5 Stories That Made Waves This Week
In case you missed something, here's a look back at our top five stories.
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.
Body Found Off of Marblehead Identified: A representative of the Essex District Attorney's Office has identified the body discovered in the waters off of Marblehead Monday afternoon as Maryan Lisovich, 23, of Lynn, who went missing while kayaking last month.
Now Open: Terry's Ice Cream: Terry's Ice Cream Shop reopened in their new space on Atlantic Avenue Saturday. It's been more than a year since Terry's owner Carlos Rocha had to close his doors after an electrical fire left his former location on School Street with extensive water and smoke damage.
What Should Go Here?: Atlantic Avenue: It looks like two brand new commercial spaces are going to be available in a 2,000-square-foot building coming to Atlantic Avenue sometime next year. The building will be built on the property that currently houses the former Fruit of the Four Seasons building, which is expected to be torn down by the end of the year to make way for a new one-story commercial space.
Lost For 50 Years, Historic Marker Returns: The theft of the Ocean Avenue tercentenary marker was something that Selectmen Harry C. Christensen Jr. called "one of the great Marblehead mysteries." On Tuesday, the long-missing historical marker, one of four erected in Marblehead in 1930, was reinstated at the intersection of Beach Street and Ocean Avenue, thanks to the efforts of the Marblehead Historical Commission.
Now Open: Museum's 1812 Exhibit: The Marblehead Museum and Historical Society recently unveiled their new exhibit "Marblehead and the War of 1812: Patriots, Prisoners and Privateers. Check out this post, which offers a closer look at some of the items currently on display.
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