Melrose Weekly News on newsstands now...

Feb 22, 2018 by

MELROSE — Like what you see online in the Melrose Weekly News? Then you’ll love to get these stories, photos, sports and more in our free print edition, available now at these Melrose retailers: • MILANO SENIOR CENTER – 201 West Foster Street • MELROSE CITY HALL – 532 Main Street • MELROSE COOP BANK – 638 Main Street • YMCA – 497 Main Street • LUCEY’S SERVICE STATION – 889 Main Street • MELROSE WEEKLY NEWS OFFICE – Wakefield Item Building (26 Albion Street, Downtown...

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Villager on newsstands now

Feb 22, 2018 by

LYNNFIELD — Like what you see online in the Lynnfield Villager? Then you’ll love to get these stories, photos, sports and more in our print edition, available now at these Lynnfield retailers: • CENTRE MARKET – 588 Main Street • VILLAGE PHAMACY – 590 Main Street • PUMP & PANTRY – 793 Main Street • OLD TOWNE MARKET – 8 Post Office Square • VILLAGER OFFICE – 26 Albion Street (Downtown...

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Transcript on newsstands now

Feb 22, 2018 by

NORTH READING — Like what you see online in the Transcript? Then you’ll love to get these stories, photos, sports and more in our print edition, available now at these North Reading retailers: • 7- ELEVEN – 237 Main Street (corner North & Main Rte. 28N) • CARR’S HALLMARK – 265 Main Street (Stop & Shop Plaza) • CHRISTOPHER’S – 2 Washington Street • CONVENIENCE PLUS – 1 Main Street (Corner of Park & Main, Rte. 28N) • EASTGATE LIQUORS – 12 Main Street (Eastgate Plaza, Rte. 28S) • LUCKY MART – 202 North Street (corner of North & Main Rte. 28S) • ROUTE 28 CONVENIENCE – 4 Lowell Road • RYER’S – 162 Park Street • SPEEDWAY  – 231 Main Street (Rte. 28N) • STOP & SHOP – 265 Main Street (Stop &...

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Top 50 made at least $125K each last year...

Feb 22, 2018 by

By BOB BURGESS WAKEFIELD — The bar just keeps rising in the world of municipal employee compensation. In Wakefield, no one among the top 50 paid town workers in 2017 made less than $125,995. In 2016, no one in the top 50 made less than $120,000. As much as things change, however, they remain the same: only one woman is among the highest paid employees in Wakefield. And she oversees the town’s public school system. As is the case in any community, more police were among the town’s top paid public servants than any other group. Twenty two members of the Police Department made the top 50 list in the last calendar year, while 15 members of the Wakefield Municipal Gas and Light Department earned their way onto it. They were followed, in no...

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