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Sun Santa is off to a big start after raising tens of thousands of dollars at a first-time celebration Tuesday to kick off the season... [Read More]
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Barry Connolly never had the opportunity to meet his great uncle, the Acre hero Pvt. John Leo Connolly. [Read More]
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Uncertainty is what many local access cable stations are feeling after hearing of a proposed rule from the Federal Communications Commission that could gut their... [Read More]
Thanksgiving week for the hunter means so much. The end of another pheasant season here in Massachusetts, getting ready for the big day with family... [Read More]
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A second case of measles was confirmed in Lowell on Thursday by the state Department of Public Health. [Read More]
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Two Lowell men on Friday were ordered held without bail as they await trial on charges they were involved with the stabbing of a 26-year-old... [Read More]
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A debate over who gets to use the waters in Nagog Pond will head to court after the Town of Concord, which for more than... [Read More]
Two former top aides to Bill and Hillary Clinton have now stated their belief that Hillary Clinton might run for president a third time in... [Read More]
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This classroom has wheels. Earlier this month, Shawsheen Valley Technical High School rolled out its newest addition to the curriculum: a purple... [Read More]
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James H. Campanini, who as editor piloted The Sun through one of the most turbulent periods in the newspaper industry while overseeing its emergence as... [Read More]
Dear Dream Retriever: My husband had a dream in which my niece's new significant other goes into my husband's work to collect hazardous waste. [Read More]
Just days after being victimized by a vicious intentional elbow to the face, Nichols College sophomore guard and Tewksbury native Nate Tenaglia is feeling well... [Read More]
Salah Khelfaoui, fired as Lowell superintendent of schools Wednesday night, has been hired to lead a Western Massachusetts virtual school. [Read More]
By Scott Shurtleff sshurtleff@nashoba valleyvoice.com DEVENS -- More than 200 job seekers marched on Devens this week in search... [Read More]
By Kathleen McKiernan Boston Herald FITCHBURG -- A Fitchburg State University basketball player has apologized for the shocking cheap... [Read More]
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi faces a vocal challenge led by U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton over her efforts to secure another term as Speaker of... [Read More]
By Jon Hurst Special to Digital First Media The year was 1918, and it's best remembered around these parts... [Read More]
After months of city councilors and the Law Department heading behind closed doors to discuss the voter rights lawsuit, the city will head to federal... [Read More]
By Katie Lannan State House News Service BOSTON -- The unemployment rate in Massachusetts dropped slightly to 3. [Read More]
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