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Mayor Ted Bettencourt delivered his first mid-term address and the City Council organized for the new year, choosing Tom Gould as Council President, during the annual city inaugural ceremony.
Schools, Count Us In
The 1,450 students of Higgins Middle School and their teachers walked together for 27 minutes in memory of the 26 students and teachers who died last Friday as well as the mother of the shooter.
The Peabody High boys are still hunting for a win, while the girls handily won their season opener, and the Crusaders over at Bishop Fenwick are off to a solid start.
Peabody Veterans Memorial High School and Bishop Fenwick get in last minute workouts and scrimmages as the season begins for basketball, ice hockey, indoor track, gymnastics, swimming and wrestling.
The Neighborhood Files
St. Adelaide's Church remembered the veterans of World War II at a special Mass Sunday morning.
On a beautiful Thanksgiving Day, 21 inductees to the Peabody High School Hall of Fame were recognized, a football game was fought against conference rival Saugus, the band played at halftime and all adjourned to turkey dinner.
The first annual Veterans Day breakfast drew a full house to the auditorium at City Hall.
Acton-Boxboro broke the Tanner's winning streak in October and then broke their hearts scoring on a 30-foot shot at the 5 minute mark of a second overtime.
Elections, Count Us In
New English speakers and several newly minted citizens (having spent the required five years waiting to become Americans) were brought through the voting process by a quartet of enthusiastic instructors at NSCAP headquarters on Central Street.
Police & Fire, Schools
Fallen Peabody firefighter James Rice, a 1987 graduate of St. John's Prep, was honored with an engraved monument at SJP just outside the left field fence of the baseball field.
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