Students explore the world witches and pirates during Salem field trip

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The DVE-News/TV reporters had a busy two-day trip to Salem, Mass., on June 2 and 3. The reporters learned about the history of Salem and the hysteria of the witch trials, the pirates, the architecture of how and why buildings were built, strolling through cultural Salem and interviewing some local artists at the Salem Arts Festival. Salem residents enjoyed sharing stories of their city with us. Mayor Kimberley Driscoll met with some reporters to tell them all about her job as the Mayor of Salem. Salem is truly a unique city.

By the DVE-News/TV Reporter Team

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