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IN THE NEWS

Page 2:

Peabody remembers

9/11

ITEM PHOTO | SPENSER HASAK

A woman enters the Ward 4 polling location at Higgins Middle School in Peabody on Tuesday to cast her vote in the

preliminary election.

A PRELIMINARY LOOK

Big hopes, but a small turnout on Election Day

By katelyn sahagian

PEABODY ― Tuesday was preliminary

election night in the city, and residents

from wards 4 and 5 took to the

polls to decide who would go on to the

ballot in the November City Council

primaries.

Polling stations had low turnout for

Wards 4 and 5, but despite the lack of

voters, candidates felt excited to be in

the community and see their supporters

rallying them on.

As of 4:45 p.m. at Ward 5’s polling

location there had only been 566 votes

casted. At 6:30 p.m., only 439 votes

had been cast for Ward 4, not including

votes from Brooksby Village.

In both wards, candidates campaigned

outside their polling locations,

waiting to see the results.

“I’m hoping for a good night.” said

Dave Gamache, a candidate for councilor

of Ward 5, while

he was campaigning outside Veterans

Memorial High School.

Gamache served for 24 years as

councilor for Ward 5 before he took

a break. Now that he is retiring from

his full-time job, he hopes to be elected

once again.

“I’m feeling overly optimistic,”

Gamache said.

Julie Daigle, candidate for Ward 4

councilor, said that she felt strange

going into the polls and seeing her own

name on the ballot.

“It’s my first time doing this so it

was a little weird voting for myself,”

Daigle said.

Daigle worked for Peabody City

Hall as its first business liaison before

moving to the Chamber of Commerce,

where she served as director. Daigle

said that she always felt she would come

back to City Hall and hopes that this

will be that time. She is facing opposition

from incumbent Ed Charest and

newcomer John Salisbury-Rowswell.

Matt Molk, Ward 5 candidate, said

that he was happy to have thrown his

hat in the ring, challenging Gamache

and incumbent Joel Saslaw.

“No matter what happens this was

a great experience and I have no regrets,”

Molk said

Molk is currently the director of a

family owned technology company

in Peabody and runs Peabody Access

Television. This is the first time he has

ever run for elected office.

“I’ll look at all the numbers,” Ed

Charest, the incumbent from Ward 4

said about his plan for after the election

if he makes the cut. “It’ll help me come

up with my next strategy.”

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Peabody City Council

postpones vote to amend

Olio’s operating hours on

Main Street

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PHOTO | SPENSER HASAK

Members of the Peabody Police Department stand at attention during a ceremony to commemorate those lost during the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

Peabody remembers 9/11

By Anne MArie ToBin

Residents turned out in droves

Saturday as the city observed the

20th anniversary of the Sept. 11,

2001 terrorist attacks with three

separate ceremonies.

The day started with a Police

Department ceremony at

the Sept. 11 Memorial Park on

Grandview Avenue where residents

N. Janis Lasden and Donald

DiTullio and Peabody native

Christine Barbuto were remembered.

The three were aboard American

Airlines Flight 11 when it

was hijacked and crashed into

the north tower of the World

Trade Center in New York. Lasden

and DiTullio were on their

way to Los Angeles for a vacation

while Barbuto, a buyer for

the TJX Companies, was on a

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“It’s been a tradition every

year since they built the memorial,”

said Police Chief Thomas

Griffin. “Unfortunately three

wonderful people in our city

were lost tragically onboard that

flight. I prefer to have people

think of the wonderful lives they

led rather than the tragedy that

was. If we do that, their memories

will last. Cowardly terrorism

never succeeds.”

About an hour later, the Fire

Department held a ceremony at

the Peabody Safety Memorial on

Perkins Street across from Emerson

Park. The ceremony included

transmissions of the last

alarm and a moment of silence.

Police Capt. Dennis Bonauito

read the Policeman’s Prayer.

Fire Lt. Ryan Gill read the Fireman’s

Prayer.

Fire Chief Joseph Daly said

that approximately 450 public

safety personnel lost their lives

as a result of the 9/11 attacks, but

“there was no shortage of courage

that day.

“Courage can be defined as

taking action when facing peril

or death and that’s what happened

that day,” he said. “Every

individual who lost their lives

deserves our respect and tribute

and remembrance. Please, never

forget.”

Mayor Edward A. Bettencourt

Jr. said Saturday was an

important day for everyone,

referring to the 2001 attacks as

“cowardly.”

“Even as these years have

passed, we still experience the

emotion and heartbreak for thousands

of lost lives, including two

of our own residents, Christine

and Janis,” he said. “I still hold

tight to the remarkable courage

and touching compassion and

incredible strength we witnessed

from our public safety officers

― the police officers, the firefighters,

the EMTs and the everyday

citizens that serve to inspire

me and the entire country.

“It’s fitting that we gather at

this beautiful Peabody Public

Safety Memorial to honor bravery

and pay our respects to those

victims of that terrible day.”

State Rep. Tom Walsh said

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9/11 more than police officers,

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who tried to save as many lives

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“We should forever remember

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on how we as a country always

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this that puts a name and a face

together and we cannot forget.”

Griffin gave the closing remarks,

saying, “I am not surprised

we have a large crowd

here today as Peabody is a great

city that has always supported

its public-safety officers. I thank

every one of the outstanding

men and women who work in

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The final observance was

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of the school community at

the Christine Barbuto Memorial

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“It was an absolutely fitting

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Peabody City Council postpones vote to

amend Olio’s operating hours on Main Street

BY KATELYN SAHAGIAN

Tensions were high during

a Thursday meeting of the City

Council, which ran past midnight

Friday as the council considered

whether to amend event

venue Olio’s special permit.

No decisions were made; the

council voted to continue the

public hearing on the matter for

two weeks.

“It was clear to anyone watching

that the majority of councilors

came into the public hearing

yesterday having already decided

how they would vote on our

application,” said Sarah Narcus,

who co-owns Olio with her

mother, Ellen Basch. “This is

extremely unfortunate, as we are

just looking for our chance at a

fair hearing.

“We heard (Thursday) night

the overwhelming support for

our amended conditions. Speaking

on our behalf were the mayor,

the Chamber (of Commerce),

the city’s senior planner, and the

immediate past president of the

Chamber, amongst many others,”

Narcus added. “Included in

the meeting packet were letters

of support from many neighboring

businesses and Peabody residents.

In opposition, there was

just a single abutter: the ward

councilor who lives behind us.”

Before Narcus spoke, a lawyer

representing Mills 58 owner

Ed Greeley and the Bell Inn &

Tavern tried to present new information

on the hotel’s special

permit. Because a large portion

of the documents were submitted

earlier in the day, the councilors

voted to have a continuance

so Greeley could submit his

documents properly.

Councilors heard from Narcus,

who was requesting to

amend the hours of operation

for her luxury event business located

at 43 Main St. in the heart

of downtown Peabody. Formerly

the Strand Theater, Narcus

opened Olio in the spring of

2019 and has been operating the

business under the 17 conditions

stipulated by the council in its

current special permit.

Narcus said her main issue

with those conditions is that they

are extremely confusing, particularly

when it comes to restrictions

on times she can start and

end events, when she can use the

parking lot behind her building,

and when she is able to set up

and break down different events.

“Conditions on our permit

are cumbersome, confusing and

limiting us,” Narcus said when

addressing the council. “We are

standing here trying to build

some success in spite of the incredible

odds before us. I’m just

trying to simplify so I can fulfill

the commitment to this council.”

City Councilor Peter McGinn

recused himself from the vote,

citing that because his property

is next to Olio’s, he could not

be an impartial member of the

council. Despite his recusal, he

still had a lawyer speak on his

behalf. His wife, Jeannette, was

the only resident who spoke in

opposition to Olio, citing the

disruption it could bring to the

residential neighborhood behind

the business.

Because Olio is an event

space, it requires people to bring

their own tables, chairs, decorations,

and anything else they

need to make their event special.

Narcus said that it takes approximately

an hour to an hour and a

half to break down or set up each

event.

McGinn’s attorney, David

Harris, said that extending hours

of operation to 10:30 p.m. on

weeknights and Sunday could

lead to an event’s breakdown

going until midnight.

“We’re not in opposition

to this. We’re trying to make

a positive step to allow this to

happen,” said Harris. “I have no

problem with what Sarah wants

to do. It shouldn’t be changed

to create the situation that I’m

pointing out to you right now. “

Close to a dozen business

owners and individuals, including

Mayor Edward A. Bettencourt

Jr. and Ward 4 Councilor

candidate Julie Daigle, spoke in

support of Olio’s request.

“It’s a true blessing we have a

main street that is a mixed development

in business and residential.

We want to help businesses

and support quality of life,”

said Bettencourt. “Hopefully

a healthy balance between our

business and residential communities

can be struck.”

“What happens tonight sets

the tone of how businesses will

be treated,” Daigle said. “We

should welcome any opportunity

to keep business in the city. This

is a score for Peabody.”

Councilors-at-Large Tom

Gould and Jon Turco both

PHOTO | SPENSER HASAK

Sarah Narcus stands in Olio, a 6,000-square-foot event space which she co-owns with her mother

Ellen Basch, on Main Street in Peabody.

spoke strongly against the new

hours. Turco went point by point

through 14 of the conditions

and stated his reasons why they

should remain the same. He told

Narcus that these conditions are

why she’s seeing so much success.

“You have to stick with the

original plan,” Turco said. “You

said you have a perfect track record,

and I think that’s because

you have the conditions you

have.”

Gould agreed with Turco,

adding that this plan works best

for the community and that the

councilors should be thinking

about how the neighborhood behind

Olio feels.

“The bottom line to me,

10:30 on Sunday through Thursday

with an extra hour and a half

to move everything out is just

asking for trouble,” Gould said.

“It’s asking for people to turn on

you.”

Narcus said Olio has only

had one noise complaint made

during its entire operation. That

one complaint came from Mc-

Ginn, a fact pointed out not only

by Narcus, but also by Councilor-at-Large

Anne Manning-Martin

and Ward 4 Councilor Joel

Saslaw.

“She was entitled to a fair

hearing and in my opinion

she didn’t get one,” said Manning-Martin.

“These women

came to us begging for help after

18 months of the pandemic. Instead,

she was scolded and treated

like a little girl who needed to

be taught a lesson.”

Saslaw agreed with Manning-Martin

that Narcus didn’t

get a fair hearing and the hearing

failed to discuss what was best

for Olio and negotiate a way forward.

Instead, the hearing was

used to push Narcus into a corner

and force her to live with the

conditions she initially signed.

“One resident spoke against

it. The City Council wrote 17

conditions. I’m livid. I’m embarrassed,”

Saslaw said. “We

shouldn’t be an obstructive

body. People talk about balance

but there was no balance tonight.”

Narcus said she hopes for

a better result the second time

around.

“I hope that gives the council

time to reconsider their positions,

ask me any questions that

they have, and work with me on

a compromise,” she said.


