State requires corrective action by administration
School Committee Flooded with Talented Youngsters
Town uses industrial smoke bombs to find sources of inflow
Northeast Energy Direct pipeline project
Cause remains under investigation
A strong memory I have from the time I was seven is of a family vacation and the events of August 15, 1945, the day after World War Two ended.
Make your home harder to break into.
Elementary school day extended under new teacher contract
Frontman of the Foo Fighters Gives Local Fan a Big Night
Selectmen notes Main Street paving project begins soon
TEWKSBURY – On Tuesday, August 4th, the Tewksbury Police Department will be joining forces with thousands of communities nationwide for the “32ndAnnual National Night Out” crime and drug prevention event. National Night Out, which is sponsored by the National Association of Town Watch, will involve over 16,124 communities from all 50 states, U.S. territories, Canadian cities and military bases around the world. In all, over 37.8 million people are expected to participate in “America’s Night Out, Against Crime.”
BILLERICA – The Shawsheen Valley Regional Vocational -Technical School Committee voted unanimously Monday to enter into negotiations with Timothy Broadrick to replace retiring Superintendent Charlie Lyons. Should negotiations go well, Broadrick will move from his current role as Director of Technical Programs to the Superintendent’s office.
Stole $650,000 to acquire consumer goods
Keeping seniors safe during the hottest days of summer.
APRIL 8, 2015
Shared-use and greenway trails could cost an estimated $1.3M
Blind students enjoy horseback riding at Strongwater Farm, and encounter Anne Sullivan
WOBURN — Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will still face state charges in the death of Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer, and Wilmington native, Sean Collier, even though he is already on death row inside a federal prison, a prosecutor said.
Accused of stealing from terminally ill patients
Fruitlands Museum showcases Alcotts, Shakers, and utopia
Leaves hundreds hot and sweaty
Tips to protect your valuables
TEWKSBURY – Anyone driving down Main Street near the Lowell line can see the structure for a new bowling, dining, and entertainment business emerging from the cleared site. Wamesit Lanes is on track to be completed in the fall on 2015.
Tewksbury Senior Topics
WOBURN - Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan and Billerica Police Chief Daniel Rosa have announced Sunday that Nicholas Bomboy, 17, of Billerica, died Saturday afternoon after being shot and injured more than a week ago while at his home on Andover Road.
BOSTON (AP) — One of the most remarkable work stoppages in U.S. labor history will soon be the subject of a documentary film.
New book brings to life 80-mile stretch of historic waterway
Annual Charity Event Brings Raucous Evening to Tewksbury
WellPet employees bring their dogs to work
TEWKSBURY – Appointments and reappointments were discussed at the June 23rd Board of Selectmen last Tuesday. The Board will not meet again until July 13th.
News from the Tewksbury Town Clerk
BOSTON (AP) — One of the most remarkable work stoppages in U.S. labor history will soon be the subject of a new documentary film.
Local family receives gift of “freedom” with help of Liam Nation
Tewksbury native writes musical about hijinks at seedy motel
Charges also include drug crimes and child endangerment
Selectmen notebook Carnival supports fireworks plan
Wilmington and Tewksbury Honor Departing Teachers
Massachusetts homeowners looking to stay cool this summer and slash their utility bills can get rebates under the state's COOL SMART program. Residents can earn hundreds or even thousands of dollars when they replace their “operational yet aging and inefficient” system with a new one that meets high-efficiency ratings. Zero-interest loans are also available for qualifying systems.
2015-2016 to be Final Year
Investigation Discovery Channel for second season of “Cry Wolfe”
Revenue to support 4th of July fireworks
More Contracts Locked Down for School Unions
Grant could fund home for poochie play
Livingston Street recreation area hosts grant-funded concerts