Monday Mar 3
Trial in hotel slashing death of woman in Littleton delayed
Accused murderer Rodney Hill listens to his former defense attorney Martha Hornick in Grafton County Superior Court on Dec. 14 - It appears now that the trial of a Vermont man charged in last winter's brutal stabbing and slashing death of a woman at a Littleton hotel won't take place before November.
Littleton man indicted on burglary and robbery charges
Christopher A. Manzella who was living at 3 Main St., Apt. 10, when the crimes took place, is charged with robbing the Circle K/Irving gas station on Cottage Street on Dec. 3 and with breaking into the 200 Sampson Road home of Larry and Anne Carriere on Dec. 5. In the alleged convenience store robbery, Manzella did "purposely place Cara King and/or ... (more)
Close to a foot of snow falls on Greater Lowell
A winter storm that caused hundreds of thousands of power outages as far south as Georgia powered through New England Thursday, making driving excruciatingly slow and leaving as much as 10 inches of snow in the Lowell area.
Littleton schools celebrate review
Superintendent of Schools Kelly Clenchy and Littleton High School Principal John Harrington announce that the Committee on Public Secondary Schools has voted to award Littleton High School with continued accreditation in the New England Association of Schools and Colleges.