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Sports in a Minute: Brooks hires new wrestling coach - Eagle-Tribune
Pat Hitschler has been hired as the new wrestling coach at Brooks School. A first-year English and communications teacher, he was an assistant coach the past two years at Trinity-Pawling School in New York, helping lead it to two Founder's League&nbsp.

Local groomers confused after BP rejects dog hair for oil spill
Northborough's Dawn Giovannucci, one of thousands of dog groomers across the country pitching in ... the manager at the Flying Fur pet grooming shop in Medway, said yesterday. "I'm going to keep collecting more because I'm not sure what to believe, and.

Londonderry blows past Timberlane - Eagle-Tribune
PLAISTOW -- Londonderry football rushed for a combined 211 yards to race past Timberlane 27-7 on Friday night, with the defense holding the Owls scoreless until the fourth quarter. Jeff Wiedenfeld led the way with 99 yards rushing and a touchdown on 25&nbsp.

CHANGING OF THE GUARD: MVC seeing significant turnover as new athletic directors take over at five schools - Eagle-Tribune
Martin said he enjoyed his time at Sharon and learned a lot, but was excited to take on a job like Andover, which he called one of the more highly sought after jobs in the state. He noted that the school already boasts a whole host of highly successful.

Urgent care centre will join Medway Maritime's A&E and could see the closure of walk-in departments - Kent Live
An urgent care centre is set to be built next to Medway Maritime Hospital's accident and emergency department as part of a health care shake-up. Medway Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) says that it aims to have some changes in place by April 2019 in&nbsp.

Methuen man charged with selling heroin outside Babies 'R' Us store in Salem, NH - Eagle-Tribune
SALEM, N.H. — A Methuen man was arrested in Salem and charged with selling eight grams of heroin in the Babies 'R' Us parking lot on South Broadway. Salem detectives said they received a tip that the narcotics sale would be happening, along with a&nbsp.

Alleged food stamp trafficker still at large - Eagle-Tribune
LAWRENCE — A Dominican national who officials say cut off his GPS monitoring bracelet and escaped on the eve of his $1.5-million food stamp trafficking and money laundering trial has eluded capture for nearly two weeks. Martin Santiago, 49, was&nbsp.

Family: Biracial boy pushed off table with rope around neck - Eagle-Tribune
NH Police Refuse to Release Information in Case of 8-Year-Old Biracial Boy Who Was Nearly Lynched The Root.

Plug Pond closed for now - Eagle-Tribune
CARL RUSSO/Staff photoHaverhill's Plug Pond is closed after a high bacteria count was found on a routine check. 6/30/2017. Carl Russo. Plug Pond closed for now. CARL RUSSO/Staff photoHaverhill's Plug Pond is closed because of high bacteria count.

Blaine: Don't regulate dog groomers
there was to be a Senate hearing on a bill to license dog groomers. This bill would impact everyone who owns a dog, whether it is a show dog or a pet. This bill is not in the best interest of the dogs or the owners. This would benefit dog grooming schools.

Good to Know: Foster parents prepare pups for new homes - Milford Daily News
Two dogs were blind, another, paralyzed from the waist down and the third, too frightened to come out from the back of his crate for almost a year. Fortunately for the two blind Dobermans, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid; the paralyzed bulldog, Lady.

Dog World newspaper goes bust - Kent Online
Publishers of a Kent-based newspaper for dog shows have announced that they have ceased trading because of the decline in revenues and advertising. Dog World, based at Wotton Road in South Ashford, was first set up in the 1930s, and has employed&nbsp.