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    Dracut's four new officers boost force to 39

    11/20/2014 06:35 AM EST
    DRACUT -- The four newest members of the Dracut Police Department include a Master of Science degree-holder, a former corrections officer, two active members of the Air National Guard and Army National Guard, a former Dracut High football and 
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    Dracut's four new officers boost force to 39
    11/19/2014 07:09 PM EST - DRACUT -- The four newest members of the Dracut Police Department include a Master of Science degree-holder, a former corrections officer, two active members of the Air National Guard and Army National Guard, a former Dracut High football and Full Story

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    Reports: Red Sox will sign Sandoval, Hanley Ramirez

    Free agents Hanley Ramirez and Pablo Sandoval have both agreed to deals with the Red Sox, several media outlets reported Monday. Full Story
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    Dracut's four new officers boost force to 39

    DRACUT -- The four newest members of the Dracut Police Department include a Master of Science degree-holder, a former corrections officer, two active members of the Air National Guard and Army National Guard, a former Dracut High football and Full Story
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    Nominations sought for Sun's Persons of the Year

    Nominations are now open for The Sun's third annual Persons of the Year and High School Athletes of the Year in both male and female categories. Full Story
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    Nominations sought for Sun's Persons of the Year

    11/23/2014 07:50 AM EST
    Nominations are now open for The Sun's third annual Persons of the Year and High School Athletes of the Year in both male and female categories. 
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    Obama: From 'deporter in chief' to 'gracias'
    11/22/2014 04:59 AM EST - WASHINGTON (AP) — President Barack Obama's carefully cultivated Hispanic coalition was starting to splinter. Full Story

    Obama spurns GOP over immigration
    11/21/2014 03:38 PM EST - WASHINGTON -- Spurning furious Republicans, President Barack Obama unveiled expansive executive actions on immigration Thursday night to spare nearly 5 million people in the U. Full Story

    Nominations sought for The Sun's Persons of the Year
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    Nominations are now open for The Sun's 3rd annual Persons of the Year and High School Athletes of the Year in both male and female categories.

    In 2013, Market Basket CEO Arthur T. Demoulas of Tewksbury was named Man of the Year while Trisha Blanchet of Chelmsford, the founder of Operation Delta Dog, was named Woman of the Year. The Male Athlete was Chelmsford High School baseball and hockey standout Mike DeDonato; Karina Shepard, a Dracut High running star, Full Story

    Veterans, soldiers enjoy massive DC concert
    11/12/2014 12:50 AM EST - WASHINGTON (AP) — Military veterans and active-duty service members were among the swarm of music fans who packed the National Mall on Tuesday for a free Veterans Day concert, bouncing to Rihanna, head-banging to Metallica and cheering protest anthems from Bruce Springsteen, Dave Grohl and others. Full Story

    Hollywood Film Awards make TV debut as CBS special
    11/10/2014 07:48 AM EST - LOS ANGELES (AP) — Judging by the cluster of Emmys in his office, CBS executive Jack Sussman knows something about making successful television, and he's betting on a new awards-show broadcast. Full Story

    Balloons symbolize fall of Berlin Wall
    11/09/2014 03:25 PM EST - BERLIN (AP) — The citizens of Berlin on Sunday released almost 7,000 balloons into the night sky, many carrying messages of hope to mark the 25th anniversary since the fall of the wall that once divided their city. Full Story

    Police: Facebook posts of stolen guns spur arrest

    ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico man is facing charges after police say he posted Facebook photos of stolen guns from an unsolved burglary. Full Story
    Correction: Latin Grammys story

    In a story Nov. 20 about the Latin Grammys, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Paco de Lucia, who won album of the year, was Mexican. Full Story
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    Bill Cosby reportedly used NBC staffer to pay women.

    A former employee for the network, Frank Scotti, tells “Today” show the comedian had him bring women to dressing room and later pay them off.