The $4-million Caribbean Coast exhibit is set to open in early June.
The team finds a creative way to replace the 150-year-old Washington Mills factory site's 10-foot-tall windows.
Steve Klomps's lecture “Amesbury through Early Artifacts” will take place February 21 at the Amesbury Senior Community Center.
The carefully researched walking trail originally designed by historian Valerie Cunningham is now part of a newly formed statewide nonprofit organization.
The awarded project will allow Greenbelt to work with Essex County farmers to keep farming a vital part of the region’s landscape and economy.
The duo behind Roost & Company debuts a new shop focused on home décor.
The Salem-based nonprofit hosts a celebratory event at its home, HarborPoint at Root in Salem.
The completely renovated Salem home offers three two-bedroom units.
Big Night Entertainment Group debuts new additions to Seaport Square.
These five enterprises have been in operation for more than five decades, displaying a dedication that keeps people coming back.
Visit one of these local bars to watch your favorite team this football season.
Artist Morgan Faulds Pike creates works of art steeped in history.
The stone expert celebrates 25 years, names new VP of operations, debuts new couture line, and more.
Rosewood Day Services provides technology, physical fitness, community integration, functional academics, and volunteer opportunities.
Northeast Arc is breaks barriers in Peabody with a new coffee shop.
Fit Revolution, Skeleton Key, Neem Medical Spa, and Quinstance will be joining the Lynnfield plaza.
10 tips from The Trustees on where to swim, camp, hike, and embrace the last gasp of summer in September 2017.
Our author explores everything new the town has to offer while Yankee Homecoming week provides the backdrop.
This lecture by David Moffat, trustee, will briefly examine patterns of land-use in Salem and some of the personalities of the district.
Proximity to nature and the shoreline drives luxury home sales.
The oldest residence for senior women in Salem is today’s finest example of a Rest Home licensed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
American Rhino, Mini Emporium, Skeleton Key, and Fit Revolution will be joining the plaza’s diverse community of shops, restaurants, and entertainment.
With your help, Northeast Arc will renovate the existing space at the Community Art Center.
Powder House Park and Learning Center packs a lot of learning into a small space.
Spend a night in a Connecticut lighthouse rich with history.
Integrated exhibitions and programs allow attendees to explore nature through art and science.
With miles and miles of coastline, the North Shore has some of the best beaches in New England. Here are a few favorites.
One of New England’s last remaining storefront caning businesses.
The sport has become a top fitness workout and it’s taking over the North Shore.
Amazon Prime offers a gift box to residents of this small seaside town.
All new amenities mixed with 19th century craftsmanship keeps the B&B’s “where history meets modern comfort” aesthetic.
Historic New England takes a landscape with roots under its wing, and a founding father’s family home rests in good hands.
Beverly’s own multipurpose theatre will take you back in time.
Supporting local farmers’ markets is a valuable service to your community—and beyond.
The Trustees of Reservations holds hidden gems waiting to be discovered.
Local things to do that won’t break the bank.
The Lynnfield location brings to the North Shore the innovative Muse Painter concept.
This area allows local artisans the opportunity to grow their business while creating beautiful, usable art.
Salem's historic museum expands further into the 21st century.
For 100 years, NSMC has been a lifeline for area residents. Now, it begins a $200 million expansion, consolidating campuses and taking local healthcare into the 21st century.
Witch City holds its 10th documentary film fest this spring.
A Stowe getaway is a chance to unwind in grand style.
Founder Maxwell Perry is helping keep Boston’s homeless warm—one blanket at a time.
The recently-opened Howard House in Brockton joins three other properties, including Pleasant Street Apartments in Beverly.
Alumna of Montserrat College of Art in Beverly, Kayla Whelan, is the winner of the first ornament design contest held by the White House Historical Association.
The 40,000-square-foot wing is designed by Ennead Architects.
The songs are a combination of Carroll and Butcher’s two worlds—mentoring and music.
The North Shore is full of seasonal activities for the sports enthusiast.
In his latest book, the author of The Perfect Storm argues that people have evolved to thrive in certain types of close-knit communities—and not the kind with white picket fences.
New store at Salem’s Historic Maritime Park celebrates the mercantile history of the coastline community.