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.
Fire Officials Still Investigating McKinley Road Fire: Local fire officials are still investigating the cause of a particularly dangerous two-alarm fire that broke out in the basement of a McKinley Road home early Thursday morning.
Casa Corona Granted Marblehead's First BYOB License: Feel like a glass of wine with your guacamole? How about a cold beer with those nachos? Casa Corona, an authentic Mexican restaurant that opened on Smith Street in August, was granted Marblehead's first ever carry-in alcoholic beverage license at Wednesday's meeting of the Board of Selectmen.
Road Race Provides for True 'Festivus Miracle': When Marblehead firefighter Matthew Christensen found out that Salem's new Festivus 5K Roadrace would benefit the Autism Society, he decided to sign up. Christensen's son, Mac, was diagnosed with autism this past summer and running a road race in his honor, he thought, would be a fun way to support a worthy cause that is close to his heart.
Marblehead Family Welcomes 12-12-12 Baby: Leo Madigan-Patten picked a very special day to enter the world: 12-12-12. Earlier in the year when parents Russ and Jayne Madigan-Patten found out their baby boy's due date was Dec. 12, they thought a 12-12-12 birthday would be fun and interesting, but didn't figure he'd actually be born that day.
Marblehead Teen Charged With Selling Marijuana in School Zone: A Marblehead teen accused of selling marijuana to an undercover cop near Veterans Middle School denied drug charges in court Monday afternoon.
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