UP • ONLINE ORDERING

COCKTAILS TO-GO • DELIVERY

147 SUMMIT ST., PEABODY

978-977-0520 • CAPONESDINING.COM

1 MAIN STREET DOWNTOWN PEABODY

EARLY BIRD SPECIAL

20% OFF YOUR BILL

4PM-6PM DURING THE MONTH OF AUGUST

*VALID ONLY ON FOOD-DOES NOT INCLUDE ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES*

*MUST PRESENT THIS COUPON DURING YOUR VISIT*

FACEBOOK.COM/

STANZYSRANCH

WWW.STANZYS.COM

INSTAGRAM.COM/

STANZYSRANCH

146 Humphrey St., Swampscott • 781-593-3308 • yansbistro.com

WE DELIVER ALL DAY. MINIMUM $15.00 DELIVERY. FUEL CHARGE $2.00 (WITHIN 3 MILES)

Sunday to Thursday: 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. • Friday to Saturday: 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m.

CATERING SERVICES AND GIFT CERTIFICATES AVAILABLE

Join us at Tides for

Beachside Casual

Dining!

Catch the games on our 30 TVs!

FANTASY

ISLAND

At the end of the

Nahant Causeway

2B Wilson Road, Nahant, 01908

www.tidesnahant.com

“Like” Tides Nahant Beach on

Facebook

Try one of our 30 beers on tap!

Phantom Gourmet’s Great 8 Steak & Cheese!

Full Service Lottery & Keno!

Daily Specials!

Check out our NEW Porch & Picnic Seating!

And so much more!!!

CALL US! 781-593-7500

Ext. 1 for Takeout, Ext. 2 for Reservations

Now open indoor

and outdoor dining

ORDER ONLINE AT

www.fantasyislandsalem.com

516 Loring Avenue, Salem

Tel.: (978) 745-1700

Fax: (978) 740-9121

BUY ONE, GET ONE FREE

Chicken or Eggplant Parmigiana

Offer good on Thursdays with this coupon until October 1, 2021

Cannot be combined with any other offer

Route 1 South, Danvers • 978-774-0707 • supinos.com

CHARLIE’S SEAFOOD

188 ESSEX ST., LYNN • 781-595-8953

Since

1961

gifts and treats

edible.com

FREE DELIVERY

On all future orders

Same day delivery $9.99

CURBSIDE

PICK-UP

Peabody, MA | 637 Lowell St. (Big Y Plaza) | 978-536-7010

Lynn, MA | 919 Lynnfield St. (Goodwin Circle) | 781-593-1888

Beverly, MA | 45 Enon St. | 978-927-3120

Marcos Italian Pizzeria

For the lovers of Authentic Italian Pizza!!

Take out or delivery

Online ordering available

marcositalianpizzeria.com

978-304-0652

119 South Main St.

Middleton

trattoria

$10 OFF

Purchase of

2 DINNER Entrees

SUN-THURS ONLY

Must present coupon.

Cannot be combined with

other offers. One coupon

per table. Not valid on

Holidays. Dine-in only.

Expires 8/31 RW

Enjoy our

Outdoor Patio!

Available for

Functions!

Holiday Parties

Communions • Christenings

Graduations • Showers

10% OFF

Your Catered

Function

Please Call & Ask for Kris

Restrictions Apply

Expires 8/31

146 Lowell Street

Wakefield, MA 01880

781-246-7666

www.bellinos.com

Ask about our take-out

catering menu!

Catch up with your

favorite team

in Item Sports!

Serving exceptional food in

a casual and comfortable atmosphere.

31 Lynnfield Street, Peabody

978-531-9730 • thewardhurst.com

call 781-593-7700 ext. 2

to start your

daily subscription.


