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CHELMSFORD -- Chelmsford High School's Theatre Guild presented its production, "Nineteen Twenty" as its entry in the Massachusetts Educational Theatre Guild Drama Festival, a competition in which more than 100 secondary schools participate.   Full Story
 
After several weeks of compiling a suitable jury pool, the trial of Boston Marathon bomber defendant Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is scheduled to begin next week.   Full Story
 
In NFL limbo for the last five-plus months, Adrian Peterson's future with the Minnesota Vikings is still in question.   Full Story
 
From what I gather, President Barack Obama's prime-time television promise last September to "degrade and destroy" the terrorist threat to the United States has morphed into something akin to "dissuade and annoy.   Full Story
 
NEW YORK -- Kathy Griffin likes to joke (or is she serious?) that, one year on her tax return, she put her profession as "Anonymous.   Full Story
 
Bella is strikingly beautiful with stunning green eyes. She's a large, 1-year-old white American bulldog with a brown eyepatch and an oval kissing spot on her head.   Full Story
 
Seventeen-month-old Boston is a strikingly handsome white and fawn American Bulldog, weighing 90 pounds.   Full Story
 
Mr. Bentley is a cuddly, purry, drooly 8-year-old guy who loves to be patted hard -- even on his belly, which he will happily show you as soon as he is comfortable.   Full Story
 
Tewksbury senior forward Ryan Petti had 2 goals and 2 assists while becoming the school's career scoring leader, and Brett Morris had a hat trick, as the Redmen on Saturday defeated Lincoln-Sudbury, 5-1, to clinch the MVC/DCL Division 2 title.   Full Story
 
WESTFORD -- They have their marching orders, and they're working feverishly to design and build a robot that can carry out those orders.   Full Story
 
Tewksbury High senior forward Ryan Petti had 2 goals and 1 assist in a 4-1 victory over Boston Latin on Wednesday, moving Petti to one point from tying his coach Derek Doherty's career scoring record at the school.   Full Story
 
NEW YORK -- Some entrepreneurs looking for startup funding got a wad of money near the end of last year, but there are concerns the boom may not last.   Full Story
 
 



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