AYER NEWS
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Fire damages Ayer electrical plant (VIDEO)

AYER -- An equipment fire at a massive electrical plant brought firefighters from three towns to Radisson Road on Friday morning. Full Story
PEPPERELL NEWS
HOLLORAN RIDES TO CONTINUED SUCCESS

PEPPERELL -- Tessa Holloran is preparing to enter North Middlesex Regional High School this month, and preparing for her return to the U. Full Story
GROTON NEWS
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GROTON PEPPERELL ROTARY TREATS SENIORS

On a hot summer day more than 140 Pepperell seniors enjoyed a delicious barbeque luncheon sponsored and served by the Groton Pepperell Rotary. Full Story
TOWNSEND NEWS
NM Cares working to remove the stigma from addiction

TOWNSEND -- Reeling from the loss of a child to the opioid epidemic, three moms banded together with three others to form North Middlesex Cares to raise awareness about the dangers of prescription and illegal opioid abuse and addiction.  Full Story
SPORTS
For local lacrosse player, Scotland was the topper

BEDFORD, N.H. -- Jack O'Brien thought his days of playing meaningful lacrosse were over. The Chelmsford native had just graduated from UMass Dartmouth in the spring and had begun working fulltime for Harvey Construction in Bedford, N. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
A rustic plum crostata is delicious summer magic

It's August and my bumper crop of basil growing in patio pots is an endless supply of a quick garnish or homemade pesto but also gave inspiration to this recipe, a combination of sweet and spicy flavors. Full Story
BUSINESS
Cumberland Farms donates to PACH

Cumberland Farms became one of the newest of the 142 members in the Greater Boston Food Bank Partners for Impact program at the end of 2017. Full Story

 
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TOWNSEND -- More than 100 residents lined Main Street Saturday morning in support of Police Chief Robert Eaton, who was placed on leave Friday night after blasting a town investigation into Police Department employees.   Full Story