5 Stories That Made Waves This Week
In case you missed something, here's a look back at this week's top 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.
Selectmen Pave the Way for BYOB in Marblehead: Get ready Marblehead, you may soon be able to bring beer and wine along with you when visiting properly-licensed local restaurants, thanks to a decision made by the Board of Selectmen Wednesday night.
Alleged Heroin Dealer Slams Local Police Vehicle: One of the Marblehead Police Department's surveillance vehicles was reportedly damaged Thursday night when a pair of alleged heroin dealers attempted to flee the scene of a controlled drug buy on Putnam Street in Salem.
Red Tops Blue in Flag Football Game: Marblehead High School senior girls outran Swampscott players in the 2012 Flag Football Bowl at Piper Field Friday night, 44-32. Both teams peeled off great sweeping touchdown runs from the outset.
Karaoke OK'd at Terry's Ice Cream Shop: At their meeting at Abbot Hall Wednesday night, the Board of Selectmen unanimously approved awarding Terry's owner Carlos Rocha an entertainment license so he could host karaoke on Friday and Saturday night.
When Will the Fruit of the Four Seasons Come Down?: Although the original plan was to have it torn down before winter arrives, the Fruit of the Four Seasons building won't be demolished until spring 2013, according to the Drumlin Group representative Richard Newburg.
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