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.
Lost for 50 Years, Historic Marker Will Return to Ocean Avenue: The theft of the tercentenary marker on Ocean Avenue was one that Selectmen Harry C. Christensen Jr. referred to as "one of the great Marblehead mysteries. How did a 400-pound cast-iron marker simply disappear overnight in the 1960s?
Casa Corona Hoping for BYOB: Unable to secure a liquor license of their own, the owners of the recently-opened Casa Corona Restaurant are now looking for permission to have their customers bring alcohol in with them.
Local Teen Arrested for Selling Marijuana, Pills: A local teen allegedly found to be in possession of approximately five ounces of marijuana, more than $1,000 in cash and 33 unmarked white pill capsules Friday night denied charges at his arraignment Monday morning.
Marblehead Honors Those Lost on September 11th: The Marblehead Fire and Police Departments joined departments across the country in conducting a remembrance ceremony Tuesday morning at Memorial Park to commemorate the eleven-year anniversary of September 11th.
Missing Kayaker Attended Marblehead Schools: A state police helicopter and boat are continuing the search for missing kayaker Maryan Lisovich, 23, of Lynn. As of 11 a.m. Tuesday the helicopter was sweeping the coast off Swampscott and the state police dive team was on the water searching.
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