Haverhill, MA

Lawrence woman killed by head-on crash in North Andover, 3 others injured

NORTH ANDOVER -- A 21-year-old woman from Lawrence died Sunday after a crash in North Andover. Police were called to Great Pond Road around 7 a.m. for reports of a 2012 Chevy pickup truck and a 2004 Honda Pilot colliding head-on. The driver of the pickup truck, a 70-year-old Georgetown man, suffered non-life-threatening injuries. A 20-year-old Lawrence man driving the Pilot, along with the 22-year-old man in the back seat, also suffered non-life-threatening injuries. The woman, who was in the front passenger seat, was pronounced dead at the scene. It's unclear what led up to the crash. The road was closed for three hours while police investigated.  Anyone with information should call Officer William Brush at 978-683-3168. 
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New Hampshire driver arrested after police say he was going 140 mph

EPPING, N.H. - A driver in New Hampshire is facing charges after police say they caught him driving 140 miles an hour.A New Hampshire State Trooper was on patrol in Epping around 10:20 p.m. Saturday when he saw an Infiniti sedan zip by on Route 101.The driver, later identified as 22-year-old Franklyn Julian of Candia, was clocked at 140 miles per hour, according to police.The trooper pulled Julian over and eventually arrested him. He's charged with reckless driving and a solid line violation.Julian was released and ordered to be in Brentwood Circuit Court on November 1. 

Firefighters reunite with mom who delivered baby unexpectedly at home

GEORGETOWN - There was a happy reunion Sunday at the fire department in Georgetown.Three weeks ago, Alyssa Costa went into labor at her home and wasn't going to make it to the hospital in time."She screamed, call 911 the baby's coming," her husband Derek Maribito told reporters Sunday. "The head was out and they showed up really quick.""They" were the firefighters who jumped into an ambulance and responded in a big way, helping Costa deliver her healthy baby girl Olivia safely in the bathroom in about 8 minutes.Maribito said their help was huge because "I didn't know what I was...

Ipswich resident met King Charles III, but he only had interest in her sister

IPSWICH — Ipswich resident Barbara Sollows-Davis, 92, remembers the day she met Prince Charles — now King Charles — back in the 1980s. Davis was attending a polo match with her younger sister, the now 90-year-old Marion. Marion was visiting and wearing a Penobscot Country Club hat, Davis remembers distinctly.

North Shore property sales, Sept. 19 – Sept. 23, 2022

If you would like your name removed for privacy reasons, email Previous North Shore property sales can be found here. 9/23/2022Fischl, PeterMarini A A22 Bennett Rd Lot 4$1,250,000. 9/20/2022Palomino Ranch TrustClader S24 Deer Run Rd$1,000,000. 9/23/2022Maloney, Sean PRose E V15 Haymeadow Rd Lot 47$850,000. 9/19/2022Cronin, Robert HMarchetti S9 King...

Kloub proves she’s a real sew and sew

KelleyJane Kloub often performs magic. She turns used linen tablecloths or even donated blue jeans into aprons, children’s clothes, or doll clothes. She also will make adult clothes to order. It’s all part of her business, Happy Cat Creations, which she runs from her home on Mitchell Road.
Wilmington Apple

To Comply With New State Trash Regulations, Residents Will Need To Pay $10 For Mattress & Box Spring Pick-Up Beginning November 1

WILMINGTON, MA — The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) has added Mattresses and Textiles to the list of items banned for disposal in municipal trash as part of a goal to reduce disposal tonnages statewide by 30% over the next 10 years. In Massachusetts, over 600,000 mattresses are disposed of in the municipal trash stream annually and textiles make up over 5% of the trash disposed of annually.

Seal turns itself into Massachusetts police after week-long pursuit

A seal that wandered into a local pond in Beverly, Massachusetts, has finally been captured after evading a week-long rescue effort. “Shoebert,” affectionately named after the local Shoe Pond, waddled into a nearby police station and turned itself in on Friday. Adriana Diaz has the story.

Crash in Groveland leaves car on its side

GROVELAND, MASS. (WHDH) - Emergency crews responded to a crash in Groveland that left a car on its side Friday afternoon. 7NEWS captured video of emergency crews operating on the scene where a silver SUV was flipped at the intersection of Washington Street and Salem Street. Officials have not said...

Service Dog Column:

DOGFEST 2022 — This is the tenth year that the Service Dog Project has had cameras covering all their action 24 hours a day. has donated seven cameras on our farm that operate 24/7. That means for some people it is the tenth year of watching puppies be...

POLICE LOG: 9-23-22

All address information, particularly arrests, reflects police records. In the event of a perceived inaccuracy, it is the sole responsibility of the concerned party to contact the relevant police department The post POLICE LOG: 9-23-22 appeared first on Itemlive.

Letter: Hardworking retailers did not initiate the bottle deposit

It’s a fair question, but your approach and opinions regarding the topic are extremely unfair to hardworking retailers who did not initiate the bottle deposit. I will help with the facts that you got wrong. The state has placed the burden on the retailer to collect the bottles and cans. Every retailer pays the bottle deposit to their supplier and/or distributor when purchasing the inventory. The retailer then collects the deposit from the customer. No GAIN there for the retailer.

Boxford town administrator charged after crash

IPSWICH — An Ipswich man has been charged with operating under the influence (OUI) of liquor, negligent operation, and driving without a license after a midnight crash on September 2. The charges were filed against Matthew Coogan, 39, of Nabby’s Point Road and became public this week in Ipswich...

Seacoast, NH Man Dies in Maryland Motorcycle Crash

A Stratham man was killed following a crash while riding his motorcycle near the Maryland-West Virginia border Wednesday afternoon. Maryland State Police said that Ronald Roberts, 71, was riding northbound on Route 51 in Allegany County and was involved in a crash around 3 p.m. The circumstances of the crash were not disclosed. The crash remains under investigation.

One Charged in Shooting at Lawrence Park; More Arrests Expected

A man has been charged in connection with a shooting that left two people wounded at a park in Lawrence, Massachusetts, on Thursday morning, police said. Luis Santana, 46, is accused in the shooting, which happened in a wooded area behind the Manchester Street Park near the Methuen line. The...