Friday Aug 29
Cory Harris Graduates from Massachusetts Firefighting Academy
North Reading Fire Department recruit Cory P. Harris graduated on Friday with the 216th class of the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy after a 45-day Career Recruit Firefighting Training Program.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
North Reading Cultural Council Awarded Grant
The North Reading Cultural Council has been awarded a Local Cultural Council Program grant from the Massachusetts Cultural Council for $4,300.
Police Log: Motor Vehicle Theft, Breaking and Entering
At 3:46 a.m., police reported a motor vehicle repossession without incident of a 2007 Brown Chevy Equinox on Washington Street.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
North Reading High Makes Boston Magazine's Best Schools List
North Reading ranked 45th this year. This is a jump of 15 places from 2013 when North Reading ranked 60th, but a drop from 2012 when it ranked 32nd.
What's Open, What's Closed on Labor Day in North Reading
Here's what's open and what's closed on Labor Day, and don't forget - with the Monday holiday, trash and recycling will be delayed a day.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Phantom Gourmet: Joe Fish In North Andover And North Reading
This colorful and creative seafood spot opened in North Andover in 2000, and they recently expanded to a second location in North Reading.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Sun, Salem News, MCC teaming up for 6th District debate Thursday
Democratic candidates for one of the state's most heavily contested primary races will face off in a debate this Thursday, jointly hosted by The Sun and The Salem News.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Community Advocate Newspaper
McGovern continues to fight against plan to close Shrewsbury mail distribution center
Local and state officials are frustrated that a proposal to close the Central Massachusetts US Postal Service Processing and Distribution Center may still happen.
Tyngsboro search panel to interview town-administrator hopefuls
The committee, which has said it would begin reviewing resumes after July 31, will start the process now while accepting additional applications, said Selectman Karyn Puleo.