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The mobile home on W. Eighth St. where David and Kimberly Nunn lived caught fire early Sunday morning. The Nunns were not home at the time of the fire, but their two dogs were in their kennels in the house and died in the fire. No cause for the blaze has yet been determined.
A crew from Wray Roofing in Newton works on the last of the roof repairs and replacement on the Baker buildings in late October. A grant from the National Heritage Trust was received this past week to help pay for the roofing project. Efforts will turn next to the interior of the buildings in an effort to market them to new businesses.
Derek Klingenberg, left, who has attained star status on the YouTube circuit was the subject Monday of an interview and photo shoot by Cameraman Peter Krajewski and producer Johannes Wiebus of Jynx Productions covering his story for German television. The duo was interested in Klingenberg's unusual farm videos, which have reportedly accumulated eight million hits on YouTube.
Peabody-Burns High School student Samantha Frye reads to students in Louise Whiteman's second grade Monday afternoon as part of a daylong birthday party honoring Dr. Seuss. High school students developed age-appropriate activities to go along with a book by the popular author. Frye was reading "The Grinch Who Stole Christmas" while students, from left, Elena Grauerholz, Crystal Johnson, and Layton Coover colored pages about the story.