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Snow In Wilmington: What You Need To Know

Tonight's snowstorm doesn't look like it will mount to much but, if it does, here's what you need to know. WILMINGTON, MA -- The snow forecast for later Friday afternoon and into the evening isn't expected to mount to much, but it could. And given that it's still technically autumn and we've already

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Wilmington's Butters Row Bridge reopens Friday

Sun staff report WILMINGTON -- Butters Row Bridge is reopening Friday after repairs are completed by MassDOT. Residents and officials previously spoke out about safety concerns regarding the bridge. The bridge was also rated to be in poor and fair condition in certain areas. In July, the Board of

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I-93 Traffic: Wilmington Crash Adding To Massive Delays

WILMINGTON, MA - A crash reportedly involving a truck near Rte. 129 is backing up I-93 North miles and miles. The crash, according to WBZ Traffic, took place before 5 p.m on I-93 South. Over an hour later and rush-hour holiday-time traffic can't handle the curiosity delays, as cars are backed up pa

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Tewksbury Woman Arrested After Wilmington Crash

WILMINGTON, MA -- When Wilmington Police responded to a car crash at Woburn Street and Eames Street just after 10:30 a.m. Thursday, they found that one of the drivers is well-known to local police. Lisa Nocco, 53, of Tewksbury, was issued a summons for operating a motor vehicle after her license was

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L'Italien lashes back on residency

A Sun Staff Report STATE SEN. Barbara L'Italien shed the gloves and pushed back last week against criticism that she is running for the 3rd Congressional District seat despite not residing in it by pointing to the numerous carpetbaggers in the race. The state senator's Andover home had in fact bee

LOWELL SUN - 2017-12-17 11:35:04

'People Watching' at Fitchburg Art Museum spotlights portraiture

Portraiture as an art form has endured for thousands of years, but you only have a few more weeks to see both older and new takes on it in the "People Watching: Then and Now" exhibition at Fitchburg Art Museum. The show places a selection of painting and sculpture from FAM's permanent collection, as

TELEGRAM.COM - 2017-12-17 11:00:00

Crocker parents wowed by 21st Century program after school in Fitchburg

FITCHBURG -- Crocker Elementary School was filled with excitement Thursday night during the "Bring Your Parent" to the 21st Century After-School Program. Parents flocked to the school -- 25 families to be exact -- to watch their children participate in four different enrichment activities. The fun-

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-17 12:02:08

Joseph's Jewelers will close by end of month

LEOMINSTER - In the 35 years she's owned Joseph's Jewelers, Gini Tocci has helped a lot of people to smile. "We've fixed a lot of broken pieces so people can pass them down. We've been there for birthdays, anniversaries, holidays, helping husbands and boyfriends picking out something special," she s

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-17 15:03:38

Is not it proper grammar no matter how you say it?

he snow was coming down faster when my iPhone lit up. We were traveling over the rivers of Massachusetts and through her woods to my sister-in-law's house in Leominster for our first family Christmas party. On the phone was my 8-year-old grandson, who was stuck because he'd made a mistake on a card

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2017-12-17 11:31:48

Division II Football All-Division Teams

Parker McQuarrie, Jr., John Stark; Matthew Harkins, Sr., Bow; Caleb Putnam, Sr., Hanover; Jack Corriveau, Sr., Bow; Nolan Farina, Sr., Plymouth; Drew Muzzey, Sr., Laconia; Jordan Docen, Sr., Plymouth; Wesley Lambert, Sr., Plymouth; Nolan Filteau, Sr., Bow; Mike Staiger, Sr., Hanover; Ryan Shippa, Sr

UNION LEADER - 2017-12-17 01:28:00

Wish comes true for NDA students

TYNGSBORO -- During the season of giving, several Lower School Students from the Academy of Notre Dame were able to give back to their community. Student Council members Sofia Dickinson (Groton), Caroline Hanson (Lowell), Margaret Barker (Nashua, N.H.), Lily Golden (Lowell), Sanjana Vadapalli (Nash

LOWELL SUN - 2017-12-17 11:36:32

Thank you for Reading!

Please log in, or sign up for a new account and purchase a subscription to continue reading. Local funeral director takes on distracted driving JAFFREY - Mark R. Cournoyer sees all sorts of deaths. To the Jaffrey funeral director, the most senseless often start with the most mundane thing. A driver

SENTINELSOURCE.COM - 2017-12-17 08:00:00

Two Rock motorcycle crash sends 4 to hospital Saturday

Four people were injured, including two children, when a pickup truck turned in front of a motorcycle Saturday evening near Two Rock west of Petaluma, authorities said. The motorcyclist suffered major injuries in the 6:48 p.m. crash and was taken to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital, according to the Cal

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-12-17 06:21:00

Family heirloom inspires Petaluma card company

When Crispin Clarke's grandfather, on the occasion of his 80th birthday, presented his grandson with a Victorian-era book of illustrated Shakespeare plays, it was thought that he was merely passing down a treasured family heirloom. Neither could have predicted that, years later, the book would inspi

PETALUMA 360 - 2017-12-17 08:01:00

Escaped cows block rural Petaluma roads

Around six cows escaped the confines of their pasture and strolled down farm roads south of Petaluma impeding traffic this morning, according to the CHP. CHP reported cattle on the loose on I Street between San Antonio Road and Deer Creek Lane just after 9 a.m. Officers responded, corralled the catt

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Gift ideas for Petaluma foodies

Every year we forget just how much holiday shopping we can achieve within just a few blocks, by committing just a couple of hours to walking around downtown Petaluma. With the fires devastating our local economy, now more than ever we need to support our local shops. Our afternoon started at the Sw

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Large Petaluma mural celebrates community

A drab, graffiti-covered wall near downtown Petaluma is getting a makeover as a local artist wraps up one of the largest murals in the city, carrying a message of community strength. Ryan Petersen, a Petaluma artist, has been working on the 2,500-square-foot mural on the back of the Supersonic Smog

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Petaluma Police Launch DUI Crackdown For Holidays

"This holiday season, drivers will notice increased enforcement watching closely for anyone who is driving impaired," said Lt. Tim Lyons. PETALUMA, CA - Beginning Friday, Dec. 15, the Petaluma Police Department will be out in force searching for impaired drivers. The crackdown, which involves DUI sa

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VIDEO: Petaluma mobile home park tenants claim landlords unfairly raising rent after North Bay Firestorm

PETALUMA (KRON) - Dozens of Petaluma neighbors are saying the same thing on Thursday night-they do not know where they'll go if their landlord raises the rent. And they're facing a 50 percent increase. But tenants claim the landlords are unfairly raising rent following the devastating North Bay wild

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HELPING OUT: Petaluma Pet Pals thrift store now open

ABOUT HELPING OUT This column is the Argus-Courier's new bi-weekly calendar of events that assist Petalumans in need, and locally-based non-profits. Are you planning a fundraiser, benefit, volunteer events, or crowdfunding campaign for a good cause or charity? For consideration in Helping Out, send

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