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  • Eastern Massachusetts high school scores and highlights from Thursday April 23, 2021
    FOOTBALL Andover 38, Chelmsford 0 Carver 35, Wareham 0 Dover-Sherborn 13, Medfield 0 Greater Lowell 20, Lynn Tech 0 Lawrence 36, Dracut 0 Lowell 48, Billerica 7 Methuen 19, North Andover 13 Middleboro 15, Apponequet 12 Milford 42, Taunton 14 Rockland 32, Hull 14 Sharon 28, Westwood 19 Stoughton 41, Canton 7 GOLF Apponequet 266, […]
    Kevin Barrucci, Brian Roach
  • Scituate, football communities rally behind Ryan Cadres to fight cerebral palsy April 23, 2021
    A month has passed already, but Scituate assistant football coach Ryan Cadres still gets emotional thinking about it. It was only a few years ago the longtime assistant coach and statistician found out that March was National Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month, and when the time came around this year, he thought it would be a […]
    Tom Mulherin
  • Odd chemistry makes ‘Together Together’ a charming film April 23, 2021
    MOVIE REVIEW “TOGETHER TOGETHER” Rated R. At Landmark Kendall Square Cinema. Grade: B+ From writer-director Nikole Beckwith comes “Together Together,” an offbeat comedy about a 45-year-old single man from northern California named Matt (Ed Helms), who hires a 26-year-old woman named Anna (Patti Harrison) to be his surrogate. Normally, you would expect this to be […]
    James Verniere
  • Sepp: Drug price controls still a bad deal for patients, taxpayers April 23, 2021
    Very soon, the Biden administration and its congressional allies may introduce a legislative package to address prescription drug costs, and a form of harmful government price controls are sure to be an unappetizing leftover on the menu. The Democrats’ bill will likely resemble House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s plan from the previous Congress, H.R. 3. One […]
    Pete Sepp
  • Potential Patriots offensive tackle prospects: Elite 1st-round mauler, UMass left tackle among the best fits April 23, 2021
    The Patriots should be expected to add to their offensive line depth starting at least in the middle rounds.
    Andrew Callahan

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  • Methuen adopts Startup in a Day program for entrepreneurs April 23, 2021
    METHUEN -- A proposal that would streamline permitting for new businesses might enable entrepreneurs to start companies in the city in one day.
    By Bill Kirk bkirk@eagletribune.com
  • Baker has no plans to lift mask mandate April 23, 2021
    BOSTON — Gov. Charlie Baker says he is not planning to lift a statewide mask mandate even as other New England states ease restrictions.
    By Christian M. Wade cwade@cnhinews.com
  • Blanketed in love  April 23, 2021
    HAVERHILL — After being homeless for several years, 49-year-old Gesabel Feliciano wound up in the justice system after being charged with various drug offenses.
    By Mike LaBella mlabella@eagletribune.com
  • Region in a Minute: Vargas receives Housing Hero Award April 22, 2021
    HAVERHILL — State Rep. Andy Vargas, D-Haverhill, and State Sen. Brendan Crighton, D-Lynn were recently awarded the Citizens’ Housing & Planning Association’s (CHAPA) Housing Hero Award for their leadership on affordable housing, housing production and their role in passing the…
  • Inventive books make final 6 for International Booker Prize April 22, 2021
    By JILL LAWLESS Associated Press

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  • US drop in vaccine demand has some places turning down doses April 23, 2021
    JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Louisiana has stopped asking the federal government for its full allotment of COVID-19 vaccine. About three-quarters of Kansas counties have turned down new shipments of the vaccine at least once over the past month. And in Mississippi, officials asked the federal government to ship vials in smaller packages so they don’t […]
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  • Oscars 2021: Five things to look for at Sunday’s Academy Awards ceremony April 23, 2021
    If you don't know that the Oscars are Sunday, I understand and even endorse that lack of awareness. We've had a few (hundred) other things to think about this last year. Multiplexes have been mostly closed, consigning movies to the edges of the cultural conversation. And besides ... it's nearly May. Thinking about the Academy […]
    Ap Mcclatchy
  • Climate Summit Day 2 message: Invest big for big payoff April 23, 2021
    WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House brought out the billionaires, the CEOs and the union executives Friday to help sell President Joe Biden's climate-friendly transformation of the U.S. economy at his virtual summit of world leaders.
    Associated Press
  • Lowell City Council appoints new auditor April 23, 2021
    LOWELL – The City Council voted unanimously at a special meeting Tuesday to hire Susan Hickey as Lowell’s next city auditor. Hickey, who last held finance jobs in a number of New Hampshire towns, will succeed Sheryl Wright, a retired city auditor who came back on an interim basis following the departure of Tina Masiello […]
    Alana Melanson
  • McDonough Funeral home to hold drive-through pandemic memorial Saturday April 23, 2021
    LOWELL — With so many lives lost throughout the coronavirus pandemic, taking a moment to honor those no longer here can be a powerful gesture. On Saturday night, The McDonough Funeral Home will hold a drive-through pandemic memorial to give people that opportunity in a safe manner. “What we really did was we want (people) […]
    Alana Melanson

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