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Methuen is home to Methuen Memorial Music Hall, which was built specifically to house the Great Organ, built originally by Walcker Orgelbau for the Boston Music Hall, and procured by philanthropist and city benefactor Edward Francis Searles more than a century ago. The organ case, which in approximate terms is as large as a typical house, is ornate, and features a bust of J.S. Bach as a central ornament.
Local Newspapers: The Eagle-Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
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Towns/Cities near methuen, massachusetts : Salem NH Lawrence North Andover Ward Hill
Kitten rescued from cat-napper
The 2-month-old tortoiseshell-tabby cat - with both patches and stripes - was returned to the MSPCA at Nevins Farm in Methuen yesterday after police were able to track down the culprit in Malden. Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Director of Adoption Centers and Programs Mike Keiley said social media posts helped identify the woman wanted for the cat caper.Gov. planning 'bit more' for opioid education
Gov. Charlie Baker, appearing before a legislative committee on Tuesday to pitch his newest opioid abuse treatment and prevention bill, told lawmakers the budget he intends to file next week will go beyond his initial $2 million pitch to help schools screen students for signs of addiction and educate them on the dangers of opioids. "It will be a little bit more," Baker told Rep. Diana DiZoglio of Methuen, who also raised questions about how that money would be distributed.Man sought by authorities for 16 years captured
A man who's been wanted by New Hampshire authorities for 16 years has been captured just across the border in Massachusetts. Police investigating reports of possible drug activity at a Methuen home earlier this month arrested 39-year-old Eric Rivera-Velez.Methuen man wanted since 2002 arrested
Eric Rivera-Velez, 39, who was also on a New Hampshire "most wanted" list, evaded authorities for 16 years before he was tracked down through an anonymous tip, police said in a Facebook post Sunday. Rivera-Velez had multiple active warrants for cocaine trafficking in both states.Eyes on the best-seller list
Editors for The New York Times best-seller list may be keeping a close eye on Tyngsboro after students at the Academy of Notre Dame's Lower School published their first book. Twelve students from Jennifer Wifholm's second-grade classroom, assisted by student teacher Nicole Assetta, contributed to the class book.Pedestrian struck, injured in Pelham
A Methuen woman suffered non-life threatening injuries after she was struck by a car while crossing the street in the area of 89 Nashua Road shortly after 6 p.m. Wednesday. Nina Perednia, 53, who had just been involved in a minor motor vehicle accident on Nashua Road, was struck by a 2007 Honda Accord after she exited her damaged vehicle, according to Pelham police officers.Fowler, Pennington receive YALSA's 2018 Conference Scholarship Grants
The Young Adult Library Services Association a division of the American Library Association , has awarded the 2018 Baker & Taylor/YALSA Conference Grants to Amy Fowler and Cherity Penington. Each winner will receive up to $1,000 to attend the 2018 ALA Annual Conference in New Orleans.House fire in Methuen called suspicious
Deputy Fire Chief Scott Sullivan said the call came in at 10:48 p.m. and the home at 28 Renfrew St. was a total loss.Malden, Methuen police say schools face no threat from VA. social media post
A social media post threatening violence against a Virginia high school was circulating among students at two Massachusetts high schools Sunday night, but police said there is no threat to local schools. The post, which appears to be a Snapchat photo, shows a collection of at least 7 guns with the captions "Don't go to school tomorrow @MHS .Tom DUGGANa S Notebook ~ Dec. 2017 a " Heroes of the Year, Stupid Politicians and More
The Firefighter's Relief's In at 1 Market Street in Lawrence is celebrating yet another anniversary and as one of their biggest cheerleaders I couldn't be more thrilled. Next month we will be highlighting some of the great things the Lawrence Firefighters Relief does in the community.Goldberg's panel
A year ago, State Treasurer Deb Goldberg convened a special panel to loosen the bottleneck of this state's antiquated alcohol-beverage laws. A preliminary look at the task force's work, disclosed in Thursday's Boston Globe, indicates its recommendations attempt to update many of Massachusetts' liquor laws, some of which have been on the books since the 21st Amendment repealed prohibition in 1933.Family mourns missing 'angel'
Christina St Onge looks through photos as she talks about her daughter Ashley who was killed in a traffic accident on 93 north in Windham, N.H., on Saturday night. Herald Photo by Mary Schwalm 'SUCH A GOOD GIRL': Christina St. Onge hugs a visitor to her Methuen home as friends turned out to offer condolences after her daughter, Ashley, below far left, was killed in a car crash.Driver fatally injured in crash on icy interstate
State police say a 19-year-old driver was fatally injured when a tractor trailer struck her car on Interstate 93 after she pulled over to switch places with a passenger. Authorities say Ashley St. Onge, of Methuen, Massachusetts, was frightened of the icy road conditions and pulled over near Windham to switch positions with 19-year-old Nicholas Hadley, of Derry.
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