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Straddling the banks of the Merrimack River the city is 30 miles north of Boston down I93. It's proximity to Boston plus the opportunity to use the river for power made the area a Textile Center. Because the of the textile mills, immigrants flooded to the area and once boosted the most diverse population on earth. The city was the site of one of the major industrial strikes of the early 20th century when textile works clashed with police, militia and the National Guard over pay.

Population: 70066
Local Newspapers: The Eagle Tribune
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Local Colleges: Cambridge College

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Towns/Cities near lawrence, massachusetts : Methuen Andover Boxford Haverhill Salem NH

Lawrence News
Black bear wanders into Lawrence neighborhod

A wayward black bear wandered into a busy area of Lawrence on Monday, surprising residents and hiding under several boats before environmental authorities tranquilized the animal and carted it away. Residents spotted the bear near Hobson Street about 11:45 a.m. and called the state Environmental Police and Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife staff to remove the animal, said a police spokesperson.

MA boy to police: I think my dad sells drugs

Police in Texas have arrested two people for allegedly stealing a hearse from outside a fast-food restaurant and dumping If you're looking to refresh and rejuvenate your skin, the 24K Gold Ultrasonic Face Lift might be your perfect solution! - An 11-year-old boy's call to police lands his father behind bars. After he finds nearly 10-thousand dollars' worth of drugs inside a suitcase.

Construction company that did local projects cited by AG

A Peabody construction company who worked on two local projects in Tewksbury and North Chelmsford received four citations totaling $293,812 for failing to pay 14 employees the proper prevailing wage rate for carpentry work and other payroll-related failures, according to an announcement Monday by Attorney General Maura Healey. According to a release, DANCO Management, Inc., and its owner Daniel Tremblay, were issued citations for failure to pay the prevailing wage, failure to make timely payment of wages, failure to submit true and accurate certified payroll records, and failure to keep true and accurate payroll records.

Arrest Log: 5/9/2017

Nelson Olivo-Valentin, 25, 141 Amesbury St., Lawrence; trafficking cocaine over 18 grams but less than 36 grams, trafficking a Class A substance over 36 grams but less than 100 grams. -- Melvin Miranda, 23, 35 Agawam St., Lowell; negligent operation of a motor vehicle, failure to stop for police, marked lanes violation, failure to stop or yield, possession of open container of alcohol in a motor vehicle, OUI liquor .

Four arrested in raids targeting heroin and fentanyl distribution in Lawrence, Methuen

Investigators said they found a large amount of heroin, two guns, 35 pounds of marijuana, prescription pills, and about $1 million in cash this week in a series of Lawrence and Methuen raids that resulted in four arrests. The bust, announced by the office of state Attorney General Maura Healey, happened Tuesday after what authorities described as an extensive investigation including federal authorities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire.

Undercover operation yields drug arrest

A 25-year-old Lawrence man is being held on $2,000 cash bail after he allegedly sold 20 grams of heroin to undercover Tewksbury police officers and had a stash of even more heroin and cocaine in a secret compartment in his car. Prosecutors and police also now plan to seek forfeiture of the car and two cellphones used during the alleged drug deal, according to court records.

Tom Duggana s Notebook a " April/May 2017

Two, free, grant-funded educational programs designed to train unemployed and under-employed individuals in high-demand manufacturing positions, will be offered through Northern Essex Community College's Center for Corporate and Community Education beginning in May. Individuals who have graduated from high school or have a high school equivalency, are between the ages of 17 and 29 and lack the education, skills, or experience necessary to obtain a middle or high-skilled job, are eligible for either program. Participants must be able to pass eighth grade math and reading.

After nearly 60 years and a two-item menu, Lawrence restaurant closes

After nearly 60 years of serving just two Sicilian delicacies, the line spilling out the door of Italian Kitchen Sunday was long, and the wait even longer. But patrons in the queue winding down Common Street didn't mind standing for hours.

Dean/coach on leave at Central Catholic High

The Central Catholic High School dean of students and basketball coach allegedly sent inappropriate messages on Snapchat to a former student, leading to the school placing him on administrative leave this week. The Central Catholic administrator on leave for allegedly sending inappropriate messages to a former student is Dean of Students and basketball coach Richard Nault, according to The Eagle Tribune.

Suspect arrested in shooting in Lowell's Centralville neighborhood

John Peralta, 23, who gave police addresses in Lawrence and Lowell, was arrested in Dracut, police said. A police press release did not clarify what day he was arrested.

Arrest Log: 4/29/2017

Jeremy Sauer, 45, 222 Clarendon St., Fitchburg; operating motor vehicle with suspended/revoked license, unregistered motor vehicle, refusing to produce license/registration/plates. -- Jeffrey Benedicto, 26, 17 Garfield St., Lawrence; unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, no inspection or sticker, registration not in possession.

Probation for mother who overdosed at Lawrence store with 2-year-old

A New Hampshire woman who overdosed on fentanyl while shopping in Lawrence with her 2-year-old daughter was placed on probation Friday after admitting that there was sufficient evidence to find her guilty of reckless child endangerment. The case drew national attention when a cellphone video taken by a bystander went viral, showing Mandy McGowan passed out in an aisle at the Family Dollar on Winthrop Avenue last September as her daughter tried to wake her.

Alleged Food Stamps Fraudster Skips Town On Day Of Trial

Massachusetts State Police are seeking a fugitive who cut his ankle monitor Thursday morning and skipped his food stamps fraud trial, according to a post on the department's Facebook page . Martin Santiago was scheduled to appear a the Essex Superior Court Thursday morning to begin a food stamps trafficking trial, but he did not show up, police said.

Fired Central Catholic teacher accused of raping student

Central Catholic High School fired an administrator on Tuesday due to allegations by a former student that he drugged and raped the student in Lowell 11 years ago, a school official told The Boston Globe. The student, who graduated in 2008, recently came forward with the allegation against Andrew Nikonchuk, 36, who lives in Lowell.

The Young Frankenstein: Hilarious shtick and plentiful comedic business

Ugh! It's so hard building good monsters, these days; especially the kind that can sing and dance to "Puttin' on the Ritz" at the lovely Loews Transylvania Theatre. But, if anyone can, it's Dr. Frederick Frankenstein --- pronounced "Fronkensteen", as the doctor is ashamed to be the grandson of the great mad scientist, Dr. Victor von Frankenstein - from whom he inherits a foreboding castle in Transylvania.

Lawrence Catholic school administrator fired for alleged inappropriate behavior

An administrator at Central Catholic High School in Lawrence has been fired for violating rules "pertaining to appropriate social boundaries between students and faculty," the school said Tuesday. Christopher F. Sullivan, president of Central Catholic, announced the firing of Andrew Nikonchuk in a letter to school alumni.

New Ipswich family involved in serious vehicle collision in Ashby NEW

Two New Ipswich residents were involved in a motor vehicle crash in Ashby, Massachusetts, that left sent one party to the hospital with "serious injuries," according to the Ashby Police Department. A 30-year-old woman and 5-year-old child from New Ipswich were driving south on Route 31 in a GMC Acadia, when a Toyota Camry on Turnpike Road failed to stop, causing the collision.

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