Dustin Munroe, who lives in the third-floor apartment where the fire started, and Susan Pullino, who lives on the second floor, watch as firefighters battle last night's blaze.
Council joins workers in support for ousted CEO
HAVERHILL -- City councilors waded into the Market Basket dispute last night, voting to send a letter to the company's board of directors and its president expressing support for ousted president Arthur T. Demoulas and workers who want their former lContinued ...
Council scolds mayor for stifling chief
HAVERHILL — City Council fired back at Mayor James Fiorentini last night for banning the public safety commissioner from attending a council meeting on police and fire spending last month. The council had asked the mayor to send Alan DeNaro to the buContinued ...
Free concert this Sunday at Winnekenni Castle
Winnekenni Castle will host a free concert by Rico Barr & the Jump "N" Jive Review on Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. The Jump 'n' Jive Review was nominated as Swing Band of The Year by the National Swing Awards, but the band's repertoire includes the historContinued ...
- Without Market Basket, less fresh food in Lawrence
- Market Basket standoff 'the ultimate Greek tragedy'
- Pentucket natural gas leak prompts evacuation
- Merrimack Valley Hospital donates equipment to NECC
- Monday, July 21, 2014
- Local politicians side with Market Basket workers
- Putting their jobs on the line
- UPDATE: Market Basket employees exhorted to shut their stores down
- Council wants trash crisis facts
- Political currents pushing coastal buyback program
- Lawrence students earn scholarships
- Sunday, July 20, 2014
- Student parking fee proposed for Haverhill High
- Friday, July 18, 2014
- Hundreds attend rally for ousted Market Basket boss
- UPDATE: Arthur T. supporters cheered at Market Basket rally
- UPDATE: Crowd of more than 1,000 at Market Basket HQ for rally
- Haverhill school administrators get new contract and pay raise
- Connected farm program in Kingston
- Georgetown men sentenced for fraud
- Thursday, July 17, 2014
- Two Georgetown men sentenced for Social Security fraud
- Forest Acres fire victims receive donated money
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- Victims' families decry juvenile parole bill
- Wednesday, July 16, 2014
- Board hikes expense accounts
- Storm topples trees, rips down power lines
- Lawrence Heritage offering 'Monuments and Martyrs' Tour
- State fights back on higher flood insurance rates
- Council joins workers in support for ousted CEO