14

LYNNFIELD

28 BANCROFT ST

$735,000

B: 28 Bancroft St LLC

S: Karen B Mcgarrahan

24-38 BROADWAY U:1

$19,550,000

B: Jay Hirsch Tr, Tr for Lynnfield Plaza

RT

S: Ship Mall LLC

24-38 BROADWAY U:2

$19,550,000

B: Jay Hirsch Tr, Tr for Lynnfield Plaza

RT

S: Ship Mall LLC

7 CANDLEWOOD RD

$1,305,000

B: Alexandra Simonelli & Kunal

Kanjolia

S: Dean Smyrnios & Leanne M

Smyrnios

30 HERITAGE LN

$1,407,000

B: Carlos M Suarez & Laura L Suarez

S: Michele Adan & Phillip Vaccaro Jr

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 AUGUST 26, 2021

Real Estate Transfers

14 NOTTINGHAM RD

$785,000

B: James F Mcdonald Jr

S: Joanna C Dearth & Zachery H

Dearth

7 SMITH FARM TRL

$929,900

B: Joanna C Dearth & Zachary H

Dearth

S: Arline K Wills & Charles B Wills

16 SYLVAN CIR

$610,000

B: Kevin P Marley

S: Sean K Callahan & Patricia A Tracy-

Callahan

20 TOPHET RD

$923,000

B: Christopher Mchattie & Frances

Mchattie

S: Constance G Sakellson

PEABODY

11 ABBY ELLEN LN

$760,000

B: Courtney R Mcdonald & Daniel E

Palmieri

S: Linda Mccabe & Robert Mccabe

158 BARTHOLOMEW ST

$70,000

B: Xiaoxuan Chen

S: Debra A Karamas Ad, Adm for

Karamas John N Est

7 BECKETT ST

$550,000

B: Tyler Lahue & Thi Tran

S: Anthony Paolucci & Shaelyn

Paolucci

1 BRADLEY AVE

$500,000

B: Stephanie L Zizza & Donna Poirier

S: Laureen M Sandler & Linda F

Jeffords

8 CROWNINSHIELD ST U:104

$393,500

B: Mingyue Liu

S: Janice Patz

8 CROWNINSHIELD ST U:407

$312,000

B: Marlene J Monto & Janice A Patz

S: Kathleen E Leonard

36 ESSEX GREEN LN U:C

$408,000

B: Cynthia Mazza

S: Ann Rakip

38 HARRIS ST

$460,000

B: Lissette I Katz

S: Amanda Smola & Gregory Smola

21 HEROLD RD

$630,000

B: Christopher L Freepartner & Kaitlyn

Freepartner

S: Jeanette C Brusick & Thomas S

Page Sr

11 JUDITH RD

$590,000

B: Nicole M Molina & Sebastian

Molina

S: Veera Farhan & Farhan Iftikhar

129 LOWELL ST U:8

$419,000

B: Lawrence Clifford & Sheila Clifford

S: Ismini Hondrou & Predrag

Samardzic

220 LOWELL ST U:C

$391,000

B: Zachary C Michaud

S: Andrea Merryman

160 LYNN ST

$199,000

B: Catherine J Lutz & George C Lutz

S: James Grieco

222 LYNNFIELD ST

$405,000

B: Mary E Reilly

S: Nicolosi John M Est & Imelda

Nicolosi

20 NORFOLK AVE

$745,000

B: Rose Zegarelli

S: Migena Mustafa & Saira Naseer

28 OAK AVE

$410,000

B: Kari A Heggie & Matthew J Heggie

S: Marigeri Parks Tr, Tr for M R Parks RT

3 PROSPECT ST

$602,000

B: Kelly Boltas & Michael Boltas

S: Ikuo Shinzato & Terumi Shinzato

13 WATER ST

$428,000

B: Don Q RE Development LLC &

Saturn Realty Group LLC

S: David T Hallinan Tr, Tr for Hallinan FT

HOME AND BUSINESS SERVICES

The Leonard Co.

Residential Window

& Screen Cleaning

Yard clean-ups

Gutter cleaning

Power Washing

Comp. Clean-outs

Graffiti removal

theleonardco.com

Call 617.512.7849

for a FREE estimate

or email: fondinib@aol.com

If you need it clean,

we’re on the scene...

