Putting their jobs on the line
TEWKSBURY — Valerie Edge has never been afraid for her job. Through the death of her father, a near-fatal crash involving her daughter, and her own lengthy illness, the five-year employee of the Epping, N.H., Market Basket said her bosses always toldContinued ...
Local politicians side with Market Basket workers
Thirty-eight Massachusetts lawmakers and mayors have injected themselves into the dispute between Market Basket and its employees. Sen. Barry Finegold, D-Andover, said a petition he started Saturday calls for an immediate boycott of Market Basket groContinued ...
PHOTO SLIDESHOW: MARKET BASKET RALLY
A rally with a crowd estimated between 3,000 and 4,000 people gathered at the Market Basket on Main Street in Tewsbury. They are now rallying not just in support of former company CEO Arthur T. Demoulas, but for eight corporate executives in the company who led a protest Friday, cheered on a warehouse shutdown that left many of the 71 Market Basket stores empty of produce and perishable goods and ultimately were fired Sunday.Continued ...
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Pentucket natural gas leak prompts evacuation
WEST NEWBURY -- As many as 250 residents surrounding Pentucket Regional Middle School were forced to leave their homes yesterday morning as work crews repaired a natural gas main they had inadvertently ruptured. At the same time, kids enrolled in aContinued ...
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N.H. workers, shoppers wonder about Market Basket future
New Hampshire Market Basket stores are running out of produce and other items, but customers and employees are still fighting for the return of Arthur T. Demoulas.Continued ...
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Terban's dilemma -- hockey or softball?
Eventually, Georgetown's Katie Terban has learned, dilemmas seem to work themselves out. A year ago. Terban was torn between staying at Georgetown High or transferring to St. Mary's of Lynn for her sophomore year. "It was a really, really hard choiceContinued ...
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PHOTO SLIDESHOW: A CENTENNIAL BIRTHDAY
Living to be 100 is a considerable achievement. How about living to be 100 and still be living independently, doing your own cooking and cleaning? And frequently attending parties and get-togethers with your children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and great-great grandson? Gertrude Paradis of North Andover who turned 100 on July 4th. claims this distinction. She was honored with a big party by her family and received a proclamation from the selectman proclaiming July 4th. Gertrude Paradis Day. CARL RUSSO PHOTOS.Continued ...
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PHOTO SLIDESHOW: NOTRE DAME CRISTO REY GRADUATION
Schools are out for the summer and graduations are completed. The Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School was one of many graduation ceremonies held in June. The Lawrence school, started by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur ten years ago held its seventh commencement exercises Saturday morning at St. Mary of the Assumption Church. So lets look back at that day in photos. CARL RUSSO PHOTOS.
- PHOTO SLIDESHOW: NOTRE DAME CRISTO REY GRADUATION
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NEW YORK (AP) -- Citing an anthrax scare and other safety problems, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday said it shut down two research labs and stopped shipping highly dangerous germs to other labs. An incident at one of the closContinued ...
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