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Strong Skills start for GLTHS

TYNGSBORO -- The Greater Lowell Technical High School SkillsUSA chapter officers attended the recent Massachusetts State Leadership Conference for Workplace Readiness held at the Best Western Royal Plaza and Trade Center in Marlboro. The annual event of more than 400 student officers from around th

LOWELL SUN - 2018-01-21 11:35:52

Motor vehicle crash on Concord Road sends two to the hospital: Bedford Police log

The following are excerpts from the Bedford police log for the period of Jan. 12 to Jan. 18. The log is public record and available to review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law. Friday, Jan. 12 10:09 a.m.: Police received several 911 calls about a tree blocking

WICKED LOCAL - 2018-01-19 18:45:57

Your View: Landlords want to help police make New Bedford safe

This letter is in response to Curt Brown's article of Jan. 12, "Forging a better relationship between landlords, police in New Bedford." Though we appreciated Curt Brown coming to our Greater New Bedford Landlord Association meeting on Jan. 11, (typically the first Thursday of every month at 7 p.m.

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2018-01-21 08:01:00

Free Pizza In Melrose Today

MELROSE, MA - Breaking news! You may already know Gerry's on Main Street is opening Monday. You may not know you can swing by today until 5 and get free food! Our official review: Thumbs up. Come on by. Gerry's is next to Starbucks and across from Turner's.

PATCH - 2018-01-20 20:17:23

Our View: Important research helps New Bedford reclaim its history

Great leaders make profound changes in a community. That was the case in New Bedford with James B. Congdon in the 19th century. He not only was the leader of the modern day public school and free library movements in the city, he was an important abolitionist. Lee Blake and Carl Cruz are leaders suc

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2018-01-21 08:01:00

Player Who Bloodied Brady Revealed: Patch PM

It was accidental and a bloody mess, according to the report. The highway was shut down for eight hours as one of the trailers was carrying shampoo bottles that were strewn across the road. A teenager who is a former Shrewsbury public schools student has been reported missing from Worcester. Police

PATCH - 2018-01-20 22:57:40

Do you recognize this man? He's wanted in connection with a car theft

Do you recognize this man? MANCHESTER, NH - Police are searching for a man who allegedly left a Lowell Street pizza shop in a stolen Honday Civic. Officer Erik Slocum completed a stolen motor vehicle report at 11:30 p.m. on Jan. 18 outside of 212 Lowell St. The owner of the 1997 Honda Civic stated s

MANCHESTERINKLINK.COM - 2018-01-19 18:18:54

Two injured in Chelmsford rollover

CHELMSFORD -- Two women were transported to Lowell General Hospital following a rollover accident at Riverneck Road and Carlisle Street about 10:30 a.m. Saturday. As of 11 a.m., Fire Capt. Kevin O'Brien said it was unclear how the two-car accident occurred. When first responders arrived, they foun

LOWELL SUN - 2018-01-20 17:36:52

Hit-And-Run Driver Manhunt After Woman Killed In Jersey City

A widespread manhunt is underway for a hit-and-run driver who killed a New Jersey woman, authorities say, and a video has been released of the suspect's car (see below). The victim has been identified as Theresa Florence, age 63, of Jersey City. After the Wednesday crash, she was transported to Jers

PATCH - 2018-01-20 16:11:41

TV News Crew Tried Sneaking Fake Explosives Through Newark Airport Security, Arrested

Seven members of a cable television network were arrested Thursday after they tried to sneak through a security checkpoint at the Newark Liberty International Airport, New Jersey, with a fake explosive device, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officials said. A law enforcement officia

INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS TIMES

Jersey City opens online applications for summer internship program

JERSEY CITY -- The city has opened online applications for its six-week summer internship program (JCSI). The program, now in its fifth year, places eligible public high school students in paid, work-based learning opportunities at the city's leading corporations and nonprofit organizations. "In add

NJ.COM - 2018-01-20 17:11:19

The price is right on congestion pricing

Gov. Cuomo's congestion pricing panel just made a critical contribution to public policy, producing a potent, pragmatic plan to curb maddening Manhattan traffic and fund the subways. But an equally lasting achievement of the 15-member Fix NYC commission may be building a bridge that connects the t

NY DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-21 09:10:32

Estranged husband of dead artist left her work to rot: suit

An angry ex tried to tank this sculptor's legacy, a lawsuit claims. The estranged husband of the late artist Anne Chu left his wife's work to rot at a derelict Long Island gas station, according to a lawsuit. Chu's sister and the executor of her will, Barbara Chu, is suing her brother-in-law, Philip

NEW YORK POST - 2018-01-21 04:47:34

Police: Woman crashes into parked car, plunges into river

NUTLEY, N.J. (AP) Police say they rescued a 79-year-old woman after her vehicle crashed through a fence and plunged into the icy Passaic River. Nutley Township police say the woman was driving in a parking lot Thursday afternoon when she suffered a medical problem and crashed into a parked car. The

NEW JERSEY HERALD - 2018-01-19 16:00:00

Protester punches, chokes alt-right party attendee

A supporter of President Trump who had attended an alt-right Manhattan celebration of the anniversary of the inauguration was attacked by a protester Saturday night, police said. Several hundred people had bought tickets for the gathering at a nightclub at West 50th Street and 12th Avenue - which fe

NEW YORK POST - 2018-01-21 08:27:06

Newark Airport's AirTrain to shut down for repairs

Newark Airport's AirTrain will shut down for repairs starting Saturday night Maintenance will begin at 10 p.m. and last until 7 a.m. Sunday. In the meantime the Port Authority will provide free shuttle buses between Newark's terminals and parking lots. The Port Authority is advising travelers to tak

ABC7NY.COM - 2018-01-20 17:29:59

How government shutdown affects the Great Smoky Mountains National Park

GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The frequently visited Great Smoky Mountains National Park is feeling the effect of government shutdown. "During the government shutdown, the park is going to remain as open and accessible as policy and law allow," spokeswoman Dana Soehn said. Fo

LOCAL8NOW.COM - 2018-01-21 06:49:00

Man accused of shooting KPD officer out of hospital, taken to jail

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - The man accused of shooting a Knoxville police officer on Jan. 11 was released from the hospital and is now in the Knox County Jail. Ronnie Lucas Wilson is charged with attempted first-degree murder of a police officer after Knoxville Police Department officer Jay Williams

WATE - 2018-01-19 23:07:28

Maryville woman charged with 21 counts of animal cruelty admits to neglecting pets

A Maryville woman is facing 21 charges of aggravated animal cruelty after admitting she knowingly abandoned numerous animals at her home, according to the Blount County Sheriff's Office. After turning herself in Friday evening, deputies say 43-year-old Amy Robertson admitted to leaving her home abo

WBIR - 2018-01-20 21:59:00

Knoxville restaurant gives discount to government employees during shutdown

It was a typical Saturday for those eating at Holly's Gourmets Market and Cafe. The dining room was jam-packed with patrons looking for a good meal. Silverware clinking the plates, the kitchen bustling and preparing meals for all the customers. For this day, and for the future, the restaurant is se

WBIR - 2018-01-21 03:28:00