Paul DeNisco

Mason Contractor

Brick • Block • Stone

Concrete • Tile

978-532-4066

Repairs - Big or Small

CUSTOM PAVING

3rd Generation Paving Contractor

Baystate Paving

and Landscape Design

DRIVEWAYS, WALKWAYS, PARKING LOTS, ROADWAYS

RESURFACING, REPAIRS, SEALCOATING, HARDSCAPES,

RETAINING WALLS, DRAINS, PAVER PATIOS,

ARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPING,

DELIVERY OF LOAM, MULCH, STONE, AND AGGREGATE

Call for free estimates:

978-826-5363

• CARPENTRY • TILE

• PAINTING

978-314-4191

LICENSED & INSURED

amoutsoulashomeimprovementservices.com

Follow us

on Facebook

Selling a house? Buying a house?

Find out what properties recently sold in your area.

Check out the Real Estate page in Saturday’s paper.

Need to find an article?

Subscribe to the e-edition on

• Residential

• Commerical

• Industrial

Serving the North Shore since 1981

ALL PAVING INSTALLED BY

ROAD PAVING MACHINES TO

INSURE UNIFORM SURFACES

=FULLY INSURED=

• Emergency Winter Maintenance

• Parking Lots • Patchwork

• Private Roads • Sealcoating

WEST

PEABODY

(978) 535-8980

(800) 227-1652

www.CustomAsphaltPaving.com

CLEANING/

MAINTENANCE

House and Roof washing services

Pressure Washing Service

Gutter Brighting

Concrete. Stucco. Wood .

Sports Courts / Tennis Courts

Residential and commercial

Northshore Softwash

978-317-1700

NOTICES

MISC.

Lifetime portable and adjustable

basketball hoop in very good condition

with 54 inch backboard. Only a few

years old. Asking $250 or best offer

($600 new). Call Debbie

978-531-9292

Have a story to share?

Need a question answered?

contactus@essexmedia.group


AUGUST 26, 2021

A day on the (mini) links

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 15

PHOTOS | SPENSER HASAK

Above left, Calvin Corbett of Wilmington

rolls a putt through the obstacle on

the 18th hole as his dad, Justin, looks

on during the Putt’er There Boys &

Girls Club of Stoneham and Wakefield

mini-golf fundraiser at MarketStreet

Lynnfield Saturday. Above right, Anna

Szulewski of Wakefield lines up a putt.

Right, Alex Meuse of Wakefield putts

on the 14th hole. Bottom left, Nicholas

Meuse, right, of Wakefield rolls a putt

as Joey Szulewski of Wakefield runs

out of the way. And bottom right, Zayne

Parwani of North Reading looks watches

as his ball goes in the hole.


16

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 AUGUST 26, 2021

The North Shore’s Premier Real Estate Agency

Manchester Offered at $3,990,000

Oceanfront 1994 Shingle-style haven on Singing

Beach in impeccable condition. 4+ bedroom

charmer on 1.5 acres has gracious living inside and

out. Screen porch, patios. Artisan craftsmanship.

Deb Evans

Wenham Offered at $2,975,000

Private 7+ acre sanctuary has custom Shingle-style

home with 5 bedroom suites, 7 baths, chef’s kitchen,

elegant master suite. Office has separate entrance.

3-car garage. Impeccable finishes.

Deb Evans

Swampscott Offered at $1,624,900

Oceanfront with private beach plus panoramic

views: ocean, Boston skyline and spectacular sunsets

from each window, deck, pool! Fireplaced kitchen.

2nd floor great room has wet bar. 3 decks.

Maria Salzillo

Manchester Offered at $989,000

Restored Village Antique near town, train and

Singing Beach. Thoughtful design, original details

and today’s comforts. Custom open eat-in kitchen,

1st floor bedroom suite. Fenced yard, deck.

Tracy Gothie

Gloucester Offered at $964,000

Expanded Cape with 4 beds, 2 full baths, open

kitchen and large family room with cathedral

ceiling and wood stove. Enjoy entertaining in the

large yard with deck, fire pit and garden area.

