5 Stories That Made Waves This Week
In case you missed something, here are our top five stories of the week.
Here are our top five stories of the week, they are listed in no particular order. Click on the headlines to read the full story.
Larry David Movie Filming in Marblehead: Just when you thought it was all over - Hollywood film crews are coming back to Marblehead. As you've probably heard, Seinfeld creator and HBO star Larry David has been busy filming his new movie Clear History in locations along the North Shore this fall, including Beverly and North Andover.
Boat Burns in Marblehead Harbor: Firefighters aboard the Beverly Fire Department's fire boat quickly extinguished a fire that broke out on a vessel in Marblehead Harbor Sunday afternoon. The boat that burned was a 21-foot fiberglass center console boat and the blaze did not result in any injuries, according to a representative of the Beverly Fire Department.
Comella's Restaurant Coming to Atlantic Avenue: It looks like a Comella's Restaurant location will be opening on Atlantic Avenue in Marblehead. At their meeting at Abbot Hall Tuesday night, members of Marblehead's Zoning Board of Appeals unanimously approved a request from Comella's Restaurants co-owner John Comella to open up a restaurant in the former Moran Studios space at the corner of Commercial Street and Atlantic Avenue.
What Should Become of the Old Warwick Marquee?: The Board of Selectmen unanimously approved a request Monday afternoon for an overhanging sign at Warwick Place that is expected to be a replica of the original Warwick Theater marquee.
Civil War Rifle Traced Back to Marblehead: When Jim Hutton, of Henderson, Nevada, retired seven years ago, he decided to finally put some time into documenting and researching the antique guns in his personal collection. So, Hutton took a magnifying glass and began deciphering some of the faint markings he could make out on a long-forgotten Civil War-era rifle - and, after a second look, discovered that he was holding onto a piece of Marblehead's distant past.
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