013015 poll
Did you witness any acts of kindness during the blizzard of 2015?
 Yes
 No
Cops: Pepperell boy accidentally run over by Bobcat driven by brother

By Robert Mills MediaNews PEPPERELL -- A 12-year-old Pepperell boy was flown to a Boston hospital with multiple broken bones in his legs after he slipped on ice and was run over by a Bobcat front-end loader that his 9-year-old brother was using to move snow. Full Story
AYER NEWS
Juno slams New England

Local snow totals hit and often exceed two feet as the blizzard of 2015 strikes
By Jon Bishop jbishop@nashobapub.com AYER/HARVARD/DEVENS -- Winter Storm Juno blasted through New England Monday night and Tuesday, dropping snow totals as high as 30-plus inches. Full Story
PEPPERELL NEWS
Towns weather blizzard of 2015

Pepperell, Townsend highway crews out in full force
TOWNSEND/PEPPERELL -- A predicted snow fall of two to three feet meant towns spent time making sure equipment and procedures were in place and ready to go. Full Story
GROTON NEWS
Blizzard of 2015 all in a days work

Despite multiple feet of snowfall, Groton DPW manages with storm
GROTON -- Contrary to expectations, snow removal in town during the blizzard of Jan. 26-27 turned out to be a routine matter for Department of Public Works director Tom Delaney and his crew of drivers. Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
Shirley weathers a whopper

of a snowstorm, no problem
SHIRLEY -- Snow fell thick and fast all day and continued into the evening hours, piling up 36 inches before ending Tuesday night, according to DPW Foreman Paul Farrar's measure for the town of Shirley. Full Story
TOWNSEND NEWS
Towns weather blizzard of 2015

Pepperell, Townsend highway crews out in full force
TOWNSEND/PEPPERELL -- A predicted snow fall of two to three feet meant towns spent time making sure equipment and procedures were in place and ready to go. Full Story
SPORTS
North Middlesex hockey hasn't missed a beat

When the North Middlesex Regional ice hockey team made the jump from Division 3A state champion to Division 3 this winter, head coach Mike McCarthy didn't quite know how his team would handle the elevated competition. Full Story
HARVARD NEWS
Juno slams New England

Local snow totals hit and often exceed two feet as the blizzard of 2015 strikes
By Jon Bishop jbishop@nashobapub.com AYER/HARVARD/DEVENS -- Winter Storm Juno blasted through New England Monday night and Tuesday, dropping snow totals as high as 30-plus inches. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
In Good Taste

Winter lasagna
By Dianne Bunis This baked lasagna gets it's divine taste from fresh herbs and veggies like, spinach, carrots, broccoli and onions plus sausage combined with low fat cheeses to make it lighter and healthier. Full Story
(AP)
FBI releases photos of San Francisco gold nugget thieves

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The FBI has released photos made from surveillance video of three masked thieves stealing historic gold nuggets on display at a San Francisco bank museum after ramming a stolen SUV through its revolving door. Full Story
(Frank Wiese/AP)
Lawyer says Suge Knight was behind wheel in deadly crash

COMPTON, Calif. (AP) — Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight accidentally ran over and killed a friend and injured another man on Thursday as he fled attackers, his lawyer said. Full Story
(AP Photo/CBS, Lou Bopp)
David Letterman wants Jay Leno to appear on show

Former “Tonight Show” host has been invited to appear with old rival before CBS host retires in May.