HAVERHILL - The Wash-N-Go laundry at 99 Cedar St. in Haverhill wants to help victims of the recent fire at the Forest Acres Apartments in Bradford. Wash-N-Go owner Frank Pascuito invites residents whose clothing suffered from smoke damage to drop in and have their items washed, dried and folded at no cost. Proof of eligibility will be required. More information is available by calling 978-590-6976.
Arthur T. Demoulas' offer only one under consideration
The offer former Market Basket CEO Arthur T. Demoulas made to purchase the other half of the 71-store private supermarket chain from his cousin's family is the only one currently under consideration, a financial expert close to both sides of the talkContinued ...
North Andover's new 'Field of Dreams'
NORTH ANDOVER -- Bill McEvoy smiled a lot and there is no doubt he would have been smiling broadly if he were at the official groundbreaking of McEvoy Field in town yesterday. The man who spent six-plus decades helping kids and sponsoring recreationContinued ...
City man remains in critical condition
LAWRENCE – The 20-year-old city man who nearly drowned in a Portsmouth, N.H., water park Saturday remained in critical condition yesterday at Portsmouth Regional Hospital, a cousin said. Gregorio “Junior” Ortega, went to the Water Country park with tContinued ...
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- Tuesday, July 29, 2014
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- Monday, July 28, 2014
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