Sunday, January 27, 2013
Meet Arron Burke of Hamilton, a father of two who has invented a tool to help runners determine when their running shoes needs to be replaced.
Name: Aaron Burke Street: Harris Avenue Family: Wife of 17 years Kendra, daughter Lily, 12 and son Koa, 9. Occupation: Medical Device Engineer Hobbies/interests: Running, woodworking, and for the last two years starting a business. What are you passionate about? Solving hard problems. When you are in the thick of the problem, aggravation and doubt arise. But through prayer, counsel, patience and self control, great joy comes when a solution is discovered. I love to solve problems worth solving. What did you study in school? After my BS in Physics, I started working toward a MS in Physics, but my advisor and I did not see eye-to-eye so he got me a job instead. My resume has always felt incomplete without a MS but what does a 39 year old do…
Sunday, June 24, 2012
Wenham resident Paul Gamber is a dentist in Danvers but before going to dental school he was a bodyguard for Robert and Myra Kraft.
Name: Paul Gamber Street: Juniper Street, Wenham Family: Wife, Holly; Two daughters, Nora, 8 and Sadie, 5 Occupation: Dentist Hobbies/interests: I have always played sports and continue to play as much tennis and golf as possible. I have enjoyed coaching my daughter's soccer teams. I enjoy target shooting handguns and rifles. I like going to Sebago Lake, Maine in winter for snowmobiling and in summer for swimming and boating. What are you passionate about? My family and my occupation. Seems when looking back how fast time goes by. I don't want to miss any of their growing up and at the same time, I want to be the best at what I do professionally. I feel that if I am going to invest time in anything...I am going to try to be the best at …
Wednesday, March 30, 2011
A roundup of Hamilton Police and Fire Department activity for March 28-29.
The following activity for the Hamilton Police and Fire Department comes from the Hamilton-Wenham Emergency Center log for Monday, March 28 through Tuesday, March 29. Monday, March 28 10:40 a.m. A fire alarm was activated at Hamilton-Wenham Public Library on Union Street. 11:26 a.m. Paperwork was served at an Essex Street address. 12 p.m. A fire call was handled at a Harris Avenue address. 12:33 p.m. A fire call at a Lincoln Avenue address was unfounded. 12:45 p.m. Somebody was transported to the hospital after an ambulance call to a Maple Street address. 3:15 p.m. An animal call at Bay Road and Carriage Lane was gone when officers arrived. 3:31 p.m. An application for a firearms identification card was given to Hamilton police. 4:36 p.m. …
Friday, March 25, 2011
A look at some homes for sale in Hamilton and Wenham that have an open house scheduled for this Sunday. Look below the photos for addresses, times and prices.
Looking to move to Hamilton or Wenham or looking for a new home in town? Each Friday, we provide a list of five homes that are for sale and are holding open houses on Sunday.
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
"Frugal Family" is a weekly look at deals, sales and special offers in the two towns or nearby on the North Shore.
We're all watching our family budgets these days. Whether shopping with coupons or looking for two-for-one deals, we're taking advantage of all sorts of offers and savings that help us stretch our dollars. “Frugal Family” is dedicated to giving you five great local deals each week that will help your family’s bottom line, and since we do the scouting for you, you can save time as well as money. You are a big part of this column. Let us hear about the deals you've seen. Just e-mail them to Editor Bobby Gates at firstname.lastname@example.org. Then come back each Tuesday and see what we've uncovered together. 1. FRIENDS OF THE HAMILTON-WENHAM LIBRARY BOOK SALE DEAL: used books for low prices GOOD THROUGH: March 24 2. 15 WALNUT BISTRO DEAL: $25 gift …
Monday, March 14, 2011
Hamilton Town Hall was evacuated for about an hour on Monday morning after a slight odor of natural gas was detected.
Everything is back to normal after a natural gas odor at Hamilton Town Hall on Monday morning prompted an evacuation of the building for about an hour. The Fire Department and National Grid were called at about 8:45 a.m. for the smell of natural gas in the building, at 577 Bay Road. Town Manager Michael Lombardo said Town Hall employees were outside for about an hour while firefighters checked the building and called National Grid. Natural Grid workers replaced a flow regulator on the outside of the back of the building, Fire Chief Phil Stevens said. A slight leak was found by National Grid workers, he said, and he wasn’t even sure whether the gas could have gotten inside the building. “People are back in the building and we are open,” …