Tewksbury Local Business
Local business in Tewksbury, MA
22 hrs ago | via Lowell Sun
Local dispatchers say the plan for a regional dispatch center in Tewksbury puts financial savings over public safety, and they worry it will lead to a loss of jobs and local knowledge while putting lives at risk. In a Wednesday editorial board meeting at The Sun, dispatchers in Lowell, Chelmsford and Tewksbury expressed their concerns about a plan that would join their three communities and Dracut in a regional center in Tewksbury. Comment?
Yesterday | via Lowell Sun
Arguments for and against a regional dispatch center that would serve Lowell, Chelmsford, Dracut and Tewksbury. The center is proposed by the Northern Middlesex Council of Governments: Welcome to your discussion forum: Sign in with a Disqus account or your social networking account for your comment to be posted immediately, provided it meets the guidelines. Comment?
Saturday | via Lowell Sun
The Tewksbury Interfaith Choir will begin rehearsals at 7 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 13, for the Christmas Concert to be presented Dec. 13. The rehearsal will be held at Tewksbury Congregational Church, 10 East St. Former and new members from Tewksbury and surrounding towns are invited to join. Comment?
Friday Aug 28 | via Lowell Sun
Tewksbury High golf practice at Trull Brook Golf Club. Thursday was the first day non-football athletes could begin practice for the fall season in Massachusetts. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 25 | via Lowell Sun
Lowell Police Superintendent William Taylor shows two variations of body cameras, one worn on the chest which combines camera, battery and recorder, and a "lipstick" camera worn on the head, which would be connected by a power/data cable to a battery/recorder. The department is negotiating with its patrolmen's union so it can be one of the first in the state to try the devices on a free, 30-day trial basis. Comment?
Monday Aug 24 | via Lowell Sun
Stephanie Dolliver, a licensed practical nurse, works on a patient at CareWell Urgent Care in Tewksbury. SUN/Ryan McBride Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site. Comment?
Sunday Aug 23 | via Lowell Sun
Tewksbury Public Schools and the Tewksbury Education Foundation sponsored the recent second annual spelling bee at Tewksbury Memorial High School. Winners of the spelling bee are North Street School fourth-grader Royce Bacay, Ryan School fifth-grader Hannah Kocsmiersky, Ryan School sixth-grader Katherine Marquis, and Wynn School seventh-grader Meghan Ostertag. Comment?
Saturday Aug 22 | via Boston.com
For Tom Trainor, last summer wasn't an easy one of beaches or barbecues. He was out of work. Comment?
Saturday Aug 22 | via PR Log
Attorney Anya Kennedy joins exclusive buyer agent real estate firm Buyers Brokers Only, LLC as an associate broker. Kennedy is a resident of Billerica, Massachusetts, and she helps home buyers in Billerica and surrounding communities. Comment?
Tuesday Aug 18 | via Lowell Sun
A 21-year-old Lowell man was ordered held without bail pending trial on charges that he used a popular adult website to meet prostitutes who he then robbed at knifepoint. Lowell District Court Judge Barbara Pearson ordered Christian Cepeda-Ortiz, 22, of 5 Warwick St., Unit 3, held without bail after finding that he poses a danger if released, according to Jacquelyn Goddard, a spokeswoman for District Attorney Marian Ryan. Comment?
Monday Aug 17 | via Patch.com
It's a hot real estate market with buyers scooping up properties just as quickly as homeowners are trying to sell them. But have you wondered what the most expensive home on the market is in Tewksbury right now? The most expensive home currently on the market in town is this home located at 30 Minuteman Way and currently listed at $699,900. Comment?
Saturday Aug 15 | via Lowell Sun
If you live near Dudley's in the city's downtown, you might have grown accustomed to hearing the ground tremble every Tuesday around 7 p.m. The rumbling, which is not to be confused with an earthquake, is actually the Good Times Road Race series. In total, about 8,000 different runners have participated over the past 14 years, with about 300-400 showing up for each race, depending on the season. Comment?
Friday Aug 14 | via Pet Product News
According to the American Pet Products Association's 2015-2016 National Pet Owners Survey, close to 86 million cats reside in U.S. homes. As the burgeoning pet food industry continues to reflect the dietary choices of human family members, it stands to reason that consumer interest in feline nutrition is expanding. Comment?
Wednesday Aug 12 | via Home
Kinder Morgan will pay Dracut nearly $2.1 million in taxes annually if it receives federal approval to build a natural-gas pipeline that would terminate at a compressor station in the eastern part of town, a company executive said Tuesday night Kinder Morgan representatives did not speak publicly at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's scoping meeting at the high school. But Allen Fore, vice president for public affairs, answered questions from reporters outside the auditorium during a portion of the meeting. Comment?
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