BEVERLY — Pete Frates, a Beverly resident whose inspirational battle against ALS helped raise millions of dollars to combat the incurable disease, died on Monday, his family announced. He was 34.
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Phyllis Ann Hays, 92, of New Castle passed away the evening of Dec. 5, 2019, at her home. Per her wishes, private services will be held later this week at the Noga Funeral Home.
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