A Liquor Store and More
Here's what's going on in business news from around the North Shore.
Have you noticed a new store while driving around the North Shore recently? Patch loves small business and we try to cover every new opening. Here is a look at some recent business openings and happenings on the North Shore.
Have you noticed a new shop and have been wondering what it is? Leave us a note in the comment section and we will check it out.
A prospective business owner will seek a special use permit from the Zoning Board of Appeals on Wednesday to operate a "high-end" liquor store.
Town Administrator Thomas Younger said at the last selectmen's meeting that building permit fees were up by $17,000 in 2012.
Wondering what's going on at that long-vacant storefront on Humphrey Street? We've got an answer.
During these tough economic times, businesses come and go all the time.
This empty storefront at Village Plaza is ready for a new tenant. What kind of business would you like to see move in?
Here's a closer look at some of the small businesses that opened in Marblehead in 2012.
If you were an adolescent in the 1960s and a teen in the 1970s you know that television and the movie theater played a real role in your daily existence. Other than radio there was no other electronic media out there.
About three dozen people sang Christmas Carols to the former owner of Salem Trolley as she battles cancer at her Danvers home.
As we continue to reflect on the year that was 2012 in Salem, we can't help but notice that a bunch of new local businesses have opened their doors over the last 12 months.
Salem residents have opened up their wallets and saved CinemaSalem.
Tequila's restaurant and bar has been closed for more than three years and the Route 1 building has been empty.
A company that has played a key part in the transformation of downtown Salem has come to Danvers, buying some unique office space off Centre Street.
The franchise based out of California is a self serve frozen yogurt shop that is the third to open under owners James Alex and James Barberian.
A cash for gold business at the mall is accused of not accepting the correct ID from a customer after facing similar accusations in October.
Owner Ken Greer offering first class free so Danvers locals can get a feel for the gym, meet trainers, and start living a more active lifestyle.
In the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings in Connecticut, the sporting goods chain has decided to remove guns from stores.
Beacon Roofing Supply Inc., which makes its corporate home at Lakeland Park Drive, recently acquired two California-based companies in a move estimated to generate $60 million in sales.
Are there any types of businesses or other facilities you'd like to see on Route 114 that don't exist now?
The Tanner City has added more than 300 jobs to the local economy over the past year and is right at the average unemployment rate for the North Shore.
Have a favorite Beverly business? Be sure to nominate them for the 2nd Annual Beverly Business Awards.
Assume money was no object and the only limit your imagination: what kind of business would you love to see open in Beverly?
Pierre Richard was an established businessman at AutoBahnd North in Danvers when he opened his first Elements store in Beverly -- briefly in 2007 and then reopening in 2009, eventually becoming the top store in the nationwide chain by 2010.
It was another year of welcomes and farewells for Beverly businesses.
For Your Entertainment (FYE) will soon be saying goodbye to the North Beverly Plaza.
At Beverly Massage Therapy and Wellness Center, it's all about the Three Rs: relax, renew and revive.
The retail space on Railroad Avenue in downtown Hamilton formerly occupied by Clipper Cottage is empty and for sale.
The one big question about the application from Richdale for a liquor license is whether beer and wine sales are allowed there by zoning.
Lynnfield-based company partners with en-Gauge of Rockland in an installation and distribution deal.
Latest update from National Development indicates 15 buildings plus the golf course now under construction at site.
Some big changes are in store this year for Lynnfield's business landscape. What is something you'd like to see?
As we head into a new year, with a new business era on the horizon for Lynnfield - what former town businesses do you miss?
From time to time, Lynnfield Patch takes a look at items up for sale on eBay.com that are connected to the town's past.
Two local musicians helped spread some holiday cheer this year with the release of a new album featuring original and traditional songs.
With a new year upon us, a question that comes to mind is - what kind of business would you like most to see open in Wakefield in 2013?
From time to time, Wakefield Patch looks at items up for sale on eBay that are connected to the town's past.
Annual event benefits the library and Chamber of Commerce.
New local health and lifestyle business is located at 10 Richardson Ave. in Wakefield.
Magic players and comic lovers talk about their hobby and love for the game and store.
Customers of this intimate boutique receive personal service from its knowledgeable owner.
Second Chance Consignment Store owner and Andover resident Nancy Boyer enjoys going into each day wondering what's going to come through the door.
Take a look at some of the new businesses that opened in Andover over the past year.
In a town as big as Andover, businesses unfortunately come and go somewhat often.
The move from North Andover will send hundreds of employees to Boston by 2015.
The real estate market seems to be strengthening, and it's starting to show locally.