High Street Service 60 High St, Danvers, MA01923 Located on the corner of High and Porter streets, High Street Service is a full service gas and repair station. The gas…More station has four full service pumps with no extra charge for credit cards. The repair facility is a certified MA inspection site, and the mechanics handle all repairs from simple oil changes to engine and performance repairs.
High Street Garage 95 High St, Danvers, MA01923 High Street Garage is "Your One Stop Auto Shop" offering repairs, maintenance and detailing for all foreign and domestic…More cars, trucks and SUVs. Its services include propane tank filling, computer diagnostics and free local shuttle service.
Preston Street Playground 31 Preston St, Danvers, MA01923 Down the road from Essex Agicultural & Technical High School on Maple Street, the Preston Street playground has a…More spacious field and unused baseball cage. The small, well kept playground includes a slide, swings and climbing structure.
Walgreens 107 High St, Danvers, MA01923 Represented by a friendly and responsive team of employees this link in the Walgreen chain does the name proud. Located…More at a particularly accessible location on High Street, Walgreens is a one stop solution to many shoppers' needs.
Danvers Firefighters Association Local 2038 64 High St, Danvers, MA01923 Danvers Firefighters Association Local 2038 is part of a firefighters union that protects fire fighters and their…More families with insurance benefits, workers compensation and other services. The location on High Street is its headquarters and business office. The President is Brian Barry.
High Street Municipal Parking Lot 31 High St, Danvers, MA01923 One of five free public parking lots in the downtown. Except for Sundays and holidays, parking is limited to two hours…More at a time. The fine for exceeding the limit is $15, payable to the town.
Shell Service Stations 79 High St, Danvers, MA01923 This 24-hour Shell gas station has been on High Street for more than 10 years. The staff is friendly, the…More facilities clean, and the convenience store is stocked with a snack counter, drinks, coffee, tobacco products, maps, water, auto needs, cleaning supplies and even dog food. There is also a well- kept public restroom.
Danvers Martinizing 75 High St, Danvers, MA01923 The Danvers location of the Martinizing franchise sits across from McDonalds off High Street and has been in business…More for more than two decades. In addition to dry cleaning, the business offers alterations, draperies, leather cleaning, and shirt service. Danvers Martinizing is a proud Danvers Falcons hockey booster.
Village Washtub Laundromat 97 High St, Danvers, MA01923 This laundromat on High Street offers wash, dry and fold, and drop-off services in addition to a large number of…More self-service machines. The washing machines come in three sizes, the largest of which handle bathmats, rugs and blankets. There are also vending machines for soap, softeners, laundry bags and change as well as a restroom.
Lena's Submarine Sandwich Shops 138 High St, Danvers, MA01923 Established in 1945 and home to the big "L" submarine sandwich, Lena's sub shop on High Street is a Danvers…More favorite. The menu features a simple yet high-quality selection of Italian-style submarines that come hot or cold, most of which are available as 3- to 6-foot party subs. The shop itself is just big enough to order from the friendly cooks at the counter, who also fill phone orders quickly.
St. Mary's is one of two Catholic churches in town, the other being Saint Richard's on Forest Street. The parish…More opened its parochial school on Otis Street in 1958 and built a convent next door to the school two years later. St. Mary's pastor is Rev. Gerard L. Dorgan.
Parishioners are active in a variety of ways, whether serving on the Liturgy Committee, as an altar server or engaged in a group Bible study, rosary group or serving at the People to People Food Pantry. Visit the website for more information. Religious education classes are taught from first grade through twelfth. Contact John Pension at 978-774-8605 or firstname.lastname@example.org. St. Mary's Cemetery on Sylvan Street and St. Mary of the Annunciation Cemetery on Hobart Street are both owned by the parish.
St. Mary's was founded in 1859 with the purchase of a wooden church building on High Street. That building was used until 1937 when it was torn down to make way for construction of Route 128. The new church was built at the corner of Conant and Franklin streets with a total seating capacity for 1,270 parishioners.
Friend Box Co. 90 High St, Danvers, MA01923 This charming, tree-shaded brick building on High Street is a piece of Danvers history. With well over a century in box…More making, Friend Box Co. works with a wide variety of clients, from software firms to jewelers and publishers, to produce high-quality and innovative rigid custom packaging. The company also offers project consultation, design assistance, letterpress and offset printing, UV coating, laminating, die cutting, embossing, foil stamping and fulfillment.
Condominium Trust 14 Williams St, Danvers, MA01923 The Condominium Trust acts as host to the Meeting House Square condominium complex, located in a quiet cul-de-sac at…More then end of Williams Street just minutes away from Danvers' vibrant business district. Well-insulated from outside disturbance yet close to shopping, the homes at Meeting House Square provide residents a high quality of life.
Affectionately known as "Essex Aggie," the state-funded vocational high school is open to students across the…More commonwealth and enrolls over 400 pupils each year for an education in agriculture and environmental technologies. The campus sits on 166 acres stretching across both sides of Maple Street with 35 buildings in the Hathorne neighborhood. In addition to core academic studies, students pursue vocational training in animal science, plant science, environmental science or "Tech Prep," which allows students to complete some hands-on coursework in preparation for college. Several of those programs are connected with North Shore Community College. Maude Hall and Berry Hall are also used by NSCC as a satellite campus for several programs.
The "Aggie" has been around for nearly a century, but its centennial event may in fact be the shuttering of the school. With the final agreement in Dec. 2009 on a merger and financing commitments to combine Essex Aggie, North Shore Technical High School and the Peabody Vocational High School into a new regional mega-voke, a brand new school will be built on the Maple Street campus.
The Essex North Shore Agricultural and Vocational Technical School is slated to open in 2013.
The Danvers Fire Department was established under an act of the Massachusetts General Court in March 1830. The town's…More first fire chief was Joseph Kelly of Charlestown, who was hired in 1925. The current fire chief, Kevin Farrell, is only the fifth chief in the history of the department. The current facility on High Street was built in 1995.
The department provides all fire and rescue services in town and responds to calls for aid from fire departments in surrounding communities while maintaining five engines, one of which is an aerial ladder truck, a command truck, a pickup truck and one fire rescue vehicle. A second reserve aerial truck owned by the county is housed at Station 2. The Fire Alarm Division and Fire Prevention Office are also located at headquarters.