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    From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Saugus is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States, in the Greater Boston area. The population was 26,628 at the 2010 census.

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      Saugus was first settled in 1629. Saugus is a Native...

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      According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a...

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      Since 1947 Saugus has had a Plan E form of government, which...

  2. Saugus, Massachusetts - Simple English Wikipedia, the free ... › wiki › Saugus,_Massachusetts

    Saugus, Massachusetts From Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Saugus is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States, in the Greater Boston area. The population was 26,628 at the 2010 census.

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  4. Saugus, Massachusetts - Wikipedia › wiki › Saugus,_Massachusetts

    Jul 02, 2003 · Saugus is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States, in the Greater Boston area. The population was 26,628 at the 2010 census. The population was 26,628 at the 2010 census. [1]

  5. Category:Saugus, Massachusetts - Wikipedia › wiki › Category:Saugus,_Massachusetts

    Pages in category "Saugus, Massachusetts" The following 19 pages are in this category, out of 19 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().

  6. Saugus, Massachusetts — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2 › en › Saugus,_Massachusetts
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    Saugus was first set­tled in 1629. Saugus is a Na­tive Amer­i­can (Al­go­nquin) name be­lieved to mean "great" or "ex­tended". In 1637, the ter­ri­tory known as Saugus (which also con­tained the pre­sent day cities and towns of Swamp­scott, Na­hant, Lynn, Lyn­n­field, Read­ing, and Wake­field) was re­named Lin or Lynn, after King's Lynn in Nor­folk, Eng­land. In 1646, the Saugus Iron Works, then called Ham­mer­smith, began op­er­a­tions. It was the first in­te­grated iron worksin North Amer­ica as well as one of the most tech­no­log­i­cally ad­vanced in the world. The Iron Works pro­duced over one ton of iron a day, but was not fi­nan­cially suc­cess­ful. It closed around 1670. In Sep­tem­ber 1687, Major Samuel Ap­ple­ton was said to have given a speech from a rocky cliff near the Iron Works de­nounc­ing the tyranny of Colo­nial Gov­er­nor Sir Ed­mund An­dros. The place where he is said to have de­liv­ered the speech be­came known as Ap­ple­ton's Pul­pit. Nearly 100 men from Saugus...

    Ac­cord­ing to the United States Cen­sus Bu­reau, the town has a total area of 11.8 square miles (30.6 km2), of which 10.8 square miles (28.0 km2) is land and 1.0 square mile (2.6 km2), or 8.53%, is water. The town lies just in­land from Mass­a­chu­setts Bay, di­vided from the ocean by the Point of Pines neigh­bor­hood of Re­vere. The south­ern end of town is dom­i­nated by Rum­ney Marsh, which lies along the Pines River, a trib­u­tary of the Saugus River. The Saugus River flows through town, and is fed by sev­eral brooks. There are sev­eral ponds within town, in­clud­ing parts of Birch Pond, Hawkes Pond and Walden Pond. Part of the Lynn Woods Reser­va­tion, and most of the Break­heart Reser­va­tion and Rum­ney Marsh Reser­va­tionlie within town. Saugus is di­vided into sev­eral neigh­bor­hood vil­lages, in­clud­ing Saugus Cen­ter, East Saugus, North Saugus, Pleas­ant Hills, Lynnhurst, Oak­land­vale, Ham­mer­smith Vil­lage, Golden Hills, Black­smith Vil­lage, Bris­tow and Clifton­da...

    As of the cen­sus of 2010, there were 26,628 peo­ple, 10,318 house­holds, and 7,144 fam­i­lies re­sid­ing in the town. The pop­u­la­tion den­sity was 2,373.7 peo­ple per square mile (916.5/km2). The racial makeup of the town was 91.9% White, 4.0% His­panic or Latino, 2.7% Asian, 2.1% Black or African Amer­i­can, 0.1% Na­tive Amer­i­can, 0.0% Pa­cific Is­lander, 1.6% from other races, and 1.6% from two or more races. There were 10,318 house­holds, out of which 17.1% had chil­dren under the age of 18 liv­ing with them, 53.0% were mar­ried cou­plesliv­ing to­gether, 11.5% had a fe­male house­holder with no hus­band pre­sent, 4.7% had a male house­holder with no wife pre­sent, and 30.8% were non-fam­i­lies. The av­er­age house­hold size was 2.55 and the av­er­age fam­ily size was 3.09. In the town, the pop­u­la­tion was spread out, with 4.5% under the age of 5, 5.2% from 5 to 9, 5.7% from 10 to 14, 5.9% from 15 to 19, 5.6% from 20 to 24, 5.6% from 25 to 29, 5.5% from 30 to 34, 6.4% from...

