Monday, April 22, 2013
The big banner will be at the Y tonight. Stop by and add your thoughts before the banner is sent to Mayor Menino on Tuesday.
If you weren't at Thursday's "Salem Stands With Boston" vigil, you might not have had a chance to sign a huge banner that's going to be presented from the Witch City to the Hub. The banner, festooned with hand-written well wishes in the wake of the Marathon bombings, will be at the YMCA at 1 Sewall tonight if you'd like to stop by and sign it. The banner will be sent to Mayor Thomas Menino and the City of Boston on Tuesday, according to an email from the city. Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll declared on Thursday that "We are one city," as thousands looked on during the vigil held on the Common.
Thursday, February 7, 2013
Mayor Kim Driscoll says she aims to help create a site that, "for the next 40 or 50 years" Salemites can be proud of.
Mayor Kim Driscoll was among the more than 200 people who attended a Wednesday "Executive Breakfast" featuring the CEO of the company that aims to transform the city's coal-fired facility into a smaller, cleaner — and much better looking gas plant. In this quick video, taken after Peter Furniss of Footprint Power spoke to a capacity crowd of more than 200 at Tuesday morning's North Shore Chamber of Commerce Executive Breakfast Forum, Driscoll gives a snapshot of what the project means to Salem.
Sunday, March 18, 2012
There were plenty of jokes and kind words for Sen. Fred Berry at State Rep. John Keenan's St. Patrick's Day breakfast.
The jokes were all in good fun at State Rep. John Keenan's annual St. Patrick's Day breakfast on Friday morning. The breakfast, which attracted officials from various North Shore communities, was held at George Carey's FINZ on Pickering Wharf. Be sure to check out our video for some of the humor from the morning.
Tuesday, January 24, 2012
The mayor and congressman are currently in Washington D.C.
Mayor Kimberly Driscoll and Congressman John Tierney will be present at the State of the Union address in Washington D.C. this evening (Tuesday). Driscoll, who was recently elected as president of the Massachusetts Mayors Association, is in Washington as Tierney's guest, according to a press release from Tierney's Office. According to the release, representatives from different federal agencies have briefed the mayor on her new role. The mayor and congressman have met with the Department of Transportation, Environmental Protection Agency and Housing and Urban Development during their time in the nation's capital. “I congratulate Mayor Driscoll on her new role and look forward to continuing our work together to strengthen our cities," …