A vet's appeal to secularists: Let's enjoy Christmas freedoms

As I sit listening to the beautiful music of this time of the year I find it difficult to believe that there is a secular movement in this country pushing for the elimination of any religious aspect to Christmas. Full Story
Vocal minority does not represent Dracut
The Sun has no compunction in using its editorial right to a free press when telling citizens of Dracut and other communities how they should vote or act on issues at any time. Full Story

LeBron, Cavs make NBA Finals

TORONTO (AP) -- LeBron James scored 33 points, Kevin Love had 20 points and 12 rebounds and the Cleveland Cavaliers secured their second straight trip to the NBA Finals by beating the Toronto Raptors 113-87 in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals. Full Story
Lowell POW who died at Hiroshima gets air time tonight

DRACUT -- The kitchen of Selectman Tony Archinski's home recently morphed into a television studio, but it had nothing to do with local politics. Full Story
Bedford police distracted-driving crackdown nets 112 citations

Sun Staff Report BEDFORD -- The Bedford Police Department conducted more than 100 traffic stops and issued 112 citations from April 8 to April 29 as part of a grant-funded campaign against distracted driving. Full Story
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Peter Lucas: Superdelegates simply aren't feeling the Bern

05/27/2016 09:20 AM EDT
There is a reason why so many Democrat superdelegates are unwavering in their support of Hillary Clinton. 
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Charles Krauthammer:The arrow of history finds a target of realism
05/27/2016 09:34 AM EDT - WASHINGTON -- How do you distinguish a foreign policy "idealist" from a "realist," an optimist from a pessimist? Full Story

Dana Milbank: The Republicans' lost hope for scandal
05/26/2016 11:16 AM EDT - WASHINGTON -- Everything Rep. Darrell Issa knows about impeachment he learned from Wikipedia. Full Story

Kathleen Parker: It's the only way off 2016 Presidential Campaign Island
05/25/2016 10:01 AM EDT - CHARLESTON, S.C. -- On rare occasions, Americans coalesce around a common cause, usually following some calamity -- a terrorist attack, a natural disaster or, say, during a presidential election. Full Story

Lucas: Kennedy immune to liberals' drug outrage
05/24/2016 10:45 AM EDT - U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III ought to dump his moneymaking stock in a biopharmaceutical company that charges $1,000 a pill and indirectly fuels the state's opioid crisis. Full Story

Goldman: So many topics, so little space
05/23/2016 02:28 PM EDT - So what could 2016 Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and 1881 Republican presidential assassin Charles Guiteau possibly have in common? Full Story

Eugene Robinson: Petulant Sanders campaign playing with fire
05/23/2016 11:12 AM EDT - WASHINGTON -- Bernie Sanders is playing a dangerous game. If he and his campaign continue their scorched-earth attacks against the Democratic Party, they will succeed only in one thing: electing Donald Trump as president. Full Story