City Weighs New Regulations After 'Solar Monster' ComplaintsA large solar panel in the front yard of a Beverly home will be allowed to stay, the city says.
Tractor-Trailer Driver Flees After Crashing Into HomePolice are searching for the driver of a tractor-trailer that crashed into a Beverly home, leaving a gaping hole in the residents’ family room.
Man Hit By Car While Crossing Beverly StreetA man was seriously injured after he was hit by a car while crossing the street Sunday night in Beverly.
Underground Fire Knocks Out Power In BeverlyAn underground fire in Beverly knocked out power for several hundred residents and impacted phone lines at City Hall and the fire department.
Beverly Neighbors Outraged Over Front Yard Solar PanelsIt's a neighborhood argument over solar panels, but not the kind you're used to seeing on roof tops.
Beverly Police Suspend Suspect Search, No Arrests MadeOfficials said Charles Dixon, 32, of Reading, is wanted in connection with "a domestic incident."
Solar Glare Blamed For 10-Car Crash On Route 128 In BeverlyThe bright sun appears to be the cause of a 10-car crash that shut down part of Route 128 in Beverly Friday morning.
Beverly-Based FEMA Team Returns From Puerto RicoIt's been a busy month for Massachusetts Urban Search and Rescue Task Force 1, but the 27-member team is now back home.
Beverly-Based FEMA Team Taking On 2nd Hurricane In 2 WeeksSix members of FEMA's Urban Search & Rescue Task Force 1 out of Beverly are now in Florida and ready to help out with Hurricane Irma--after they just spent two weeks saving lives in Houston.
Endicott College Student With Skateboard Killed On Route 128 In BeverlyAn Endicott College student was killed on Route 128 in Beverly early Tuesday morning.
Beverly Hires Contractor To Euthanize Canada Geese In Controversial PlanThe Beverly Police Department said Wednesday that they had hired a private contractor to remove Canada geese from their public parks and take them off site to euthanize them.
Beverly Police, Frates Family Host Ice Bucket ChallengeIn honor of the bill and to help raise awareness, dozens of police, EMTs, and firefighters came to Lynch Park to do the challenge with the Frates family.