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    Michael Goldman: Got to love it that ...

    Back from my first vacation in seven years. Of course, in honor of my friend and client Boston Mayor Martin J. Full Story
    Is Lowell still enough for Meehan?
    Yes, he was once a politician, and some may say he is still one at heart. But since leaving the world of politics to join the world of academia almost eight years ago, Marty Meehan has proven that you can take the boy out of Washington, plunk him Full Story

    Dracut High cheerleaders are national champs

    01/26/2015 06:29 PM EST
    DRACUT -- From a blizzard of confetti to a blizzard of snow -- and congratulations. Sixteen members of the Dracut High School cheerleading squad and their coaches triumphantly returned home Monday after being declared the No. 
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    Powerful anti-bullying dialogue in Dracut
    01/25/2015 06:35 AM EST - DRACUT -- Students and staff at Richardson Middle School recently heard a talk on bullying by John Halligan, a Vermont man whose 13-year-old son committed suicide in 2003. Full Story

    Pelham, Dracut crashes bring down poles
    01/19/2015 08:37 AM EST - PELHAM -- It was tough going on Mammoth Road in Dracut and Pelham early Sunday morning, as a driver sheared off a utility pole along the road in Pelham, and another driver rolled a vehicle onto its roof and took out another pole in Full Story

    Greenmont School in Dracut celebrates Week of Giving
    01/18/2015 06:36 AM EST - Third-graders at the Greenmont Elementary School in Dracut recently collected items and donated them to the Lowell Wish Project as part of the school's Week of Giving. Full Story

    Boys hoop: Bennett boosts Cats; Billerica, Dracut on top
    01/17/2015 06:35 AM EST - Wilmington High senior center Connor Bennett followed up his 39-point performance on Tuesday by scoring 34 on Friday as the Wildcats defeated Stoneham, 75-58, in a Middlesex League Freedom Division boys basketball game. Full Story

    Dracut Rep. Garry files bill to make certain protest actions a felony in light of I-93 incidents
    01/15/2015 06:57 PM EST - BOSTON -- State Rep. Colleen Garry has filed legislation that would make protests like the one that shut down Interstate 93 in both directions Thursday morning a felony. Full Story

    Split Dracut board OKs resolution opposing gas pipeline
    01/14/2015 07:35 AM EST - DRACUT -- A divided Board of Selectmen voted 3-2 Tuesday night to pass a resolution opposing the northeast expansion of the Tennessee Gas Pipeline in Dracut. Full Story

    Thieves have change of heart, return stolen Boy Scouts gear

    BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — A guilty conscience and news coverage apparently led some thieves to return a cargo trailer and camping gear that was stolen from a Montana Boy Scout troop earlier this month. Full Story
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    First Look: Sundance doc pulls back curtain on Scientology

    PARK CITY, Utah (AP) — "Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief" premiered Sunday at the Sundance Film Festival to a packed house — not with a star-studded red carpet, but with police protection. Full Story
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    Alan Ladd Jr.'s wife says Bill Cosby raped her

    Cindra Ladd becomes the latest woman to raise sexual assault allegations against the legendary comedian; she claims Cosby drugged and assaulted her in 1969 when she was 21.