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A New Hampshire woman is accused of driving the wrong way while intoxicated on Interstate 293 with two young children in a sedan early Sunday morning, state police said.
Child taken to hospital by medical helicopter after falling into outdoor cooking fire
MERRIMACK, N.H. — A child is being treated at the hospital after falling into an outside cooking fire, according to Merrimack Fire Rescue. The child was taken by medical helicopter around 4:10 p.m. Sunday. They have non-life-threatening burns, fire officials said. With the unofficial start of summer, fire officials...
Backyard sports court upsets some neighbors in Dracut
DRACUT - Flavio Granda Orbes says he wants to have a wonderful Memorial Day Weekend with family and friends with his new volleyball and soccer courts he built in his backyard at his home in Dracut. "I just want to be nice with everybody. I want to say to them I do nothing wrong. I just want to have fun with my friends, with the little kids. They always come to play with us," Flavio said. Flavio says the vision behind his project is because his backyard is so spacious it would be a great idea for neighbors and friends...
Massachusetts man plans on letting money work for him after hitting $1 million on scratch ticket
A Massachusetts man plans on making his money work for him after he hit it big on a State Lottery scratch ticket. According to the Massachusetts State Lottery, Gary Cheney has won the first $1 million prize in the Massachusetts State Lottery’s “$10,000,000 Premier Cash” $20 instant ticket game.
Remember Benson’s Wild Animal Farm in Hudson, New Hampshire?
For some of you, this will be a nostalgic blast from the past that tugs at your heartstrings. For others, you might not have any clue what this place is, or perhaps it existed before your time. So, let's take a look back and learn more about Benson's Wild Animal...
Public’s help sought locating Lowell shooting suspect
Authorities say the suspect should be considered armed and dangerous.
Comeau Reflects on Shared Spring Interests Among Humans, Outdoor Friends in ‘Approaching Rabbit’
Dr. Raymond F. Comeau, a Haverhill native and poet, notes “Springtime is for birds and flowers, but it is also for humans and rabbits.”. In his “Approaching Rabbit,” Comeau describes a meeting between a human and a rabbit, “to see if there is room for getting along.”
Arlington PD investigating after multiple pedestrians struck by vehicle in Stop & Shop parking lot
Arlington Police are investigating a crash in which multiple pedestrians were struck by a vehicle in Stop & Shop parking lot
Haverhill’s Pride Flag Raising Ceremony and Reception This Thursday
The City of Haverhill’s official LGBTQIA+ Pride flag raising ceremony and reception is set for Thursday afternoon. The annual ceremony, organized the last few years by City Councilor Thomas J. Sullivan, takes place with the flag raising Thursday, June 1, beginning at 4 p.m., in front of Haverhill City Hall, 4 Summer St.
Londonderry police search for alleged hit-and-run suspect
LONDONDERRY, N.H. — Police are searching for a driver and vehicle they said hit a pedestrian and drove off in Londonderry. It happened just before 9 p.m. Saturday near the Derry town line. The victim, a 64-year-old man from Derry, had minor injuries. Parts of the vehicle were left...
Billerica Police asking public for help in finding bank robbery suspect
Billerica Police are asking for the public’s help in finding the man who robbed the TD Bank on Boston Road on Friday afternoon, police said.
NH driver found "unconscious" with baby in back seat, charged with DUI
PELHAM, N.H. -- A man in Pelham, New Hampshire was arrested Thursday night after police say they found him "unconscious" at the wheel with a baby in the back seat. 44-year-old Jon-Brad James was placed under arrest after local police found him "unconscious" and "slumped over the wheel" in the middle of the road on Deer Hill Circle in Pelham. Police also noticed that the baby was unsecured in the back. On top of two DUI charges, James is being charged with endangering the welfare of a child. Pelham Police said the child was not hurt and was later released to a family member.At around 8:30 p.m., Pelham Police say they received a call about a car driving erratically on Dutton Road. As officers then looked around the area, they found a car stopped in the middle of Deer Hill Circle. Officers say they then turned off the car James was driving before waking him up.James was released on personal recognizance bail, and he is set to be arraigned in Salem District Court on June 5.
See all homes sold in Middlesex County, May 21 to May 28
The following is a listing of all home transfers in Middlesex County reported from May 21 to May 28. There were 230 transactions posted during this time. During this period, the median sale for the area was a 2,418-square-foot home on Dix Street in Waltham that sold for $812,000. Faith...
10 most expensive homes sold in Middlesex County, May 21-28
A house in West Newton that sold for $3.5 million tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in Middlesex County between May 21 and May 28. In total, 202 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $920,873, $496 per square foot.
GoFundMe, fundraisers to benefit family of Zachary Lavoignet
WESTFORD — A GoFundMe has been posted in memory of a young Westford resident who recently passed away. Zachary Lavoignet was born on Jan 1, 2005 and passed suddenly on May 23, 2005. He was a member of Westford Academy’s Class of 2023. According to their GoFundMe page,...
Biologists with pool noodles retrieve two falcon chicks from their nest
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Body of Hudson man recovered from Nonesuch River in Scarborough, Maine
SCARBOROUGH, Maine — The body of a New Hampshire man was recovered from a river in Maine Friday morning. Maine Marine Patrol said they recovered the body of Greg Blute, 46, of Hudson, from the Nonesuch River in Scarborough. His body was discovered by a fisherman who notified the...
Apathy Wins North Andover in a Landslide
(5-23) On March 28th of this year North Andover held its annual town elections. There were contested races for both School Committee and Housing Authority. Out of 22,110 registered voters only 2,225 took the time to vote. Only 10.1% of all registered voters came out that day. Over the last 3 years average turnout has been under 14%. Compare that with 57% turnout for the 2022 midterms and 82.5% for the 2020 Presidential election. This is not just a North Andover problem. Looking around the Merrimack valley you won’t find any town that averages anything close to even 20% in their town elections. Andover, which held their election the same day as North Andover, only had an 8% turnout in their town elections, even with several positions contested, including moderator.
Elm Square Traffic Study Community Forum
The Town of Andover invites members of the community to attend a public forum on the recently initiated traffic study of the Elm Square intersection on Thursday, June 8 from 7:00-9:00 PM at WWI Memorial Auditorium at Doherty Middle School (50 Bartlet Street). The event will provide an opportunity for participants to learn about what the traffic study entails, its timeline, and factors that will be examined in the process. Attendees will have an opportunity to share their concerns related to the current state of the intersection and ideas for potential improvements.
Lowell to Spend $1M on LifeLock After Cyber Attack
(TNS) — Five weeks after the ransomware group "Play" claimed responsibility for the cyber attack that has disrupted municipal operations since April 24, services are being slowly restored to the city's network. Additionally, both Superintendent of Schools Joel Boyd and City Manager Tom Golden have allocated more than $1...
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