• Despite deficit, senators like to spend - 05/24/2016 11:07 AM EDT
    A lot of years, a lot of patience, and soon, a park for a Dracut hero

    Army Spc. Mathew Boulé died in Iraq in April 2003 when the Black Hawk helicopter he was in crashed. Full Story
    Kathleen Parker: Farewell, grand old party
    WASHINGTON -- It wasn't precisely an act of moral courage, but House Speaker Paul Ryan's comment that he's not ready to support presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump was at least . Full Story

    Gas pipeline that would have ended in Dracut officially scrapped

    05/24/2016 09:05 AM EDT
    In three sparse paragraphs, Kinder Morgan on Monday withdrew its application to build the 188-mile Northeast Energy Direct pipeline, which would have run from Wright, N. 
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    Holocaust survivor to speak in Dracut
    05/22/2016 06:38 AM EDT - DRACUT -- Rena Finder was a child in Poland when the Nazis invaded in 1939. As her family was forced into a ghetto, her father taken away, never to return, Finder's former German neighbors watched and said nothing. Full Story

    Dracut World War II vet awarded France's highest honor
    05/22/2016 12:59 AM EDT - BOSTON -- Almost 72 years after he landed with the Army's 79th Infantry Division on Utah Beach in Normandy, Frank Polewarczyk received the highest honor France can bestow: the Legion of Honor. Full Story

    Megan's House benefit motorcycle ride Saturday
    05/19/2016 08:39 AM EDT - The first annual Megan's House Motorcycle Ride/Benefit for Recovery will start at 10 a.m., at Joker's Lounge on Stewart Street in Dracut, and end back at Joker's at 3 p. Full Story

    Favreau, Tewksbury take care of Dracut
    05/19/2016 10:08 AM EDT - DRACUT -- The Tewksbury softball team traveled to Dracut Wednesday night and overcame obstacles ranging from an intimidating rival to a group of shirtless senior Dracut boys who, in celebration of Senior Full Story

    Bill limiting sick, vacation buyback has hearing
    05/18/2016 09:26 AM EDT - LOWELL -- Rep. Colleen Garry's legislation proposing limits on unused sick and vacation buy-back by public employees will take center stage at the Statehouse today, as the bill gets its first hearing before the joint Public Service Committee. Full Story

    Dracut manager sides with union over police deputy
    05/17/2016 09:01 AM EDT - DRACUT -- Town Manager Jim Duggan sided with the union on two grievances filed against Deputy Police Chief David Chartrand and will launch a further investigation into the release of a Dracut police lieutenant's personnel documents. Full Story

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    Brad Pitt saves young fan from being crushed

    Brad Pitt and his bodyguards pulled a young girl out of a dangerous situation near the set of his upcoming film 'Allied.’