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Seventy-eight Northern Essex Community College students were recently inducted into the college’s newly established chapter of the National Society of Leadership and Success (NSLS).
LAWRENCE — A new state program that provides up to $80 a month in free food to poor families if they shop at farmers markets has tripled summer sales at the local market, causing the nonprofit that runs it to keep it open through the winter for the first
Aiming high: Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School touts 100 percent college rate for grads (Eagle Tribune, September 22, 2017)
"LAWRENCE — When Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School was founded in 2004, its mission was to give students from low-income families in Lawrence the opportunity to receive a solid Catholic education and win acceptance at colleges and universities.
An uplifting facelift in the works for Buckley garage's drab exterior (The Eagle Tribune, September 17, 2017)
The new face of the Buckley parking garage and bus depot on Common Street will be the first off the ground among the dozens of urban renewal projects proposed in a plan written by the city's Redevelopment Authority and endorsed by the City Council that ar
As summer wanes into fall, you can be glad that the Lawrence and Methuen Farmers Markets are still in season! You can get fresh fruits, vegetables, and other goodies until October 28th on Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.