Tuesday Jul 22
Vuong family establishes trust fund for surviving sons
The Vuong family is deeply saddened by the fire last week that claimed the lives of Ellen Vuong, Torn Sak, three of their children, Anthony, Ryan, and Sayuri, and also their neighbors, Tina Christakos and Robert Downs.
Ousted CEO urges Market Basket to reinstate workers
Speaking publicly for the first time since his firing, former Market Basket president Arthur T. Demoulas on Monday urged the company's new management to reinstate longtime employees who were dismissed for organizing protests on his behalf.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Pipeline forums, discussions continue
A Berlin forum, hosted by the Berlin Board of Selectmen, will be held at the Berlin Memorial School on Wednesday, July 23, at 7 p.m. It will include representatives of the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co., consisting of a company presentation followed by a question-and-answer session.
Fundraising heats up in 6th District congressional race
Two of the candidates challenging longtime Democratic U.S. Rep. John Tierney raised what some observers are calling an impressive amount of money from April to June, as each challenger ended the second quarter of the year with around $800,000 in their respective war chests, their campaigns told The Sun on Monday.
A roundabout solution to I-93 rotary headache
Yes, after two decades, all that talk about correcting a traffic nightmare that tortures commuters -- especially from Methuen, Dracut, Lowell, Pelham and other southern New Hampshire communities -- before they even get to sit in traffic on I-93 has finally resulted in action.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Democrats using Hobby Lobby case for phony baloney
The phony "War on Women" is back, re-energized by liberal Democrats and pro-abortion groups who believe religious fairness and equality only applies to them.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Tsongas will have challenger in Wofford
The Haverhill Republican looking to oust Niki Tsongas from Congress this fall is familiar with the animosity between the two major parties.
Mass. lawmakers urge Iraq vote before action
The Massachusetts congressional delegation, which has expressed misgivings about renewed US military involvement in the Iraqi conflict, is now calling on President Obama to seek congressional approval before carrying out even limited air strikes against militants.
Methuen Rotary project hailed
Every morning, the line of cars extending from the traffic circle that links routes 110/113 to the I-93 ramps stretches for miles into Dracut, said state Rep. Linda Dean Campbell, D-Methuen.