• Campaign Notebook - 08/29/2014 11:54 AM EDT
    Fuhs remembered as part of police family

    AYER -- When Terri Fuhs was undergoing treatment at Boston Medical Center for her multiple myeloma, the one thing on her mind was returning to her job as a dispatcher in Ayer. Full Story
    Pepperell officer credited with

    saving man's life
    PEPPERELL -- Tuesday afternoon, a car rolled through the intersection of Groton and Main streets and came to a rest against Kemp's Service Station. Full Story
    New station marks future of Groton Fire/EMS

    GROTON -- Blending with the rural Farmer's Row field setting on which it stands, the new Groton Center Fire Station is impressive. Full Story
    Paid in full: Process worked, eviction avoided

    SHIRLEY -- With a green light from the land court and no other viable options left to collect more than $100,000 due on a tax-delinquent Harvard Road property that has been in "tax title" since 1994, the town was moving ahead with eviction proceedings when the 23-year old bill was paid off at the eleventh hour. Full Story
    Match made in heaven at TCC

    By Anne O'Connor Correspondent TOWNSEND -- The newest minister in Townsend and his flock just might be a match made in heaven. Full Story
    Vipers strike Astros

    LEOMINSTER -- Having locked its trip to the postseason coming into Sunday's game, the 8-0 loss to the top-ranked Worcester Vipers had little impact on the Townsend Astros' future. Full Story
    Tordella, EMIT pushing for prison reform

    Sen. James Eldridge pushing for expanse of restorative justice program
    AYER -- Susan Tordella has spent a good amount of time volunteering in prison. But when she read Michelle Alexander's book about mass incarceration, she said, she became an activist. Full Story
    Police: Utah suspect swallows stolen ring

    OREM, Utah (AP) — Two people were arrested on suspicion of felony theft after police said one of them swallowed a stolen ring in an attempt to hide it. Full Story
    (Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP)
    Chris Brown due back in DC court for plea hearing

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Singer Chris Brown is expected to appear in a District of Columbia court for what would be a third attempt at a plea deal to resolve an assault case. Full Story