- Wednesday, July 23, 2014
UPDATE: Bail set at $250K for teacher slaying suspect
BOSTON — The Danvers teenager charged with killing a high school math teacher was arraigned today on charges he allegedly attacked and attempted to murder a Department of Youth Services worker while in custody early last month. Philip Chism, 15, appeContinued ...
Firefighters knock down Derry fire
Firefighters knocked down a fire that damaged a Derryfield Road home last night.Continued ...
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 ...
- Mass ranked first, N.H. fourth in Kids Count report
- Summer school programs becoming popular
- Chism to be arraigned today for attack on DYS worker
- Tuesday, July 22, 2014
- Without Market Basket, less fresh food in Lawrence
- Market Basket standoff 'the ultimate Greek tragedy'
- Market Basket shoppers turn to other stores
- PHOTO SLIDESHOW: MARKET BASKET PROTEST
- Statement from Arthur T. Demoulas
- Salem rail trail project receives boost
- Salem Boys & Club hires new leader
- NH veteran awarded Medal of Honor
- Obama denies exemption urged by Gordon president
- JetBlue pilot among 6 arrested in Boston drug bust
- Missing NH teen home after nine months
- Shaheen meets with veterans affairs nominee
- Police: Duffle bag in parking lot not a bomb
- Monday, July 21, 2014
- Local politicians side with Market Basket workers
- Lawrence robbery suspect also facing charges for Chelmsford hold up
- Putting their jobs on the line
- Nevins Farm takes in 400 birds from 'hoarding situation'
- One sent to hospital after Methuen grill fire
- Revival of river patols results in citations, safety inspections
- PHOTO SLIDESHOW: MARKET BASKET RALLY
- Missing teen back with family nine months later
- UPDATE: Market Basket employees exhorted to shut their stores down
- Rally grows to more than 3,000 at Tewksbury Market Basket
- Forgotten railbed would be remade for bikers and hikers