METHUEN — Chief Joseph Solomon and Mayor James Jajuga report that the Methuen Police Department arrested a teenager and charged him after he allegedly pushed his way into a residence and tried to coerce a resident into fighting him.
ANDOVER — Officials in the Town of Andover are actively monitoring a reported major gas leak in Lawrence. At this time there is no danger to Andover.
LAWRENCE — Administrators and educators from throughout the Commonwealth gathered at Greater Lawrence Tech Monday to learn more about a new programming initiative that’s allowing more students to access vocational education opportunities, and prepare for high-paying, in-demand careers after graduation.
LAWRENCE — A group of elementary school girls took on the role of engineers during an event held at GLTS in conjunction with Columbia Gas.
ANDOVER — The leaders of Lawrence, Andover and North Andover announced today an $80 million settlement agreement reached with Columbia Gas of Massachusetts and its parent company, NiSource Inc. for reimbursement of expenses and major roadway repairs in the aftermath of the Merrimack Valley Gas Emergency.
*MEDIA ADVISORY* Andover, North Andover and Lawrence Officials to Hold Press Conference with Columbia Gas
Leaders in the communities affected by the Merrimack Valley Gas Emergency will gather to address the media regarding a settlement with Columbia Gas
NORTH READING — Chief Michael P. Murphy reports that the suspect from an armed robbery last week is in custody.
LAWRENCE — Police Departments from around the state came together last month to speak on the benefits of Delphi Technology Solutions’ Digital Headquarters (DHQ) software.
UPDATE #42 (11 a.m.) Town of Andover, Baker-Polito Administration and MEMA Remind Impacted Customers of Available Housing Options and Provide Home Safety Tips
ANDOVER — As temperatures turn colder, Andover Town Manager Andrew P. Flanagan, the Baker-Polito Administration, the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) and other officials are encouraging impacted residents who are without heat in their homes to seek available alternative housing option
GLTS will not hold classes Monday, but will open its doors to students from GLTS and Lawrence High School following the Merrimack Valley gas emergency.