Sunday, February 10, 2013
School Superintendent Dr. Michael Harvey announced on Sunday evening that schools would definitely open as usual on Monday.
Streets, bus stops and the school grounds have all been plowed after the weekend blizzard and Hamilton-Wenham Regional School District schools will open on Monday, according to School Superintendent Dr. Michael Harvey. Hamilton-Wenham Patch reported earlier on Sunday that the plowing and snow removal was on track for schools to open. But at about 8 p.m. on Sunday, Harvey said in a Connect-CTY e-mail and phone message that schools would definitely be open on Monday. The school district’s bus contractor, Salter Bus Company, said it does not “anticipate any major difficulty in completing their bus runs in the morning,” he said. The Department of Public Works from both Hamilton and Wenham “have concluded their major snow removal operations,” …
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Here's a list of open business in Hamilton and Wenham on Saturday night following the Blizzard of 2013.
Here’s an unofficial list of some businesses in Hamilton and Wenham that are open on Saturday night after the driving ban was lifted at 4 p.m. This list was compiled with the help of our Facebook fans. As always, it is still best to call ahead. Know another business that is open? Add it in the comments section. Black Cow Community Package Store CVS Daniella's Pizza Hamilton Convienience Hamilton House of Pizza The Farm (Essex) If you own or manage a business that is open tonight, or you know about a business that is open on Saturday night, post it below in the comments section.
Friday, February 8, 2013
Is the grocery store out of bread? Are people packing the hardware store? Take a picture of how you are prepared for the storm and upload it here!
Have you been rushing around to get everything done before the full force of the blizzard arrives Friday? Maybe you've been busy running to Crosby's Market in classic New England fashion and buying your milk, bread and canned goods? Did you run to Dawson's Hardware and buy a new shovel or salt? Or, maybe you're a Department of Public Works employee getting the plow ready? We want to see what you're been up to getting ready for the storm. Post your photos of what you've seen in the stores and what you are doing around your house to get ready to our media gallery above by clicking the green "upload photos and video" button above! What are you buying to prepare for the storm? How did you get ready for the blizzard? Tell us in the comment …