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Wenham town officials met with new state program about a grant to make regional initiative more efficient.
The Patton Family Gift Advisory Committee is both excited and cautious about opportunities for the 27-acre Patton tract presents for Hamilton.
The Hamilton-Wenham Regional School Committee ratified the fiscal 2013 budget number that was approved by Hamilton Town Meeting on Saturday.
One Hamilton Planning Board member says that Mike's Auto Repair should be allowed to sell used cars “over my dead body.”
Hamilton's current sign law is being described as "impenetrable" and will be rewritten, according to the chairman of the Zoning Board of Appeals.
U.S. Sen. John Kerry made the inaugural address at the Richard L. Gross Distinguished Lecture Series at Gordon College in Wenham on Monday.
There's still no resolution to a dispute between the Maples condominium board and a neighbor about the size of trees that will be replanted to replace 13 Hemlock trees that were cut down two years ago.
No clear solution to ensure that Wise Living will build lower-priced housing if allowed to develop Penguin Hall.
Mullen calls senior living project on his property 'a last ditch effort' to avoid selling it for apartments.
An attorney for The Maples in Wenham presented a planting plan to the Wenham Planning Board on Thursday night to replace more than a dozen trees that were cut down nearly two years ago.
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