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Nick Mallard

The Lowell Sun

Fitchburg, MA, United States

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Who is the face of Boston sports?

Tom Brady is in Tampa Bay. Mookie Betts is in Los Angeles. Two former MVPs and champions in their respective sports, and two hugely recognizable personalities, both in the city of Boston and the en… → Read More

3-alarm fire rages in Fitchburg – Lowell Sun

FITCHBURG — Firefighters from Fitchburg and surrounding cities and towns battled a massive blaze that broke out at a condominium complex at 7 Beekman St. on Sunday night. Fitchburg Fire Capt.… → Read More

Lifetime of memories

CHELMSFORD — Top to bottom, there was something special about this year's 11U Cal Ripken baseball team from Chelmsford. → Read More

Snap of metal, then collapse

and Mina Corpuz mcorpuz@sentinelandenterprise.com LUNENBURG -- It started with the snapping of metal straps. → Read More

Snapping of metal, then a collapse

and Mina Corpuz mcorpuz@sentinelandenterprise.com LUNENBURG -- It started with the snapping of metal straps. → Read More

Nick Dumont's dreams of athletic glory were dashed when he was diagnosed, but teammates didn't forget him

TOWNSEND -- After two years on the sidelines as the North Middlesex Regional football team's manager, Nick Dumont decided it was time for action. → Read More

Groups gather to bring Dogs 2 Vets

DEVENS -- As a club member, Leominster's Kristy Wark spent most of her Sunday patrolling a tent set up on Willard Field by the Wekepeke 4H Club out of Lancaster. → Read More

Groups gather to bring Dogs 2 Vets (SLIDESHOW)

DEVENS -- As a club member, Leominster's Kristy Wark spent most of her Sunday patrolling a tent set up on Willard Field by the Wekepeke 4H Club out of Lancaster. → Read More

Magic of the rails comes alive at Shirley model train show

SHIRLEY -- Spend any amount of time at the Nashua Valley Model Railroad Association's open house and you'll hear the gasps and any number of adjectives, spoken with gusto. → Read More

McConnell in charge of keeping the River Hawks in shape

LOWELL -- As a kid growing up in the Pacific Northwest, Devan McConnell had a dream of playing hockey at Boston University. → Read More

Mallard: Super Bowl wagers range from ordinary to absurd

Even the most ardent football fan will admit there's more to the Super Bowl than just a game. It's a once-a-year event, a singular evening that can be likened to a sporting contest hidden within a circus. → Read More

Prop bets spice up the action on Super Sunday

Even the most ardent football fan will admit there's more to the Super Bowl than just a game. It's a once-a-year event, a singular evening that can be likened to a sporting contest hidden within a circus. → Read More

Don't discount Jaguars' chances vs. Patriots

And so it seems that while the song has changed a bit, the tune remains the same in the AFC as the New England Patriots again find themselves vying for a conference title next weekend. → Read More

Race for Flanagan's Senate seat to be settled Tuesday

By Nick Mallard nmallard@sentinel andenterprise.com The four candidates vying for the open Worcester and Middlesex District state Senate seat are set to learn their fates. → Read More

Lunenburg golfer denied title because she's a girl

At the start of Tuesday's Central Mass. Division 3 golf tournament, Lunenburg High's Emily Nash knew the day would bring a struggle. → Read More

Mallard: Does Paul Pierce really belong among Celtics' legends?

Seventeen titles. Odds are, you've heard a Boston Celtics fan toss those two words out at some point in your life. → Read More

Disc golf is starting to catch on

DEVENS -- Getting in a round of golf used to mean several hours spent on a hilly course, often leading to fits of frustration in the woods or areas that more closely resemble a beach than a → Read More

Is former Littleton High coach headed to the WWE?

Professional wrestling is a business that doesn't always reward dedication -- like most fields in the entertainment industry. → Read More

NBA great Shaquille O'Neal will be guest speaker at Gardner basketball clinic

GARDNER -- Laticia Rolle grew up in Gardner and fueled her passion for basketball by taking to courts as often as possible. The hard work paid off. → Read More

Arrest in Princeton jogger murder brings some relief

PRINCETON -- A quiet downtown area. Small groups out in picnic areas. Children and adults alike wandering down paths in the woods. → Read More