Lynn MA

Located in eastern Massachusetts on the northern shore of Massachusetts Bay, Lynn is comprised of 10.47 square miles with a population of 89,050 people, making it the 9th largest city in the state of Massachusetts. [...]

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West Newbury MA

In 1635, settlers sailed through Plum Island Sound and up the Parker River, landing in Newbury. In 1819 West Newbury finally became a separate town from Newbury. Today West Newbury comprises approximately [...]

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Topsfield MA

The town of Topsfield is a small, rural town with a strong sense of community. Located approximately 20 miles north of Boston, Topsfield has a general population of 6,085 (2010 census) and occupies a land [...]

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Swampscott MA

The town of Swampscott is a beautiful and serene seaside community located approximately 12 miles northeast of Boston on the Atlantic coast. Swampscott is accessible by train service on the Boston to Newburyport [...]

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Salem MA

Salem is a waterfront community, 22.2 miles north of Boston, which is known for its maritime history and for the infamous Witchcraft Trials of 1692. Birthplace of the National Guard, Salem is a pedestrian-friendly [...]

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Rowley MA

The town of Rowley, located 32 miles north of Boston, was incorporated in 1639 and has maintained a rural setting while preserving much of its historic buildings and open spaces. Covering 20.3 square miles, [...]

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Newburyport MA

Located on the southern bank of the Merrimack River where it empties into the Atlantic Ocean, Newburyport has a long and rich history. It was once a fishing, shipbuilding and shipping center, with an industry [...]

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Newbury MA

Established in 1635, Newbury originally included the land that is now Newburyport and West Newbury. Early industry included Byfield Woolen Mills on the Falls, Old Tappan Grist Mill on Main Street, Sawmill [...]

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Middleton MA

The Town of Middleton, incorporated in 1728, covers an area of approximately 14.5 square miles and is 23 miles north of  Boston. It is primarily a residential community with some manufacturing activity. [...]

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Georgetown MA

Originally part of Rowley, MA, Georgetown was incorporated in 1838 and became a center for manufacturing. The most important industry became shoemaking, which continued through 1970 when the last shoe [...]

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