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Police Log

MONDAY 9/06

Arrests

Francisco J. Morales, 48, of

47 Whiting St., Apt. 3, Lynn, was

arrested and charged with two

counts of larceny under $1,200,

two counts of receiving an improper

credit card under $1,200,

larceny from a person, attempted

larceny, and on warrants at 6:06

p.m. Monday.

Accidents

A report of a motor vehicle crash

with injury at 7:01 p.m. Monday

at 67 Lynnfield St. The involved

motorcycle operator was taken to

Massachusetts General Hospital.

Breaking and Entering

20

A motor vehicle breaking and

entering was reported at 9 a.m.

Monday at Lucky Dogs at 6

Bourbon St.

Theft

A larceny was reported at 1:22

p.m. Monday on Perkins Street.

A woman walked into the station

to report her political signs were

stolen. She did not want charges

pressed against the juveniles.

A report of a larceny at 6:06

p.m. Monday at Brooks Brothers at

210B Andover St. A caller reported

someone stole her debit card and

spent $3,000. A 48-year-old man

was arrested (see arrests).

Vandalism

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A report of vandalism at 9:58

a.m. Monday at 35 Griffin Road.

A caller reported someone spread

mustard and a can of beans on her

car and garage. The woman was

advised by police to wash off the

debris. No damage was done and

random kids may be to blame.

Vandalism was reported at 10:31

a.m. Monday at 29 Kosciusko St. A

caller reported rocks were thrown

at her vehicle overnight.

At 3:09 p.m. Monday, a caller reported

damage to his house at 31

Central St.

A vandalized bike was reported

at 8:17 p.m. Monday at 7 Oak St.

TUESDAY 9/07

Arrests

Denise A. Bettinger, 47, of 111

Foster St., Apt. 212, was arrested

and charged with assault and battery

on a person 60-plus/disabled

at 2:58 p.m. Tuesday.

Michael W. Brennan, 50, of 6

Ledgewood Way, Apt. 3, was arrested

and charged with OUI-drugs

at 3:25 p.m. Tuesday.

Accidents

A report of a motor vehicle

crash at 10:19 a.m. Tuesday at

Chase Bank at 210C Andover St.

One person was taken to Beverly

Hospital.

A motor vehicle crash was reported

at 11:47 a.m. Tuesday at 74

County St. and 84 Lynnfield St.; at

12:36 p.m. Tuesday at 363 Lowell

St. and 2 Prospect St.; at 6:14 p.m.

Tuesday at 24 Driscoll St.

A report of a motor vehicle crash

with injury at 5:28 p.m. Tuesday at

124 Tremont St. A car crash into a

pole was reported.

A report of a hit-and-run motor

vehicle crash at 5:37 p.m. Tuesday

at 1 Felton St.

Assaults

A report of an assault with a

dangerous weapon at 12:48 p.m.

Tuesday at 6 Cosmos Drive. A

caller reported his daughter was

pointing a knife at him. Meagan

Shea, 29, of 6 Cosmos Drive, was

issued a summons for assault with

a dangerous weapon and threatening

to commit a crime.

A report of an assault at 2:58

p.m. Tuesday at Ahepa Penelope

No. 120 at 98 Central St. A caller

reported his mother and her caretaker

were physically fighting in

an apartment. The caller said his

mother was on the ground and

the caretaker was pulling her

hair. The caretaker, a 47-year-old

woman, was placed in custody

(see arrests).

Breaking and Entering

A report of a breaking and entering

at 7:41 p.m. Tuesday at 18

Greenwood Road. A caller reported

an ex-tenant broke into the home.

Fire

A report of a dumpster fire at

6:58 p.m. Tuesday at 9 Esquire

Circle. It was extinguished by the

fire department.

Vandalism

A report of vandalism at 9:51

a.m. Tuesday at 4 Overlea Ave. A

caller reported vandalism to his

yard and car. Police reported there

were hot dogs in the shape of a

cross placed on the driver’s side

door handle of the caller’s car and

his girlfriend’s car. Both vehicles

were parked in the driveway at the

time.

At 1:42 p.m. Tuesday, a caller

reported she was witnessing three

juveniles vandalizing the picnic

table at Connolly Park on Dark

Lane. DPW was asked to pick up

the broken table.

Vandalism was reported at 6:26

p.m. Tuesday at Welch School at 50

Swampscott Ave. A caller reported

several juveniles were destroying

property on school grounds. Police

reported the call was unfounded.

WEDNESDAY 9/08

Arrests

Joseph Tyler Marchetti, 24,

of 7 Central St., Apt. 301, was arrested

on a warrant at 9:43 a.m.

Wednesday.

Patty A. Martello, 66, of 32 Quail

Road, was arrested and charged

with OUI-liquor and marked lanes

violation at 4:42 p.m. Wednesday.

Michael Silva, 47, of 3

Newcastle Road, was arrested and

charged with speeding and on a

warrant at 11:06 p.m. Wednesday.

Accidents

A report of a motor vehicle crash

involving a pedestrian at 10:38

a.m. Wednesday at 4 Glen Road. A

caller reported a trash worker’s foot

was run over by a trash truck. The

man was taken to Massachusetts

General Hospital.

A report of a motor vehicle

crash at 3:55 p.m. Wednesday

at 40 Pulaski St.; at 4:54 p.m.

Wednesday at 3 First Ave.; at 5:43

p.m. Wednesday at 17 Aborn St.

and 2 Sutton St.

Assaults

A report of an assault at 5:51

p.m. Wednesday on First Avenue.

Complaints

A report of a road rage incident

at 11:06 p.m. Wednesday at

9 Sprague St. A caller reported a

man on a motorcycle was “chasing

down” a woman in a tan SUV. A

47-year-old man was arrested (see

arrests). The woman involved said

she had left the Portuguese club

after an argument, but did not want

police involvement.

Theft

A report of a larceny at 2:05 p.m.

Wednesday at CVS at 535 Lowell

St.

A larceny was reported at

8:10 p.m. Wednesday at Welch

School at 50 Swampscott Ave.

A person walked into the station

to report their daughter’s school

Chromebook was stolen.

Vandalism

A report of vandalism at 4:12

p.m. Wednesday at Homewood

Suites at 57 Newbury St. A manager

reported vandalism to a room

in the hotel. Shayna P. Linnane, 34,

of 16 Redberry Lane, was issued a

summons for malicious destruction

of property over $1,200.

FRIDAY 9/10

Accidents

A report of a motor vehicle crash

with injury at 3:31 p.m. Friday at

660 Lowell St. and 4 Lake St. The

driver was taken to Lahey Hospital.

A report of a motor vehicle crash

at 5:38 p.m. Friday at 2 Summit

St. and 326 Lowell St.; at 5:55

p.m. Friday at 363 Lowell St. and

2 Prospect St.

SATURDAY 9/11

Accidents

A report of a motor vehicle crash

at 11:05 a.m. Saturday at 525

Lowell St.; at 11:08 a.m. Saturday

at 56 Washington St. and 5 Aborn

St.; at 11:12 a.m. Saturday at 22

Sutton St.; at 4:40 p.m. Saturday at

Maki Sushi Bar, Inc. at 43 Main St.

A report of a hit-and-run motor

vehicle crash at 12:04 p.m.

Saturday at 18 Ashford Trail; at

8:54 a.m. Sunday at Domino’s

Pizza at 1 Andover St.

A motor vehicle crash with injury

was reported at 11:47 p.m.

Saturday at Paddy Kellys at 154

Washington St.

Complaints

A report of a suspicious motor

vehicle at 1:02 p.m. Saturday

at Jacobs and Stevens streets.

Several callers reported a white

pickup truck with a derogatory flag

about the president. The caller said

the driver was using a bullhorn to

swear at people in the area. Police

reported the person was gone

upon arrival.

SUNDAY 9/12

Accidents

A report of a motor vehicle

crash at 12 p.m. Sunday at 243

Washington St. and 1 Allens Lane;

at 2:59 p.m. Sunday at 178 Lowell

St. and 3 Orchard St.

Complaints

A report of suspicious activity

at 8:09 p.m. Sunday at Peabody

Schools at 9 Margin St. A caller

reported kids were flashing lights

on the tombstones. An officer reported

the group was a family visiting

a grave site.

Vandalism

A report of vandalism at 1:40

p.m. Sunday at 36 ½ Lynn St. A

caller reported a vehicle hit his

pole. Police reported the person

paid restitution.

MONDAY 9/13

Arrests

Jenelle Nicole Mansfield, 27,

of 4 Downing Road, was arrested

on warrants and charged with two

counts of operating a motor vehicle

with a suspended license and

two counts of speeding at 11:18

a.m. Monday.

Breaking and Entering

A report of a breaking and entering

at 12:03 p.m. Monday at 6

Crowninshield St. A caller reported

a woman was trying to break in

through the air conditioner.

Complaints

A report of a neighborhood dispute

at 9:15 a.m. Monday at 11

Birchwood Ave. A caller reported

her neighbor had been draining his

pool into her yard. The caller said

the health department had told him

to stop, but he was continuing to

do it.


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Autism

Awareness

Fundraiser

For The Weekly NeWs

The 5th Annual Autism

Awareness Sip and Shop fundraiser

will be held on Thursday,

Oct. 14 from 6-9 p.m. at Peabody’s

Black Box Theater, 22

Foster St.

The event was originally

scheduled to be held last spring,

but was pushed back due to the

pandemic.

“We decided to move this to

October as we were hoping that

most people would be vaccinated

by that time and willing to go

out and shop,” said Black Box

Event Manager Lisa Geczi. “In

theory, this should have been the

6th annual event but we missed

our 5th annual event due to the

pandemic. I didn’t want to skip

the fifth one, so we will be offering

a virtual shopping event

sometime in the future.”

One hundred percent of the

proceeds of this event will be

donated to the Northeast Arc

Autism Support Center (ASC).

The event is being organized

by Sugar Me Sweets Events of

Danvers and ASC. There is no

charge for general admission.

VIP admission is $5, which allows

early access at 5:30 p.m.

DJ Scott Sica will be on

hand to provide the music with

special uplighting displayed for

the occasion. The concession

stand will have a cash bar and

snacks will be available for purchase.

Several local artisans and

vendors will be on hand. Raffle

tickets will be available to win

prizes donated by supporters of

the Black Box and ASC. Several

ASC representatives will be on

hand to share information about

Northeast Arc and ASC.

To learn more about the

event, visit the Black Box’s website

at www.ne-arc..org/blackbox-events.org/

or Sugar Me

Sweet Events’s website at www.

sugarmesweetevents.com


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WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 SEPTEMBER 16, 2021

Religious News

All Saints Episcopal Church

of the North Shore

Good morning and thank you!

All Saints Episcopal Church of

the North Shore in Danvers has

in-person worship, as well as

Zoom opportunities on Sunday

mornings and throughout the

week. Our webpage is https://

allsaintsepiscopalnorthshore.

org/, and we are also on Facebook,

Twitter and Instagram.

In-person Worship

Join us for our modified service

of the Holy Eucharist at

8:30 Sunday mornings, with

COVID-19 safety protocols in

place. Advanced registration is

required (call the church at 978-

774-1150).

