Yesterday the Nevins Farm team received a veritable menagerie of animals--eight cats, five kittens, four turtles, two tortoises, four rabbits, three snakes and approximately 60 fish--that were all living together in a cramped house in Fitchburg. The animals were discovered when the local fire department responded to a fire at the home. While the fire was quickly doused and no injuries were reported, the owner of the animals (whose identity is not being released) voluntarily surrendered the animals after realizing she could not meet their needs.
Consentino comes under fire before election
Questions surround former Atkinson police Chief Philip Consentino in his run for selectmen.Continued ...
Neighbors, rescuers free woman trapped under car
LAWRENCE--Neighbors and firefighters worked together Thursday evening to free a young mother who was trapped under a car after an accident on Marston Street. Police said the 22-year-old woman's twin daughters were inside the Honda Accord when the carContinued ...
Try not to lose sleep over turning clocks forward
Daylight-saving time starts early tomorrow morning, a change that can be a little disruptive to sleep patterns for about a week. When clocks spring forward at 2 a.m. tomorrow, besides finding you're awake a little earlier than you wanted on a weekendContinued ...
- Anderson wants indecent exposure case dismissed
- Legal bill tops $15k in January
- Friday, March 7, 2014
- Kitten killer gets jail sentence
- Sites unveiled for potential Plaistow rail station
- N.H. Senate ups penalty for speeding 100 mph
- Derry teen praised for extinguishing fire
- Opinions mixed over changes to the SAT
- Unclear if Degnan corruption trial will start next week
- 14 Merrimack Valley entrepreneurs feted
- Legislature acts fast on prohibiting 'upskirting'
- Grand jury probes paving work
- N.H. House panel wants protections for pre-buy fuel customers
- Council to question pot center president
- Thursday, March 6, 2014
- UPDATE: Mass. Legislature OKs bill outlawing 'upskirt' photos
- Mass. gained 55,000 jobs in 2013
- Derry teen credited with saving family home
- N.H. House to drivers: Put down the phone
- Advisers had pot license revoked
- Deadline passes with no action at former mill
- This time, local author's voice up for award
- Displaced third-graders get a warm welcome at Windham High
- Pellet gun found in handbag at Lawrence High
- Methuen fire chief calls staffing 'threadbare'
- Study: Windham faces $16M in school facility expenses
- Wednesday, March 5, 2014
- UPDATE: SJC rules 'upskirt' photos not illegal
- SLIDESHOW: CENTRAL VS ANDOVER FEB. 19
- N.H. Senate panel approves gas tax increase
- Consentino comes under fire before election