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‘We Think There’s Hope’: Crews Desperately Try To Clean Vandalized WWII Memorial
BOSTON (CBS) – It’s a desperate effort now to find a solution to cleaning the oil off the World War II memorial in South Boston that has left those with loved ones named there angry and heartbroken.
Group home: Employee found in client's bed was fired
BILLERICA -- An employee at a home for intellectually disabled children and young adults was fired after being found asleep in one of the resident's beds, the home's nonprofit said.
Salem mother charged with child endangerment, accused of leaving toddler in car while she shopped
LONDONDERRY -- A Salem mother has been charged with child endangerment, a Class A misdemeanor, accused of leaving her 3-year-old daughter in her running Honda Pilot for close to 40 minutes.
No jail for woman facing domestic violence charges
NASHUA – Several members of Micaela Duque’s family broke into tears in a Nashua courtroom Monday as Duque, 22, walked out sobbing after an emotional bail hearing. Ultimately, the judge, prosecutor and defense attorney agreed Duque needs prompt mental health treatment – not days or weeks in jail.
Lebanon burglary suspect arrested in New Hampshire
LEBANON — A suspect wanted on a burglary charge and on a warrant in connection with a May 2018 incident in which three men attempted to steal a shed in Lebanon has been arrested in New Hampshire.
An 11-year-old is charged with murdering two people in New Hampshire. Here’s what we know.
Authorities say an 11-year-old child fatally shot two adults in Alton, New Hampshire, on Friday, in what officials called an “incredibly tragic homicide situation.”. Citing the state’s juvenile laws, officials say they are prohibited from releasing the name or gender of the child or the 11-year-old’
Three charged in Salem for drug possession
SALEM, N.H. — Three Massachusetts residents were arrested Sunday around 1:30 p.m. in the Market Basket parking lot on South Broadway, according to police. A witness reported three people shooting up in a 2009 black Pontiac to police, according to police. When police arrived at the scene they found h
Prosecutors describe Boston nightclub kidnap suspect’s bizarre behavior, threats
Prosecutors say a 23-year-old woman kidnapped in downtown Boston was plotting ways to escape during the three-day ordeal while her abductor raped her repeatedly and threatened to kill her, while telling her they were going to start a family together and posing her in photos to make it appear they we
Local Islamic Society more vigilant in wake of New Zealand attacks
NASHUA – Islamic Society of Greater Nashua leaders will likely review the security of Millyard offices and mosque in the near future, but there are no plans to lock the place down during prayers or other activities, a board member said Tuesday.
Maine man accused of stealing shed and tools is arrested in New Hampshire
Matthew Thompson had been arrested last year for allegedly dragging a stolen shed down the street in Lebanon. A Lebanon man accused of stealing a shed by dragging it down a street was arrested in New Hampshire Tuesday morning on multiple warrants.
Derry woman arrested for DUI
SALEM, N.H. — Sandy Morin, 36, of Derry was charged with DUI Sunday evening when police say they caught her driving on in Salem. Just after 7 p.m. a witness called police to report Morin's white Mazda all over the road on Lawrence Road near the intersection of Main Street, according to police.
Milford Regional to offer free seminar
MILFORD — Milford Regional Medical Center, 14 Prospect St., will offer the free seminar “The Team Approach: Multidisciplinary Treatment for Concussion,” slated for 7 p.m. April 24 in physicians conference room B, located on the ground floor of the main hospital building.
Murder suspect jailed, pending extradition
NASHUA – Three days after Nashua police found him at a local diner and took him into custody, Remy Salazar, the man charged with shooting and killing another man during an argument on a street in Methuen, Massachusetts, is back in Valley Street jail after waiving arraignment Monday in a Nashua court
Our Gourmet: The pizzas and calzones steal the show
Pizzico Ristorante and Martini Bar is a fun and lively Italian bistro just off the Everett Turnpike where kids and families can enjoy pasta, pizza, and creative and authentic Italian specialties.
Amherst elementary school principal unexpectedly resigns
AMHERST -- Nicola Fraley, principal at Clark-Wilkins Elementary School, announced this week that she will be resigning from her post at the end of June. “At this time, I am unable to share specific details about my next steps, as they are still in process,” Fraley wrote in her resignation letter, wh
Two men, including officer, indicted on child rape charges
SALEM – Two men, including a Lawrence police officer, who allegedly engaged in sex with a teen boy they met on a social media application, have been indicted on child rape and indecent sexual assault charges by the Essex County grand jury.
Dracut crash victim ID'd as Chelmsford-native
DRACUT -- The victim of a Sunday fatal crash on Lakeview Avenue in Dracut is Chelmsford native Mark Dearborn, The Sun has learned. Dearborn was vice president of global accounts for Arpin Group, a moving and storage services company. In a late Tuesday afternoon Facebook post and accompanying blog po
Windham parents and students speak in support of teachers whose contracts weren't renewed
WINDHAM -- About 300 people turned out for a heated school board meeting Wednesday at the Windham High School auditorium, following the news that some popular teachers would not be getting their contracts renewed, and that a longtime athletic director had announced his resignation.
Lawsuit: Harvard 'shamelessly' profits from photos of slaves
BOSTON — Harvard University has "shamelessly" turned a profit from photos of two 19th-century slaves while ignoring requests to turn the photos over to the slaves' descendants, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday.
Register a float for this years 4th of July Parade
Spring is here but Summer isn't far behind. We are just over 3 months from this year's 4th of July Festivities. Register a float in the Parade today!. Participating can be as easy as decorating a bicycle or a vehicle and just riding along or can be a highly decorated float. It is a great way to show