Outreach

Join us on the third Sunday

of each month as we prepare 40-

50 bagged lunches for the food

insecure in Peabody. Contact the

church office (978-774-1150) if

you would like to donate food or

help prepare the lunches.

We also have the following

Zoom services and fellowship

opportunities:

Worship on Sundays at 10

a.m.

https://zoom.us/j/134596872

Meeting ID: 134 596 872

Phone: 929-205-6099

Coffee hour on Tuesdays at

10 a.m.

https://zoom.us/j/201985541

Meeting ID: 201 985 541

Phone: + 1 929 205 6099

Frank Time Discussion on

the second Wednesdays of each

month at 5:15 pm

https://us02web.zoom.

us/j/85499949543

Meeting ID: 854 9994 9543

Phone: +1 929 205 6099

Morning Prayer on Fridays at

8:30 a.m.

h t t p s : / / z o o m .

us/j/96760775904

Meeting ID: 967 6077 5904

Phone: +1 929 205 6099 US

Perfect Paws Pet Ministry,

the third Sunday of each month

at 5 p.m

https://zoom.us/

j/990855545?pwd=YVN4bzFhOEpLZkY3Y1dxQkt2OTJMdz09

Meeting ID: 990 855 545

Password: Saintfranc

Parish office: Call 978-774-

1150 or email allstoffice@

gmail.com

Peace,

Michelle Behling, Parish Administrator

Carmelite Chapel

Carmelite Chapel in the

Northshore Mall

Holy Mass:

Monday through Friday:

Noon and 3 p.m.

Saturday: Noon, 4 and 5:30

p.m.

Sunday: Noon

Confession:

Monday through Friday

11-11:45 a.m. and 2-2:45

p.m.

Saturday

11-11:45 a.m. and 2:45-3:45

p.m.

Gift Shop

Open Monday through Saturday:

11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Phone: 978-531-8340

Congregation Tifereth Israel

Congregation Tifereth Israel,

8 Pierpont St., Peabody, will be

open for High Holiday services

in person. Rosh Hashanah,

Tuesday, Sept. 7, and Wednesday,

Sept. 8, at 9:30 AM. Yom

Kippur, Wednesday, Sept. 15, at

7:30 PM, and Thursday, Sept.

16, at 9:30 AM. All services will

also be available through Zoom

and a link will be emailed to all

members.

Congregation Tifereth Israel

8 Pierpont Street

Peabody, MA 01960

Tel. 978.531.8135

web: www.ctipeabody.org

North Shore Baptist Church

706 Lowell St., W. Peabody

Sharing God’s Truth for

Life’s Transitions

Small Group Worship & Bible

Study (in-person) - 10:30

a.m. Sundays. For info, prayer or

help, contact us at 978-535-6186

or office@northshorebaptistchurch.org.

St. Clare of Assisi

(non-Roman)

Our Parish family welcomes

everyone. We are not here to

condemn, criticize, or judge

you. Rather, we want to offer

our love, our support, and our

prayers for you. Your presence is

an important part of our celebration

of the Mass and when you

are not here, you are missed!

The Rev. Fr. Mike Otero-Otero,

O.S.F.

978-804-2250

www.stclarepeabody.org

Holy Mass: Saturdays at 3

p.m.

St. Clare Mission (feeding

the hungry)

Saturdays at 11 a.m.-1 p.m.

Mission Outreach Services

(Homelessness Outreach)

Call Jill at 267-481-5725.

Al-Anon Meetings

Find us at:

https://alanonma.org/.

St. John Lutheran Church

Worship: 9:30 a.m., Sunday,

in-person and on Zoom

Bible Study: 11 a.m.

22 Ellsworth Road, Peabody

Website: https://stjohnpeabody.org

Church phone: 978-531-1731

Pastor: The Rev. Charles N.

Stevenson

Email: stjohnpastor@earthlink.net

For the Zoom link, please

email the pastor.

Temple Ner Tamid

Service Times

Sunday to Thursday: 7 p.m.

Friday: 8 p.m.

Saturday: 9:30 a.m.

Holidays as published.

Join Us Online.

Services and all other programs

are being held virtually

using Zoom, Facebook and

YouTube

Rabbi Richard Perlman

Associate Rabbi Bernie

Horowitz

Visit our website

www.templenertamid.org

Contact office

978-532-1293

office@templenertamid.org

368 Lowell St.

Peabody, Mass.

Temple Tiferet Shalom

Services and all other programs

are being held virtually

via Zoom and StreamSpot.

Services Friday evenings at

7:30 p.m. and Saturday mornings

at 9:30 a.m.

Rabbi David Kudan

Music Director Bryna Toder

Tabasky

Prayer Leader Gary Gillette

489 Lowell St.

Peabody, Mass

978-535-2100

www.templetiferetshalom.

org

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Peabody Historical

Society events

From The Peabody

hisTorical socieTy

“Boston on Fire: A History

of Fires and Firefighting in

Boston:” Journalist Stephanie

Schorow is the featured speaker.

Fires have shaped Boston

since its founding on a narrow

peninsula in 1630. Schorow

tells the dramatic tales of seventeenth-century

fires (which were

viewed as signs of God’s wrath),

the 1834 Ursuline convent fire,

the Great Fire of 1872, the Chelsea

conflagrations of 1908 and

1973, the tragic Cocoanut Grove

nightclub fire of 1942, the Vendome

Hotel collapse that killed

nine firefighters in 1972 and an

arson ring that terrorized the city

in the 1980s. In her book of the

same name, there are also chapters

devoted to two key Boston

innovations: the Hunneman fire

engine and the citywide fire

alarm system (first in the nation)

developed by William Francis

Channing and Moses Farmer.

There is no charge to participate,

thanks to a grant from the Bridge

Street Fund, a special initiative

of Mass Humanities. To register,

go to https://peabodyhistorical.

org/programs-exhibits/.

On Wednesday, October 13th

at 1pm, historian Alan Pierce

presents “The Jewish History of

Peabody.” We hope this lecture

will be in-person, but stay tuned!

This lecture is separate from the

Bridge Street series.

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Each Monday afternoon,

school aged children are invited

to complete a fun craft in the

main library’s courtyard. Guided

crafts will be provided to all

who register in advance, but participants

are welcome to use our

free craft materials to create their

own individual masterpiece, too.

Stop by anytime between 3:00

and 4:30 p.m. to join us!

This event is open to all

school aged children. In case

of inclement weather, this event

may be canceled or postponed.

This program is free and open to

the public, but space and materials

are limited and registration is

required. To reserve your child’s

spot or to learn more about this

event, please visit our online

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WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 SEPTEMBER 16, 2021

Fleet joins Board of Health

By Tréa lavery

Dr. Geoffrey A. Talbot, 87

11/15/1933 - 5/27/2021

MELROSE - Dr. Geoffrey A. Talbot,

87, of Lynnfield, died on Thursday

May 27, 2021 at Melrose-Wakefield

Hospital, following a brief illness.

Dr. Talbot spent his last days

in the very hospital that not too

long ago celebrated his 50 plus

years being on the staff. Dr. Talbot

will not only be remembered as a

skilled urologist, but as a truly generous

and caring individual who

always tried to offer his help. From

his time as a doctor in the Navy

aboard the USS Wasp, to a urology

practice in Melrose and Stoneham

that spanned half a century, he

never lost the desire to try to help

others. Dr. Talbot is survived by his

three sons Alan, Christopher and

Chandler as well as his first wife

Jeanne and second wife Sharon.

Class of 1970 to hold

50(plus one)-year

reunion

By sam miNToN

It's an event that, for the Peabody

High School Class of 1970,

has been a long time coming.

After the COVID-19 pandemic

canceled their 50th anniversary,

the Class of 1970 will

finally be able to hold a reunion

on Sept. 25, from 7 p.m. to midnight

at Teresa's Function Hall,

20 Elm St., in North Reading.

Joyce Cucchiara is a graduate

of the class and has stayed in

Peabody her entire life. She said

that the group planning the event

is very excited to be holding the

event after being forced to wait

a year.

"None of us gave up, and

right now to this date we have

108 people coming and we are

doing pretty good," she said.

This isn't your normal highschool

class either. In 1969, the

Class of '70 was able to witness

the Tanners win the Class A

Championship in football. The

football players and cheerleaders

were honored by the school

at a ceremony two years ago to

celebrate the championship's

own 50th anniversary.

Cucchiara believes that part

of the reason that the class has

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stayed so close after all these

years is the success of the football

team.

"We had great sports and, let's

face it, I think the camaraderie of

the sports brought us closer together,"

she said.

After an intervening year of

pandemic-induced protocols,

those who planned the reunion

will have plenty of hand sanitizer

on deck, while masks will be

optional for participants.

Especially with the pandemic

not allowing for people to come

together, Cucchiara, a longtime

Peabody resident, said this event

was highly anticipated.

"Everybody is dying to be

back together again," she said.

"This is something that, after 50

years, we felt like we wanted to

have. We didn't want to pass up

on this."

People as far as California

and Florida are coming to attend

the reunion, which is yet another

testament to how close the class

is. Cucchiara also added that she

still sees her high school buddies

around town.

Tickets are $60.00 per person.

For more information,

email mdgargas@aol.com

A TRADITION OF TRUST, CARING & PROFESSIONAL SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY SINCE 1952

The Peabody Board of Health

has a new member: osteopathic

physician Julia Fleet.

Fleet, who went to medical

school at the University of New

England College of Osteopathic

Medicine in Biddeford, Maine,

was appointed by City Council

last month. She will join board

Chair Thomas Durkin and Anthony

Carli on the board.

"I'm really excited to join the

group," she said. "I couldn't be

more impressed with everybody

that I've met."

Fleet began her career by

completing a residency in family

practice at UMass Memorial

Hospital in Worcester, then

spent another year working in

Pittsfield. She spent time working

in urgent care, but said that

now, she has mostly transitioned

to telemedicine.

In May, she was helping administer

COVID-19 vaccines

at the Senior Center when she

met Sharon Cameron, Peabody's

health director. Cameron told

her that former member Dr.

Leigh Ann Mansberger would

be stepping away from her position,

and that the board is mandated

to have a member who is

a physician.

At first, Fleet wasn't sure

about the idea of joining, because

she had never done anything

like it before. Eventually,

though, she came around to the

Peabody residents set to

participate in Jimmy Fund Walk

For The Weekly NeWs

Seven residents from Peabody

will choose their own

routes on October 3 for the Boston

Marathon® Jimmy Fund

Walk: Your Way presented by

Hyundai. Participants are encouraged

to “Walk Your Way”

from wherever they are most

comfortable—whether that be

from their neighborhood, favorite

trail, or from a treadmill in

their own home.

