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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
Lynnfield neighborhood would bear brunt of Peabody's medical pot district

Editor's note: After the Villager went to press, Peabody's mayor contacted Danielle Berdahn, the neighborhood advocate who brought this matter to the attention to the Lynnfield Board of Selectmen. According to Berdahn, the mayor said he would recommend to the Peabody City Council that the zoning boundaries of Peabody's medical marijuana facilities be revised so as not to impact Lynnfield streets such as Green Street and the surrounding neighborhood.

New textile donation boxes raising funds for PTOs

The Lynnfield Public Schools PTOs have partnered with Bay State Textiles in order to raise funds for guest speakers next year. Bay State Textiles services over 120 municipalities throughout Massachusetts.

State could let retiree convicts cash in

Longtime state employees convicted of serious crimes would still keep part of their taxpayer-funded pensions for the rest of their lives, even if their misdeeds directly involved their job, under a proposal critics slammed as a "radical" softening of the state retirement law. The recommendations from the Special Commission on Pension Forfeiture follow several high-profile cases that have already reshaped case law.

2 men plead not guilty in gruesome double killing

Prosecutors say a man killed two people after they moved into a Massachusetts property where he had been running a drug operation. Wes Doughty pleaded not guilty Monday in Salem to charges of murder and rape in the February deaths of 37-year-old Mark Greenlaw and his fiancee, 40-year-old Jennifer O'Connor.

Salem Horror Fest Announces Inaugural Line Up

If you're going to create a horror film festival, there are few places on this planet that I think are better suited to host such an event as Salem, Massachusetts. The home of the infamous Salem Witch Trials, the town embraces the dark history of its past, making it a prime destination for any horror fan, especially during the Halloween season.

Retired Brigadier General visits middle schoolers

Retired Brigadier General John O'Neil IV made a special appearance at Somersworth Middle School Monday morning, helping the students understand empathy. The visit was arranged by Kaley Waterman, a 7th grade social studies teacher, who knew of O'Neil through his sister, Donna Drolet, who also works at the school.

Summer Arts Preview

THE PHILOSOPHY CHAMBER: ART AND SCIENCE IN HARVARD'S TEACHING CABINET, 1766-1820 The Philosophy Chamber, a proto-museum and laboratory, housed art, artifacts, scientific instruments, and more. Curators have reassembled a portion of the dispersed collection, investigating how knowledge was shaped in early America.

Armando R. Vesprini, 91

Armando R. Vesprini, 91,the beloved husband of Mary , passed away quietly on May 2, 2017 at Brooksby Village in Peabody after a year long period of declining health. Born in Everett, in 1926 to Nazzareno and Michelina Vesprini, who immigrated from Italy in October 1920, Armando, affectionately known by all as "Mandy," was one of six children and grew up in the neighborhood of Everett known as the village.

Grisly details emerge in double homicide

One of the two men behind a brutal Peabody double-murder in February raped the female victim and both assailants tried to burn down the home where police found the victims' bodies in a bloody scene, according to grand jury indictments. Wes Doughty, 39, was indicted on two counts of murder and one count each of rape, attempted arson, carjacking, kidnapping, and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, court documents filed Tuesday show.

Polito denies involvement in hiring of contributors' son

Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito said Tuesday she did not have any involvement in the decision to hire the son of campaign contributors for a new job in the Baker administration last August more than a year after the man had been arrested for drugged driving and left his job as a court officer. The Boston Globe reported on Tuesday that Anthony Virgilio, a 37-year-old Peabody resident, had been hired in August for a new job at a salary of $72,000 as a facilities health and safety manager in the office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.

After arrest, son of Polito supporters lands state job

It seemed that Anthony G. Virgilio's career in state service might be in jeopardy after he was charged with OUI and leaving the scene of an accident. He soon left his job as a court officer, but within a year landed a newly created $72,000-a-year job for a member of Governor Charlie Baker's Cabinet.

History, blood line inspire book about Groton Civil War surgeon

Blood. Her grandfather is his grandson. Mary McConnell heard many stories from her grandfather about Dr. Norman Smith but thought they might be more wishful thinking than reality.

AG: Vending machine company was a front for illegal gambling operation

The owners of North Andover-based Four Star Vending Inc. have been charged with using the firm to run an illegal gambling and money laundering scheme, Attorney General Maura Healey's office announced Tuesday. Healey's office said Four Star placed video slot and poker machines that could be used for gambling in bars and social clubs throughout Massachusetts and New York, then split the proceeds with those establishments' owners.

Peabody police officer struck while working detail

A Peabody police officer suffered minor injuries Monday night when he was struck by a vehicle while working a detail, a department official said. The car struck the officer on Lowell Street near Larrabee Terrace shortly before 9:45 p.m., and he was taken to an area hospital, said Sergeant Douglas Marcus.

Pellana, Oak + Rowan bigs committed to cancer fight

Brian Mercury, Pastry Chef at Oak + Rowan in Boston and Daniella Mammola, owner and operator of Pellana Steakhouse and Daniella's Cafe in Peabody and Danvers promoting Bakes for Breast Cancer on Herald Radio on Monday, May 01, 2017. Staff photo by Matt Stone Brian Mercury, Pastry Chef at Oak + Rowan in Boston and Daniella Mammola, owner and operator of Pellana Steakhouse and Daniella's Cafe in Peabody and Danvers promoting Bakes for Breast Cancer on Herald Radio on Monday, May 01, 2017.

Fitzgerald: Remembering White's 'Florence Nightingale'

There was an air of "The Last Hurrah" as Bob Crane, then 85, stepped to the microphone at St. Cecilia Church in the Back Bay to eulogize his pal Kevin White, the legendary four-term mayor of this city who was 82 when he succumbed to Alzheimer's disease five years ago. Everyone expected Crane, who was Massachusetts' state treasurer for a record 27 years, to regale the massive congregation with raucous recollections of the salad days they shared, and he did not disappoint.

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