Lawrence City Councilor Daniel Rivera was first elected in 2009 with 5,244 votes, a second-place finish in the race for three seats. His margin was 742 votes over third-place finisher Roger Twomey. A story in yesterday’s editions incorrectly reported Rivera’s margin.
Market Basket standoff 'the ultimate Greek tragedy'
Widespread mini protests and boycotts continue outside Market Basket stores with diminishing stocks and the company board of directors remains mum in a standoff that could carry on for some time. But the next move is anyone's guess. Employees and proContinued ...
Without Market Basket, less fresh food in Lawrence
LAWRENCE — A sign in the window of the Essex Street Market Basket reads, "Save Market Basket" and "#5 Stands With You." Outside people were busy adding their signatures to a petition to reinstate ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas. Inside, the shelves werContinued ...
PHOTO SLIDESHOW: MARKET BASKET PROTEST
Widespread mini protests and boycotts continue outside Market Basket stores with diminishing stocks and the company board of directors remains mum in a standoff that could carry on for some time.Continued ...
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