Gianna Anzalone, Lindsay

Huntoon, Janis Marshall, Emily

Marshall, Mandi McLaughlin,

Christine O’Brien, and Martha

Theriault, along with thousands

of other walkers, will participate

in virtual programming during

the Walk that aims to recreate

PHOTO | JULIA FLEET

Julia Fleet comes to the Board of Health from UMass Memorial

Hospital in Worcester.

the most inspiring elements of

Walk day. While the event will

not physically bring walkers together

along the famed Boston

Marathon course, it will unite

the community to raise funds

to support all forms of adult

and pediatric care and cancer

research at the nation’s premier

cancer center, Dana-Farber

Cancer Institute. The event has

raised more than $150 million

for Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

in its 30+ year history.

This year’s event will have a

lower fundraising requirement,

$100 for adults and $25 for those

under 18, with a $5 registration

fee. All registered walkers will

receive a bib and medal and the

first 5,000 to register will receive

a Jimmy Fund Walk T-shirt.

idea.

"My grandfather, who has

since passed away, was very involved

in various planning committees

in Haverhill and served

on the board for nursing home

registration," she said. "He was

very involved, and I thought,

how wonderful is that ― to be

involved and serve."

Fleet said that she is looking

forward to helping the board

continue to deal with the pandemic,

encouraging everyone to

get vaccinated and continue to

wear masks. She also said that

she is excited about the environmental

aspect of working on

the board, helping the city make

decisions that are climate-conscious.

"Dr. Mansberger has really

big shoes to fill, but I think I'm

up for the task and I'm looking

forward to it," she said.

Funds raised from the Jimmy

Fund Walk support all forms of

adult and pediatric patient care

and cancer research at the nation’s

premier cancer center,

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.

The Boston Athletic Association

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Walk since 1989, and Hyundai

has been the presenting sponsor

since 2002.

To register to walk (#Jimmy-

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Sports

PHOTO | SPENSER HASAK

Bishop Fenwick’s Connor Cunningham scored a team-high 33

points in a win over St. Mary’s last Tuesday.

Bishop Fenwick tops St.

Mary’s in rivalry match

FILE PHOTO | SPENSER HASAK

Peabody quarterback Shea Lynch threw for 254 yards and a career-high four touchdowns in a

win over Revere Friday night.

Peabody and Bishop Fenwick

score wins to open the season

FOOTBALL

By Mike Alongi

Behind a big offensive effort

from quarterback Shea Lynch

and receiver Danny Barrett, the

Peabody football team kicked

off its season with a 28-7 win

over Revere in a non-conference

bout on the road at Harry

Della Russo Stadium Friday

night.

Lynch passed for 254 yards

and a career-high four touchdowns

in the win, while

Barrett had 186 receiving yards

and three touchdowns. Eli

Batista caught the other Lynch

touchdown pass, a 24-yard

connection.

Peabody (1-0) hosts

Masconomet Friday (7).

The lone touchdown from

Revere came early in the fourth

quarter, when Davi Barretto

scored on a three-yard rush.

Revere (0-1) plays on the

road at Chelsea Friday (6).

Bishop Fenwick 35,

South Hadley 14

Bishop Fenwick opened up

its 2021 season in a big way,

notching a blowout win over

South Hadley at Donaldson

Stadium Friday night.

Chris Faraca had five receptions

for 103 yards and two

touchdowns in the win for the

Crusaders, while Costa Beechin,

Troy Irizarry and Jacob Vargus

each rushed for a touchdown.

Steven Woods completed 10-

of-11 passes for 164 yards and

three touchdowns to lead the

offense.

Fenwick (1-0) travels to

Arlington Catholic next

Saturday (6).

GOLF

By Mike Alongi

Last Tuesday’s bout between

the Bishop Fenwick and St.

Mary’s golf teams was about

as close as it could get, with the

match eventually needing to be

decided by a tiebreaker.

After the two teams remained

tied 137-137 with the top seven

scores counted, the tiebreaking

eighth player — Fenwick’s

Mike Carter — beat his opponent

13-11 to give the Crusaders

a 150-148 victory at Gannon

Municipal Golf Course.

“This was probably our best

week of preparation for a match

that I can remember,” said

Fenwick coach Jim McHugh.

“Our guys were ready, they

played well and they just kept

fighting. It was a back-andforth

match the whole way and

we made our share of mistakes,

but we still played well enough

to win.”

Fenwick team captains

Connor Cunningham and Tony

Novack both had big days on

the course, with Cunningham

taking home 33 points and

Novack earning 31.

“It’s always good when you

get your top two guys really performing

well,” said McHugh.

“It took a lot of pressure off of

our younger guys.”

Senior Aidan Emmerich

was the leading player for the

Spartans, shooting even-par and

finishing with 36 points. Fellow

senior Sean Mathers added 20

points in the loss.

“Overall it was a nice day

to be out there, but most of

our lineup didn’t perform the

way we needed it to,” said St.

Mary’s coach Jay Fiste. “It was

great to have such a close match

so some of our younger guys

could get their feet wet, and this

showed them that they really

need to be on point if they want

to beat good teams.”

St. Mary’s (0-1) has a quick

turnaround with a match on

the road at Arlington Catholic

Wednesday (3) at Winchester

Country Club.

“This match was a good

learning experience for our

young team, and we’re hoping

that the guys saw what they

needed to do out there,” said

Fiste. “We’re off to a tough

course against a team that is always

good and plays us tough,

so we’ll need to be better if we

want to get a win.”

Fenwick (1-1) travels

to Archbishop Williams

Wednesday (3) for a match at

Granite Links Golf Club.

“We still have a fairly young

team, so getting a win like

this will hopefully give us

some good momentum,” said

McHugh. “We’re still not putting

great, and we have some

areas we need to improve in, but

we’ve got plenty of time to keep

working.”


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THURSDAY

Golf

St. Mary’s at Bishop Fenwick (3)

Girls Soccer

Bishop Fenwick at Danvers (6:30)

Field Hockey

Rockport at Lynnfield (3)

Volleyball

St. Mary’s at Austin Prep (5)

Arlington Catholic at Bishop Fenwick (5:30)

FRIDAY

Football

St. Mary’s at Bellingham (6:30)

Masconomet at Peabody (7)

Boys Soccer

Hamilton-Wenham at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Masconomet at Peabody (4)

Girls Soccer

St. Mary’s at Malden Catholic (3:30)

Peabody at Masconomet (4)

Field Hockey

Everett at Peabody (4)

Volleyball

Bishop Fenwick at Masconomet (4)

Swampscott at Peabody (5:30)

SATURDAY

Football

Bishop Fenwick at Arlington Catholic (6)

Girls Soccer

Essex Tech at Lynnfield (10)

Newburyport at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Cross Country

St. Mary’s at CCL Relays (10)

Bishop Fenwick at McNiff Relays (10)

MONDAY

Golf

Masconomet at Peabody (4)

Boys Soccer

Lynnfield at Hamilton-Wenham (3:45)

Bishop Fenwick at St. Mary’s (5:30)

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCHEDULE

Girls Soccer

Hamilton-Wenham at Lynnfield (3:45)

St. Mary’s at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Field Hockey

Gloucester at Peabody (4)

Volleyball

Peabody at Swampscott (5:30)

TUESDAY

Golf

Austin Prep at Bishop Fenwick (3)

Ipswich at Lynnfield (3)

Peabody at Marblehead (3:45)

Boys Soccer

Peabody at Swampscott (4)

Girls Soccer

Swampscott at Peabody (4)

Field Hockey

Lynnfield at Hamilton-Wenham (3:45)

Bishop Fenwick at Austin Prep (4)

Volleyball

Bishop Fenwick at St. Mary’s (5:30)

Masconomet at Lynnfield (5:30)

Cross Country

Bishop Fenwick at Matignon (4)

WEDNESDAY

Golf

Bishop Fenwick at Bishop Feehan (3)

Lynnfield at Essex Tech (3)

Boys Soccer

Austin Prep at Bishop Fenwick (3:30)

Newburyport at Lynnfield (4:15)

Girls Soccer

Lynnfield at Newburyport (3:45)

Austin Prep at Bishop Fenwick (4)

Field Hockey

Peabody at Danvers (5:30)

Volleyball

Peabody at Masconomet (5:30)

Cross Country

Masconomet at Peabody (4)

PHOTO | JAKOB MENENDEZ

Peabody’s Tori McCoy, left, battles for a loose ball with Swampscott’s Coco Clopton during a

game at Coley Lee Field Monday.

Tanners come up short at home

against Swampscott

PHOTO | JAKOB MENENDEZ

Emily McDonough scored the lone goal for Peabody in a loss to

Danvers Sunday.

Peabody can’t contain

Danvers in home loss

GIRLS SOCCER

By Mike Alongi

The Peabody girls soccer team

knew it had a tall task in front of

it coming into Sunday’s game

against Danvers, and the Tanners

were proven correct in a 5-1 loss

at Coley Lee Field.

Emily McDonough scored the

lone goal in the loss for Peabody,

while Branae Craveiro notched

one assist. Ally Bettencourt, Sam

Simmons and Megan Billingsley

all played well defensively in the

loss, while goalkeeper Emma

Bloom had a solid game in net.

Things were even in the first

12 minutes of the game, with

both teams battling to a scoreless

tie, but Danvers quickly took

over. A goal from Reese Pszenny

started things off, then 2020 All-

American and Gatorade Girls

Soccer Player of the Year Arianna

Bezanson scored back-to-back

goals to give Danvers a 3-0 lead.

The Tanners finally broke

through late in the first half,

when Craveiro sent a perfect ball

into the box on a corner kick and

McDonough finished it off to

make it 3-1.

But in the second half, the

Tanners just couldn’t get any

momentum going in the right

direction. Bezanson scored her

third goal of the game to make

it 4-1, then she assisted on Ellie

Anderson’s goal to round out

the scoring and give Danvers the

victory.

Peabody (0-1-1) travels to

Masconomet Friday (4).

FIELD HOCKEY

By Mike Alongi

The Peabody field hockey

team had chances, but just

couldn’t find the back of the net

in a 4-0 loss to Swampscott on

the Tanners’ home turf at Coley

Lee Field Monday.

Peabody goalie Gianna

DeGianfalice was tested in

the fourth minute of the first

quarter, but with the ball

bouncing in front of the net

she made a kick save to keep

the score level. Alex Demakis

bailed out DeGianfalice two

minutes later with a goal-line

clearance to keep the score all

square 0-0.

Peabody coach Tawny

Palmieri said that the goalie has

been great for Peabody so far

this season.

“She did great,” Palmieri

said of DeGianfalice. “In our

last game, she had 30 shots on

her. This game obviously was a

lot less, which is great, but she

gives it her all and she saves a

ton of shots for us.”

Swampscott put the ball in the

net on two occasions in the last

five minutes of the first quarter,

but both goals were waved off

due to violations.

The Big Blue eventually

found the back of the net six

minutes into the second quarter,

with Olivia Baran securing the

first goal of the game. A few

minutes later, Brooke Waters

scored on a long-distance shot

to give Swampscott a two-goal

lead.

After the game, Swampscott

coach Courtney Russo said that

her girls responded well after

getting two goals taken away,

adding that they didn’t show

any hesitation moving forward.

“I was pleased to have some

offensive action, which was

good,” said Russo. “They continued

to push forward and they

continued to persist and persevere

out there, so I was pleased

with the way they kind of controlled

the play today.”

