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.
Former Fruit of the Four Seasons May Be Demolished: If the investors looking to sell a recently-remediated market on Atlantic Avenue can't find the right tenant, they'll end up tearing it down to make way for a new building.
Will This Be the New Teen Center?: A local nonprofit that is hoping to open a teen-managed teen center in Marblehead may have found their new home on Pleasant Street, the organization's executive director said Monday.
Board to Revisit Outdoor Dining at Warwick Place: A proposal for a 32-seat outdoor dining area adjacent to the high-end restaurant expected to open on the first floor of Warwick Place sometime next year will be considered by the Zoning Board of Appeals next week, according to the posted agenda.
Park and Rec Endorses Effort for Synthetic Turf: At their meeting at the Marblehead Community Center Tuesday night, members of the Recreation and Parks Commission unanimously endorsed the Marblehead All-Sports Foundation's effort to install a synthetic turf field at Marblehead High School before the 2013 fall sports season.
'Movie Money' Advancing Memorial Park Proect: The ongoing redesign of Memorial Park will be completed thanks to funding from the Harold B. and Elizabeth Shattuck Memorial Fund and money the Recreation and Parks Commission raised by renting beach space to Grown Ups 2 film crews.
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