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BURLINGTON – More than 50 teams and nearly 500 people participated in the Virtual Lahey Cancer Institute 5K Walk & Run, raising more than $200,000 to support the Lahey Cancer Institute. The event, now in its 15th year, has raised $3.45 million to enhance cancer care and support patients … Read more

READING - Linda Snow Dockser fully exemplifies the meaning of volunteering and championing community service with abundant experience as an educator, administrator and writer. She’s been a Reading resident for many years and her life’s been packed with doing things for others. Her selection … Read more

TEWKSBURY — Grad­ua­ting seniors from TMHS who earned the Seal of Biliteracy distinction were honored this week at a recognition ceremony hos­ted by ELE Department Lead Karen Hodgson and Spanish teacher Sra. Ma­ria de Graça Lealdini-Dudley. Assistant Superin­tendent Brenda Theriault-Regan wa… Read more

WILMINGTON — This past Saturday was Wil­ming­ton’s annual Town Meeting. It began at 9 a.m. once enough voters were present. About 150 residents stood under the large tent behind the WHS softball field while Town Moderator Robert Peter­son led the pledge of allegiance and a moment of silence … Read more

It’s officially July, which means warm weather, beaches, and barbecues. And for many Americans, even as the coronavirus continues to rage and wreak havoc on more than two-thirds of the nation’s states, it means no more social distancing or mask wearing. Of course, there wasn’t much social di… Read more