Peabody got three quality

scoring chances off of corners

late in the second quarter, but

on each occasion the Tanners

failed to find the back of the net

and Swampscott took a 2-0 lead

into the halftime break.

The Tanners got another

corner two minutes into the

third quarter, but once again

they failed to capitalize.

Swampscott extended its

lead with just under 10 minutes

left in the third quarter.

Meghan O’Brien’s long-range

shot seemed to have eyes and

snuck its way past Peabody’s

goalie and into the net to give

the Big Blue a 3-0 lead early

in the quarter. A minute later,

Swampscott added to its tally

after Sydney Marshall scored

on a scramble in front of the net.

For the remaining eight minutes,

Peabody withstood a barrage

as Swampscott retained

possession for the majority of

the half. The Tanners struggled

to get past midfield but were

able to keep the deficit to four

goals.

The first five minutes of the

fourth quarter were an improvement

for Peabody offensively,

but the Tanners were still unable

to register a goal. Senior Gina

Terrezzano had the best opportunity

for Peabody with just a

little over eight minutes left in

the game, but Swampscott’s defenders

were able to ensure that

the shot didn’t get past the goal

line and that the Big Blue would

walk away with the victory.

Peabody is now 0-2 this

fall and is preparing for a

Wednesday night matchup

against Danvers.


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Bishop Fenwick golf takes on rival St. Mary’s

PHOTOS | Spenser Hasak

Tony Novack watches his tee shot during a match against St. Mary’s last Tuesday

at Gannon Municipal Golf Course.

Mike Carter chips up to the green.

Connor Cunningham watches a putt during Tuesday’s match.

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Peabody girls soccer falls to strong Danvers team

PHOTOS | Jakob Menendez

Connie Patturelli moves the ball up the field for the Tanners.

Peabody’s Meghan Billingsley kicks the ball up field.

The Peabody girls soccer team talks over strategy during halftime of Sunday’s game.

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AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE CODE OF THE CITY OF PEABODY

CHAPTER 7 BUILDINGS AND BUILDING REGULATIONS

OF THE CODE OF THE CITY OF PEABODY

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PEABODY AS FOLLOWS:

SECTION ONE: That the Code of the City of Peabody adopted on January 9, 1986,

as amended, is hereby further amended by amending Section 7-58 entitled Fees

for Permits and Inspections:

The following schedule of fees for the application, the issuance and inspections

relating to Sealing of Weighing & Measuring Devices is hereby established: By

deleting in its entirety, Section F entitled Building Permit Fees as adopted on June

12, 2008 and in place thereof the following:

SEALING OF WEIGHING AND MEASURING DEVICES

Device

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1K-5K POUNDS $85.00

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City remembers the fallen 20 years later

PHOTOS | Spenser Hasak

Police Chief Thomas Griffin stands at attention with fellow members of the department during

a ceremony to mark the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks at the 9/11 Memorial

on Grandview Avenue Saturday morning.

LYNNFIELD

3 FALL WAY

$960,000

B: Bledion Sasa

S: Abhishek Sharma & Shwta Sharma

PEABODY

24 ABERDEEN AVE

$530,000

B: Gennadiy Fedotov

S: Lisa Adamopoulos

84 ABORN ST U:2106

$275,000

B: Barbara A Dolan

S: Carol A Cormier

84 ABORN ST U:2308

$335,000

B: Adrian Florczyk

S: Govanna Fernandez

17 BAY STATE BLVD

$500,000

B: Renato Guedes-Dossantos

S: Jill A Ryan

41 BEACON BLVD

$860,000

B: Charles J Diperri 2nd

S: Bruce S Garland Tr, Tr for Bruce S

Garland T

30 CLEMENT AVE

$480,000

B: 30 Clement Avenue LLC

S: Carol A Buczek Tr, Tr for Buczek FT

13 CLINTON RD

$664,900

B: Josephine Procaccini & Kayle

Recupero

S: Jessica Tringale & Nicholas Tringale

Real Estate Transfers

8 CROWNINSHIELD ST U:303

$402,000

B: Matthew A Iannetti

S: Karen A Derocco & Cheryl A

Thompson

22 EISENHOWER RD

$670,000

B: David L Mazza & Erica B Mazza

S: Debra C Krinsky & Martin S Krinsky

80 FOSTER ST U:203

$270,000

B: Adele M Smith & Timothy C Smith

S: Brian Averback

14 GREENWOOD RD

$529,000

B: Fanny Hiraldo

S: William J Piotrowski Tr, Tr for 14

Greenwood Road T

46 HIGHLAND ST

A police officer prepares to raise the flag to honor those who

lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

$550,000

B: Peter Ingemi Jr

S: Laudemiro Barreira

18 JENNIFER LN

$740,000

B: Christopher Leone & Maria Leone

S: Nancy J Vorrias & Paul Vorrias

12 LEDGEWOOD WAY U:30

$445,000

B: Brian Christie & Cheryl A Kouroyen

S: Serrentino Mary A Est & Kevin M

Cucurullo

17 MADISON AVE

$649,900

B: Yesenia Garcia & Dario Pena

S: Geissler Edward J Sr Est & Edward

J Geissler Jr

15 NELSON RD

$505,000

B: Marilin Berroa

S: Elizabeth A Caplette Tr, Tr for

Elizabeth A Caplette LT

35 OAK ST

$480,000

B: Justin Golas & Lindsay Zuidema

S: Richard J Guidi

24 PAUL AVE

$606,000

B: Ashley M Abbott & Shaun M Abbott

S: Cheryl L Levin & Jeffrey H Levin

36 RAINBOW CIR

$850,000

B: Agnes Cunio

S: Donald J Cordova Jr

75 WALNUT ST U:302

$340,000

B: Renata Litchfield

S: Solenne B Santana

City of Peabody

Conservation Commission

LEGAL NOTICE

Pursuant to Mass General Laws, Chapter 131, Section 40, Massachusetts

Wetlands Protection Act and Chapter 32 of the Code of the City of Peabody,

Wetlands and Rivers Protection Regulations, the Peabody Conservation

Commission will hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday September 29, 2021 at 7

p.m. on a Notice of Intent submitted by VHB for CV 13 Corwin LLC c/o Cargo

Ventures (Kevin Donohue). The property owner is Stahl USA Inc. The applicant

proposes development of a commercial and industrial use property. The property is

known as 13 Corwin Street, Map 92, Lot 006, Peabody MA.

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.

Public Participation will be via Virtual Means Only - Pursuant to Governor Baker's

March 12, 2020 Order Suspending Certain Provisions of the Open Meeting Law,

G.L. c. 30A, §18, and the Governor's March 15, 2020 Order imposing strict

limitation on the number of people that may gather in one place, as extended on

June 15, 2021 with the Governor signing of Senate Bill # 2475 Suspending

ertain provisions of the Open Meeting Law, allowing public bodies greater

lexibility in utilizing technology in the conduct of meetings under the Open Meeting

aw, this meeting of the Peabody Conservation Commission will be conducted via

emote participation. The public may participate in this meeting via Remote

articipation: A website for the meeting will be provided on the Conservation

genda posted on the City's website and outside/inside city hall at least 48 hours

prior to the meeting: https://www.peabody-ma.gov/

Copies of the application may be examined electronically by emailing conservation

staff at

lucia.delnegro@peabody-ma.gov

WEEKLY NEWS: September 16, 2021

Conservation Commission

Stewart Lazares, Secretary


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WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 SEPTEMBER 16, 2021

2021 CITY PROPERTY

The Commonwealth of

Massachusetts City of Peabody

The owner or occupants of the

following described parcels of land

situated in the City of Peabody,

in the County of Essex and the

Commonwealth of Massachusetts,

and the public, are hereby notified

that the taxes, thereon, severally

assessed for the years(s) hereinafter

specified, according to the list

committed to me as the Collector

of Taxes for the City of Peabody

by the Board of Assessors of said

city, remain unpaid, and that said

parcels of land will be taken for

the City of Peabody on October 01,

2021, at 10 a.m. for the principal

and interest, if any, with all legal

costs and charges thereon unless

the same shall be previously discharged,

all plans referred to are on

file in the Assessor’s Office.

Christopher Morfis, City

Collector

Fiscal 2021

FEDERICO FRANK JR &

ANGELA M

17,990 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 33 SURREY LN Parcel

003-027

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

13607 Page-154 2021 000097-00

Tax assessed $7,095.96, Balance

due $5,111.62

O’BRIEN MARK L & LAURIE

M

15,398 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 114 RUSSELL ST Parcel

005-112

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36175 Page-331 2021 000430-00

Tax assessed $5,463.29, Balance

due $461.96

KNAPP GUENTHER &

EDELTRAUD

17,829 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 7 BRIARWOOD AVE Parcel

008-154

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

5385 Page-210 2021 000694-00

Tax assessed $4,562.26, Balance

due $1,321.59

LAVAUD ALIX & ANNETTE

K

15,298 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 75 RUSSELL ST Parcel

009-077

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

9229 Page-551 2021 000811-00

Tax assessed $14,169.05,

Balance due $10,707.61

OLIVERI PAMELA A

12,297 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 19 BENEVENTO CIR Parcel

011-044

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35985 Page-426 2021 000991-00

Tax assessed $9,216.95, Balance

due $2,787.23

NOONE NANCY E

Subsequent Owner TERNAN

PROPERTIES LLC

16,601 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 5 POCAHONTAS DR Parcel

014-033

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

39007 Page-149 2021 001188-00

Tax assessed $5,733.01, Balance

due $1,619.23

WEXLER CHERYL

15,599 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 14 JACKSON AVE Parcel

015-165

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

8648 Page-149 2021 001494-00

Tax assessed $4,848.05, Balance

due $5,433.91

FESTA JAMES A JR & DIANE

Subsequent

Owner

ARGENTINA PATRICIA &

GERALDINE

15,499 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 0 HARRISON AVE Parcel

016-022

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

39266 Page-6 2021 001565-00

Tax assessed $5,106.85, Balance

due $263.58

LYNSKEY MARY ELAINE

15,002 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 19 MURRAY ST Parcel

016-071

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

13860 Page-66 2021 001614-00

Tax assessed $7,843.72, Balance

due $4,172.78

TUXBURY FRANK E JR &

MAXINE

Subsequent

Owner

COCHRANE DAVID W

TRUSTEE

15,002 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 19 DALE ST Parcel 017-017

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

38251 Page-198 2021 001695-00

Tax assessed $4,245.48, Balance

due $4,743.93

BTD INVESTMENTS LLC

43,560 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 274 NEWBURY ST Parcel

018-095

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35020 Page-87 2021 001987-00

Tax assessed $11,973.35,

Balance due $6,346.01

ARRUDA JANICE L

20,652 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 62 PERLEY AVE Parcel

021-004

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36852 Page-321 2021 002012-00

Tax assessed $9,699.52, Balance

due $7,762.54

BELLOFATTO RICHARD C

ET AL

Subsequent

Owner

BELLOFATTO JR RICHARD

16,801 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 4 LEWIS CIR Parcel 022-054

