Bicyclist Killed In Collision With Truck On I-495 Ramp IdentifiedPolice say 58-year-old Thomas Fazio, of Methuen, died at the scene.
Man On Motorized Bike Struck, Killed On I-495 On-Ramp In MethuenA person on a motorized bicycle was struck and killed on the on-ramp from Route 110 to I-495 in Methuen Tuesday afternoon, police said.
Methuen Fire Displaces About A Dozen ResidentsUp to a dozen residents were displaced after a fire broke out Saturday morning.
Suspect In Methuen Mom's Murder Has History Of Abusing VictimThe man wanted in connection to the murder of a Methuen woman had previously served time in jail for assaulting the victim.
Methuen Police Searching For Man They Say Murdered His GirlfriendPolice are looking for a man in connection to the murder of a woman found dead in her home early Monday morning.
Dialysis Clinic Apologizes For Accidentally Locking Woman InsideA Methuen dialysis clinic apologized Monday, two days after an 86-year-old woman was accidentally forgotten and locked inside the facility.
Grandmother Forgotten, Locked Inside Dialysis Clinic After Staff LeavesA woman somehow ended up locked inside a dialysis clinic for hours Saturday after the staff had gone home, apparently forgetting about her.
Phantom Gourmet: Pork Pies & More At Thwaites Market In MethuenThe specialty of the house is their English Pork Pie, but why stop at one? There's everything from the basic but tasty Chicken Pie, to the over-the-top Mac and Cheese Pie.
Donor Found For Methuen Coffee Shop Owners Seeking KidneyA new sign posted outside Kiki and Wayne Bernard’s coffee shop means good news for the Methuen couple seeking a kidney donor.
6-Year-Old Boy Killed In Methuen CrashThe child was ejected from a car that collided with a van in Methuen Tuesday morning.
Two Arrested After Driving Into Pole While Being Chased By PoliceMethuen Police said the pair were wanted for several armed robberies in Lawrence.
Methuen Police Ride-Along Highlights Daily Dangers Officers FaceEven a call to check out a cellphone scam has Methuen Police officer Dan O'Connell thinking ahead.