Monthly Archives: December 2019

A Review of “American Maelstrom” by Michael Cohen

American Maelstrom: The 1968 Election and the Politics of Division by Michael Cohen My rating: 5 of 5 stars American Maelstrom Every four years we hear that the upcoming Presidential election is the most important in history, and there is … Continue reading

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Congratulations Seabrook Police Chief Brett Walker

The Board of Selectmen ratified the choice of Brett Walker as the new permanent Chief of Police in Seabrook this past week, approving his contract. Chief Walker has had a 16 year career with the Seabrook Police Department, serving as … Continue reading

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Seabrook Christmas Tree Lighting 2019

It was a bit chilly but there was a nice crowd on hand for the Seabrook Tree Lighting last night. Our thanks to Charlie Mabardy, who donated the tree for the event. Thanks to the Seabrook Lions Club for all … Continue reading

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Methuen Completes Rail Trail

I was delighted to be able to attend the ribbon cutting for the Methuen Rail Trail, which occurred last week. The completion of this trail comes after the City secured a $1.95 million Gateway Cities Parks Grant, which is such … Continue reading

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