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1 hr ago | Sentinel & Enterprise
A decorated car in support of Artie T., as well as a "Boycott MB" sign outside the store as employees continued protests outside the Market Basket on Water Street in Fitchburg on Tuesday.
5 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
A Level 3 sex offender from Lowell has been sentenced to at least four years in state prison after he was found guilty in July of assaulting his ex-girlfriend by punching, choking and biting her, an attack that ended when the victim's 13-year-old daughter walked into the room, according to prosecutors.
9 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
A $1.1 million payment made by the town to the firm in which Town Counsel James Hall is a partner has drawn questions from residents who were unaware that more than 90 percent of that amount went to land purchases Hall made on behalf of the town, Town Manager James Duggan said.
9 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
Carlos Pinales had been a perfect 10-for-10 in save opportunities entering Wednesday night, but the right-hander was charged with three runs in the eighth inning as the Staten Island Yankees rallied to top the Lowell Spinners, 5-4.
An estimated 400 to 500 people rallied on the Boston Common Wednesday, bringing their "Stop the Pipeline" message to the Statehouse.
Passersby looked in the window at the Market Basket on Main Street in Tewksbury as receipts from other stores cluttered the window.
The FBI is investigating whether federal civil rights violations were committed by several police officers the night a woman died in Lowell police custody last year, sources told The Sun.
BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT: Meets second and fourth Wed. each month, , 7 p.m. at St. Francis Parish, Wheeler Road, Dracut.
Crews on Tuesday demolished the apartment building at 77-85 Branch St., the scene of a three-alarm fire early on the morning of July 10 that killed seven people, including five members of one family.
An Australian airline apologized on Wednesday for a warning a flight attendant gave passengers who might have been flying high that there were drug-sniffer dogs awaiting them at Sydney airport.
A story published in The Sun on July 24 has generated a dozen calls and emails to the newspaper, with most people wondering why city government would tolerate the situation.
Six Mill City residents will be summonsed to court for charges related to a brawl over Memorial Day weekend at Plum Island, which has captured the attention of the coastal community since the fight.
The court-ordered prohibition on the city promoting a police sergeant who lives in New Hampshire will continue until at least next Tuesday.
Set free in December 2012 in the wake of the state drug-lab scandal, Christopher J. Koziol who already served five years in prison in that case and has a pending drunken driving case, is now facing a cocaine trafficking charge after a raid on his Lowell home Monday.
Efrain Morales, 30, 100 Denton St., Lowell; operating an unregistered motor vehicle, operating with a suspended license, operating after license revoked.
After all, the Winthrop legislator would not want to be nabbed by investigators from the U.S. Attorney's Office the way champion golfer Douglas Parigian, a Lowell attorney, and six of his golfing buddies were the other day on insider-trading charges.
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