Mayor’s Office

Cities of Beverly, Lynn, Peabody, and Salem Announce Regional Relief Fund for Residents to Support those Impacted by Merrimack Valley Gas Fires

Today Beverly Mayor Michael Cahill, Lynn Mayor Thomas M. McGee, Peabody Mayor Edward A. Bettencourt, Jr, and Salem Mayor Kim Driscoll announced the establishment of the North Shore-Merrimack Valley Relief Fund for residents of their cities to donate directly to those displaced or impacted by the natural gas explosions and

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The City of Beverly was recently awarded two grants by the Baker-Polito Administration’s Seaport Economic Council. A $400,000 grant award will fund the replacement of the existing anchor system for the recreational docks located at Glover Wharf with guided piles. The project will address important safety and equipment concerns for

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People’s United Bank Donates to Mayor Cahill’s Summer Literacy Program

People’s United Community Foundation of Eastern Massachusetts, the charitable arm of People’s United Bank (Massachusetts), recently donated $15,000 to Building a Better Beverly in support of Mayor Cahill’s Summer Literacy Program. The Summer Literacy Program will fund 120 students for 6 weeks of summer literacy learning and fun day camp

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Downtown Parking Changes Effective November 1. For more details visit