Ann Olivo & Chris Moore & Rick Marshall

Beverly Offered at $899,000

Maplewood Village! Large 5-bedroom Colonial

has 2 master suites, spacious 1st floor layout with 2

fireplaces, home office, eat-in kitchen & great room.

Covered deck, huge back & side yards.

Abby Guittarr

Magnolia Offered at $775,000

Brand-new condo community - Beauport Shores

in seaside Magnolia near downtown Gloucester &

Manchester Village. 2-bed, 2nd floor, open concept

unit in elevator building. Designer kitchen.

Mary Ciaraldi

Peabody Offered at $724,900

Beautiful classic with charming Victorian era details.

4 spacious bedrooms, 2 full baths and many period

details: high ceilings, gorgeous woodwork, elegant

wainscoting and fireplace mantels.

Daniel Meegan

Commercial

Salem Offered at $710,000

Rarely available mixed-use commercial building

Zoned B1 on Route 114. Corner lot. 3,300 sf has

4 units: 3 commercial at street level and 2-bedroom

residential unit above. Separate utilities.

Daniel Meegan

Peabody Offered at $699,900

Beautiful Center Entrance 3-bedroom Colonial on

dead-end street. Flexible main floor layout, finished

basement, 2-car garage. Large lot has great year with

a huge deck, hot tub and pool.

Daniel McInerney

Ipswich Offered at $619,000

Historic District location for this beautiful movein

ready 3-floor, 3-bedroom condo built in 2003.

Feels like single-family with chef’s kitchen, attached

garage & exclusive outdoor patio.

Binni Hackett & Team

Danvers Offered at $599,900

Single-level living at its finest! Campanelli Ranch

near Danvers Square, Routes 1 & 95. Move-in

ready, 5-bedroom, 3.5-bath home has open floor

plan, stainless-quartz kitchen. Beautiful yard.

The Lopes Group

Gloucester Offered at $565,000

Near Magnolia center and sandy beach. Beautiful

3-bedroom, 2 full bath home on a fenced corner lot

has a sparkling granite-stainless kitchen, hardwood

floors, 4-year-young roof, central air.

Felicia Trupiano

Salem Offered at $559,900

Witchcraft Heights delight! 4-bedroom, 1.5-bath

Colonial with newly installed floors and recently

remodeled kitchen open to dining room, fireplaced

living room. Enjoy year-round fun in yard.

Daniel Meegan

Everett Offered at $549,900

“Great location! Lovely, well-maintained Garrison

Style home has 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths as well as a

large open living-dining room, office and fully

renovated eat-in granite-stainless kitchen.”

Maria Salzillo

Revere Offered at $535,000

Meticulously maintained 3-bedroom Ranch has

many recent updates: roof, central air (3 years),

gas burner, windows. Refinished hardwood floors,

3-season porch, walkup attic, full basement.

Joyce DiLiegro

Salem Offered at $524,900

Beautiful condominium near commuter routes

and downtown with three bedrooms, three

baths. Spacious kitchen with granite countertops,

fireplaced living room and off-street parking.

Daniel Meegan

Ipswich Offered at $499,900

Special “East End” single-family detached,

2-bedroom, 1.5-bath condo has sunny kitchen and

living room, private yard, and garage space plus

room for gym. Near River Walk and train to Boston.

Judy Hanson

Gloucester Offered at at $469,900

Special “East End” single-family detached,

2-bedroom, 1.5-bath condo has sunny kitchen and

living room, private yard, and garage space plus room

for gym. Near River Walk and train to Boston.

Jackelyn Enslow

Peabody Offered at $429,900

Lovingly cared home offers an open floor plan, 3

bedrooms and updated full bath. Large country

kitchen-dining area open to living-family room.

Refinished hardwood floors. In-ground pool.

Kate Fabrizio

100 Cummings Center, Suite 101K • Beverly, MA 01915 • 978.922.3683

J Barrett & Company, LLC supports the principles of both the Fair Housing and the Equal Opportunity Acts.

www.jbarrettrealty.com

More magazines by this user