Monday, December 31, 2012
A great way to start the day with a quick look at the events and happenings in town.
Welcome to “5 Things,” your daily resource for community events, happenings in town and other little tidbits of information. Here are five things you need to know on Monday, Dec. 31. 1. Clouds: The sky will be mostly cloudy on Monday, with no precipitation forecasted, and high temperatures into the mid-30s. The wind will also continue to blow. 2. New Year’s Eve: Several restaurants in Danvers have special New Year’s Eve events planned for Monday night. Check the events calendar here on Danvers Patch to see exact times and pricing. But there are plenty of other things going on, including alcohol-free and family-friendly Beverly’s New Year and the oldest and biggest First Night celebration in the county – First Night Boston. 3. Chinese Food…
For many families, ordering Chinese food is a New Year's Eve tradition. There are plenty of places to get Chinese food in Danvers.
It's New Year's Eve, and that means many people might be looking for Chinese food, either to schedule ahead a delivery or plan a pick-up. So, instead of flipping through the phone book and launching into a Web search, here are the Chinese restaurants in Danvers. Click on the links to get the full directory listing, with phone numbers and other details. Other options nearby Danvers (but outside the town borders) in addition to the restaurants listed below include Royal Garden and Su Chang's in Peabody and China Villa in Middleton. If you have any additions or corrections, add them in the comments section. If you are getting some Chinese on New Year's, share your experiences with us in the comments.
All subway, bus and commuter rail lines will be free after 8 p.m. on New Year’s Eve.
The MBTA has announced its New Year's Eve and New Year's Day schedule. Some highlights include:
Saturday, December 31, 2011
A wrap up of this year's top stories.
As we say goodbye to 2011, and move forward to 2012, we've reflected on the year this week with some wrap up posts. If you missed one, check out: Do you have a new year's resolution? What would you like to see changed in 2012 in Danvers? Start the discussion in the comments.
Thursday, December 29, 2011
A listing of Danvers' chinese take-out options, and a chance to vote for your favorite chinese cuisine in town.
There's no doubt about it: many pupu platters, pork fried rice dishes, and Mai Tai's will be consumed on New Year's Eve. Below are the spots in town where you can order Chinese from. Click on each link to get to their directory listing, which includes each spot's address and phone number. Have a favorite spot? Be sure to weigh in our poll. If you prefer another spot that's close by, let us know in the comments.