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On October 28, 1915, 21 young girls lost their lives in a tragic fire at the St. John's School on Chestnut Street in the downtown Peabody area. The 21 girls who were trapped were found after the fire subsided, huddled together and burnt beyond recognition, on the other side of the entrance - just steps away from survival. Because of this, Peabody became the first city to make a law that said all doors must push out.

Population: 53000
Local Newspapers: The Eagle-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
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Towns/Cities near peabody, massachusetts : Salem Beverly Swampscott Danvers Wakefield

Peabody News
Arrest Log: 3/9/2018

Ricardo Demelo, 27, 70 Meadowcroft St.; warrant , unregistered motor vehicle, seat belt violation, operating without license. -- Fernanda Stefanom, 31, 7 Buxton St., Apt.

Nixon Peabody signs lease at 53 State, shrinking its footprint

Nixon Peabody LLP has signed a lease to move into 105,000 square feet at 53 State St. in downtown Boston, a significantly smaller space than the law firm's current office at 100 Summer St. The announcement of the lease confirms the Business Journal's reporting in January that Nixon planned to move to 53 State, in space formerly occupied by ... (more)

So why do we watch - The Bachelor'?

Amy Kaufman remembers telling her parents she wanted to write a book about ABC's long-running romance reality franchise, "The Bachelor." Now that the Massachusetts native has written "Bachelor Nation," which will be released by Dutton on Tuesday, she can tell you that while the topic may seem trivial it undeniably qualifies as a cultural phenomenon.

Uniformity in user fees

School Committee members agreed to revisit the athletic fees and co-op teams policy Monday night after concerns were raised regarding high user fee costs for the varsity girls' ice hockey team. The team currently participates in a co-op program with Lynnfield and Peabody, playing for the Peabody Veterans Memorial High School Tanners.

Mass. man pleads not guilty to child sex crime in Vt.

James Henderson, 29, of Peabody, Massachusetts, pleaded not guilty in a Vermont courtroom Monday to lewd and lascivious conduct with a child. Police say Henderson exposed himself to a teenage girl he knew inside a condo at Jay Peak.

Dog thrown out of car window reunited with rightful owner

A little dog who was thrown out of an SUV in Everett last month has been reunited with his rightful owner. Theron Miller, 54, of Montana, picked up his Chihuahua-beagle mix at the Everett police station on Monday afternoon, putting an end to a weeks-long ordeal that began Jan. 30 .

K-9 trooper placed on leave, facing internal investigation

A state trooper has been placed on administrative leave and is now the subject of an internal investigation, the agency confirmed yesterday. Trooper Leigha Genduso was placed on paid administrative leave Monday, according to state police spokesman David Procopio.

Road rage cited as possible cause of fatal shooting

Prosecutors say an apparent case of road rage led to a fatal shooting in Massachusetts and a 20-year-old woman facing a murder charge. The Middlesex district attorney's office announced that Graciela Paulino faces arraignment Friday in the shooting death in Lowell on Thursday of 34-year-old Marc Devoe.

What we are working on 2/16/2018

It's Friday, Feb. 16. Here is some of what Sun staffers and other news providers are working on for and Saturday's print edition. An arrest was made in the apparent murder of a Peabody man in Lowell early Thursday afternoon.

4 arrested with 200 pounds of pot and hallucinogenic mushrooms

Four men were arrested in Danvers on Thursday after police seized 200 pounds of marijuana, THC-infused edible candies, hallucinogenic mushrooms, and tens of thousands of dollars, officials said. Officers arrested Gary Cioffi Jr. of Peabody, 34; Taylor Arellano of Lynn, 23; Donald Spongberg of Saugus, 26; and Thomas Iannello of Saugus, 29. All four will face multiple narcotics charges, police said in a statement.

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