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

38281 Page-222 2021 002083-00

Tax assessed $5,502.14, Balance

due $532.23

SMITH GRACE R TRUSTEE

12 SAMOSET RD PEA RLTY

TRUST

15,359 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 12 SAMOSET RD Parcel

023-104

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

11314 Page-567 2021 002318-00

Tax assessed $3,899.03, Balance

due $2,092.13

DIPLATZI PAUL A &

CHARLENE L

15,882 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 24 JORDAN RD Parcel

025-082

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37518 Page-598 2021 002561-00

Tax assessed $5,393.97, Balance

due $199.05

COLLINS DEAN J TRUSTEE

222 NEWBURY REALTY

TRUST

14,880 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 222 NEWBURY ST Parcel

026-046

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

33548 Page-408 2021 002661-00

Tax assessed $16,778.38,

Balance due $2,243.79

MELANSON PATRICIA A LF

EST

BRENNAN JR JOSEPH W &

PATRICIA M

15,002 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 17 PERLEY AVE Parcel

031-042

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37789 Page-344 2021 003196-00

Tax assessed $5,781.96, Balance

due $467.49

SCF RC FUNDING IV LLC

415,519 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 190 NEWBURY ST Parcel

035-038X

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36833 Page-486 2021 003701-00

Tax assessed $275,250.23,

Balance due $843.51

D’AMELIO DANIELLE

of improvements situated

at 17 BOURBON ST 83 Parcel

036-546

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35923 Page-4 2021 003779-00

Tax assessed $3,004.81, Balance

due $848.17

PERRY CAROLYN D

TRUSTEE

JOHN AND MAUDE PERRY

IRR TRST

15,098 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 12 HOG HILL RD Parcel

038-059

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

31778 Page-504 2021 003880-00

Tax assessed $4,627.54, Balance

due $1,178.97

BROUGHTON JUNE T LIFE

EST/TR

THE BROUGHTON FAM

RLTY TRST

18,452 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 30 MT PLEASANT DR

Parcel 038-078

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

31948 Page-429 2021 003899-00

Tax assessed $4,776.28, Balance

due $2,980.72

SHERR ELIOT G TRUSTEE

ANDOVER REALTY TRUST

7,501 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 205 ANDOVER ST Parcel

039-038

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

10787 Page-531 2021 003967-00

Tax assessed $8,848.92, Balance

due $232.89

DOS SANTOS VILSON A &

DA SILVA SANTOS ERICA V

21,401 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 141 WINONA ST Parcel

044-075

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35055 Page-26 2021 004234-00

Tax assessed $7,035.16, Balance

due $916.74

CHAVEZ CARLOS A

22,072 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 84 PINE ST Parcel 045-015B

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36606 Page-269 2021 004344-00

Tax assessed $8,636.05, Balance

due $3,691.08

BERALDO ALBERT V &

LILIANA

16,980 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 4 GRANT ST Parcel 045-056

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

Page- 2021 004391-00

Land Court Cert#-C78620

Land Court Cert#-D456024

Tax assessed $6,594.94, Balance

due $1,287.97

GARCIA FERNANDA

of improvements situated

at 802 PINE BROOK DR Parcel

046-528

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37935 Page-458 2021 004557-00

Tax assessed $4,660.80, Balance

due $294.15

SAS

CAPITAL

MANAGEMENT INC

37,113 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 157 NEWBURY ST Parcel

047-041

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

6721 Page-105 2021 004615-00

Tax assessed $16,119.18,

Balance due $8,455.36

POLISSON-WILKINS EFI &

WILKINS STEVEN

12,354 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 31 TUMELTY RD Parcel

047-060

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

34587 Page-47 2021 004631-00

Tax assessed $5,690.31, Balance

due $1,180.61

DRESSER WILLIAM L &

NICOLE I

21,279 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 11 EDGEHILL RD Parcel

049-016

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

Page- 2021 004909-00

Land Court Cert#-88268

Land Court Cert#-559936

Tax assessed $5,186.31, Balance

due $1,452.17

COBURN KENNETH &

ANITA J &

JODI TRUSTEES

23,339 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 2 PRINCETON ST Parcel

049-036

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

Page- 2021 004929-00

Land Court Cert#-C82017

Land Court Cert#-D485230

Tax assessed $5,011.49, Balance

due $4,150.66

TEMPESTA DENISE M

TRUSTEE

7-C FELTON REALTY TRUST

of improvements situated

at 7 FELTON ST 1 Parcel

050-550

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

13824 Page-230 2021 005195-00

Tax assessed $3,294.06, Balance

due $3,714.88

LOJKO JON P

6,599 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 23 SABINO FARM RD

Parcel 052-058

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

31814 Page-284 2021 005301-00

Tax assessed $4,757.61, Balance

due $869.62

WEAVER WILLIAM E &

GILDA S

C/O

MEREDITH

MCDERMOTT

5,249 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 37 PULASKI ST Parcel

053-037

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

7443 Page-213 2021 005429-00

Tax assessed $3,257.27, Balance

due $3,049.80

MURRAY WILLARD H

TRUSTEE

BMC REALTY TRUST

79,279 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 58 PULASKI ST Parcel

053-083

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

15420 Page-192 2021 005491-00

Tax assessed $24,744.92,

Balance due $13,308.89

CARROCA MIGUEL

of improvements situated

at 1 WILLARD ST 6 Parcel

053-605

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37254 Page-217 2021 005522-00

Tax assessed $3,356.57, Balance

due $3,781.48

CARROCA MIGUEL

of improvements situated

at 1 WILLARD ST 7 Parcel

053-606

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36359 Page-164 2021 005523-00

Tax assessed $3,356.57, Balance

due $3,781.48

CHAFE PATRICK

5,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 22 NICKERSON RD Parcel

054-024

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35412 Page-593 2021 005565-00

Tax assessed $3,591.78, Balance

due $177.91

MOSKAL DONNA TRUSTEE

TWO MARGIN TERR

REALTY TRUST

13,965 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 2 MARGIN TER Parcel

054-151

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

10771 Page-564 2021 005700-00

Tax assessed $8,526.01, Balance

due $9,516.29

RACE PEABODY LLC

55,278 Sq.Ft. of land situated

at 18 CARELL RD Parcel

057-074N

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35240 Page-304 2021 005988-00

Tax assessed $2,483.55, Balance

due $1,357.45

PEREIRA AMERICO &

MARIA G

8,002 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 19 PROCTOR CIR Parcel

061-122

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

17763 Page-97 2021 006407-00

Tax assessed $4,842.63, Balance

due $461.02

PIRO SUSAN M

of improvements situated

at 3 KARELITZ RD 3B Parcel

062-805

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

33520 Page-58 2021 006673-00

Tax assessed $5,146.04, Balance

due $471.00


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TAX DELINQUENTS

The Commonwealth of

Massachusetts City of Peabody

The owner or occupants of

the following described parcels

of land situated in the City

of Peabody, in the County of

Essex and the Commonwealth

of Massachusetts, and the

public, are hereby notified that

the taxes, thereon, severally

assessed for the years(s) hereinafter

specified, according to

the list committed to me as the

Collector of Taxes for the City

of Peabody by the Board of

Assessors of said city, remain

unpaid, and that said parcels

of land will be taken for the

City of Peabody on October

01, 2021, at 10 a.m. for the

principal and interest, if any,

with all legal costs and charges

thereon unless the same shall

be previously discharged, all

plans referred to are on file in

the Assessor’s Office.

Christopher Morfis, City

Collector

MAVROS MIHAELA A

8,799 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 14 GARDNER ST Parcel

064-062

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

26533 Page-353 2021 006979-00

Tax assessed $4,881.33, Balance

due $358.54

DIROBERTO STACY &

BOODOOSINGH GANESH

5,754 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 22 ENDICOTT ST Parcel

064-238

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

26226 Page-358 2021 007159-00

Tax assessed $5,992.54, Balance

due $1,121.68

ESER SUZANNE

12,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 24 ENDICOTT ST Parcel

064-239

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

14833 Page-189 2021 007160-00

Tax assessed $7,169.48, Balance

due $1,173.80

MAMBUCA KATHRYN J

WALSH

7,802 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 87 GARDNER ST Parcel

065-094

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

34337 Page-553 2021 007309-00

Tax assessed $4,315.84, Balance

due $248.79

JESUS MARLENE M &

SOUZA GEANE

Subsequent Owner JESUS

MARLENE M &

33,554 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 67 MARGIN ST Parcel

065-182B

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

38191 Page-129 2021 007398-00

Tax assessed $7,596.65, Balance

due $8,476.35

MARY TAYLOR-DAVEKOS

RLTY TRST

6,251 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 13 MARGIN ST Parcel

065-200

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

26732 Page-361 2021 007422-00

Tax assessed $5,812.04, Balance

due $6,515.00

ESPINO PERCY & PAOLA

11,212 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 1 HENRY TER Parcel

072-015

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36734 Page-42 2021 007883-00

Tax assessed $6,058.42, Balance

due $594.84

PROVOST TAYLOR L &

KASEY R TRUSTEES

PROVOST FAMILY

IRREVOCABLE TRUST

6,177 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 23 SUMMIT TER Parcel

073-024

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

34954 Page-129 2021 008130-00

Tax assessed $5,338.87, Balance

due $1,543.47

REBELLO LOUIS J &

YVONNE B

5,201 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 35 COLEMAN ST Parcel

073-082

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

15474 Page-58 2021 008189-00

Tax assessed $4,975.81, Balance

due $1,392.84

LAPOINTE ALEXANDER R

& DANIELLE M

15,002 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 12 ARNOLD AVE Parcel

073-104

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37381 Page-523 2021 008215-00

Tax assessed $6,095.35, Balance

due $671.43

BETTENCOURT RUIS &

MARIA &

CANDIDO EMANUEL &

NATALINO

11,086 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 67 ENDICOTT ST Parcel

074-035

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

10238 Page-432 2021 008508-00

Tax assessed $6,213.74, Balance

due $1,863.38

LIWANAG REYNALDO &

KRISTEN

7,018 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 15 KOSCIUSKO ST Parcel

074-101

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

34417 Page-143 2021 008586-00

Tax assessed $4,594.78, Balance

due $529.43

FRENZO LAURENCE P &

NANCY M

10,528 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 9 RAY ST Parcel 074-159

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

8654 Page-404 2021 008650-00

Tax assessed $5,304.97, Balance

due $5,959.98

PENA FRANCISCO

6,700 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 7 ELM ST Parcel 075-215

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

25062 Page-480 2021 009275-00

Tax assessed $6,748.64, Balance

due $3,246.85

FIGUEROA OLGA I

5,449 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 16 WARREN ST Parcel

075-269

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

15884 Page-117 2021 009335-00

Tax assessed $7,572.31, Balance

due $1,283.92

SANTOS DEBRA E

4,818 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 4 COLLINS ST Parcel

076-220A

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

23126 Page-556 2021 009641-00

Tax assessed $4,066.43, Balance

due $3,986.78

PELLETIER CECILE JEAN

5,114 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 11 WINTHROP ST Parcel

