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03.16.2018

$10K raised for Meals on Wheels After 43 years, breakfast moved to March

More than 300 people turned out Friday morning for a SeniorCare Inc. fundraiser — a spring celebration for the organization’s […]

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03.13.2018

Our view: In Hamilton, a teenager helps lead the way

The town of Hamilton has earned a reputation on the North Shore as one of the area’s least supportive communities […]

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03.11.2018

Young advocate pushes affordable housing in Hamilton

HAMILTON — As conversations around affordable housing in town continue, a group of advocates has begun attending meetings on the […]

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03.09.2018

Should mobile homes be counted as part of a community’s affordable housing stock?

YES Kevin Kuros State representative, Uxbridge Republican Kevin Kuros Yes, these units should be counted as affordable housing, but first […]

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03.05.2018

Fuller partnership, city talk affordable housing Both sides attempt to connect Fuller, Middle Street projects together

This an artist’s rendering of Cape Ann YMCA’s proposed Housing at Middle Street project. The existing Patillo Building could be […]

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02.01.2018

Housing supply and demand

A housing crunch pressing in on eastern Massachusetts doesn’t get solved with a few strokes — even bold ones like […]

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01.28.2018

Shelter Fest raises funds, awareness

BEVERLY – An all-day music festival Saturday in downtown Beverly raised money and awareness for the Harborlight Community Partners, North […]

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01.26.2018

Letter: Fuller proposal designed to benefit Gloucester’s citizens pushes affordable housing in

This an artist’s rendering of Cape Ann YMCA’s proposed Housing at Middle Street project. The existing Patillo Building could be […]

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01.26.2018

A heroic rescue, a company move, and a teaching fellowship

Detective Steven Petrone and Officer Daniel Richmond were honored at a Jan. 8 Board of Selectmen’s meeting in Groveland for […]

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01.24.2018

5 Things to do this week: Jan. 26 – Feb. 2

The Wondertwins will present To Hip-Hop, With Love Jan. 27 at the Sophia Gordon Center. [Courtesy Photo] 1 Hitchcock & […]

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01.24.2018

Beverly church to host Shelter Fest

The Evan Goodrow Band will headline this weekend’s Shelter Fest at First Baptist Church in Beverly An all-day music festival […]

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01.21.2018

Business Briefcase

Milestones Abby Rausch and Sarah Lubeck, residents of Marblehead and real estate agents at Harborside Sotheby’s International Realty, have been […]

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01.19.2018

A charity music festival, and a college partnership

The Evan Goodrow Band headlines North Shore Shelter Fest Jan. 27 in Beverly. North Shore Shelter Fest will be held […]

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01.10.2018

North Shore News in Brief

The Chinese Folk Art Workshop of Boston will host a Chinese New Year celebration on Saturday, Feb. 3, at 4 […]

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01.09.2018

Harborlight mulls starting Willow Street apartment project in Hamilton

The former Mac’s Shoe, part of the 59/63 Willow Street property owned by the Hamilton Development Corporation. The property is […]

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06.07.2017

A few thoughts about our year in Hamilton: part 2

Good evening. After the Hamilton Board of Selectmen meeting on May 1, 2017 Harborlight Community Partners (HCP) has received numerous […]

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06.01.2017

A few thoughts about our year in Hamilton: part 1

Good evening. After the Hamilton Board of Selectmen meeting on May 1, 2017 Harborlight Community Partners (HCP) has received numerous […]

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05.16.2017

A Word About Why We Do This Work

By Andrew DeFranza The following is an excerpt of Andrew's speech at the Greater Beverly Chamber of Commerce Leadership Series event […]

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04.13.2017

Caring for others in the most mundane ways through hard work, compassion, kindness.

My name is Mike McFadden and I am the Turtle Creek maintenance man.  I have been working for Harborlight Community […]

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04.02.2017

In this season I have you…my North Shore neighbors…on my mind

It’s a lovely day outside. A day that is desperately trying to move from Winter to Spring.  It is a […]

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01.12.2017

Affordable housing allows good people to stay on the North Shore

By Denise Frame Harlan My husband Scott and I were living a charmed life, the spring I turned 34. We […]

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12.11.2016

In a lop-sided world, we have a lot to share.

By Sarah Bartley My eyes were glued to the paper. The Globe didn't interview me,  I thought, but oh […]

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11.23.2016

Facing Food Insecurity: Nourishing our Neighbors

By Stacey Verge, Executive Director, Acord Food Pantry Did you realize that 1 in 8 people in Massachusetts suffer from […]

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10.09.2016

Sowing the Seeds of Empathy With Technology?

By Rich Lehrer A unique 3D printing partnership leads to deep learning and new friendships - for a group of […]

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