Salem's Top 5 Stories of the Week
In case you missed something, here's a look back at our top stories of the week.
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:
Man Beaten During Road Road Incident at Market Basket: A Salem man was reportedly beaten in front of his wife and baby Sunday afternoon following an alleged road rage incident in the Market Basket parking lot.
Driscoll, Tierney Help Dedicate Downtown Salem Plaque: Several of the speakers at Thursday's downtown Salem plaque dedication pointed out that the corner of Washington and Front streets was well-known for years as the spot where a Salem man would hold signs and shout antisemitic comments to passing motorists.
Paczkis Are Back at Coffee Time Bake Shop: When an employee at Coffee Time Bake Shop accidentally added three extra zeroes to a sign that was meant to suggest that the shop's paczkis had a million calories, Robert Liani Jr. didn't bother fixing it.
Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Arrive in Salem: If you're one of the environmentally-friendly city residents who is driving an electric car around the streets of Salem, you now have a few new places to park and charge up.
A Look Around Salem's Scarlet Letter Press & Gallery: The Scarlet Letter Press & Gallery, which opened for business on Wharf Street in October, is a family-run business offering far more than just business cards and local art.
For more of this week's stories, check out our news section.