Lawrence Man Arrested After I-93 Chase At Over 100 mph In NHNew Hampshire state police say a driver led them on a 35-mile pursuit along Interstate 93 reaching over 100 miles an hour before he was arrested.
‘Weak Engineering Management’ Probable Cause Of Columbia Gas Explosions, NTSB SaysThe final NTSB report on last year’s Merrimack Valley gas explosions says the probable cause was Columbia Gas’ “weak engineering management.”
Columbia Gas Says It's On Target To Meet Deadline, Check Hundreds Of Gas LinesColumbia Gas has just two more days to check hundreds of gas lines or face a hefty fine.
4 Transported After Crash Involving Lawrence Fire TruckA Lawrence Fire Department fire truck and a car collided in Lawrence Saturday morning. Crews responded to the intersection of Bailey and Phillips Streets around 10:40 a.m.
Merrimack Valley Gas Explosions $143 Million Settlement Gets Preliminary ApprovalA judge has given preliminary approval to a $143 million settlement in a lawsuit brought against the utility blamed for a series of gas explosions in Massachusetts in September 2018.
Woman Reunites With Dog Lost After Merrimack Valley ExplosionsAltagracia Baldera was in disbelief as she held her 14-year-old Pekingese mix that had been missing for a year.
Dunkin' Clerk's Spider Donut Gesture For Boy With Autism A Lesson In KindnessA little boy with autism desperately wanted a spider donut. When Dunkin’ Donuts ran out, a kind clerk jumped in to help.
3 Lawrence Homes Evacuated After Gas Line Hit By Construction CrewThree houses in Lawrence were briefly evacuated Tuesday morning after a construction crew hit a gas line on High Street.
Long Line Of Angry Customers At Columbia Gas Claims Center In LawrenceColumbia Gas set up a pop-up claims center on Monday to help residents and businesses forced out by a gas leak in Lawrence on Friday.
Lawrence Residents Can Return Home After Gas LeakAll Lawrence residents can return home and expect to have their gas fully restored by about 10 p.m. Saturday, according to Columbia Gas. 
Lawrence Residents And Businesses 'Re-Traumatized' By Gas LeakThings are returning to normal in Lawrence Saturday after a gas leak caused around 150 homes and businesses to evacuate early Friday morning, though residents said they are still suffering.