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What Were the Most Read Stories on Tewksbury Patch This Week?

Take a look at the most read stories on Tewksbury Patch from the past week.

Tewksbury Police Department. Photo Credit: Patch File Photo.
Tewksbury Police Department. Photo Credit: Patch File Photo.

A caller at 599 Chandler St. reported a male individual was smashing out a car window. Officers responded and two Tewksbury residents were arrested. Read more in our police logs

State Rep. Jim Lyons of the 18th Essex District -- which includes Tewksbury -- is questioning the CEO of Planned Parenthood, a former state representative, citing a conflict of interest.

An individual came into the police station to report his 14-year-old grandson was missing from their home. He reported he last saw his grandson between 9:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. when he was in bed. The boy did not have a cell phone with him. Find out more in our police logs

As is the case every year, potholes are cropping up on roads throughout New England. But where are the worst in Tewksbury? We asked our readers on Facebook, and here is a round up of some of their answers.

Delaney R. Carr, a Senior in Applied Mathematics and Statistics and Applied Psychology from Tewksbury made the fall semester President's List at Bryant University.

The Jr. Redmen Squirt AAA Hockey Team continued their strong play, going 1-0-1 in games against the Twin City Hawks and the NH East Eagles.


An officer on detail reported a disturbance at Motel 6, 95 Main St., and a Boston resident was placed under arrest on an outstanding warrant. Read more in our police logs


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