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Column: Differing views on tax credits

Original article from The Salem News Not everyone was as happy as Harborlight Community Partners with the $6 million in tax credit allocations for local community development organizations announced this week as part of a broader state housing bill. Andrew DeFranza, executive director of the Beverly-based housing group, tweeted out effusive thank-yous to Sens. Joan Lovely, D-Salem, and Bruce Tarr,...


56th Salem News Student-Athlete Award to be handed out Thursday night

Original article from The Salem Eventing News What’s older than every James Bond movie ever made, as prestigious as any individual award handed out to high schoolers in the Bay State, and awarded each spring to the top student-athlete from across the North Shore landscape? When it comes to prestige, notoriety and accomplishment, The Salem News Student-Athlete Award — which...


Sewer next issue for Fuller project Partners hope to break ground in fall

Courtesy photo/An artist’s rendering of the proposed Fuller School site development. An agreement calling for building 30 units of affordable housing within the 200-unit complex planned for the Fuller School site is being hailed as a key breakthrough that can move the entire $70 million Fuller redevelopment project forward. But city officials and leaders of the Fuller partnership seeking to...


Letter: Fuller deal should bring 83 affordable units

To the editor: The YMCA is planning to build 53 low-income units at its Middle Street site with Harborlight Community Partners. LDS Consultant Group determined Dolben’s 200-unit apartment project at Fuller does not meet a financial hardship standard to justify in-lieu payment to waive the required 30 affordable units under the city’s inclusionary housing ordinance. The development group is willing...


Event Date

October 7 @ 6:00 pm

Event Location

The Cabot