076-242

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

Page- 2021 009666-00

Land Court Cert#-C84735

Land Court Cert#-D518882

Tax assessed $3,226.26, Balance

due $2,035.35

BETTENCOURT ANTHONY

A TRUSTEE

25 SPRAGUE ST PEABODY

RLTY TRST

5,532 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 25 SPRAGUE ST Parcel

076-269

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

25898 Page-1 2021 009706-00

Tax assessed $6,578.19, Balance

due $1,378.56

ROCHA JOSE A & MARIA J B

5,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 18 PROCTOR ST Parcel

076-350

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

12089 Page-391 2021 009805-00

Tax assessed $5,422.69, Balance

due $746.54

CLEMENTS PROPERTIES

LLC

Subsequent Owner CLEMENTS

EUGENE

of improvements situated

at 14 COLLINS ST 6 Parcel

076-605

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

39524 Page-397 2021 009886-00

Tax assessed $1,281.03, Balance

due $1,473.80

SEASHORE RE MGMT &

DEVELOP LLC

of improvements situated

at 14 COLLINS ST 14 Parcel

076-613

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35947 Page-506 2021 009894-00

Tax assessed $1,486.57, Balance

due $1,701.84

GODFREY MICHAEL T &

CHRISTINA

Subsequent Owner RIAHY

LOUBABA & IDMALAK

MOUNIR

of improvements situated

at 21 NORTHEND ST 21B

Parcel 076-801

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

39575 Page-323 2021 009909-00

Tax assessed $4,115.17, Balance

due $1,230.81

DONNELLY RICHARD A &

JOANNE E

7,688 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 32 COLEMAN ST Parcel

083-056

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

22917 Page-267 2021 010023-00

Tax assessed $6,074.85, Balance

due $1,325.19

LIMA WALTAIR I

5,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 40 KING ST Parcel 084-021

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

22731 Page-279 2021 010117-00

Tax assessed $4,332.36, Balance

due $276.74

SABLONE JASON & BANG

AQUA

7,026 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 48 FRANKLIN ST Parcel

084-190

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

33163 Page-620 2021 010305-00

Tax assessed $6,088.76, Balance

due $493.02

BURNETT NORMAN S &

DAVID S

BURNETT NORMAN S &

DAVID S

18,565 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 20 WALLIS ST Parcel

085-043

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

13914 Page-500 2021 010376-00

Tax assessed $5,592.05, Balance

due $2,168.02

BURNETT NORMAN S TRST

2,770 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 31 WALNUT ST Parcel

085-048

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

7271 Page-148 2021 010380-00

Tax assessed $4,634.63, Balance

due $1,611.23

REYNOLDS H A & KASA-

HANNA B TRS

C I GROUP REALTY TRUST

2,614 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 2 MILL ST Parcel 085-060A

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

16351 Page-371 2021 010391-00

Tax assessed $4,849.88, Balance

due $1,267.75

A & A PROPERTIES LLC

7,366 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 98 MAIN ST Parcel 085-075

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

34904 Page-534 2021 010406-00

Tax assessed $8,037.38, Balance

due $2,625.97

BERUBE JOHN T & LENA L

TRS

120 MAIN ST PEA RLTY

TRUST

4,665 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 120 MAIN ST Parcel 085-081

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

19449 Page-61 2021 010413-00

Tax assessed $6,085.05, Balance

due $1,645.52

BERUBE JOHN T & LENA L

TRS

BERUBE PEABODY MAIN

RLTY TRST

8,995 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 122 MAIN ST (R) Parcel

085-082

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

27448 Page-279 2021 010415-00

Tax assessed $5,354.37, Balance

due $1,488.82

NCM RESTAURANTS LLC

2,370 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 1 RAILROAD AVE Parcel

085-231A

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36289 Page-67 2021 010573-00

Tax assessed $2,647.66, Balance

due $2,991.85

DASILVA ANTONIO M &

MARIA E A

4,569 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 5 SCHOOL ST Parcel

085-259

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

9269 Page-192 2021 010601-00

Tax assessed $5,462.05, Balance

due $1,315.86

MOYNIHAN CHRISTOPHER

S TRUSTEE

8 WALNUT STREET TRUST

of improvements situated

at 8 WALNUT ST 104 Parcel

085-903

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

30538 Page-553 2021 010712-00

Tax assessed $3,220.95, Balance

due $2,704.17

UNITED ASM LLC

10,568 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 60 WALNUT ST Parcel

086-001

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36809 Page-245 2021 010789-00

Tax assessed $15,435.30,

Balance due $4,026.09

NICKITOPOULOS MARY

2,879 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 10 FULTON ST (1/2) Parcel

086-081A

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-0

Page-0 2021 010875-00

Tax assessed $2,767.49, Balance

due $1,607.02

RIVERWALK PLACE LLC

C/O BIBBY REAL ESTATE

CORP

30,649 Sq.Ft. of land situated

at 166 MAIN ST (R) Parcel

086-150A

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

19564 Page-291 2021 010955-00

Tax assessed $7,464.28, Balance

due $8,356.71

PAINE PAMELA J

of improvements situated

at 10 FULTON ST Parcel

086-501

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

10642 Page-274 2021 010967-00

Tax assessed $3,139.20, Balance

due $3,533.43

JCG INVESTMENTS LLC

of improvements situated

at 75 WALNUT ST 105 Parcel

086-604

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36896 Page-96 2021 010973-00

Tax assessed $2,460.24, Balance

due $724.74

LOPEZ-MACARIO JOSE R &

LOPEZ IZAMAR D

7,200 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 130 SUMMIT ST Parcel

093-005

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37043 Page-471 2021 011137-00

Tax assessed $4,140.59, Balance

due $1,145.88

HOWCROFT FREDERICK J &

DINA R

6,399 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 24 SWAMPSCOTT AVE

Parcel 094-037

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

6253 Page-12 2021 011199-00

Tax assessed $4,299.38, Balance

due $358.32


18

WEEKLYNEWS.NET - 978-532-5880 SEPTEMBER 16, 2021

The Commonwealth of

Massachusetts City of Peabody

The owner or occupants of

the following described parcels

of land situated in the City

of Peabody, in the County of

Essex and the Commonwealth

of Massachusetts, and the

public, are hereby notified that

the taxes, thereon, severally

assessed for the years(s) hereinafter

specified, according to

the list committed to me as the

Collector of Taxes for the City

of Peabody by the Board of

Assessors of said city, remain

unpaid, and that said parcels

of land will be taken for the

City of Peabody on October

01, 2021, at 10 a.m. for the

principal and interest, if any,

with all legal costs and charges

thereon unless the same shall

be previously discharged, all

plans referred to are on file in

the Assessor’s Office.

Christopher Morfis, City

Collector

GORDON ARTHUR

3,999 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 5 SWAMPSCOTT AVE

Parcel 094-051

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

34484 Page-354 2021 011212-00

Tax assessed $3,098.06, Balance

due $3,491.64

COSTIN CHERYL

of improvements situated

at 111 FOSTER ST B214 Parcel

094-830

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36939 Page-472 2021 011443-00

Tax assessed $1,916.72, Balance

due $763.57

BROWN DEREK K &

FRAMPTON BRANT D TRS

B & D MASON TRUST

2,635 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 18 MASON ST Parcel

095-046

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

33434 Page-409 2021 011559-00

Tax assessed $5,296.43, Balance

due $5,912.99

SOBUTKA JOHN C

8,499 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 22 MASON ST Parcel

095-047

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

13982 Page-167 2021 011560-00

Tax assessed $4,493.40, Balance

due $2,569.48

PEABODY LODGE 1409 OF

THE BENE

PROTECTIVE ORDER OF

ELKS

Subsequent Owner 40 OAK

STREET DEVELOPMENT LLC

85,378 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 40 OAK ST Parcel 095-089X

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

Page- 2021 011611-00

Land Court Cert#-93654

Land Court Cert#-614557

Tax assessed $16,486.90,

Balance due $6,649.22

11 HOLTEN STREET LLC

2,718 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 11 HOLTEN ST Parcel

095-102

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

38780 Page-370 2021 011629-00

Tax assessed $7,247.02, Balance

due $6,129.65

LAWNSBY JOANN L LF EST

LAWNSBY WILLIAM L &

LEGER BARBARA J

5,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 27 ABORN ST Parcel

095-195

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

34761 Page-420 2021 011734-00

Tax assessed $4,018.31, Balance

due $793.08

SILVEIRA STEVEN

5,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 22 BECKETT ST Parcel

095-208

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

28092 Page-368 2021 011747-00

Tax assessed $4,204.03, Balance

due $481.01

BARNA STEPHEN & JANE F

8,451 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 13 ABORN PL Parcel 095-306

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

7175 Page-220 2021 011853-00

Tax assessed $3,568.47, Balance

due $1,973.98

WRIGHT-EASY GEORGE C

11,661 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 1 CLEMENT AVE Parcel

095-364

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35061 Page-497 2021 011915-00

Tax assessed $7,122.63, Balance

due $1,555.64

HUBISZ JEOFFREY

3,498 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 7 HANCOCK ST Parcel

095-414

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

24172 Page-300 2021 011968-00

Tax assessed $3,858.72, Balance

due $4,322.91

COTTO LINDA

of improvements situated

at 31 PIERPONT ST 4 Parcel

095-703

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

21014 Page-330 2021 012044-00

Tax assessed $2,957.14, Balance

due $1,645.31

BELLO EVELYN A

5,702 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 4 ABBOTT ST (1/2) Parcel

096-053

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37888 Page-512 2021 012152-00

Tax assessed $2,376.54, Balance

due $2,692.26

MUISE SARAH A

3,389 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 14 SHILLABER ST Parcel

096-074

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

Page-0 2021 012172-00

Tax assessed $2,250.47, Balance

due $681.47

ALVARADO JUAN

Subsequent Owner ALVARADO

JUAN & SARAH

of improvements situated

at 19 EAGAN PL Parcel

096-518

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

39438 Page-319 2021 012226-00

Tax assessed $3,574.83, Balance

due $3,998.35

FLANAGAN JOYCE S

TRUSTEE

MSL NOMINEE TRUST

Subsequent Owner FANTASIA

DEBRA L &

9,910 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 19 LYNCH ST Parcel 098-032

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

39332 Page-536 2021 012327-00

Tax assessed $4,512.47, Balance

due $157.38

ROZZA LEANN M

Subsequent Owner ROZZA

LEANN M & SABATINO

8,002 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 8 WRIGHT RD Parcel

098-079

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

38605 Page-530 2021 012374-00

Tax assessed $4,609.95, Balance

due $280.26

GILBERT JOHN R & THELMA

of improvements situated

at 1100 SALEM ST 51 Parcel

098-550

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

28746 Page-280 2021 012451-00

Tax assessed $4,095.04, Balance

due $3,360.59

CAREW DANIELLE

of improvements situated

at 1100 SALEM ST 102 Parcel

098-601

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37165 Page-159 2021 012502-00

