Retired Principal Brian Ota Seeking Nomination to Marblehead School Committee
Former Glover School Principal Brian Ota has taken out papers seeking nomination
Rep. Armini's Legislation Seeks to Add “Her” and “Their” Pronouns to State Constitution
Armini Emphasizes Green Initiatives at State House
Marblehead Woman Wins Statewide GOP Leadership Role Against Incumbent
Select Board Breaks School Committee Tie in Second Round of Voting For Newest Member
Marblehead's Nan Murphy Selected as Superintendent of Dedham
Murphy Remains Finalist for Superintendent in Dedham
Marblehead Assistant Superintendent Nan Murphy Named Finalist for Superintendent in Dedham and Milton
Select Board Members Battle Over Mental Health Funding
Vote Potentially Delayed; One School Committee Candidate Disqualified
Marblehead MCAS Shows Learning Loss
Will Select Board Alone Determine School Committee Vacancy?
Eveleth School Opens as Temporary Library
School Committee Members Decry Culture of Intimidation
State Ethics Complaint Forces School Committee Resignation
Ethics Complaint Filed Against School Committee Member Emily Barron
"Marblehead First!" Demands Local Business Owner
Light Department Board Battles Fire Chief
Planning Board Discusses ADU Approvals
The Marblehead Planning Board met on Wednesday afternoon, September 21, 2022, to
School Override Looms Again, According to Budget Sub-Committee
New High School Roof and Brown School Maintenance Issues Discussed by Facilities Subcommittee
Technological Difficulties Interfere with Harbor Plan Working Group Presentation
Google Sales Exec Adam Smith Appointed to Fill Vacant Light Department Seat
The Recess Wars, 2022 Edition
Keving Coppinger Has “Seen It All”
A New Sheriff In Town?
Hybrid Public Meetings Debated by Open Meeting Committee
Armini Part II: We Must "Clean the Grid"
Long Awaited Vinnin Square Project before Planning Board
Tristan Smith Part II: “Labor Built This Country and Can Do it Again!”
Slavit Baylis Part II: “We Cannot Continue With Fossil Fuels”
Results of Poll 3: Roe v. Wade
Tristan Smith: “Meeting People Where They Are” As He Runs for State Rep
Diann Slavit Baylis: Civility Begins With Listening
Jenny Armini: This District is “a Microcosm of All That is Great About Massachusetts”
Brush Fires Happen On Occasion, But Dump Fire Involved Three at Once, Says Fire Chief
Select Board Starts Budget Season with Plan: "Polish the Message"
Select Board Confusion on MBTA Proposal
Town Finance Department Faces Scrutiny by Outside Auditor
Light Department Approves Rate Increase Beginning 8/1
Planning Board Tackles Housing Affordability and Diversity
Town Prepares for Major Road Project UPDATED
Profanity Interrupts Final School Committee Meeting of the Year
School Committee Hosts Two More Discussions on Question Two
PowerUp! Candidate Forum Take Two
Power Up! Sponsors Candidate Forum
Human Composting, Renewable Energy, and the School Budget
$24 Million in Borrowing Sent to Voters
Marblehead Schools Host Forum on Override Question 2
How Does the School Budget Work?
Town Heads into Competitive Election Season
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Jenn is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists. She spent over twenty years as a senior manager in the investment and banking industry for Fidelity Investments and Bank of America. She currently owns a small business specializing in developing, investing and management of residential real estate on the North Shore. Jenn is an active volunteer in local government having served two terms as an elected member of the Marblehead School Committee. She is currently a member of the Board of Commissioners of Marblehead Housing Authority, which owns and manages affordable housing to eligible low-income elderly, families and disabled persons. She led several successful campaigns to fund capital projects for three new school buildings and a town hall restoration project.
Jenn lives with her husband in Marblehead.