News Nearby: Man Revived After Heart Attack At Bruins Practice
Each week we take a look at the stories making headlines in neighboring Patch towns.
Terry Gardner was at Ristuccia Arena with a few of his friends to watch the Boston Bruins take the ice for practice. But he was hard at work before long.
Gardner was among the group of on and off duty emergency personnel who saved the life of a man who had a cardiac episode in the stands on Thursday morning.
Bruins players, who had just taken the ice in Wilmington, took a knee along the boards in front of the benches and watch as several professionally trained first responders rushed into the stands and used a defibrillator to shock the man back to consciousness.
Westford Woman Seeks Help For Second Boston Marathon Run
Sarah Jane Constantine was diagnosed with lupus and hopes to run in the Boston Marathon for the second year in a row, but is finding it more difficult this year due to the economy.
The man behind last year's recall election is now claiming that Chelmsford Open Space Stewardship and Oak Hill Committee member Phil Stanway wishes to work with the Selectmen to start logging on Oak Hill.
Late in 2012, the Secondary Schools Building Committee (SSBC) learned that some line items exceeded original budget estimates for the school building project. With the construction documents for the project currently 60 percent complete, the SSBC foresees more cost overruns once the documents are 90 percent complete. Therefore, they plan to ask the town for additional funds at a Special Election and Special Town Meeting.