Chef Anthony Caturano's second Tonno location will bring a new level of sophistication to the Wakefield dining scene within the framework of Italian favorites.
Danvers-based financial advisor Richard C. Cella, III CWS® has written the definitive guide for retiring baby boomers, "Your Personal Retirement Machine, A Guide to Financial Freedom."
Katie Greer will help concerned adults navigate social media and provide them with proactive ways to keeps kids safe.
The plungers helped raise funds for three local nonprofits.
The New England Chapter of the ICAA invited entries from firms not just from New England but from around the country for work performed in the region
Dr. Sheth is a board-certified internist focusing on women's health at Lahey Health and is currently co-chair of Indian Women Physicians Forum.
Thousands in prizes for raffle month, celebrating the 250th anniversary of the Lee Mansion.
Visit any Salem Five branch to enter to win the trip of a lifetime to Spring Training, including a meet and greet with Dustin Pedroia and family time in Disney World.
This family-friendly class will include a make-your-own-pizza experience followed by lunch during February school break.
On February 25, Harvest teams up with Furnishing Hope of Massachusetts to help those transitioning out of homelessness.
The fundraiser has caught the attention of Boston Celtics owner Wyc Grousbeck, who has offered to raffle off a signed basketball as a prize to support this initiative.
First class will be held February 21.
The city has a chance to win a $500,000 revitalization for small businesses.
Nonprofit celebrates 60 years of service to Massachusetts.
Kick off National Pizza Day on February 9 with half-priced pizza and appetizers every night after 10 p.m.
The need to seek resources outside of Night Shift's original Everett facility became apparent when existing space was officially maximized in early 2017.
Don’t miss this rare opportunity to get a close-up look at artifacts from the Marblehead Museum’s vast collection of over 60,000 items.
The Volvo Ocean Race Newport Stopover, scheduled May 8-20, will be a 13-day public celebration and festival.
Steve Klomps's lecture “Amesbury through Early Artifacts” will take place February 21 at the Amesbury Senior Community Center.
The riding club members raised over $1,300 to support individuals with special needs who ride therapy horses at Windrush.
Through the Smiles for Life Foundation, Dr. McAllister provided teeth whitening services to fundraise for children with special needs who take therapeutic riding classes at Windrush Farm.
Offerings include flat breads, wings, calzones, and more.
The ribbon cutting ceremony took place on December 15.
An associate in Pierce & Mandell, P.C.’s Health Law practice, Hoff will serve on Bridgewell’s Development and Marketing committee, effective immediately.
Firm celebrates a successful decade in business by making a significant investment in its future.
NEA Grant-funded installation, using recycled, decommissioned boats from the North Shore, by Chicago artist John Preus to open soon in Montserrat College of Art.
Featuring Chin Friction to benefit Pete Frates #3 Fund for ALS, February 8.
President Keenan emphasizes equality, social justice, and Salem upbringing.
Beauport Hotel partners with Stag’s Leap Winery for a four-course food and wine tasting, January 23.
The Peabody-based nonprofit reflects on 60 years of service.
Be the first to come to Misselwood Chateaux and experience an evening of fine dining featuring Vinwood Caterers.
Members of the general public are invited to reserve tickets, at no cost, to the January 19 inauguration of president John D. Keenan.
The New England blues musician extraordinaire will be performing at 9 Wallis on February 3.
Juanito Pascual’s New Flamenco Trio will be joined by dancer Nélida Tirado sponsored by Privateer Rum.
An evening celebrating local female horror writers at The Witch House.
This annual wedding showcase will be held at the Topsfield Fairgrounds.
The $3,000 award was given to Rachel Fein-Smolinski for her body of work “The Infinite Internal.”
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.
Fan favorite returns to shelves after five-year hiatus.
When local temperatures reach 15 degrees Fahrenheit, Davio’s will offer complimentary spring rolls.
Thin plastic bags will no longer be provided by Salem businesses after January 1; reusable bags encouraged.
With the support of Woburn’s NuPath agency, member Paul Hatzis was able to fulfill his dream of owning his own business.
The long-standing Boston destination attracts locals and visitors alike to its picturesque spot in America’s oldest public park.
Harborlight Community Partners expands Salem's affordable housing options with MassDevelopment bond.
Susan Labrie was selected from a host of talented candidates by the Portsmouth400 Steering Committee.
Beauport Cruiselines invites all to New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day festivities.
Spirited celebration of comedy and great local tastes marks third year, January 11-13.
The 10th annual Mitten Drive helps spread warmth to those less fortunate in Lowell and Lynn.
Packed with lively entertainment and bursting with colorful confetti, the two-hour event is free and open to the public.
8 ways to celebrate the season locally.