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Springfield Town Hall

Lance Wilder – The Merrimack Valley Connection to the Simpsons

Back in 2012, “The Simpsons” creator Matt Groening crushed a lot of Bay Staters’ hopes when he revealed that his personal inspiration for the cartoon’s iconic setting of “Springfield” had actually been his native Springfield, Oregon, a small city just outside of Portland. Many had assumed the town took its moniker — and much of… Read More

Joseph Girard-Meli

Beyond the Brands

Farley’s of Newburyport Offers Unique Shopping Experience. (sponsored) Owners T.J. Conte and Lisa Burke purchased John Farley Clothiers from former owner John and Linda Allison three years ago and they believe their staff has found a niche in the industry that focuses on and benefits the consumer. “We are a relationship-based business,” says Farley’s store Manager… Read More

Katie Lovett

We’re Looking for a Creative All-Star!

Merrimack Valley Magazine is looking for a multifaceted creative professional to facilitate the production of our magazines, website and weekly newsletters. Candidates should be energetic, organized, self-motivated and able to handle multiple tasks while adhering to strict deadlines. Responsibilities include: – Working directly with advertisers on their ad placement and creative execution. – Designing articles… Read More

Digital Manager

Chelmsford Golden Ginger Ale

In the early 20th century, the Chelmsford Spring Co., established by Canadian-American C. George Armstrong, was rivaled in brand popularity only by Coca-Cola. Its key moneymaker was ginger ale, a soothing, golden elixir thought to be a cure-all that could ease ailments from general fatigue to the common cold. Armstrong promised customers that the ale would… Read More

Digital Manager
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