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Massachusetts State Lottery winner: $4M prize won 2 days in a row; $25,000 per year ‘Lucky for Life’ prize won at Market Basket

Two $4 million lottery winners have claimed their prizes back to back. The first $4 million prize was claimed Monday. It was won off of the game “100X the Money” and was sold at Old Gold Convenience Store in Franklin. The second $4 million prize was claimed Tuesday and was won off of the game “$4,000,000 Money Bags.” It was sold at Town Food Mart in Taunton.
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25 Investigates: ‘Significant’ development in Harmony Montgomery case to be announced Thursday

MANCHESTER, N.H. — A “significant” update is expected in the investigation into Harmony Montgomery’s disappearance, 25 Investigates has learned. The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office and the Manchester Police Department will provide that update Thursday at the NH Department of Safety’s Incident Planning and Operations Center, 110 Smokey Bear Blvd., Concord, N.H., the AG tells 25 Investigates’ Kerry Kavanaugh.
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Driver faces charges after rollover crash caught on camera in Barnstable

BARNSTABLE - A Reading man is facing charges after he allegedly led Barnstable police on a chase that ended in a crash early Wednesday.Police said a Barnstable officer tried to stop an Audi Q7 on Route 132 because it was driving erratically just after 3 a m. The driver, later identified by police as 48-year-old Kenneth Brickhouse, wouldn't stop. Moments later, the car ran off Route 6A, rolled over and crashed. It was recorded on a doorbell camera nearby. Police said Brickhouse ran away, but they caught him a short time later.He was taken to Cape Cod Hospital where he was treated for what they said are minor injuries. Brickhouse now faces several charges.

Massachusetts renters warned about apartment scams

By Mike Sullivan, WBZ-TVWALTHAM -- It's a growing trend that the Better Business Bureau (BBB) expects to get worse when college students return in September. We are talking about rental scams. "A living nightmare is the way I describe it," says Ashley Colindres, a Waltham resident looking for a new place. "They will all ask you to send money up front, tell you that you can go look in the windows to see if you like the place. If you're still interested send us a deposit, and we will mail you the key."So far, the BBB says 12 people have...

NH investigators to provide update on disappearance of Harmony Montgomery Thursday

CONCORD, NH – An update on the 2019 disappearance of Harmony Montgomery will be provided by investigators on Thursday. New Hampshire Attorney General John Formella and Manchester Police Chief Allen Aldenberg will deliver a statement at 2:00 p.m. Eight-year-old Harmony was last seen in 2019, but her disappearance was not reported for more than two years. Investigators have been searching for her ever since.In June, police and the FBI searched a Manchester, N.H. home where Harmony's father and his estranged wife previously lived. Police were seen removing several items including a refrigerator.A $150,000 reward is now being offered in the case.CBS News Boston will carry the press conference live on Thursday afternoon. 

U.S. Marshals Nab 'Fugitive Of The Week' From New Hampshire In Worcester

A 21-year-old New Hampshire man wanted in connection with a violent armed robbery that sent a man to the hospital earlier this year was captured recently in Worcester. Melvin James Campbell IV was arrested on Aug. 3 after the U.S. Marshal Service listed him as the agency's Fugitive of the Week late last month. Agents said he was considered armed and dangerous. It's unclear how long he was in Massachusetts.

Best Outdoor Dining in NH

While we ask our readers to pick the best of the best each year in more than 100 Best of New Hampshire categories, there are many other worthy and outstanding favorites for each category, ranging from pizza to cupcakes and garden centers to home decor shops. New Hampshire Magazine wants to make sure these reader favorites get their own moment in the spotlight and we encourage you to check them out!

Tewksbury teen shot on vacation in Canada heads home from hospital

A Tewksbury teenager, who was severely injured in a drive-by shooting in Canada in May, is finally heading home after three months of medical treatment and rehab. Sandrick Jorcelin, 14, left Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital in Charlestown with a police escort home Wednesday. “It’s been a lot,” he told WBZ-TV in...

Lowell Police Seek Missing Teen

Police in Lowell, Massachusetts, are searching for a missing 13-year-old girl. Authorities did not say when Nena Dirocco was last seen, but explained Wednesday afternoon that she is most likely in the area of Lowell or Dracut. Dirocco is described as being about 5'6 with brown hair and brown eyes.

Day Tripping: : Arlington – “Surprises around every corner”

Day Tripping: : Arlington – “Surprises around every corner”. My daughter and friends wanted to do something fun, and although we did not have much time, we headed into Cambridge with the objective of walking around for an hour or so. A line of severe thunderstorms just so happened to arrive at the same time, so we went back to the car a bit dismayed and began our drive back toward home.

Teen injured in Montreal drive-by shooting released from hospital

By Courtney Cole, WBZ-TVTEWKSBURY—Wednesday was the big day! After three months of medical and rehabilitation treatment dedicated to helping Sandrick Jorcelin get better – he's finally home.In May, Jorcelin was injured by a drive-by shooter during a family vacation in Montreal. WBZ was the only station to talk to Sandrick and his family on Tuesday, ahead of his release.WBZ's Courtney Cole was there at his Tewksbury home when he arrived to family and friends ready to help him on this next chapter of his life.Sandrick told Cole he was originally supposed to leave Spaulding Rehabilitation on August 17th, but because...

Towns add safety specialists to reduce risk

Adopted by private and public entities alike, a strong safety culture can prevent injuries, reduce operating exposures, and save money. A strong safety culture is an organization’s shared perceptions, beliefs, values and attitudes that create a commitment to safety and an effort to minimize harm. This is often the foundation of a shared safety goal. In many industries, workplace safety is considered every employee’s responsibility.

'Untimely' death in Manchester under investigation, police say

A death investigation was underway at Nutt's Pond in Manchester. Manchester police said a man was found in the water shortly around 9:10 a.m. Tuesday morning. They are calling this an "untimely death,” but have not released any more details yet. This is a developing story. More information will...

Town Beach closing clarification

The past two issues of the Stow Independent contained page 2 headlines, “Lake Boon Closed to Swimming.” This is not quite correct. The Pine Bluffs Town Beach was closed to swimming. However, the rest of the lake is not officially closed, though residents should make carefully informed decisions about whether to swim.

New Congregational Church Pastor Joel reaching out

On entering the Carlisle Congregational Church (CCC) on a Thursday morning in July, the visitor is greeted by children’s voices singing enthusiastically about the love of Jesus. Following the sound brings you to a large room where about 15 children and several adults form a circle of song. A man who appears to be a camp counselor separates from the group, and with a friendly smile introduces himself as “Pastor Joel.” Joel Schofield, installed in June, replaces Steven Weibley, who for 30 years shepherded the CCC. Young, enthusiastic, and musical, Schofield comes with a connection to the Concord/Carlisle community and the CCC church and a fresh commitment to providing a welcome to local families.