Tax assessed $3,982.73, Balance

due $154.83

ZARRELLA JEAN B

TRUSTEE

THE ZARRELLA REALTY

TRUST

of improvements situated

at 1200 SALEM ST 187 Parcel

098-682

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

12670 Page-429 2021 012583-00

Tax assessed $4,808.07, Balance

due $173.69

JRC ASSISTED LIVING INC

AVIV CENTERS FOR LIVING

INC

37,013 Sq.Ft. of land situated

at 242 LYNNFIELD ST Parcel

099-015

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

30151 Page-539 2021 012623-00

Tax assessed $1,836.20, Balance

due $542.89

JRC ASSISTED LIVING INC

AVIV CENTERS FOR LIVING

INC

815,530 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 240 LYNNFIELD ST Parcel

099-015A

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

13272 Page-57 2021 012624-00

Tax assessed $1,372.23, Balance

due $1,553.40

NIKOLOUZOS CHRISTOS D

& ELAINE

17,999 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 258 LYNNFIELD ST Parcel

099-046A

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36970 Page-248 2021 012657-00

Tax assessed $4,266.67, Balance

due $1,215.13

ROSSETTI RICHARD A

Subsequent Owner WEBSTER

DAVID ANDREW &

23,514 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 280 LYNNFIELD ST Parcel

099-062

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

39363 Page-446 2021 012676-00

Tax assessed $3,280.28, Balance

due $270.37

AMIRAULT LEANNE M

8,982 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 13 RAVENWOOD RD Parcel

100-075

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

38009 Page-554 2021 012845-00

Tax assessed $4,266.67, Balance

due $2,257.08

BOISCLAIR LINDA A

91,215 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 9 SUNNYBROOK LN Parcel

100-101

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

19264 Page-134 2021 012871-00

Tax assessed $7,776.04, Balance

due $6,769.04

FEDERAL HOME LOAN

MORTGAGE CORP

35,558 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 231 LYNNFIELD ST Parcel

100-106

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

38048 Page-18 2021 012873-00

Tax assessed $4,871.96, Balance

due $1,235.52

YIAKAS ARTHUR

9,932 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 181 LYNNFIELD ST Parcel

100-143

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

9672 Page-102 2021 012901-00

Tax assessed $5,076.68, Balance

due $1,146.23

CUSHING BRIAN P

Subsequent Owner ADISSON

KATIANA S &

13,765 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 154 LYNNFIELD ST Parcel

101-198

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

38649 Page-29 2021 013167-00

Tax assessed $4,889.66, Balance

due $182.13

HARTNETT MICHAEL A &

KIMBERLY

7,209 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 10 NORFOLK AVE Parcel

102-083

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

13689 Page-368 2021 013291-00

Tax assessed $5,097.82, Balance

due $789.83

RUIZ YARITZA

6,151 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 29 CARLTON ST Parcel

102-175

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37511 Page-28 2021 013369-00

Tax assessed $3,921.28, Balance

due $143.82

SOUSA MARIA L LIFE

ESTATE

SOUSA DOMINIC D &

STEVEN D TRS

5,519 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 36 SUTTON ST Parcel

104-092

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

32274 Page-425 2021 013757-00

Tax assessed $3,859.83, Balance

due $4,339.45

SILVEIRA EDSON

5,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 71 PIERPONT ST Parcel

104-123

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

33090 Page-4 2021 013788-00

Tax assessed $3,825.08, Balance

due $672.51

URSINO BRIAN

10,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 13 RALPH RD Parcel

105-093

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35245 Page-411 2021 013951-00

Tax assessed $5,300.74, Balance

due $5,952.77

KELLY BRIAN & MICHELLE

L

7,270 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 4 ELMWOOD CIR Parcel

105-107

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

16438 Page-485 2021 013965-00

Tax assessed $4,555.53, Balance

due $666.08

SHAH FARKHANDA TRUST

PEABODY REALTY TRUST

Subsequent Owner ALAM

TANVEER

11,042 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 13 ABBY ELLEN LN Parcel

107-195

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

40170 Page-153 2021 014362-00

Tax assessed $7,451.16, Balance

due $4,392.16

ORAM DAVID A & SHEA

JANE M

20,691 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 156 ABERDEEN AVE Parcel

108-006

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36408 Page-122 2021 014457-00

Tax assessed $5,130.16, Balance

due $1,395.36

GAGNER DAVID J & JULIE A

12,589 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 32 GREENWOOD RD (A)

Parcel 108-064

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36089 Page-296 2021 014520-00

Tax assessed $5,585.74, Balance

due $1,619.24

GIZMUNT JOSEPH

4,365 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 15 COLUMBIA BLVD Parcel

108-149A

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37114 Page-438 2021 014575-00

Tax assessed $4,210.52, Balance

due $3,548.16

BELLIVEAU LISA

4,500 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 26 BAY STATE BLVD Parcel

108-207

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

37006 Page-280 2021 014609-00

Tax assessed $4,721.19, Balance

due $1,648.02

GUAY PAUL

9,278 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 19 MARGARET RD Parcel

109-171

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

23578 Page-390 2021 014962-00

Tax assessed $4,270.91, Balance

due $1,223.10

TURPIN GREGORY A &

ANGELA G

8,032 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 24 COOLIDGE AVE Parcel

109-300

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

16019 Page-318 2021 015083-00

Tax assessed $4,940.51, Balance

due $5,540.86

METCALF BRUCE W &

CAROL A

5,101 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 4 WOODLAWN AVE Parcel

109-368

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

6044 Page-654 2021 015148-00

Tax assessed $3,531.39, Balance

due $1,047.29

IRVING DEVELOPMENT

LLC

78,408 Sq.Ft. of land situated

at 0 GREENWOOD RD Parcel

115-020

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36565 Page-157 2021 015346-00

Tax assessed $287.43, Balance

due $203.51

O’TOOLE PAUL F

Subsequent

Owner

LITTLEFIELD KEITH

7,501 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 18 GREENWOOD RD Parcel

115-060

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

39602 Page-221 2021 015369-00

Tax assessed $4,070.67, Balance

due $1,172.81


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The Commonwealth of

Massachusetts City of Peabody

The owner or occupants of

the following described parcels

of land situated in the City

of Peabody, in the County of

Essex and the Commonwealth

of Massachusetts, and the

public, are hereby notified that

the taxes, thereon, severally

assessed for the years(s) hereinafter

specified, according to

the list committed to me as the

Collector of Taxes for the City

of Peabody by the Board of

Assessors of said city, remain

unpaid, and that said parcels

of land will be taken for the

City of Peabody on October

01, 2021, at 10 a.m. for the

principal and interest, if any,

with all legal costs and charges

thereon unless the same shall

be previously discharged, all

plans referred to are on file in

the Assessor’s Office.

Christopher Morfis, City

Collector

IRVING DEVELOPMENT LLC

42,658 Sq.Ft. of land situated

at 0 GREENWOOD RD Parcel

115-230

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

36640 Page-579 2021 015523-00

Tax assessed $508.77, Balance

due $352.97

REID WILLIAM E & CAROL E

5,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 84 GLENWAY AVE Parcel

115-268

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

5782 Page-203 2021 015537-00

Tax assessed $4,037.82, Balance

due $4,542.94

CARROCA JORGE M &

JENNIFER L

6,011 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 19 LONGVIEW WAY Parcel

116-010

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

18338 Page-572 2021 015649-00

Tax assessed $5,100.62, Balance

due $1,107.96

MOUZITHRAS ISIDOROS &

EMMANUEL

10,302 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 29 LINDEN RD Parcel

116-047

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

12817 Page-85 2021 015687-00

Tax assessed $8,497.35, Balance

due $9,461.26

MACDONALD FRANCIS &

ANGEL D

10,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 67 EMERSON AVE Parcel

116-131

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

17555 Page-549 2021 015770-00

Tax assessed $4,613.94, Balance

due $501.74

KEENAN MARY LORETTA

Subsequent Owner KEENAN

MARY L & WALTER A TRS

6,656 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 2 MACARTHUR CIR Parcel

116-247

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

38530 Page-217 2021 015888-00

Tax assessed $3,504.90, Balance

due $2,078.33

MANUEL PAMELA

3,999 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 32 ROCKWAY RD Parcel

120-042

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

Page- 2021 015960-00

Land Court Cert#-92974

Land Court Cert#-606647

Tax assessed $3,663.82, Balance

due $984.80

CELANI STEVEN V & CARLA

J

7,928 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 33 ROCKWAY RD Parcel

120-053

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

Page- 2021 015972-00

Land Court Cert#-C69926

Land Court Cert#-D349413

Tax assessed $4,280.74, Balance

due $246.33

THORPE MARGARET L

TRUSTEE

THORPE FAMILY REALTY

TRUST

5,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 32 GLENDALE AVE Parcel

120-082

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

Page- 2021 016000-00

Land Court Cert#-C59103

Land Court Cert#-D244676

Tax assessed $3,549.40, Balance

due $2,952.42

CHENEY GEORGE C & JOAN

D LIFE EST

CHENEY G C & J D TRUSTEES

4,500 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 230 LYNN ST Parcel 120-144

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

Page- 2021 016067-00

Land Court Cert#-87412

Land Court Cert#-551559

Tax assessed $4,165.91, Balance

due $4,641.33

JENKINS LIZ M

10,001 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 45 GEDNEY DR Parcel

119-067

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35662 Page-335 2021 017253-00

Tax assessed $6,548.73, Balance

due $742.85

BROWN DEREK K &

FRAMPTON BRANT D TRS

B & D MASON TRUST

4,578 Sq.Ft. of land with improvements

situated

at 18 MASON ST REAR Parcel

095-046A

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

34434 Page-409 2021 017326-00

Tax assessed $4,101.68, Balance

due $4,611.27

CIRCLE STORAGE LLC

33,759 Sq.Ft. of land situated

at 0 NEWBURY ST Parcel

057-074X

Registry of Deeds Deed Book-

35961 Page-76 2021 017503-00

Tax assessed $2,607.68, Balance

due $2,953.64

Chabad family fair rings in a sweet New Year

PHOTOS | Katelyn Sahagian

Talia, 12, and her little brother Shalev, 4, decorate honey jars at Chabad of

Peabody’s Rosh Hashanah Family Fair last Wednesday.

Brianna Feinberg, 11, writes a happy New Year card for Rosh Hashanah.

Emunah Nathan, 6, focuses on which markers to use to decorate her New

Year card.

Shaya Schusterman, 12, and his younger brother Levi, 10, play a game together

at Chabad of Peabody’s Rosh Hashanah Family Fair.


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Preliminary election fever takes Peabody

PHOTOS | Spenser Hasak

A woman patiently waits to cast her vote at Higgins Middle School during Peabody’s

preliminary election on Tuesday.

Mark Salerno, 2, campaigns for Julie Daigle outside of Higgins Middle

School on Tuesday.

Peabody City Councilor-at-Large candidate Bukia Chalvire, center, campaigns at

Higgins Middle School Ryan Morrison and Kelly Rydzekski.

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