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Sweep of drug dealers on Wednesday nets 32 individuals in Fitchburg

District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. was at the Fitchburg Police Department with Mayor Stephen DiNatale and Police Chief Ernest Martineau for a press conference to talk about the 27 arrest in the city Wednesday for a city wide drug bust. Chief Martineau, on left, and DA Early listen to questions fr

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2018-10-18 17:54:49

1 dies in Orange house fire, another injured

Another person was sent to Athol Hospital, conscious and alert, with injuries from the fire.

ATHOL DAILY NEWS - 2018-10-19 14:34:51

Police searching for four people after £800 designer clothing theft

Traffic and TravelPedestrian in intensive care after crash involving Land Rover in BostonLincoln City CentrePolice close off Pelham Bridge in Lincoln to deal with incidentSpaldingHollywood actress Amber Heard comforts tearful Spalding man whose mum and sister were shot dead as he makes emotional ple

LINCOLNSHIRELIVE.CO.UK - 2018-10-19 14:06:39

City men facing robbery, assault charges

FITCHBURG -- After beating up a Leominster man and stealing his wallet, cell phone and motor vehicle, two city men are facing several charges, including robbery, assault and battery and larceny, said a police department spokesman.

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2018-10-19 10:32:40

Fitchburg cruises to Homecoming victory over Crusaders

FITCHBURG -- Last week, on the short side of a 35-7 decision. This week, the right side of the same.

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2018-10-20 01:43:28

Leominster man pleads guilty to passport fraud

The man who pleaded guilty on Oct. 17 is known only as "John Doe," according to Lelling's statement. His true identity and age are "presently unknown" by the U.S. Attorney's office, however his last known address was in Leominster.

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2018-10-19 10:32:11

Nashua Police: Man Ran $1K Lowe's Self-Checkout Scheme

NASHUA, NH -- A Massachusetts man was arrested this week on charges he took advantage of the Nashua Lowe's self-checkout machine to the tune of than $1,000, according to police. Michael Rogers (pictured), 43, of Chelmsford, Massachusetts, was arrested Monday and charged with felony fraud.

PATCH - 2018-10-19 15:44:54

One dead, one hospitalized following early morning fire in Orange

ORANGE, MA (WGGB/WSHM) - Officials are investigating a house fire that occurred early Friday morning on West Main Street that left one person dead and hospitalized another.Orange Fire officials tell us they received the call around 8:10 Friday morning.One person was transported to a hospital in Atho

WESTERNMASSNEWS.COM - 2018-10-19 12:30:00

Nashua Drug Sweep Nets 9 Arrests

NASHUA, NH -- The latest Nashua police drug sweep this week netted nine arrests. The sweep was conducted under the "Granite Shield" program, a state-funded initiative targeting criminal opioid distribution. The mugshots of the nine individuals can be found above.

PATCH - 2018-10-18 17:57:32

Police hunt for wanted man after making threat to kill

He is wanted in connection for five charges including making a threat to kill, breach of harassment order, assault, theft and criminal damage.

LINCOLNSHIRELIVE.CO.UK - 2018-10-18 16:32:26

A man arrested in Malden died after he said he was having trouble breathing

A 37-year-old man arrested in Malden earlier this month died after he told police he was having trouble breathing, according to the Middlesex County District Attorney’s office.The man, who was not identified in a statement from the district attorney’s office sent to Boston.com Thursday, was pronounc

BOSTON GLOBE - 2018-10-18 14:50:01

Lawrence auto shop owner pleads guilty to illegal dumping into river

SALEM, Mass — A Lawrence auto shop owner charged with dumping automotive oil into the Merrimack River decided to plead guilty on Thursday, just before his trial was scheduled to start in Salem Superior Court.

EAGLE-TRIBUNE - 2018-10-18 15:19:00

Leominster busts four NYC residents on counterfeit money charges

No Published CaptionSun staff photos can be ordered by visiting ourSmugMugsite.LEOMINSTER -- A team of "professional counterfeiters" from New York City were arrested at the Mall at Whitney Field Tuesday afternoon after attempting to spend over $1,000 of fake money there.Though counterfeit bills will


Hudson police log, Oct. 19 edition - Community Advocate

2:37 a.m.Arrested,Brian William Fragapane, 33, of 92 Goodnow Rd., Sudbury, for OUI liquor 2ndoffense, op MV with license suspended, operating to endanger.

COMMUNITYADVOCATE.COM - 2018-10-18 13:43:26

Powerball ticket sold in Massachusetts worth a million dollars

One Powerball player in Massachusetts woke up a million dollars richer Thursday morning.A person who bought a ticket in the Bay State matched all five numbers in Wednesday night’s drawing but did not hit the Powerball, according to the Massachusetts State Lottery.Two other people received a million


Marie Spencer, 63, of Hudson

Hudson– Marie Virginia (Foresi) Spencer, 63, of Hudson, formerly of Farmington Hills, Mich., passed away peacefully Oct. 13, 2018 at Emerson Hospital in Concord, surrounded by her loving family, after a brief period of declining health. She leaves behind her beloved husband of almost 39 years, Craig

COMMUNITYADVOCATE.COM - 2018-10-18 15:32:09

Fitchburg paraprofessional on paid leave over tweet involving President Trump's son

FITCHBURG -- Longsjo Middle School Principal Craig Chalifoux says a tweet that led to his wife, a district paraprofessional, being placed on administrative leave Monday has been taken out of context.


Fitchburg water main breaks while firefighters battle small blaze in attic of Laurel Street home

"I've never seen a hole this big, not in Fitchburg," said Fire Chief Kevin Roy, who arrived at 114-116 Laurel St. from a conference after firefighters got the smoldering fire under control.


Salem rest area sees more drug arrests

Dolan said when it came to these arrests, the couple was in possession of the drugs, but the responding officer did not see them using.


As Lunenburg farm grapples with next move after barn collapse, community rallies around them

"Everything we've been doing for dairy operations has been in that barn since 1951," said Sharon Kimball, the eldest daughter of farm owners Doug and Marilyn MacMillan. "We have to reassess where we're going."