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Chelmsford High alum admits stealing school athletic gear
A Chelmsford High School alumnus admitted to a judge that he and an accomplice broke into the high school last April and stole hundreds of dollars worth of lacrosse equipment from the boys' locker room to feed their drug habit.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Sentinel & Enterprise
Market Basket boycott affecting neighboring stores, too
Restaurants, liquor stores and other shops that have long relied on people deciding to grab dinner, a bottle of wine or run other errands while getting groceries at Market Basket have found themselves also seeing their sales dive during the grocery boycott over the past month.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Western New England University honors Champeaux, Santos
Niles Champeaux of Chelmsford received the Max Y. Litman English Prize Award, which goes to a graduating English major who has demonstrated superior skills in literary analysis and written communication.
Third time is first-place charm for Nashoba Tech duo in video contest
For the third straight year, a pair of students in Nashoba Valley Technical High School's TV & Media Production/Theatre Arts program received an award in video production.
ADULT DAY VOLUNTEERS: D'Youville Senior Care Center, 981 Varnum Ave., Lowell, seeks volunteers for a variety of activities.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Explore Chelmsford's Garrison House on Sunday
The Old Chelmsford Garrison House will be open for tours on Sunday, Aug. 17, 2- 4 p.m. Admission is free.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
As far as Fidelity vs. Vanguard, it comes down to fees
One of the most frequent questions I'm asked from potential new clients is which mutual-fund company I prefer, Fidelity or Vanguard.
The man is not a sheriff
A 62-year-old Stoneham man was placed on probation for six months after admitting to impersonating a police officer by flashing a Middlesex County sheriff's badge that hasn't been valid since the 1970s, officials said.
Lowell methadone clinic opens; abutter objects
The methadone clinic that secured approval from the city to move from the downtown to near the Lowell/Chelmsford line opened last week, and a top official from the clinic operator says it is off to a smooth start.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Recreational diver dies in Maine
Officials say 61-year old Anna Krowczynska of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, was diving off the island's eastern tip in 25 feet of water when she failed to return to a dive boat Saturday morning.
NPS director visits, of all places, Chelmsford's Varney Playground
The National Park Service chose Varney Playground for a location to mark the 50th anniversary of a key fund for park creation and improvement on Monday, as the agency's director tours the country to mark the milestone this summer.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
NPS director to visit Chelmsford
The director of the National Parks Service will stop by Varney Playground Monday to mark the 50th anniversary of the Land and Water Conservation Fund.
Sat Aug 09, 2014
Man charged after chase in Tyngsboro
A homeless man was arrested Thursday morning after police say he led them on car chase in a stolen vehicle.
'Before you know it, you're in it for life'
"The ladder of opportunity at Market Basket is there for everyone," said former operations director Dave McLean, left, who worked at the company for 38 years before quitting last month.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Grocery's lifers say ladder matters
The "Market Basket Eight" that were fired and or resigned, from left, Dave McLean, Joe Garon, Dean Joyce, Joe Schmidt, Tom Gordon, Tom Trainor, Steve Paulenka and Jim Lacourse.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
For Cambodian community, Khmer verdicts strike home
For the Cambodians who remember the flights through the jungle, the hunger and executions, the enduring horror of the Khmer Rouge regime, there is no such thing as closure.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Billerica schools chief receives 'exemplary,' 'proficient' marks from panel
Superintendent of Schools Tim Piwowar received his own report card Thursday night, and it's one he may want to hang on the refrigerator.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
Brush brings garden delights indoors
Nothing beats spending time in a garden. It's restful, rejuvenating and life affirming.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
After grievance, Chelmsford ordered to give back pay to sergeants
An arbiter has ruled the town must pay its 10 police sergeants back pay, since payments for overtime worked by the sergeants did not include longevity bonuses, as stipulated in the sergeants' expired contract.
Sources: Market Basket stores will begin cutting hours
Market Basket stores will soon be cutting back worker hours to deal with the downturn in sales.