Lawyer for accused teen killer challenges statute
DANVERS -- The attorney for the Danvers teen charged with raping and murdering his math teacher last October is arguing that the 1996 state law requiring that he be tried as an adult is unconstitutional. The argument by Philip Chism's attorney comesContinued ...
Editorial: Health project funds deliver key message beyond dollar signs
The inclusion of a $120,000 state budget earmark for the Gloucester-based North Shore Health Project last week has delivered another dose of good news for local health service agencies. The announcement of the funding comes just two weeks after the sContinued ...
Editorial: New jobs stats a show of strength
The word that Gloucester's unemployment rate held steady at the 5.4 percent mark from June to July, as reported in Tuesday's Times, was good to hear, given that it shows the city's job market is holding up through a seemingly busy summer. But for thoContinued ...
- Wednesday, July 30, 2014
- Editorial: Local chiefs deserve discretion over rifle, shotgun licenses
- Manchester detectives aid Beverly drug bust
- Letter: Would 'Artie T' look toward Rockport's IGA?
- Letter: A summer love of the game
- Editorial: Summer's local hit should continue
- Tuesday, July 29, 2014
- Editorial: Town should back flood map challenge
- Letter: Family forgiveness is Market Basket answer
- Letter: Demoulas feud just a shameful fight over money
- Letter: An opportunity for Market Basket rivals
- Monday, July 28, 2014
- Editorial: Mayor should let new lease oversight ordinance stand
- Editorial: Staying vigilant on court needs
- Lawyer for accused teen killer challenges statute