5 Stories That Made Waves This Week
In case you missed something, here are our top stories of the week.
It was another busy week in Marblehead. Local police officers identified a suspect connected to last week's armed robbery of a Humphrey Street liquor store; Temple Emanu-El offered residents a Taste of the North Shore; and contract negotiations are underway for Marblehead's next Town Administrator.
1. Robbery Suspect Eyed in Other Area Hold-Ups: The Stoneham man accused of robbing Beach Bluff Liquors at knife-point last month has been tied to a string of similar crimes in towns across the North Shore.
2. What's Going on Offshore?: Every week we set out to answer a question submitted by one of our readers as part of our You Ask...Patch Answers column. On Tuesday, we helped out a local resident who was curious about two industrial ships that have been working off of Marblehead's causeway for the last few months.
3. Chelgren Planning March Departure: Although Jeff Chelgren hasn't officially announced that he's accepted a contract to take over as Town Administrator in Marblehead, a search to replace him is underway in Wenham.
5. Crowd Turns Out For Taste of the North Shore: Hundreds of area residents made their way to Temple Emanu-El Saturday night for the 7th annual Taste of the North Shore.
For more of this week's stories, check out our news section.