What We Are Working on 11/30/2017 (VIDEO)
It’s Thursday, Nov. 30. Here is some of what Sun staffers and other news providers are working on for lowellsun.com and Friday’s print edition.
Reporter Robert Mills, email@example.com, has an interesting
follow-up story on Cole Kinney, of Lowell, the former Greater Lowell
Technical High School student fatally shot in Derry, N.H. last July by
a man NH authorities said acted in self-defense.
The Middlesex District Attorney’s Office today formally agreed to
dismiss charges in all cases relying upon alleged drug analyses
performed by chemist Sonja Farak during the time that Farak worked at
the Amherst laboratory.
Prostitution would be decriminalized in Massachusetts under a bill
that Rep. Kay Khan hopes will focus law enforcement attention on
people who buy sex and those who exploit sex workers. Statehouse
Correspondent JD Capeluoto is reporting this story.
A Pepperell girl went to the mall to see Santa on Friday, but her
mother says she was denied because of her service dog. Anne O’Connor
is reporting this story.
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