BOSTON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren is making the case for impeaching Republican President Donald Trump, even as she seeks the Democratic nomination to challenge his re-election next year.
BOSTON -- U.S. Rep. Seth Moulton says he's confident about his chances of beating President Donald Trump in 2020, even as polls show him trailing far behind other Democrats in the race.
Justice Louis Scolnik of Andover, was presented with the ACLU of Maine’s annual award at an event at the University of Southern Maine in Portland, Maine,on June 6.
The cost of school lunch is expected to increase next year, as the School Committee will vote at its next meeting on whether to approve a proposal from Gail Koutroubas, director of food and nutrition services, for higher prices.
Memorial Hall Library is “spacetacular” with summer reading for children, teens, and adults. Visit the library for exciting events, chances to win prizes, and to find great books. Visit https://mhl.org/summer-reading-program-2019 for complete details. Be sure to come to our Summer Reading La…
ANDOVER — Nearly nine months after the Merrimack Valley was rocked by gas explosions caused by over-pressurized gas lines, killing one 18-year-old man from Lawrence and displacing thousands of others, Mark Kempic, newly appointed president of Columbia Gas of Massachusetts, said he is "confid…
An Andover High School graduate who now writes songs, plays acoustic and electric guitars, harp, keys and sings with his band, has done a complete re-recording of his first album and is convinced the new album is so much better because 11 years of music maturity has transpired.
BOSTON — A day after Waltham-based Raytheon and the aerospace company United Technologies Corporation announced plans for a blockbuster merger, Gov. Charlie Baker said he does not yet know where in Massachusetts the new company will be located.
LAWRENCE — Ryan Driscoll, the young Tewksbury man who died after suffering serious injuries in a motor vehicle accident on Interstate 93 late Saturday afternoon, had just completed his junior year at Central Catholic High School.
LAWRENCE — New England native Jeffrey Hassel is returning home after leading mission and ministry teams worldwide to take on the role of executive director at Lazarus House Ministries.
Andover held Memorial Day ceremonies at the West Parish, Saint Augustine’s and Spring Grove cemeteries. The parade, hosted by the town and Veterans Services office, began at 10 a.m. at the intersection of Elm and Florence Streets and traveled to The Park.
It's another day at Andover's Punchard Center and it's a busy scene as usual. Seniors hustle to a lecture or an exercise class, browse the book collection or simply grab lunch with a friend in the cafeteria.
Amid a sea of students in their early 20s wearing caps and gowns at the UMass-Lowell graduation recently, at least one person stood out as not quite fitting the traditional, youthful demographic.
When you walk into the Theory Wine Bar and Listening Room on Main Street, you can almost feel your blood pressure go down, your worries melt away, your mood perk up.
Yet another demolition permit request has been filed for a downtown project. But unlike the recent demolitions of two well-known downtown buildings - the former Andover Bookstore and Learning Express buildings - this latest request has a unique twist.
LOWELL — A sea of blue filled the Tsongas Arena Monday night for what would likely be the last time the members of Andover High School's Class of 2019 would all be in the same place.
As the Stanley Cup playoffs skate on, cheering especially loudly every time the Bruins score a goal is the staff at a Boston veterans home. That's because Beantown Blankets, founded by a Merrimack Valley man, donates 100 blankets to the New England Center and Home For Veterans on Court Stree…
Three local fire chiefs, including Andover's Mike Mansfield, were recently awarded Community Service Awards by The Professional Center for Child Development at their annual Spring Gala.
Freedom North Shore, a small group of committed North Shore citizens working to ensure the health and well-being of women, children and families in Massachusetts, recently presented Rep. Tram Nguyen with their Women’s Empowerment Award in recognition of her unwavering support of women’s rights.
In our last article, we talked about how the increase in life expectancy presents a significant financial challenge for most retirees. In simple terms, the longer we expect to live, the more money it will cost to fund our retirement. The evidence suggests that most Americans are not are prep…
Three public information sessions on the upcoming Special Town Meeting will be held to provide an overview of Town Manager Andrew Flanagan's recommendation of how the town should spend its portion of the $80 million settlement with Columbia Gas.
BOSTON -- Beacon Hill leaders are looking to get a piece of the action following last year's U.S. Supreme Court ruling that legalized wagers on professional sports.
BOSTON -- Rebecca West suffers from endometriosis, a debilitating stomach illness that causes bleeding, blood clots and crippling pelvic pain.
A West Middle School student sent a text message to another student during the day Monday threatening to "shoot up" the school, according to Andover police Lt. Edward Guy.
This Week's Circulars
Kingston, MA - Richard Guild Hinman, 71 died In Kingston on Wednesday, May 22. He was the son of Robert W. Hinman and Jane Guild, of Andover. He was born September 1, 1947 in Melrose, Mass. He was a graduate of Phillips Academy, Andover and Colby College, Waterville, Maine. He was involved i…
- School Committee OKs social studies reboot
- Andover seeks volunteers for boards and committees
- Lunch prices likely to up next school year
- Girls get involved in engineering
- Mural unveiled at Andover High School
- Police log
- New album is re-recording as Andover musician is much better, he says
- Teen killed in weekend crash was studentat Central Catholic
- Swimming into summer
- Robotics club does well at world championships