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John Edward "Jack" Campbell, of Chelmsford and former longtime resident of Acton, passed away Tuesday, March 4, 2014 at Genesis Westford House.
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A Chelmsford driver told the Lowell Sun that he did not see a man crossing the road when he struck the pedestrian, sending the him to a nearby hospital.
University of Massachusetts students rallied outside the Student Union on Tuesday afternoon, asking UMass officials to meet with them and to investigate the town's police response to the events this weekend during the so-called Blarney Blowout.
Identical twin brothers Peter and Paul Reynolds, natives of Chelmsford and founders of the educational media studio FableVision, will celebrate their first picture book collaboration "Going Places," from Simon & Schuster's Atheneum Books, with a book release party at The Blue Bunny Books and Toys, 577 High St., their family-owned and run book and ... (more)
A Billerica woman and Chelmsford man were arrested Sunday, shortly after police say they tried to steal another woman's pocketbook in the Staples parking lot.
Before Matt Sech found out he had kidney disease after a sudden downturn in his health, he wasn't too much different from the countless people uninformed about the disease who he's now trying to educate.
Dracut's Special Education PAC will hold a workshop Thursday on "Autism Insurance Reform," with speaker Amy Weinstock, director of the Autism Insurance Resource Center.
Two students at Nashoba Valley Technical High School became the first ever from the school to be selected to perform in the Massachusetts Music Educators Association's Eastern District Junior Festival in March.
The Chelmsford High School Theater Guild, under the direction of Lauren Cochran, has advanced to the semifinals of the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild Drama Festival.
The 27th Annual Chelmsford Community Read-In is looking for volunteers to read in our classrooms! This year the Read-In will take place from April 14-17.
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Believe it or not, spring is right around the corner. And when the warm weather does arrive, one Chelmsford business will have a new look.
Selected art students from each of the Chelmsford Public Schools have work on display as part of the Fine and Performing Arts Department's annual art exhibit at the Chelmsford Public Library.