LAWRENCE — The Lawrence Rotary Club will hold a fundraising dance at the Relief’s In, 1 Market St., Lawrence, on Friday, Oct. 25, from 6 to 10 p.m.
Police Officer Steven Gerrior typically starts off an anti-bullying program in local elementary schools with lots of talk about being kind to others and being sure to accept people's differences.
Gov. Charlie Baker wants to borrow $18 billion over the next five years to help fix crumbling roads and bridges, while reducing vehicle emissions and traffic.
Massachusetts lawmakers want to carve out a larger share of revenue for cities and towns from ride-hailing services like Uber and Lyft to help relieve congestion and reduce vehicle emissions.
With the threat of $1 million fines — per violation — hanging over them, Columbia Gas on Monday announced its plan to check 713 natural gas service lines throughout the Merrimack Valley by Friday as required by the state utility regulator.
It was a morning filled with paddling, hiking and biking for the 26 people who participated in the second annual Andover Scramble — an outdoor triathlon-style event hosted by the Andover Trails Committee.
The state Department of Public Utilities came out swinging last week, hammering the Columbia Gas for breaking federal law in one letter and then threatening to fine the company $1 million for every violation listed in another letter – both of which were issued as a result of the recent Level…
Standing outside the Statehouse one morning recently, Easthampton Mayor Nicolle LaChapelle said she drove 90 miles to be there and that many of her constituents travel greater distances to seek reproductive health care.
ANDOVER — Police said they searched unsuccessfully for a man who fled a traffic stop and a car accident on the northbound ramp to Interstate 93 from River Road on Wednesday of last week.
A voter-approved law requiring larger enclosures for egg-laying chickens could lead to shortages and higher prices when the new rules take effect in two years, a concern that has prompted Massachusetts lawmakers to revisit the standards.
In the sea of hundreds of people that filled The Park, Jeffrey Hassel, executive director of Lazarus House Ministries, pointed out a group of girls dancing and singing along to the music that filled the air.
A nurse from Haverhill is facing a maximum sentence of 10 years in federal prison after she pleaded guilty to stealing an elderly patient's morphine, according to federal court records.
Representatives of NiSource, the parent company of Columbia Gas, said their understanding of what happened during the Merrimack Valley gas disaster "aligns" with what federal regulators said last week in the nation's capital.
About 300 employees of the human services agency Fidelity House CRC have been on strike as they seek a better contract offering higher wages and equity in pay.
Mike Portelle poured his life savings into a small vape shop in downtown Woburn after convincing his wife that the burgeoning industry was a good investment.
This Week's Circulars
Andover - Mrs. Carmelina M. (Patane) Milne a longtime resident of Andover and beloved wife of the late George J. Milne, passed away at her home on Monday afternoon, September 30, 2019. She was 94 years old. Born in Lawrence, on April 12, 1925, she was the beloved daughter of the late Joseph …
- Congrats to Andover students and school staff
- Police log
- Whoa! Mini horse helps anti-bullying talks in Andover schools
- Trick-or-treat -- and EEE
- Town mulls changes to school start times
- Longtime successful coffee shop struggles to stay afloat
- A trip back in time -- Andover style
- A speedy scramble
- Police log
- Lawmakers eye banning Columbia Gas work in Mass.