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.
Police Nab Alleged Thieves After Chase: The two men charged with breaking into seven cars in Marblehead early Sunday morning and running from police into Steer Swamp denied charges in court Tuesday afternoon.
What Will Warwick Place Look Like?: Now that construction is well-underway, local residents are beginning to wonder exactly what Warwick Place will look like when finished. Click through these photos for a look at Warwick Place now and what it is expected to look like six months from now.
Local Man Arrested for Heroin Possession: A local man, placed in protective custody Saturday night after police discovered him hiding behind a car on Ruby Avenue, was reportedly found to be in possession of 13 hypodermic needles, heroin and a rubber tourniquet.
A Grown Ups 2 Gift Gone to Waste?: Earlier this month, we ran a story announcing that Columbia Pictures had agreed to donate the materials from the Grown Ups 2 Ice Cream House at Gatchell Park to Marblehead High School's All Sports Boosters. Now that Columbia Pictures crews are preparing to take down the structure, it doesn't look like the donation is going to happen, a member of the Boosters Club said Tuesday afternoon.
Joey D's Italian Grill Opens on Pleasant Street: Joey D's Italian Grill owner Joseph Costanzo opened his doors to customers this week. Though not much has changed to the interior of the restaurant since Hooked Seafood & Grill closed, the nautical theme has been replaced with more traditional Italian decorations.
For more of this week's stories, check out our news section.