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On October 28, 1915, 21 young girls lost their lives in a tragic fire at the St. John's School on Chestnut Street in the downtown Peabody area. The 21 girls who were trapped were found after the fire subsided, huddled together and burnt beyond recognition, on the other side of the entrance - just steps away from survival. Because of this, Peabody became the first city to make a law that said all doors must push out.

Population: 53000
Local Newspapers: The Eagle-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
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Zip Codes associated with peabody, massachusetts:
Towns/Cities near peabody, massachusetts : Salem Beverly Swampscott Danvers Wakefield

Peabody News
Peter W. Costas, 38

Born in Winchester on September 14, 1979, he was the beloved son of Barbara L. Costas of Lynnfield and the late George Costas. Peter was the beloved brother of John D. Costas of Andover, Karen C. Costas of Dedham and Alainie B. Costas of Revere.

A history lesson: Fitchburg's Joe Ward and Billy Galvin

Galvin, 67, has just done that, setting September 4 as the date for the 2018 primary election. His opponent, Boston City Councilor Josh Zakim, 34, does not like it because it is the day after Labor Day when voters are just back from vacation.

False missile alarm in Hawaii causes - terror' for Peabody native on honeymoon

A screen capture shows a false incoming ballistic missile emergency alert sent from the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency system on Saturday, Jan. 13. Honeymooners Phil and Katie Pham were eating breakfast outdoors at a Hawaiian resort on Saturday when they received a terrifying alert on their cellphones. ''Ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii,'' warned an 8:07 a.m. message, written in capital letters and transmitted across the state's cellphone networks.

Salem residents angry over museum's plan to move historical records

Salem is best known for the witch trials, but it was also a vitally important seaport in the Colonial economy and the hometown of Nathaniel Hawthorne, who took early inspiration for "The Scarlet Letter'' and "House of Seven Gables'' there. Now, angry residents say, a plan by the Peabody Essex Museum threatens to cut the city's link to its proud history.

Jonathan Wiggs/Globe Staff It's the kind of cold that - makes you reevaluate your life choices'

There was little more Nicole Giardina could have done - or, more precisely - worn. She had jeans underneath her thick coveralls, two pairs of wool socks under her snowboots, hat and gloves and several thermal shirts covered by a fat green work jacket.

Robert L. Sciascia, 93

Robert L. Sciascia, 93, of Reading, formerly of Wakefield, died on Monday, January 1, 2018 at the Daniel's House in Reading. Immediately after attending Winchester High School, Mr. Sciascia joined the U.S Army and served in WWII in Korea and Japan.

Lifestyle | Newport Manners & Etiquette: 2017 Revisited, Body-Shaming & Alcoholics

Setting goals for 2018, what to do when a friend body-shames you, when minimum wage isn't paid and what to do when a good friend's marriage is on the rocks were all questions to Didi Lorillard this week at NewportManners. Q. The morning after seeing an old friend at a New Year's Eve party, she forwarded me an email ad featuring a loose weight quick product along with a personal message from her saying, "Great seeing you last night, hope this product helps you in the New Year."

Anna Welsh, 78

Anna was born and raised in Italy until moving to the United States at the age of 15 and settling in Wakefield. While growing up in Italy, she trained as a seamstress.

Scoop: One Magnificent Morning on the CW - Saturday, January 6, 2018

DOG WHISPERER WITH CESAR MILLAN: FAMILY EDITION - Expedition Domestication Cesar meets Casey Anderson of "Expedition Wild" and actress Missi Pyle who are having a bear of a time with their two dogs at home. Bickering Canines Chico and Peanut are two Chihuahuas from California who have gone from friends to enemies.

Exhibits draw applause far and wide

The Fitchburg Art Musuem was named one of the best lesser-known art museums in the Northeast by the Huffington Post last week. "We're thrilled to be on this list, we're very proud and we're in great company," said Museum Director Nick Capasso.

Pair of Middleton inmates charged in attempted jailhouse drug-smuggling plot

An Essex sheriff's department probe has smashed an attempted jailhouse drug-smuggling operation, arresting four people and seizing drugs valued at $20,000. The four were arraigned this week in connection with trying to smuggle Suboxone strips into the Middleton House of Correction, according to a statement from the Essex district attorney's office.

Lynn man sentenced to life in prison for orchestrating deadly home invasion

A Lynn man with ties to the Bloods street gang who orchestrated a home invasion that killed 22-year-old Quintin Koehler in Billerica in 2012 was sentenced Friday to spend the rest of his life in state prison for the crime, officials said. The life term handed down to Adam Bradley, 32, came one day after his first-degree murder conviction in Middlesex Superior Court, District Attorney Marian T. Ryan's office said in a statement.

Community banks prepare to fight for deposits

Community banks are beginning to dust off their deposit gathering playbooks and consider how they can attract and retain funding as the Federal Reserve continues to raise interest rates. Since the financial crisis, the banking industry has been awash in liquidity, due to historically low rates and an overall slow economic recovery that spurred investors to keep their cash in banks.

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