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A 25-year-old man is facing drug dealing and gun charges after an anonymous tip led police to his home.
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Question: I am closing on the sale of my home tomorrow. I just found out that I need to pay $1,500.00 at closing toward something called deed stamps.
Waves of renewal efforts came for Somerville's southeastern neighborhoods a half-century ago, first in the form of widespread clearance for a doomed highway, and later in spurts of construction that deposited islands of suburban-style strip malls and industrial parks around the city's tightly packed residential neighborhoods.
Cars creep down Biscayne Drive in Billerica, checking out countless Santas, Rudolphs, sea serpents, snowmen and angels.
Billerica Memorial High School will have additional police officers in the building today after a bomb threat was discovered on Thursday night.
Local Jessica Wangia will be going on a medical mission trip to Tenwek hospital in Kenya in the fall of next year with the New Colony Baptist church of Billerica.
Former Pawtucket Red Sox manager Gary DiSarcina has been selected as Baseball America's 2013 Minor League Manager of the Year.
Residents who favor building a new Billerica Memorial High School on Nov. 22 filed a statement of organization with the town clerk's office to form a ballot question committee called "Building Billerica's Future."
The Billerica K9 unit, along with K9s from Chelmsford, Burlington and Lowell, conducted a narcotic sniff of the Locke Middle School on Allen Road Thursday morning.
The 2013 Winter Festival & Tree Lighting runs from noon to 6 p.m. in Billerica Center.
A sergeant with the Middlesex Sheriff's Office is facing charges in what is described as a road rage incident where William G. McLean is accused of stopping a driver, frisking him and the punching the driver when he asked for identification.
That's what a 20-year-old Tewksbury man should be asking himself after his attorney claims Patrick C. Taylor's friends must have slipped him something, causing him to strip naked, display lewd behavior and repeatedly hit himself in the head outside a Pinedale Avenue home early Sunday morning.
For the ninth straight year, selectmen voted Monday night to maintain the largest property-tax shift between residential- and business-property owners allowed by state law, which will result in a $114 bump for the median homeowner's tax bill.
The following is Part One of a transcript of the Dec. 2, 2013 Board of Selectmen meeting .