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"A Good Heat," a short tale from Newburyport

From Reminiscences of a Nonagenarian, by Sarah Anna Emery

In the latter half of the 18th Century, Mr. Gordon had a shipyard forge between Atkinson Common and Cashman Street. 225 more words


Amesbury girls win the rematch 53-35 over Newburyport

(Amesbury MA) Amesbury put runs of points together in both halves and defeated Newburyport, 53-35, on Friday night in Cape Ann League play.  The win avenges an earlier loss to the Clippers. 544 more words


Clutch free throws help Newburyport hold off Georgetown 50-47

(Newburyport MA) Newburyport (3-8) made four straight free throws in the final twenty-six seconds to defeat Georgetown, 50-47, on Friday night in Cape Ann League action. 655 more words


A Different Start in the New Year: Hangover Classic 2015-Massachusetts

Running the Hangover Classic in Salisbury, MA has become a quasi-New Year’s tradition in our family.  Amelia and I ran it first in 2009 when we decided to sign up for the… 1,111 more words


Newburyport rallies past Ipswich 61-58

(Ipswich MA) Newburyport trailed by eleven early in the second quarter but came all the way back to defeat Ipswich, 61-58, in Cape Ann League action on Friday night. 564 more words


Celebrating? A decade in the US

This month marks the tenth anniversary of my moving back to the US. I do not really know if it has flown by or inched along, I have little concept of time, and more so of ten years, and ten years where so much has happened. 358 more words

"Lord Dexter is a smart old man: Just try to catch him if you can!"

From Melissa Berry at anceSTORY Archives: “Lord Dexter is a smart old man: Just try to catch him if you can!”.

“If you travel to Newburyport, take a stroll by the former residence of one Timothy Dexter, the self-entitled first Lord of America and eighteenth century rags-to-riches mythical figure. 65 more words