North Reading High School 191 Park St, North Reading, MA01864 Home of the Hornets, North Reading High School is located near the town common. Around 95 percent of the school's…More students pursue post-secondary education upon graduation. Arthur J. Kenney Field, an artificial turf facility located in the front of the school along Park Street, is the home field for the school's athletic teams.
North Reading Housing Authority Peabody Ct, North Reading, MA01864 The North Reading Housing Authority provides affordable housing for elderly and disabled residents of North Reading. The…More Authority is located in the Peabody Court complex, which is located between the high school and the Batchelder School. The board of the North Reading Housing Authority meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7 pm in the Peabody Court common room. Meetings are held from September through June.
Stephanie Cogliano Laser and Electrology 280 Main St, North Reading, MA01864 This business specializes in state-of-the-art permanent hair removal using lasers and electrolysis. Owner Stephanie…More Cogliano, a licensed and registered electrologist, is a native of North Reading and a graduate of North Reading High School. Cogliano has worked in her specialty for more than twenty-five years.
Recreation Center at Ipswich River Park 5 Central St, North Reading, MA01864 The Recreation Center is open only during certain class times. Most programs are geared toward toddlers during school…More hours. After school, the center hosts elementary school programs and in the evening, some adult education programs are held. North Reading Youth Services' high school youth group meets at the center on Wednesday nights. Visit www.northreadingma.gov/recreation for more details.
Arthur J. Kenney Field 191 Park St, North Reading, MA01864 Home to the North Reading High School football team, Kenney Field features a FieldTurf artificial playing surface in…More front of the high school on Park Street. A press box sits atop the stadium-style bleachers that line the field, which features lights that allow for night use. A track circles the playing surface, and concessions and portable toilets are available at the stadium's entrance. A practice field sits behind the bleachers. No pets are allowed on the field.
L.D. Batchelder School 175 Park St, North Reading, MA01864 The Batchelder School is affectionately referred to as "The Batch." The original school building opened in 1917. A major…More renovation and addition, which is connected to the original building, opened in 2006. The school is located on Park Street, next to the high school and across from the town common.
United States Postal Service 174 Park St, North Reading, MA01864 Located across from the high school, this facility is the town's main post office. This facility does not process…More passport applications. Residents wishing to apply for U.S. passports may do so at the town clerk's office, located on the first floor of Town Hall at 235 North St.
North Reading is home to a full-service branch of Bank of America. Centrally located across from the high…More school, this banking institution features mortgage and home equity loans, refinancing, small business loans, merchant services, checking/savings accounts and 24/7 online banking.
This branch office also offers night deposit and both walk-up and drive-thru 24-hour ATM service.
Church of the Good Shepherd includes about 150 families from the Reading-North Reading area. The church has a Sunday…More school for those in preschool through high school, and a youth group. The school's curriculum "stresses the fundamentals of building a relationship with God, concern for our fellow human beings, and just enough fun to keep their attention."
The church also reaches out to help people in the community through the bargain box thrift shop in the church's lower hall, supporting the Reading Food Pantry and participating in Project Bread's Feeding Program.
For 39 years, this shop has been popular with generations of school children, from elementary through high school…More age. The Hornet's Nest, which takes its name from the home of the town mascot, is centrally located across from the public library and in close proximity to North Reading High School and Middle School and Batchelder Elementary School.
The sub shop offers a large variety of hot and cold subs, along with hand-tossed, thin-crusted Italian pizza made with freshly prepared dough and sauce. There is even an assortment of specialty pizzas named after schools and other town landmarks. The menu also includes wraps, salads, side orders -- including a sampler side order -- home-cooked roast beef, steak tips and a variety of dinners served with french fries and fresh Romaine lettuce salad. Free delivery is now available.