Salem Place Condominium 295 Salem St, Woburn, MA01801 These luxury apartments are set back from Salem Street down a private road and located a good distance behind a security…More guard house and gate. Mutlileveled and with terraced balconies these pastel condominiums are very high brow. Call ahead for an appointment if you wish to speak with a manager about rental opportunities.
Flyers Unlimited 271 Salem St, Woburn, MA01801 Flyers is a print shop located down a little side street just off Salem and has plenty of free parking. The shop has…More been open since 1995 and offers business cards, banners, signs, promotional items, rubber stamps and webpage design. The website is rich with detailed pricing and service descriptions as well.
Ranelli Auto Body 111 Salem St, Woburn, MA01801 This expert auto-body shop specializes in collision repair, custom restorations and paint and full mechanical…More repairs. Family-owned and -operated by Steve Ranelli since its inception in 1988, Ranelli has been located on Salem Street since 2000.
Mahoney's Auto Body Repair 293 Salem St, Woburn, MA01801 Mahoney's Auto Body Repair is conveniently located off of Salem Street, across from the Massachusetts Rifle Association…More and other businesses. This is a full-service auto body repair shop. Call for more information regarding dealing with your collision claims and repairs.
Clean Harbors Environmental Services 252 Salem St, Woburn, MA01801 Clean Harbors Environmental Services is a network of environmental services in many areas, from treatment and disposal…More facilities to incinerators and more. It is the largest waste disposal company in North America. The Woburn location on Salem Street is an oil recycling facility. For more information, call the number listed.
Callahan's Auto Service, Inc 278 Salem St, Woburn, MA01801 Callahan's Auto Service is a large garage located on a quiet stretch of Salem Street. Its friendly, helpful staff…More of mechanics specialize in wheel alignments, but will perform most kinds of general maintenance. Callahan's also features the latest computer scan tool equipment to diagnosis check engine light codes, an on-line program with the latest technical service bulletins and recalls and all the maintenance schedules for all makes and models. You can wait in their fairly comfortable office while your car goes under the wrench.
Roessler & Sons Memorials 117 Salem St, Woburn, MA01801 In business since 1895, Roessler & Sons has generations of experience crafting granite and bronze memorials. It is…More located on a quiet stretch of Salem Street, right across from Woodbrook Cemetery, although monuments are installed throughout the metro area. Several examples of its work is set up in front of its shop, highlighting different materials and designs. All fabrication and etching are done in house, by hand and a cleaning service for older memorials is available as well.
Second Burial Ground of Woburn Montvale Ave & Main St, Woburn, MA01801 The Second Burial Ground of Woburn is located off of Montvale Avenue close to Main Street. This historic burial ground…More was established by the First Parish in 1794. A plaque here acknowledges the burial of 51 Woburn soldiers who fought in the Revolutionary War. Interments stopped in 1845, when the Woodbrook Cemetery opened on Salem Street.
Woodbrook Cemetery Salem Street, Woburn, MA01801 The Woodbrook Cemetery is a still-active cemetery that dates back to the mid-1800s. There are several monuments in the…More cemetery, found among marked graves and graves of the unknown. Monuments include dedications to Jonathan Bowers Winn, a leather merchant who founded Woburn National Bank and later donated money to start the Woburn Public Library, and General Abijah Thompson, another leather merchant who served as president of Woburn Bank and the Five Cents Savings Bank and trustee of the library. Today, the Cemetery Commission oversees the maintenance of Woodbrook Cemetery.
Book Fairs by Book Ends is an organization helping to bring book fairs to public schools from grades pre-K to middle…More school. Book Ends is actually a Winchester bookstore. The proprietors launched Book Fairs by Book Ends in 2005 with the mission of encouraging youth literacy and helping local schools with fundraising. Since their start, they have serviced more than 50 different communities.
School officials can choose from a variety of book fair styles, from the full displayed setup to a day of shopping at the Book Ends Winchester store. Book Fairs by Book Ends employees will help deliver and set up products for most fairs. School faculty is responsible for running the drive; however, all supplies will be provided, including credit card machine. Book Fairs by Book Ends also provides marketing materials for in-advance advertising. Schools can choose between three profit options: They can receive cash, books or a combination of the two.
The Book Fairs by Book Ends Salem Street location is the warehouse and office. It is not open to the public. At the end of every school year, Book Fairs has a warehouse clearance sale during which the public are welcome to shop through thousands of titles.