Pepperell police log

10/10/2014
MONDAY, Sept. 29 A.M. 5:29, motor-vehicle stop, River Road; 7:55, traffic control, Hollis and Elliott streets; 10:43, medical emergency, transported to hospital, Main Street. 
Full Story
Pepperell police log
12/10/2013 - Monday, Nov. 25 A.M. 6:38, Townsend Street, motor-vehicle repossession; 7:19, Heald Street and Willow Street, suspicious activity; 7:32, Wheeler Street, assist citizen; 7:56, Foster Street, 911 hang-up; 8:01, Pierce Street, lockout; 11:17, Lowell Street, scam phone calls. Full Story

AYER NEWS
(Caley McGuane)
A day to 'to remember those who gave their lives'

AYER -- The Memorial Day program Page Hilltop Elementary School Principal Fred Deppe and the school's 5th-grade Panther Leadership Team presented last Friday morning was as well presented as any of the annual events Deppe and his helpers have organized over the last several years. Full Story
HARVARD NEWS
'Who will continue when I'm gone?'

HARVARD -- U.S. Army Master Sgt. (Ret.) Dennis Lyddy stood at the podium to address the crowd gathered on the Town Common Monday morning for the annual Memorial Day program. Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
'Their sacrifices must not be forgotten'

SHIRLEY -- Maj. Christopher Richardella, USMC, was the guest of honor and keynote speaker at the Memorial Day program held at Whiteley Park on Sunday afternoon. Full Story
 
COMMUNITY NEWS
(James E. Coutre)
Ayer Mom who fought breast cancer encourages support for Emerson run

05/29/2015 09:48 AM EDT
CONCORD -- In 2013 Lindsay McGloughlin, an Ayer resident and 28-year-old mother of 18-month-old Charlie, had just started a new job as a firefighter and an EMT with the Concord Fire Department when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. 
Full Story
Nashoba Tech celebrates 45 years with gala
05/29/2015 07:37 AM EDT - WESTFORD -- Robert Walker has a lot to be thankful for. Now one of the most successful developers in the Nashoba and Merrimack valleys, in 1978, he was entering high school and, like most kids in that position, he wasn't sure what he wanted to do. Full Story

Bemis 5K to benefit Sterling Shelter June 6
05/29/2015 07:37 AM EDT - The 3rd annual Bemis Associates 5K Walk & Run hits the streets of Shirley on Saturday, June 6, 2015, at 8:30 a. Full Story

Pepperell woman knows value of cancer center
05/29/2015 07:37 AM EDT - Pepperell resident Carol Fennell has been working at Lowell General Hospital for close to five years. Full Story

IN GOOD TASTE
05/29/2015 07:37 AM EDT - By Dianne Bunis 8 servings Natural sugars in root vegetables are caramelized when roasted, which intensifies their flavor. Full Story

Regional Calendar
05/29/2015 07:37 AM EDT - SATURDAY, MAY 30 Dunstable plant sale: 8 a.m. to noon on the Dunstable town common, Route 113. We will have lots of hardy garden grown perennials, shrubs, annuals and herbs for sale. Full Story

Ayer Mom who fought breast cancer encourages support
05/29/2015 07:37 AM EDT - CONCORD -- In 2013 Lindsay McGloughlin, an Ayer resident and 28-year-old mother of 18-month-old Charlie, had just started a new job as a firefighter and an EMT with the Concord Fire Department when she was diagnosed with breast cancer. Full Story

(Elise Amendola/AP)
Officials say those Boston snow piles are even more vile

BOSTON (AP) — It's disgusting enough to put you off snow cones for the rest of the summer. A Boston public works official says the towering piles of filthy snow left over from the city's record-setting winter are even more grotesque than most people can imagine. Full Story
(Dana Ferguson/AP)
Dustin Diamond bar fight: Former TV star guilty of lesser charges

PORT WASHINGTON, Wis. (AP) -- TV actor Dustin Diamond was convicted Friday of two misdemeanors stemming from a barroom fight, but a Wisconsin jury cleared the former "Saved by the Bell" actor of the most serious felony charge.