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Wilmington: Parade starts Monday, 10 a.m., Market Basket, 260 Main St. parking lot to Church Street to Middlesex Avenue to Wildwood Cemetery for flag ceremony, placing of wreaths, musical presentation by Wilmington High School Band, Lincoln’s Gettysburg address, poem reading, taps, benediction.
Medford: Annual Veterans Service on Monday, 10 a.m., at Oak Grove Cemetery, Playstead Road.
Rowley: Parade steps off 1:30 p.m. Monday from VFW Hall on Bradford Street, proceeds to Town Hall Cemetery to Veterans Star, Firemen’s Memorial, Policemen’s Memorial to Village Green, back to VFW.
Lynn: Monday, steps off at 1:30 p.m. from North Shore Community College parking lot (Washington Street entrance). Washington Street, Broad Street, Market Street, City Hall Square, North Common Street, Park Street, Boston Street ending in front of Pine Grove Cemetery, 781-598-4000.
Danvers: The annual parade is Monday beginning at 9 a.m. Bertram Russell Jr., a Korean War veteran from the Marine Corps, will lead the parade as grand marshal. He is a recipient of two Purple Hearts with Gold Star and many other awards and commendations. Town Hall, 64 Cabot Road, 978-777-0001.
Everett: Service at 9:30 a.m. Monday at Glenwood Cemetery, Elm Street and Haskell Avenue.
Hamilton: Parade forms at Town Hall, 577 Bay Road, at 8:30 a.m. Monday, and steps off at 9 a.m. Firemen’s Memorial to Veterans Cemetery to Town Hall to Patton Park. 978-468-5570.
Ipswich: Parade forms on Town Hill on North Main Street at 9:45 a.m. Monday, and steps off at 10 a.m. Civil War Memorial to County Road Bridge to War Memorial to South Cemetery to VFW.
Woburn: Parade will start Monday at the Armory on Main Street, call to order at 8:15 a.m. www.cityofwoburn.com.
Fall can be a very busy season for insects, rodents, and other pests but many homeowners don’t realize it. Many overwintering pests, like mice and rodents become a problem. Find out more about Fall pests »
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Repel spiders naturally – one cup of vinegar, one cup of cayenne pepper powder, a teaspoon of oil and liquid soap. Put the mixture into a spray bottle and spay along the outside of your door and along windows; be sure to refresh after it rains.
As Thanksgiving kicks off the holiday season, Americans will be making travel plans to celebrate with relatives and friends, both near and far. With the increased amount of travel occurring during the next couple of months, A1 Exterminators reminds travelers to be on the lookout for signs of bed bugs in order to avoid spreading these hitchhiking pests—or, even…
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An outbreak of bedbugs at the library in a fictional correction facility in “Orange is the New Black” prompted officials on the TV show…