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Communites Served

North Andover

North Andover, located 30 miles north of Boston is a quaint New England town with a population of about 30,000.


Middleton was first settled in 1659 and was officially incorporated in 1728. Prior to 1728 it was considered a part of Salem, and contains territory previously within the limits of Andover, Boxford, and Topsfield. The name Middleton is derived from its location midway between the important early settlements of Salem and Andover.


Located in the Merrimack Valley, Andover is a town in Essex County with a population of approximately 40,000. The vibrant downtown offers shopping, restaurants and nightlife. Known for it's amazing school system, Andover is an ideal place to call home!

North Reading

The Town of North Reading is an outlying suburban town in Middlesex County, lying entirely within the Ipswich River watershed. Created as an independent town in 1853, it retains a number of well-preserved houses dating back to 1730. The town center retains its historic fabric with a Federal style meeting house and an affluent Federal village with a well-preserved district of period houses.


Interstate 95 and Route 128 pass concurrently through town twice, becoming separate just over the Peabody line. U.S. Route 1 and Massachusetts Route 129 also enter the town concurrently, separating in the southeast corner of town, at the Lynnfield Tunnel. There is no commuter rail service within town; the nearest service can be found on the Haverhill/Reading Line of the MBTA Commuter Rail just west of town in Wakefield. The nearest airport is Beverly Municipal Airport to the east; the nearest national and international air service can be found at Boston's Logan International Airport.


A suburb of Boston, Watertown is home to a diverse community with easy access to the city. The area has numerous squares filled with retail and various dining options. With an abundant amount of parks, this community has a lot to offer!


A small community in the Metro West area and on the perimeter of the metropolitan Boston area, the Town of Weston prides itself on the quiet, country-like setting and excellent school system. Residents of Weston have taken great pains to ensure the preservation of the community's history. Find detailed information on the many historical resources that remain in town.


The City of Haverhill, located in northeastern Massachusetts on the Merrimack River, is one of the oldest historic communities in the state. It is situated in northern Essex County, is bordered by the towns of Methuen on the west, Groveland and Boxford on the south, West Newbury on the east, and the state of New Hampshire on the north. Haverhill contains almost 36 square miles of area and a wide variety of land uses, ranging from rural agricultural areas to urban areas such as the city's historical industrial center.


Boston is the capital of Massachusetts and is the cultural center of New England. Home to many historic neighborhoods and sites, the city is full of history! The medical industry, higher education and tech industry all thrive in this diverse city and offers its residents numerous job opportunities. 


Lexington was first settled in 1642 and was incorporated as a separate town in 1713. The town experienced rapid housing development after World War II with the growth of the Boston urban area and the decline of agriculture. Lexington has always been blessed with an active citizenry, and participation of new as well as long-term residents is always encouraged. 


16 miles north Boston lies Reading, a picturesque Massachusetts town. With a train station and easy access to numerous highways, Reading is a great place for commuters.


With easy access to major highways, Boston and Northern New England is at your fingertips! Enjoy tax free shopping in New Hampshire, Skiing in the White Mountains and beaches along the North Shore and NH / ME  coastlines. Methuen is also home to numerous historic buildings, including the City Hall, above. 


Boxford is a rural, geographically large town with almost no commercial development. The Town was incorporated in 1685. At that time it was home to approximately 40 families. Today the estimated population is 8,600. Heavily forested with many scenic hiking trails, Boxford is also home to numerous lakes, ponds, streams, wildlife, flora and fauna and has received the prestigious Tree City USA award for 12 consecutive years.


The benefits don’t end at commuter convenience though, Burlington is home to plenty of excellent local restaurants, coffee shops, shopping, and recreation. With over 250-acres of green space, including parks, biking, and walking trails to explore, our town provides citizens and workers with essential and peaceful green environments to take a breath and relax within, increasing the overall quality of life.


Wakefield, Massachusetts, a scenic town 10 miles north of Boston, is conveniently located at the intersection of two major highways (I-93 and I-95/128) and home to the beautiful Lake Quannapowitt. The lake is a popular walking, running, and recreational destination. The paved loop around the Lake is approximately 3.6 miles.