SLIDESHOW: RIVERA WINS LAWRENCE ELECTION
Lawrence mayoral race candidate and city councilor, Daniel Rivera defeated mayor William Lantigua by 60 votes in Tuesday's election. Rivera announced his victory to supporters at El Taller Cafe and Bookstore on Essex Street. Hundreds of suppporters marched to city hall to continue the celebration and listen to another victory speech by Rivera. CARL RUSSO PHOTOS.
Council OK's new planning nominee
LAWRENCE - The City Council last night approved Mayor Daniel Rivera's choice for planning director in a 7-2 vote that followed two weeks of lobbying by the new mayor in an effort to rescue his nominee from what was shaping up to be a narrow defeat. TContinued ...
Suspicious powder forces lockdown at IRS
ANDOVER -- A suspicious powder discovered in an envelope in the mail room of the Internal Revenue Service Center triggered an investigation by state and local fire officials last night. They determined that the material did not pose a threat, accordiContinued ...
Beach residents await sand from DCR
SALISBURY -- With summer coming soon, many are wondering when the state Department of Conservation and Recreation will arrive with the $400,000 worth of sand promised to restore parts of Salisbury Beach ravaged by storms that hit last year. But the jContinued ...
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