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Drawings, photos offer hope to residents at Harborlight Community Partners

Drawings, photos offer hope to residents at Harborlight Community Partners May 2, 2020 The residents at Harborlight Community Partners in Beverly thrive on interaction, with each other as well as with family and friends who come to visit. But with social distancing measures currently in place to stop the spread of coronavirus, being confined to…

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Harborlight Community Partners provides update amid coronavirus pandemic

Harborlight Community Partners provides update amid coronavirus pandemic   By Jennie Oemig beverly@wickedlocal.com @BeverlyCitizen Posted Apr 27, 2020 at 3:47 PM   BEVERLY — Officials with Harborlight Community Partners, a North Shore affordable housing non-profit, have been continuing to monitor the situation regarding the coronavirus pandemic, sharing information on how the crisis is impacting the organization, its residents and staff. Via Facebook Live,…

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Beverly’s Briscoe Middle School to become affordable senior apartments

Beverly’s Briscoe Middle School to become affordable senior apartments Updated Nov 27, 2019 BEVERLY — The former Briscoe Middle School will soon serve as a housing option for many seniors in Beverly who are looking to downsize, yet stay in the community they love. Just before the Thanksgiving holiday, Beverly Mayor Michael Cahill announced the city awarded…

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Affordable Housing Planned for Briscoe

Affordable Housing Planned for Briscoe Beverly to sell school to Harborlight for $600,000 By Paul Leighton Staff Writer Nov 26, 2019 BEVERLY — The historic Briscoe building where generations of Beverly students attended school will be redeveloped into affordable senior housing and artist studios under a proposal accepted by the city. Mayor Mike Cahill announced…

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A few thoughts about our year in Hamilton: part 2

Good evening. After the Hamilton Board of Selectmen meeting on May 1, 2017 Harborlight Community Partners (HCP) has received numerous requests to address some key items raised in that meeting and over the last year and a half. This is the second of two short pieces meant to be our public response (first piece) While…

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