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The Wilmington Police Department is looking for a Wilmington teenager who has not been seen by her family in nearly a week.
Woburn Police arrested two men for allegedly stealing three sets of keys from the YMCA over the past two weeks and stealing items from cars.
The International Association of Emergency Medical Services Chiefs announced the results of its 2014 election of officers.
Three local nonprofits were awarded grants Saturday night for programs for health-based community outreach and education programs, as part of the Circle Health Ball for Community Health Initiatives.
The facilities subcommittee of the School Committee is planning to meet with the City Council in two weeks to discuss which of the six district-wide projects should be prioritized for funding through the Massachusetts School Building Authority.
School Committee member David Conway blasted administration officials Wednesday night about the procedures and timeline for paying athletic coaches their stipends.
The Irish Parade starts at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, March 9, at St. Patrick Church and ends at City Hall.
Quinn, who was given the mayor nickname, was the owner for more than 40 years of North Chelmsford Hardware, a small store on Tyngsboro Road right in the middle of Vinal Square.
When Michael Surprenant loads up his mother's roasting machine inside Rosie's Caf, the coffee beans are hardly recognizable.
A 50-year-old Lowell man had his bail revoked after he was arrested twice in a month for allegedly assaulting the same victim.
City councilors on Tuesday night thanked City Manager Bernie Lynch for his contributions to the city in the last 7 1/2 years during Lynch's last City Council meeting.
The state announced $3 million in community-investment tax credits to 38 community organizations across the state, including $80,000 to the Coalition for a Better Acre.
Westfield State University trustees have approved using $900,000 in reserve funds to pay legal bills stemming from legal disputes with former president Evan Dobelle.
U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas recently visited Bridgewell's Pathfinder Dropin Center program for the homeless on Rock Street in Lowell.
A Lowell man wanted in connection with a December home invasion that left one man dead was ordered held on $250,000 cash bail on Monday after he was arrested in New York last month.