4 hrs ago
Opposition to city methadone-clinic move mounting
A proposed methadone clinic off Stedman Street in Lowell has been attracting opposition from nearby residents and businesses, mainly across the town line in Chelmsford, whose border runs only a street's width from where the facility would go.
8 hrs ago
Express Employment to host food drive
On the weekend of June 8-9, Express Employment Professionals offices throughout the country will join together at local food banks and pantries across North America to help fight hunger -- a growing epidemic that impacts millions of people in the U.S., Canada and around the world every day.
12 hrs ago
Orange Leaf 'Coming Spoon' to Drum Hill Plaza
Self-serve frozen yogurt is one of the hottest business trends in the area. And soon, Chelmsford residents will have another option to get themselves a cold treat.
16 hrs ago
Chelmsford Softball Edged in Road Tilt With Stoneham
The Chelmsford High School softball team took an early edge over host Stoneham, but the Lions couldn't hold onto their edge as the Spartans went on to snag a 3-2 victory on Wednesday afternoon.
Wed May 22, 2013
School Committee and Chelmsford's Legislators Meet on Chapter 70 and Other Issues
What began as a trip to a taping of Tom Christiano's Politically Incorrect on Chelmsford Telemedia turned into a dialogue between the Chelmsford School Committee and the majority of Chelmsford's legislative delegation.
Tue May 21, 2013
Dangerous Dog Owner Speaks to Selectmen
The Chelmsford Board of Selectmen heard testimony from the owner of a dog that was deemed dangerous in February, and it appears a resolution could be reached by the weekend.
Orange Leaf plans Drum Hill opening
Orange Leaf Frozen Yogurt, a fast-growing national self-serve frozen-dessert franchise, is soon opening a new store at the Drum Hill Plaza.
Westford Academy Earns More Honors In New Top Schools List
After being named as the 187th best high school in America by Newsweek earlier this month, Westford Academy has received another award, this time from a publication closer to home.
Mon May 20, 2013
Chelmsford awards $2.4M turf-fields pact
A contract has been awarded to a firm to construct turf athletic fields at the high school and McCarthy Middle School beginning early next month.
Who Has The Fastest WiFi in the Chelmsford Area?
These days, more and more people are using wifi hotspots to get onto the internet, so we here at Patch figured it was worth a check to see who has the fastest wifi here in the Chelmsford area.
MAKE THEM PAY: The kids who helped the bombers by hiding their computers and throwing out their items should be held accountable to the fullest extent.
Sun May 19, 2013
Acre by acre, Chelmsford open space increases
With a quick and unanimous vote at Town Meeting on May 6, Chelmsford reached a milestone of 1,000 acres of conserved land in town, a total that has accumulated quickly in recent years.
Sat May 18, 2013
Chelmsford High Earns More Honors In New Top Schools List
After being named as the 773rd best high school in America by Newsweek earlier this month, Chelmsford High has received another award, this time from a publication closer to home.
Pawned jewelry linked to housebreaks
After Chelmsford police posted a list of pawned jewelry they recovered last October, they got a call from Tyngsboro police saying some of the items were stolen from two housebreaks.
Fri May 17, 2013
Malden Man Charged in South End Burglaries
The Concord Police Department has arrested three Massachusetts residents on burglaries and other charges, after alleged incidents in the South End on May 14.
At 99, Dracut man's still got plenty of drive
It was only after John Pierro had completed a flawless, four-minute drive from home and parked his older- model Chevy Impala in a space in front of the Dracut Senior Center on Mammoth Road that the 99-year-old committed his first noticeable physical error on Wednesday.
Another Suspect Flees on Foot Near Billerica Road
For the second time this month , an individual has fled from police on foot near the area of Billerica Road.
Thu May 16, 2013
Chelmsford man's bravery not forgotten
Donald Adams' bravery in going after an armed man who allegedly wanted to kill a Lowell banker in 1927 is not forgotten more than eight decades later.
Chelmsford Gets First Look Solarize Mass Project
Much has been said nationally about things like energy independence and the green economy, but for many everyday folks, taking real steps toward things like installing solar panels on their homes comes down to one thing: how much does it cost? That was the core of a new program from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and the Massachusetts ... (more)
Selectmen United in Opposition to Proposed Lowell Methadone Clinic
The Chelmsford Board of Selectmen are looking to mount a strong opposition to a proposed methadone clinic just feet over the border in on Old Canal Road in Lowell, a sentiment shared by neighbors as well during their meeting on Monday night.