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Westford Town Manager Jodi Ross announces early 2023 retirement

WESTFORD — Town Manager Jodi Ross, who has served the town for 14 years, announced she will retire on Jan. 3 of next year. → Read More

Arciero champions mental health support for veterans in recently passed House bill

WESTFORD — For three years, state Rep. James Arciero has called for better mental health support for veterans on college campuses in Massachusetts. Now, that care could soon become available via an encompassing legislative bill. → Read More

Drawing in ‘the big leagues’: Chelmsford native talks storyboarding, creating new Pixar film

Chelmsford native Dean Kelly is the story supervisor of Pixar and Disney’s latest feature film, “Lightyear,” which chronicles the origin of Buzz Lightyear, the same iconic character made famous in the studio’s “Toy Story” franchise. → Read More

The Five Minute Read

TEWKSBURY — The public library have announced a list of upcoming programs next week for adults, children and teens. → Read More

‘Fred and Emile’ captures 35 years of gay Lowell couple’s love

LOWELL — Fred Riley and Emile Dufour lived together in an eclectic Victorian home in Lowell’s Highlands neighborhood for close to 35 years. It was also in that home where the couple were interviewed for the 2015 documentary titled “Fred and Emile,” now making its television debut on GBH 2 on Thursday evening. → Read More

Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association to outline finances, plan for future at annual meeting

LOWELL — The Cambodian Mutual Assistance Association will host its annual meeting Wednesday night, where staffers, board and community members will gather to celebrate the organization's achievements and preview its future plans. → Read More

Remembering Stratos Dukakis: Champion of education, lifelong local leader, family man

A Lowell native, Navy veteran and lifelong education advocate, Dukakis died at 90 years old on Monday, June 13, leaving behind a big, loving family and a notable legacy. → Read More

Chelmsford maintains AA+ credit rating

CHELMSFORD — The town earned an AA+ credit rating last week and will soon receive $7 million in general obligation bonds for a series of capital improvements and the town's recreational facility. → Read More

‘It’s like a tornado’: Preeclampsia survivors advocate for awareness, support at Boston Promise Walk

WESTFORD — While Katie Lemire was pregnant with her second child, she was more tired than usual. She was feeling lousy, maybe because she already had a 6-year-old running around the house, or maybe because she was just an older mom. But the Westford resident started to think something was wrong at about 31 weeks, when she developed high blood pressure and swelling. → Read More

Chelmsford celebrates Juneteenth, embraces inclusion and allyship with Black community

CHELMSFORD — Nearly 160 years ago, President Abraham Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation, effectively ending slavery in the United States. But it would take another two and a half years, in 1865, for enslaved people in Galveston, Texas to learn they were free. → Read More

Lowell Police search for missing child in Pawtucketville

LOWELL — Police are asking for the public’s help as they search for a 3-year-old boy who went missing in Pawtucketville Tuesday morning. → Read More

‘There’s no place like home’: Chelmsford native Lexy Lattimore becomes next executive director of CCA

CHELMSFORD — Lexy Lattimore became the new executive director of the Chelmsford Center for the Arts after the Select Board unanimously approved her appointment Monday. → Read More

Lowell city councilors reintroduce motion on racism, broaden language and impact

LOWELL — The City Council will re-examine a modified, somewhat controversial failed motion addressing racism and its impact on residents of the city at its next meeting on Tuesday. → Read More

Chelmsford officers honored for life-saving, on-duty service

CHELMSFORD — In the middle of a snowstorm on Jan. 29, Chelmsford resident Randi Davidson found her husband, Scott, unresponsive in cardiac arrest. She called 911, when call receivers instructed her… → Read More

The Five Minute Read

CHELMSFORD — Whether you're hoping to clear your mind, exercise your imagination or learn new skills, the Chelmsford Public Library has organized a number of different Zoom events for residents this month. → Read More

Lowell Housing Authority to honor city youth, former commissioner at gala

LOWELL — The Lowell Housing Authority’s nonprofit affiliate is awarding nine students with annual scholarships in their pursuit of higher education this year. → Read More

The Five Minute Read

LOWELL — The Friends of the Pollard Memorial Library, a volunteer group that sponsors and supports library events, is seeking new members to fundraise for library programming and services. → Read More

Lowell High teacher nationally recognized for ‘inclusive’ classroom, commitment to progress

LOWELL — When it came time to teach genetics to his 10th grade biology students, Lowell High School teacher Ralph Saint-Louis took an unconventional approach. → Read More

Westford tractor trailer fire leads to piles of debris, traffic backup on I-495

WESTFORD — State Police and local firefighters responded to a tractor trailer fire Tuesday which left large piles of debris on Interstate 495 South. → Read More

Local African author Masachs Boungou details ‘personal tragedies,’ resilience in new memoir

LOWELL — When Masachs Boungou first arrived in the United States in 2014, the first person he met was his cab driver, who was once a lawyer and businessman in Somalia before the country’s civil war. → Read More