TYNGSBOROUGH — Superintendent Jill Davis is pleased to announce that Greater Lowell Tech held several socially distanced ceremonies awarding 502 graduating seniors their diplomas last week.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Chief Richard D. Howe is pleased to announce that the Tyngsborough Police Department is raising money and awareness for autism during the month of April to coincide with National Autism Awareness Month.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Town Administrator Matthew Hanson wishes to provide residents with the latest information regarding the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and the following measures being taken by the Town.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Chief Richard D. Howe reports that the Tyngsborough Police Department responded to a two-vehicle crash Tuesday evening that injured three people and resulted in drunk driving charges for one of the drivers.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Chief Richard Howe reports that the Tyngsborough Police Department arrested three men in connection with an incident that occurred early Sunday morning.
Greater Lowell Tech’s “A Charlie Brown Christmas” Themed Float wins City of Lights 2019 Mayor’s Award – Best of Parade
“Charlie Brown Christmas” themed float built by Greater Lowell Tech students won the Mayor’s Award for Best of Parade at the 31st Annual City of Lights Holiday Parade earlier today.
Police Chief Richard Howe reports that the Tyngsborough Police Department arrested a man who fled from the Hudson, New Hampshire Police Department on Sunday, Nov. 17 after he was found inside a trailer Sunday night.
Superintendent Joseph Mastrocola is pleased to announce that Greater Lowell Technical High School students explored the science, technology, engineering and math fields last week during STEM Week.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Tyngsborough Chief of Police Richard Howe and Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan have confirmed that the body of a missing Tyngsborough man was found today.
Chief Richard D. Howe is pleased to announce that the Tyngsborough Police Department has an opening for a full-time public safety dispatcher.