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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Bearing Arms is Constitutional Right

To say that the United States is divided today is almost an understatement. Some might say that we are at civil impasse.

Fatal Crash on I495 in Westford

A 50-year-old North Billerica woman was killed in a one-car collision, Oct. 5, on Route 495 just north of exit 32 in Westford.

Women’s Empowerment Workshop Launches on Cape Cod

Treasurer Deb Goldberg announced Sept. 26 Cape Cod will serve as the kick-off location for the second year of the Women’s Economic Empowerment Series.

Westford Resident is 2017 Unsung Heroine

Marilyn Frank of Westford was recently named the 2017 Westford Unsung Heroine by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women at the 14th annual ceremony held at the State House.

State Campaign to Help Parents Protect Kids from Opioid Misuse Launched

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health today announced the launch of a new statewide public information campaign to raise awareness among parents about what they can do to protect their middle and high school-aged kids from prescription drug misuse and addiction.

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Bearing Arms is Constitutional Right

To say that the United States is divided today is almost an understatement. Some might say that we are at civil impasse.

Fatal Crash on I495 in Westford

A 50-year-old North Billerica woman was killed in a one-car collision, Oct. 5, on Route 495 just north of exit 32 in Westford.

Women’s Empowerment Workshop Launches on Cape Cod

Treasurer Deb Goldberg announced Sept. 26 Cape Cod will serve as the kick-off location for the second year of the Women’s Economic Empowerment Series.

Westford Resident is 2017 Unsung Heroine

Marilyn Frank of Westford was recently named the 2017 Westford Unsung Heroine by the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women at the 14th annual ceremony held at the State House.

State Campaign to Help Parents Protect Kids from Opioid Misuse Launched

The Massachusetts Department of Public Health today announced the launch of a new statewide public information campaign to raise awareness among parents about what they can do to protect their middle and high school-aged kids from prescription drug misuse and addiction.