    Since 1947 Saugus has had a Plan E form of gov­ern­ment, which is a com­bi­na­tion of rep­re­sen­ta­tive town meet­ing and Town Man­ager. Saugus was the first town in Mass­a­chu­setts to ac­cept this form of government. This plan in­cluded a Sin­gle trans­fer­able votevot­ing sys­tem, but this was aban­doned in 1950. Elec­tions for all seats on the Board of Se­lect­men, School Com­mit­tee, Town Meet­ing, and Hous­ing Au­thor­ity are held bi­en­ni­ally in odd-num­bered years.

    The Town of Saugus is pro­tected by the 52 paid, pro­fes­sional fire­fight­ers of the Town of Saugus Fire De­part­ment (SFD). The Saugus Fire De­part­ment cur­rently op­er­ates out of 2 fire­houses, run­ning 2 en­gine com­pa­nies and 1 lad­der com­pany with En­gine 1 near Clifton­dale Square. And En­gine 3 and Lad­der 1 near Saugus cen­ter (Mon­u­ment Square). SFD is com­manded by Chief Michael New­bury, a Deputy chief and a "group" Cap­tain per shift.

    Saugus Com­mu­nity Tele­vi­sion or SCTV is a Pub­lic-ac­cess tele­vi­sion sta­tion that pro­vides local tele­vi­sion pro­gram­ing to the com­mu­nity. SCTV broad­casts to Saugus Com­cast cable sub­scribers on chan­nel 8 (pub­lic-ac­cess), chan­nel 9 (gov­ern­ment), and chan­nel 22 (ed­u­ca­tional). Saugus is home to two news­pa­pers, the Saugus Ad­ver­tiser and the Saugus Advocate. Saugus is also cov­ered by The Daily Itemof Lynn. Since 1950, the trans­mit­ter for WROL has been lo­cated off of the Salem Turn­pike in Saugus. It was pre­vi­ously used by WHDHfrom 1934 to 1948.

  7. Boardman House (Saugus, Massachusetts) - Wikipedia › wiki › Boardman_House_(Saugus

    The Boardman House, also known as the Scotch-Boardman House or the Bennett-Boardman House, is a historic house located at 17 Howard Street, Saugus, Massachusetts. Built about 1692, it was designated a National Historic Landmark in 1961 because of the remarkable amount of original building material still present in the house.

    • 0.75-acre (0.30 ha)
    • November 5, 1961
  8. Saugus Middle-High School - Wikipedia › wiki › Saugus_High_School
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    Saugus Middle-High School is an American public secondary school located in Saugus, Massachusetts, United States. It is a part of Saugus Public Schools.

    Prior to the construction of a dedicated High School building, Saugus High classes were held in the Town Hall and the top floor of the Roby School. From 1906 to 1955, Saugus High School was located on the corner of Central and Winter Streets. The building was expanded several tim

    Middle school classes were held in various school buildings until the construction of the Sweester School in 1926. After the Sweester School opened, middle school classes were held at Sweester and at the high school. When the new Saugus High School building opened in 1955, all mi

    On April 21, 1914, Saugus High students staged a strike in support of Principal James F. Butterworth, who had resigned under pressure from the School Committee. The students returned the next day on the condition that School Committee hold a public hearing on Butterworth's resignation. The committee refused on the grounds that Butterworth was not entitled to one as he was not fired, but had voluntarily resigned. A special town meeting appointed a committee to investigate the matter. The committe

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  9. Saugus, Santa Clarita, California - Wikipedia › wiki › Saugus,_Santa_Clarita

    Saugus is a neighborhood in Santa Clarita, California. It was one of four communities (with Valencia, Newhall and Canyon Country) that merged in 1987 to create the city of Santa Clarita. Saugus is named after Saugus, Massachusetts, the hometown of Henry Newhall, upon whose land the town was originally built.

  10. Saugus, Massachusetts From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Saugus is a town in Essex County, Massachusetts, United States, in the Greater Boston area. The population was 26,628 at the 2010 census.

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