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Tewksbury takes on T1 Walk for type 1 diabetes

TEWKSBURY - Tewks-bury residents and close friends Rose Ryan and Kelly Crawford put together their first annual Tewksbury Takes on T1 Walk, which they created and named for both of their sons who have recently been diagnosed with type one diabetes. Tyler Crawford, 4th grader at Trahan Elementary, wa

HOMENEWSHERE.COM - 2017-11-18 22:00:00

Taxes edge up for Tewksbury homeowners

TEWKSBURY -- The average single-family homeowner will see an increase of about $214 to their tax bill for fiscal 2018. This increase is slightly smaller than that of the past three fiscal years, but will amount to an average tax bill of $6,056, according Joanne Foley, the town's chief assessor. The

LOWELL SUN - 2017-11-18 11:35:15

Tewksbury Police Department wins safety award

The Tewksbury Police Department was honored with AAA's Gold Safety Award for its traffic safety and education efforts in the community Oct. 30 at the 2017 AAA Northeast Community Traffic Safety Award Ceremony at the Boston Marriott Hotel in Burlington. The department's' efforts are intended to prote

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 21:48:47

Tewksbury Apartment Complex Lies In Midst Of Drug 'Pipeline'

Last week's drug bust at the Lodge at Ames Pond in Tewksbury was the third major drug bust at the apartment complex in two years. TEWKSBURY, MA -- When Tewksbury and Billerica Police, along with state and federal law enforcement officers, arrested three people and recovered large quantities of cocai


MassDOT proposes plan for traffic signal

TEWKSBURY - The Mas-sachusetts Department of Transportation held a public hearing at Tewksbury's Town Hall on Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017 to discuss a proposed traffic signal at the intersection of Salem Road and South Street. The federally funded project, which will cost an estimated $2.9 million is sch

HOMENEWSHERE.COM - 2017-11-18 22:00:00

Public Health Museum annual meeting

TEWKSBURY - The annual meeting of the Public Health Museum in Tewksbury was held on Nov. 4 at the Old Chapel on the grounds of the Tewksbury State Hospital. In addition to regular business, a presentation by guest speaker Dr. Bar-bara Poremba, Professor Emeritus of Nursing and Adult Nurse Practition

HOMENEWSHERE.COM - 2017-11-18 22:00:00

Cheerleading team places fifth at regionals; qualify for states

LOWELL - The bad news is it wasn't their best, but the good news is they advanced. On Sunday, the Tewksbury Memorial High School Cheerleading team participated in the Regionals held at Lowell High School. A total of 45 teams participated with 15 in each of the three divisions. Tewksbury placed fifth

HOMENEWSHERE.COM - 2017-11-18 18:00:00

Hearing addresses need to make town more walkable

TEWKSBURY - Last Wednesday night, more than 30 residents attended a public hearing on Tewks-bury's Pedestrian Mobility Master Plan. The meeting was a joint effort between Town Engineer Kevin Har-diman, DPW Superinten-dent Brian Gilbert, and transportation consulting firm The Engineering Corp (TEC).

HOMENEWSHERE.COM - 2017-11-18 22:00:00

Hopewell teen shot during attempted drug-related robbery

HOPEWELL, Va. (WRIC) - A Hopewell teenager is in stable condition Friday night after he was shot in what police are describing as a drug-related robbery. Police said the teen was shot in his arms and torso shortly after 7 p.m. and was med-flighted to VCU Medical Center. His injuries are considered n

WRIC TV - 2017-11-18 04:08:40

Teen shot during drug-related robbery in Hopewell; suspect on the loose

HOPEWELL, Va. - Police are looking for a suspect after a teen was shot during an attempted drug-related robbery in Hopewell Friday evening. Police said around 7:05 p.m., officers were flagged down near the intersection of Arlington Road and Kolar Street by a teen who said he had been shot. The teen

WTVR-TV - 2017-11-18 04:12:01

Teen shot during drug-related robbery in Hopewell; med-flighted to VCU

A teen is in the hospital after he was shot during a drug-related robbery in Hopewell Friday night. Police say the victim was shot in the arm and torso. He was med-flighted to VCU Medical Center and is currently in stable condition. Officers found the teen around 7:05 p.m. near the intersection of A

NBC12 - 2017-11-18 03:55:29

Lanes back open on I-95 S in Chesterfield after accident

All lanes are back open after a crash on Interstate 95 South in Chesterfield. The left shoulder, left lane, and center lane were closed between Route 288 and Route 10. Copyright 2017WWBTNBC12. All rights reserved. Report an Error or Submit a Tip to NBC12 All lanes are back open after a crash on Inte

NBC12 - 2017-11-18 17:56:31

Chesterfield mother hit in face by bullet from neighbor's gun

CHESTERFIELD, Va. - A Chesterfield mother was shot in the face when her neighbor's gun discharged. Unique Davis and his wife Mygliasi got the call from the victim and they rushed to the hospital, Sunday evening. "She couldn't really talk. But you could see the bullet wound lodged in her cheek bone,"


Shooting victim in Petersburg not cooperating in investigation

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High school football scoreboard - Playoffs Week 2

Here are the high school football playoff scores from Friday night: Class 6, Region B Manchester 41, Thomas Dale 7 Class 5, Region B Hermitage 21, Varina 7 Highland Springs 28. Henrico 14 Class 4, Region B Dinwiddie 40, Eastern View 37 Louisa 35, Monacan 28 Class 3, Region A #4 Hopewell at #1 Phoebu

NBC12 - 2017-11-18 05:01:16

Bandana-wearing suspect buys gum, then robs Petersburg Dollar General

PETERSBURG, Va. - Petersburg police say right around 7:30 Thursday night, a man seen in a surveillance picture wearing grey sweatpants and a black bandana over his face, walked in to the Dollar General off South Crater Road and acted like he was shopping. "There were customers inside during the time


Ellington Man Charged After Firing 34 Rounds At A Speed Limit Sign

A local man faces multiple gun charges after police said he shot 34 rounds into an Ellington speed limit sign. Alexander Czaja, 22, of Sandy Beach Road was charged Saturday with unlawful discharge of firearms, illegal carrying of a firearm under the influence of drugs and alcohol, third-degree crimi

HARTFORD COURANT - 2017-11-19 15:35:00

Ellington Man Fired 34 Rounds At Sign While Drunk: State Police

State police say they've arrested an Ellington man after he fired nearly 40 rounds from several guns at a speed limit sign after a night of drinking. Police say that on Saturday night around 10:30 p.m., Alexander Czaja, 22, had been drinking at a friend's house when he decided to walk home. At some

NBC CONNECTICUT - 2017-11-19 13:58:55

PD: Man tries to steal $3,200 worth of Apple Watches from CT Wal-Mart

51-year-old Curtis Belin of Middletown and 48-year-old Debra McCain of Indian Orchard, Massachusetts were arrested after Belin tried to steal over $3200 worth of Apple Watches from a Wal-Mart in East Windsor. (Photo Courtesy of East Windsor Police PD). A man with more than 40 arrests in Connecticut

EYEWITNESS NEWS - 2017-11-19 15:33:00

Little Angels Catholic Pre-School holds Thanksgiving Food Drive

Families from Little Angels Catholic Pre-School collected non-perishable food items to be donated to the Enfield Food Shelf to bring Thanksgiving cheer to those in need. Photo submitted: L to R: Little Angels Catholic Preschoolers Cameron McIntosh, Hannah Pryzbylski and Miles Henderson.

PATCH - 2017-11-18 21:59:11