Longtime Andover coach and educator Richard Collins, who died Wednesday, retired from teaching at Andover High School in 1997. The date was incorrectly reported yesterday.
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LAWRENCE -- After months of planning and fundraising, the city's St. Patrick's Day parade returns Saturday with everything from Hibernians, rock bands, motorcycles, floats, antique cars, dancers, veterans and more. Parade organizers raised $30,000 toContinued ...
Mayor drops Patriot Ambulance, hires Lawrence General
LAWRENCE -- Mayor Daniel Rivera is hiring Lawrence General Hospital to provide ambulance services in an effort to strengthen the hospital's standing in the region, as it plans a $72 million expansion. Rivera said the move is also designed to end theContinued ...
State cites recycling company for alleged environmental violations
NORTH ANDOVER -- The state Department of Environmental Protection has issued a notice of noncompliance to a local company for allegedly failing to properly cover recycled materials and using processed glass aggregate - crushed glass - as a fill materContinued ...
- Young Yaz getting 'major' looks
- Haverhill police chase leads to recovery of handgun
- In Nick of time
- Your view: Letters to the editor
- Saturday, March 8, 2014
- Mayor Gray brokers deal with pot farms
- Neighbors, rescuers free woman trapped under car
- Try not to lose sleep over turning clocks forward
- Legal bill tops $15k in January
- Sunday, February 16, 2014
- Court blocks salvage, demolition
- Starting lineups for Andover vs. Central Catholic
- Andover Coalition for Education currently seeking part-time director
- Town manager gets 1.5 percent raise
- Friday, March 7, 2014
- Opinions mixed over changes to the SAT
- Educator warns of mid-level teacher exodus
- 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
- Lyons opposes popular state spending bill
- Bank employee helps police uncover counterfeit check gang
- Novel gesture Andover bookstore wins share of author's $1M gift
- Editorial: SJC deals a blow to decency and common sense
- Free tax preparation help offered for low-income residents
- Thursday, March 6, 2014
- Mass. SJC absolves accused peeper
- Doherty Middle School celebrates 'Dave Bettencourt Day'
- Deadline passes with no action at former mill
- Andover merchants unite for shopping event
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