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  1. By Appointment Only relocates to ChelmsfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Of all the aspects that have carried BAO, Inc. through continued success over its 21 years, the inside sales and marketing services company's sustaining culture is the biggest point of pride for founder Suzanne Higgins. It's one of high achievement paired with work-life balance, of fostering collaboration over competition -- employees don't have to worry about colleagues stealing their leads, she said.

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  2. Time for Chelmsford to split its tax rateRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The time for consideration and reconsideration is over. On Monday night, the Chelmsford Board of Selectmen should vote to approve a split-tax rate for residential and commercial property owners, shifting to a more balanced approach to raise revenue for public services and projects.

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  3. Credit union boosts food bankRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 28 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Workers Credit Union announces it has launched a fall and holiday partnership to raise funds for the Worcester County Food Bank. From now until Dec. 31, the credit union will give the Worcester County Food Bank $5 for every new member or account and for every download of its mobile app.

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  4. Possible fun cut worries local public access television stationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 18 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    FCC haas a proposal that could cut funding to local access cable stations like Fitchburg Access Television. Glenn Fossa, executive director of FATV looks over Sports Weekly by Alex Bogdasarian at their office on Friday.

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  5. PossibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 18 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Uncertainty is what many local access cable stations are feeling after hearing of a proposed rule from the Federal Communications Commission that could gut their funding. These local access cable stations currently receive a percentage of their revenue from cable companies, which are required by law to give up to 5 percent of their gross income to support public access.

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  6. Papa Gino's parent firm files for bankruptcyRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    This sign was posted on the front door of Papa Gino s location on the John Fitch Highway in Fitchburg. SENTINEL& ENTERPRISE / MINA CORPUZ The parent company of Dedham-based Papa Gino's Pizzeria and D'Angelo Grilled Sandwiches announced Monday it has reached an agreement in principle to sell its fast-food chains to a portfolio company and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

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  7. Papa Gino's parent company files for bankruptcyRead the original story

    Nov 5, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The parent company of Dedham-based Papa Gino's Pizzeria and D'Angelo Grilled Sandwiches announced Monday it has reached an agreement in principle to sell its fast-food chains to a portfolio company and filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. The announcement comes after PGHC Holdings, Inc., stunned employees and customers alike yesterday by abruptly shuttering 95 restaurants without a public explanation.

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  8. EDITORIAL: Learn the OML and abide by itRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The Sun newspaper -- and all the people governed by the laws of Massachusetts -- graciously accept the apology issued Wednesday night by the Chelmsford Board of Health, which admitted to committing an Open Meeting Law violation on Sept. 18. That said, it took the Secretary of State's Office, acting on The Sun's complaint, to conduct an investigation into Chelmsford's "improper executive session" and determine that the board violated the law.

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  9. EDITORIAL: Learn the OML and abide by itRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The Sun newspaper -- and all the people governed by the laws of Massachusetts -- graciously accept the apology issued Wednesday night by the Chelmsford Board of Health, which admitted to committing an Open Meeting Law violation on Sept. 18. That said, it took the Secretary of State's Office, acting on The Sun's complaint, to conduct an investigation into Chelmsford's "improper executive session" and determine that the board violated the law.

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  10. Trahan remains in lead over Koh in final day of recountRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Lori Trahan continues to lead Dan Koh in the 3rd Congressional District Democratic primary as recount results file in Monday afternoon ahead of the final result expected later in the day. As of 12 p.m., Trahan led Koh by 142 votes with hand recounts completed in 32 of the district's 37 communities, according to Secretary of State William Galvin's office.

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  11. Selectmen lose courage to help Chelmsford taxpayersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    I have now realized that estrogen is more powerful than testosterone. That realization came when the two women on Chelmsford's Board of Selectmen voted to save the Chelmsford taxpayer $239,000 in supporting a regional dispatcher.

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  12. What an election, and it's not overRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    It's obvious that voters in the 3rd Congressional District Democratic primary race were conflicted in settling on a single, breakaway candidate in the exciting, diverse field of 10. On Tuesday, five candidates received at least 12,000 votes, with the top two finishers each getting more than 18,000 votes out of the 85,000 total ballots cast. While Lowell native and Westford resident Lori Trahan has declared victory in the nail-biting election, only 52 votes separate her from the No.

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  13. It's up to Lowell leaders, fans to save the SpinnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 4, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Five years from now, unless fans and the city's leadership mount an intense effort to save the Lowell Spinners, I would not be the least bit surprised if Lowell no longer has a minor-league baseball team playing at LeLacheur Park. In spite of the Spinners popularity, there are behind-the-scenes maneuvers in play that could well spell the end of a glorious quarter century of minor-league ball in the city -- the longest uninterrupted and most lucrative stretch of professional baseball in a checkered history that dates back nearly 150 years.

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  14. 3rd District Dem hopefuls in final debate flurryRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 29, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Third Congressional District candidates participate in a Monday night forum, organized by the League of Women Voters, at Chelmsford High School. From left are Lori Trahan, Dan Koh, Juana Matias, Alexandra Chandler, Bopha Malone, Jeff Ballinger, Leonard Golder, Rufus Gifford, Beej Das and Barbara L'Italien.

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  15. 3rd District Dem hopefuls contrast on Trump, campaign finance reform, in final forumRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Third Congressional District candidates participate in a Monday night forum, organized by the League of Women Voters, at Chelmsford High School. From left are Lori Trahan, Dan Koh, Juana Matias, Alexandra Chandler, Bopha Malone, Jeff Ballinger, Leonard Golder, Rufus Gifford, Beej Das and Barbara L'Italien.

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  16. For Aucoin, it's the end of a very long road through hockey worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Despite being one of the top high school hockey players in Massachusetts, Keith Aucoin received no love from Division 1 colleges. The 39-year-old Aucoin has finally retired from hockey, ending a storybook 17-year professional career which saw him play in four countries, on 17 teams and in seven leagues.

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  17. Anyone can sound like a market expertRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Over the years, the investment industry and financial media have convinced investors to believe that stocks move up and down for identifiable reasons. On any given day there are usually a few positive and a few negative new stories that can be spun to explain the markets movement.

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  18. Time to see fiscal sense in regional dispatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    And while it's reasonable for some Chelmsford police officers and town residents to question the wisdom of joining a regional dispatch center, the rational conclusion suggests that a community should never squander an opportunity to reduce costs while enhancing services. That's what Town Manager Paul Cohen says will occur if Chelmsford joins Dracut and Tewksbury as part of the Northern Middlesex Regional Emergency Communications Center, which will be housed in a state-of-the-art facility built in Tewksbury.

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  19. July opioid surge dampens progressRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 16, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    An aberration or troubling trend? It's a question the area's Emergency Medical Services community faces in light of the startling uptick in opioid-related incidents recorded in July. Last month Trinity EMS, which serves 13 communities in northern Massachusetts and Southern New Hampshire, including Lowell, Chelmsford and Dracut, received 99 opioid-related calls in Lowell alone -- 10 more than the next highest month since the company started tracking these numbers in January 2013.

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  20. Chelmsford's 'hidden' gem is turning 50Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    One of Chelmsford's best-kept secrets just turned 50. Of course, for the countless families across Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire seeking a resource for children coping with intellectual and developmental disabilities, Camp Paul has been nothing short of a godsend. Now known as the Paul Center For Learning and Recreation, its committed and compassionate staff has been dispensing education empowerment to individuals ages 6 to 21 along with a healthy dose of fun for five decades.

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