Dunstable, MA

Disgraced Mass Firefighter/EMT-P Charged by Feds in Fentanyl Caper

Formerly licensed Massachusetts paramedic and Malden Firefighter Candice Mangan, 41, of Medford, has recently been charged with the tampering of liquid fentanyl vials while working at a private ambulance company. The charging document states that during the time period of March 2020 to early October 2020, Mangan was employed as...
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Home of the Week: 3-Bedroom Framingham Ranch With Pool

FRAMINGHAM – This week’s home of the week on SOURCE is a 3-bedroom ranch home in Framingham. The 35 Juniper Lane house is priced at $639,900. Built in 1966, the home has 1,988 square feet of living space and sits on a 1.3 acre lot. The home features...
New England News Press

124 Silver Lake Road In Hollis, New Hampshire: Nearby Wow

MERRIMACK, NH — View this new listing nearby. Wow!. Listing Description: Vacation where you live in beautiful Hollis! Gorgeous Completely Renovated Multi-Level Home offering over 3,500 sq ft of WATERFRONT Living with150′ of frontage on Silver Lake! Enter into the expansive open 1st Floor which boasts multiple windows overlooking the water. The Kitchen features Maple Cabinetry, stainless steel appliances, Granite Counters, and a Dining Area with spectacular views! Open Concept Family Room with stove to keep cozy on the colder nights, Media Room, Office Area, 1/2 Bath and Recreation Room with Full Bar which opens to the balcony. The 2nd story hosts a 19×23 Primary En Suite complete with a wall of windows to the lake, 3 Additional Large Bedrooms and 2 more updated Baths. The walk-out basement to the back deck includes your own gym and sauna. There is ample accessory parking across the street at the State Park. Direct access to snowmobile and hiking/biking trails from the property. This home is an entertainer’s paradise with House Length Deck/ Boat Dock directly over the water!

Robert F. Galvin Jr., 63, Transportation Manager

FRAMINGHAM – Robert F. Galvin Jr., 63, of Framingham, formerly of Ashland, MA died on Tuesday June 21, 2022 in the arms of his beloved life partner. Bob loved his children, grandchildren and family, his dogs and going fishing in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. He was an avid Boston sports fan, enjoyed listening to music, and buying everything for his grandchildren.

Marlborough Shamrocks dominate in 2022 home opener

MARLBOROUGH – The Marlborough Shamrocks semi-pro football team opened their slate of 2022 home games with a bang on Saturday, shutting out a shorthanded Brockton Bucs squad at Kelleher Field in Marlborough. The Shamrocks snagged a 42-0 victory to even their win-loss record at 1-1 just a week after...
The Swellesley Report

Wellesley Business Buzz: Merchants raise ‘Parking, parking, parking’ concerns in Wellesley Square; Lockheart Restaurant sign goes up

Our roundup of the latest Wellesley, Mass., business news:. Merchants raise ‘Parking, parking, parking’ concerns in Wellesley Square. Wellesley held a pair of online meetings this past week focused on concepts for a revitalized Wellesley Square design (lots of consultant-speak about “activating” areas). During the meeting for merchants (see Wellesley Media recording), there was acknowledgement that a landscape designer’s vision looked nice enough, but commenter after commenter emphasized that no changes can be made that take away parking spaces.

‘Undo this decision’: Demonstrators in Lowell vow to fight Supreme Court ruling against abortion

LOWELL, MASS. (WHDH) - Hundreds of demonstrators in Lowell Sunday vowed to keep speaking out against the Supreme Court decision overturning the right to an abortion. “The overwhelming majority of this nation will not go back to a time where women’s reproductive rights did not exist,” said State Rep. Vanna Howard. “We will, together, undo this decision.”

Windham holds second annual gay pride event

WINDHAM, N.H. — Pride events have been popping up all around the Granite State, including in Windham, where people braved the heat for their second annual event. Sunday's event had vendors, businesses, and church groups in attendance to show their support for the local LGBTQ+ community. People there said...