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Check out a Nightmare Before Christmas on Friday! It costs $2, with a $10 cap per family.
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Winstanley Enterprises, re-developers of the plaza at what once was the Stop & Shop Plaza on Boston Road, provided two major announcements on Tuesday relating to the rebirth of what once was a major shopping center in the heart of town.
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A Superior Court judge has ruled that the trial judge will have to determine if a jury will hear about former Dracut Treasurer James Doukszewicz's convictions for embezzlement in his upcoming trial in which he is suing the town over unused sick and vacation time.
Check our Christmas Eve in Dobb's Diner on Friday at 7 p.m. at the Chelmsford Center for the Arts.
At Nashoba Tech's recent Open House, Dental Assisting instructor Amanda Dangelo, far right, talks about the program with Westford residents, from left, Elizabeth Lavoie, Amy Martin and Nathan Martin, an eighth-grader who is hoping to attend Nashoba Tech next fall to study either Engineering Technology, Programming & Web Development or Machine Tool ... (more)
The fate of a new affordable housing development that could add hundreds of cars to the area near the Billerica Road exit to Route 3 remains up in the air following a Zoning Board of Appeals meeting on Thursday night.
Over the next few days, U.S. and Commonwealth flags will be at half-staff in Chelmsford to memorialize two events.
Tickets are $20 and are available at www.chelmsfordarts.org or 978-250-3780. Make sure to be there by 12:30.
Fitchburg State University will present the President's Medal to retiring Fitchburg Police Chief Robert A. DeMoura during the university's winter commencement ceremony on Dec. 20. DeMoura has led the Fitchburg Police Department since 2008, guiding the force through challenging fiscal times while revolutionizing the departmental philosophy of ... (more)
Horror stories of near hits by cars at crosswalks, fear of rush-hour traffic in the center of town and never visiting the Farmers' Market more than once in 14 years were all concerns brought to the table Wednesday night.
Head over to the Dutton House on Saturday from 9 to noon and donate your used books, DVDs and other items to the library.
Part Two of a transcript of the Dec. 3 School Committee Meeting. For the links to all parts of the transcript, click here.
Christmas and New Years' Day is coming soon, and of course that means school vacation.