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This Week's Circulars
Walter Smith, the Scottish soccer coach who won 21 trophies over two spells with Rangers and restored respectability to his national team in a brief stint in charge, has died. He was 73.
Mort Sahl, who revolutionized stand-up comedy in the mid-1950s with his insightful political and social satire, has died at his home in Mill Valley, California, at 94.
Roh Tae-woo, a former South Korean general who became the country’s first democratically elected president after being forced by massive street protests to hold open polls, has died. He was 88.
- In the front row: Dennis Drinkwater may just be Sox No. 1 fan
- Teen Lawrence killer granted parole but now facing deportation
- Guns seized during Cornish Street search
- Vigil held for former Lawrence man slain in Brazil
- Staff shakes up at Haverhill High
- Prosecutor names 35 witnesses to Salem doctor's crash
- No bail for Lawrence murder suspect charged in 2017 case
- Lawrence murder victim remembered for his want of peace
- Mello cannabis shop gets state license; pending final inspection
- Separate spring trial dates set for men accused of Lawrence murder