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    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

    SPORTS
    Wright doesn't knuckle under

    BALTIMORE -- Xander Bogaerts did the damage early, extending his hitting streak to 23 games and driving in two runs. Full Story
    DRACUT NEWS
    Dracut High School Third Term Honor Roll

    High Honors SENIORS: Stephen Butler, Timothy Cahill, Nicolet Chapman, Caleigh Collamer, Abigail Cutrumbes, Hosanna DeMesa, Kelsey Dungan, Maria Forte, Jocelyn Frechette, Valerie Hines, Lauren Hould, Alexandria Hudson, Jordan Kirste, Caitlin Full Story
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    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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    Charter school's mission drives change and growth

    05/31/2016 09:42 AM EDT
    Serving children from more than 25 countries, including many recent immigrants from Africa, Southeast Asia, Central America and the Caribbean, the Lowell Community Charter Public School (LCCPS) is unlike most schools in 
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    George F. Will: An Independence Day on horizon for Britain?
    05/31/2016 09:43 AM EDT - LONDON -- Leaders of the campaign to end Britain's membership in the European Union hope that next month's referendum will make June 23, 2016, a date as luminous in modern British history as May 3, 1979, when voters made Full Story

    Peter Lucas: Obama, in Japan, can't help but apologize
    05/31/2016 09:48 AM EDT - President Barack Obama should have gone to Pearl Harbor first. That way, when he got to Hiroshima, he could have told the world how Hiroshima would never have happened had not the Japanese provoked a war with the United States. Full Story

    U.S. REP. NIKI TSONGAS: Honoring sacrifice and supporting those who served
    05/31/2016 10:22 AM EDT - At 91 years old, Dracut resident Frank Polewarczyk defies the odds. He still golfs every week and he can recount, with sobering detail and gratitude, the day he could have lost his life. Full Story

    All grown up, 'Wonder Years' child star Danica McKellar is actress, math whiz and author, too
    05/29/2016 06:38 AM EDT - By Luaine Lee Tribune News Service For years people would tap Danica McKellar on the shoulder and ask, "Aren't you that little girl on 'The Wonder Years? Full Story

    Pope Francis might welcome debate over church's tenets on war and peace
    05/31/2016 10:14 AM EDT - In April, at the invitation of the Vatican, some 85 theologians, priests, bishops, religious sisters, and nonviolent activists (including representatives of the RECONCILE Peace Institute, Kairos Palestine, Full Story

    Is it time for Republicans to ask Romney to run?
    05/31/2016 10:22 AM EDT - There is demand for a third candidate. The unprecedented unfavorability of the two major parties' front-runners creates an opportunity. Full Story

    Mendes bows out of Bond films, hopes for new direction

    Sam Mendes is finished with James Bond. The acclaimed British director of "Skyfall" and "Spectre" said Saturday he will not direct the next installment in the popular spy series.