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Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera has launched a summer crime prevention initiative. (WBZ-TV)

Lawrence Mayor Launches Summer Crime Prevention Initiative

Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera has launched a campaign to make his city a better place to live with a summer crime prevention initiative.


Market Basket (WBZ-TV)

Bakery Recalls Frozen Pancakes For Allergy Risk

Middle East Bakery, Inc. is recalling its dairy-free, gluten-free frozen pancakes sold with a Market Basket store label because they may contain undisclosed milk.



Haverhill Man Killed In I-495 Crash

A 55-year-old Haverhill man was killed in a car crash overnight in Lawrence.


(Photo courtesy: National Grid)

‘Animal Contact’ Blamed For Power Outage Around Haverhill

About 30,000 people were without power on Saturday morning in Essex County.


Leonard Degnan in Lawrence Superior Court, April 3, 2014. (WBZ-TV)

Ex-Lawrence Official Gets 18-Month Jail Sentence For Corruption

The former chief of staff to the ex-mayor of Lawrence has been sentenced to 18 months in jail for corruption.


(Credit: Lawrence Police)

Lawrence Police Looking For Suspect In Shooting At Chicken Restaurant

A brawl led to a double shooting inside a Lawrence chicken restaurant earlier this month.


Lawrence Mayor William Lantigua. (WBZ-TV photo)

Federal Grand Jury Investigating Lantigua’s Pre-Election Paving Projects In Lawrence

A grand jury is looking at whether November paving was connected to Mayor William Lantigua’s re-election bid.


One man is still at large in the robbery of a Lawrence convenience store. (Lawrence Police)

Arrest Made In Armed Robbery Of Lawrence Convenience Store

Police have made an arrest in an armed robbery of a convenience store.


A baby was taken on a wild ride in Lawrence when her strolled got snagged by a passing truck. (WBZ-TV)

Infant Taken For Wild Ride When Stroller Snagged By Passing Truck In Lawrence

Four-month-old Ivianah Figueroa is not only alive but has no injuries at all after the stroller she was in accidentally latched on to a step on the side of a truck.


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Mass. Four Year Graduation Rate Improves

Eighty-five percent of students who entered as ninth-graders in 2009-10, or entered that class at any point, graduated within four years, the Department of Elementary and Secondary Education said.





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