Fish Prints, Zombies and More North Shore Biz News
Here's a round-up of business news in the North Shore area.
Have you noticed a new store while driving around the North Shore recently? Patch loves small business and we try to cover every new opening. Here is a look at some recent business openings and happenings on the North Shore.
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Joe's Fish Prints and Tomo's Tackle is expected to open next month on Pickering Wharf in Salem.
Salem city councilors approved what is expected to be the first step toward a new $45 million mixed-use development at the intersection of Washington and Dodge streets.
Cinema Salem announced on Saturday that it will no longer be showing episodes of The Walking Dead.
We found this classic automobile outside of Conners Garage on Canal Street in Salem.
Affiliated Managers Group Inc. establishes office in Zurich.
Beverly Chamber awards seven categories at second annual Beverly Business Awards, held Thursday night at the Danversport Yacht Club.
Local team starts a chain reaction at Pinnacle Bike Works for the Tour de Cure.
Former Beverly CFO sentenced to five years in prison.
Local businesses that participated include Alexander's, Chrispy's Liquor & Lottery, Henry's Wine Cellar, North Beverly Food Mart, One Stop Market, and Ryal Side Liquors.
A hearing in superior court is scheduled for Tuesday. Total Outdoor Corp. claims it's all a clerical error with the wrong plans being filed, while the city argues the 92-foot billboard pole was installed in the wrong spot and needs to be moved.
The city has one all-alcohol license available for a restaurant or other business in Peabody looking to serve drinks.
City officials and the neighbors agree -- two abutting commercial and residential developments off Route 1 are a "disaster."
You never know what -- or who -- could be lurking outside your office cube.
The Maryland-based developer that has discussed a proposal to locate a slot parlor at Liberty Tree Mall will not hold a public meeting this week as once discussed.
Three taxi companies that have pending taxi licenses filed with the town of Danvers were given a temporary OK to immediately start picking up customers again.
Former Lorraine Roy owner and current Bella Sera Bridal consultant Jeanne Hennessey offers some picks from Sunday night's Oscar awards.
BAYADA Home Health Care celebrated the opening of its new office in Danvers.
After filing a lawsuit against Days Inn last year, the families who were living in moldy motels rooms have been moved out.
A former church on Holten Street is planned to be replaced by a new building with a cafe and six apartments.
The trim is painted, the sign is up and Comella's Restaurant is just days away from opening for business on Atlantic Avenue in Marblehead.
It's a career and resource fair for local high school students and local employers, which will be held March 12.
Marblehead's Hungry Betty's restaurant hosted an art/social activity that is trending across the nation, painting parties.
Chamber director taking position at North of Boston tourism bureau next month. Casey says she'll always carry a piece of Marblehead with her.
The new, bright hair salon is the only original tenant to return to the Gateway Building on Humphrey Street.