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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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Peabody News
Road rage cited as possible cause of fatal shooting

Prosecutors say an apparent case of road rage led to a fatal shooting in Massachusetts and a 20-year-old woman facing a murder charge. The Middlesex district attorney's office announced that Graciela Paulino faces arraignment Friday in the shooting death in Lowell on Thursday of 34-year-old Marc Devoe.

What we are working on 2/16/2018

It's Friday, Feb. 16. Here is some of what Sun staffers and other news providers are working on for and Saturday's print edition. An arrest was made in the apparent murder of a Peabody man in Lowell early Thursday afternoon.

4 arrested with 200 pounds of pot and hallucinogenic mushrooms

Four men were arrested in Danvers on Thursday after police seized 200 pounds of marijuana, THC-infused edible candies, hallucinogenic mushrooms, and tens of thousands of dollars, officials said. Officers arrested Gary Cioffi Jr. of Peabody, 34; Taylor Arellano of Lynn, 23; Donald Spongberg of Saugus, 26; and Thomas Iannello of Saugus, 29. All four will face multiple narcotics charges, police said in a statement.

Plaques to be placed at places tied to Frederick Douglass

The street is downtown yet it's sandwiched between a parking lot and a parking garage. There is no plaque or sign explaining why it was named after the renowned abolitionist and author and what his connection is to New Bedford.

Father and son accused in armed robbery held for dangerousness hearing

A father and son who allegedly robbed the Starbucks cafe in Sutton on Saturday are being held without bail, pending a dangerousness hearing Friday. The pair were arraigned Monday in Uxbridge District Court.

Marguerite H. Burns, 96

She was born in Cambridge on September 13, 1921, and was the daughter of the late Emmanuel and Anne Moulis. Marguerite was a graduate of Somerville High School, Class of 1940.

BHCC Celebrates Black History Month with NPR Journalist Michele Norris

NPR journalist and author of The Grace of Silence Michele Norris spoke at Bunker Hill Community College on Thursday, February 8, 2018, kicking off the College's annual Black History Month celebration.

Apple Unfazed By iPhone Source Code Leak, But Solution Providers See Exploit Risk

Apple is contending that the posting of iOS source code online will not affect iPhone security, but enterprise mobility solution providers aren't so sure. "To allow this type of leak could be damaging to the strides [Apple has] made in securing their OS," said Paul Troisi, chief customer officer at Peabody, Mass.-based Troy Mobility.

Wheelock's - Beauty and the Beast' stars Filipina American sensation

Justine "Icy" Moral plays Belle in "Beauty and the Beast" at Wheelock Family Theater until March 4. Justine "Icy" Moral is not quite the same as Belle, the bookish heroine of "Beauty and the Beast." While Moral is as striking, intelligent and spunky, she hails from Maryland instead of France.

Prominent authors are scheduled to appear at UMass Dartmouth brunch

The Claire T. Carney Library Associates proudly presents its 12th annual Authors' Brunch on Sunday, April 22, 12 p.m., in the Woodland Commons at UMass Dartmouth. This year, the authors are biographers and will feature Megan Marshall, Susan L. Mizruchi and Leigh Montville.

After year on the run, suspect in 2012 Billerica slaying arraigned

A suspect in a 2012 slaying in Billerica who eluded police for more than a year will not get a chance to run again. A state police SWAT team found Steven Touch of Lynn hiding in a drawer built into a bed frame inside a Lynn apartment on Tuesday night.

Editorial: Don't slight Salem witch trial history

NO MATTER how rich or successful you become, you should always remember where you came from. Unfortunately, the Peabody Essex Museum seems to have forgotten.

Jeff Jacoby: Clamoring for the Berkshire Museum's death

WHEN THE financially struggling Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, Mass., publicly announced last July that it had decided to sell 40 items from its vast holdings - a 40,000-piece collection encompassing art, science, and history - it knew there would be pushback. Among the pieces being put up for auction were two wonderful Norman Rockwell paintings, " Shuffleton's Barbershop " and " Shaftsbury Blacksmith Shop ," donated to the museum decades earlier by the artist himself.

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.

Black and Gold rallies past Peabody

The Lynnfield-North Reading co-op wrestling team went 1-3 last week, bringing the Black and Gold's overall record to 6-14-1. SOPHOMORE Brandon Ouellette won his first varsity dual meet match after pinning his St. John's of Shrewsbury opponent in 2:34 on Jan. 21. Sophomore Chris Metrano came from behind to pin his opponent in 5:30.

Police searching property that was scene of brutal Peabody double murder

Investigators on Tuesday went back to the scene of a grisly double murder that occurred in Peabody last year, after "information was obtained that necessitates a further search of the property," the Essex district attorney's office said. Carrie Kimball Monahan, a spokeswoman for District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett's office, said in a statement that prosecutors, the FBI, and local and State Police were searching the property at 19 Farm Ave. after receiving the information.

FBI, police digging up yard outside 2017 double-murder house

File: Wes Cameron Doughty, left, appears in Peabody District Court for his arraignment on charges in the deaths of Jennifer O'Connor and Mark Greenlaw. FBI agents, state and local police are digging up land today around a Peabody house of horrors where last February a couple were murdered and partially buried under garbage and debris in a cellar.

New book published on New England's most accomplished families

A new book was released entitled "The Peabodys: New England's most accomplished family" by Richard Peabody Plumer. It profiles 10 Peabodys, who were greatly accomplished across the diverse fields of shipping, investment banking, philanthropy, public education, fine arts, literature, architecture, private education, the coal industry, military service, publishing, and politics including one of New Bedford's own.

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