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2 hrs ago | Boston Herald
With both sides of the Market Basket dispute sticking to their guns through a weekend of employee protests and empty supermarket aisles, workers rallying for ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas say they believe they are close to wearing down the chain's board of directors.
18 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
Helpful volunteers dispersed throughout the city handing out informational brochures that list the Lowell Folk Festival schedule of performers along with a map to navigate among the stages where said acts perform.
It's been called a David vs. Goliath story, a "Tale of Two Arthurs" and even the "ultimate Greek tragedy," but the characters in this drama are not Biblical or literary figures.
The flags of more than 40 countries marching across downtown marked the beginning of the 28th annual Lowell Folk Festival Friday evening.
A female pedestrian who was struck by a car Friday night on Westford Street, near the corner of Osgood Street, was transported to the hospital with undetermined injuries, according to police and the car's driver at the scene.
David Hilliard 's vibrant, multipanel images find a delicate and unique balance between fact and fiction.
M/A-COM Technology Solutions Inc. , a leading supplier of high performance RF, microwave, and millimeter wave products, today announced a new high power MMIC amplifier ideal for X-Band communication and radar applications.
Murphy also has hired Kevin Coughlin as deputy director of the Department of Planning and Development, and he is promoting Rodney Conley to become the data-management analyst.
Ryan Leahy of Somerville encourages Market Basket shoppers at the Stadium Plaza store in Tewksbury to go elsewhere Thursday.
Sean Lesniak may be just 9 years old, but he already has his eye on running for political office.
State Fire Marshal Stephen Coan, whose office led the investigation into last week's fatal fire on Branch Street, knew he would be a firefighter since his earliest days as a firefighter's son.
I have no firsthand knowledge of the incident that led to the recent administrative action and subsequent retirement of Sgt.
Tables were set up in a U-shape at the Radisson Hotel & Suites conference room as relief agencies awaited the arrival of victims of the Branch Street fire on Wednesday.
The practice of shark finning would be outlawed in Massachusetts under a bill set to receive Gov. Deval Patrick's signature.
Following the success of hosting the National Folk Festival in Lowell for three years, 1987-1989, the producing partners and community continued the excitement with the Lowell Folk Festival in 1990.
Police Lt. Thomas Siopes, who was in command the night a woman died in Lowell police custody, is facing termination for failing to seek medical assistance for Alyssa Brame, among other allegations.
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