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    Today's Question Oct. 22
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    Will Dracut vanquish teen vaping?

    DRACUT -- The Board of Health will be holding a public hearing this week on proposed changes to regulations governing the sale of tobacco and vaping products out of a growing concern over the use of electronic cigarettes by young people. Full Story
     
    Top Local
    Memory café open for those with dementia

    WILMINGTON -- Wilmington has officially joined dozens of other Massachusetts communities working to reduce the isolation people with dementia and their caregivers often feel through memory cafés. Full Story
    Police
    Police Arrest Log

    Billerica -- Dawn O'Brien, 47, 28 Kenmar Drive; warrant arrest. -- Bonnie Russell, 57, 33 Argonne Road; second offense operating a motor vehicle under the influence liquor, lights violation. Full Story
    Lifestyles
    Iraqi immigrant translates Arabic for crucial Lowell school packets

    This article is the latest in The Sun's "Be a Volunteer" series, focusing on people who join community nonprofits. Full Story
    LOCAL NEWS
    Trinity EMS official brings expertise to China forum

    LOWELL -- A member of the Trinity EMS leadership team found himself discussing American ambulance service in a somewhat unexpected place earlier this month: China. Full Story
    LETTERS
    Barry Finegold can deliver for our schools

    Barry Finegold is the leader Tewksbury needs on Beacon Hill. As chairperson of the Tewksbury School Committee, I've worked with a lot of different elected officials. Full Story
    SPORTS
    Boucher qualifies for U.S. Trials, snaps event record

    LOWELL -- Meagan Boucher had set a personal goal to at some point qualify for the Olympic Trials. She, however, didn't expect to achieve that feat on a chilly and windy morning in Lowell at the 30th Baystate Marathon on Sunday. Full Story
    ENTERTAINMENT
    Horoscope

    By Jacqueline Bigar LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Defer to someone else. You might not be ecstatic about this course of action, but ultimately it will benefit you. Full Story
    COMMUNITY
    School Committee divided on deficit

    LOWELL -- The sum under discussion was only a fraction of the $2.48 million deficit, indicated by an internal review of the budget, but the divide on the School Committee was clear Wednesday night. Full Story

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    MINNEAPOLIS — Gianna Chien is somewhat different from all the other researchers who reported on their work to more than 8,000 doctors at the Heart Rhythm Society meeting in Denver.   Full Story
     
    Music on the Web: Google, Facebook and Apple set to battle for your ears
    Silicon Valley is poised to upend the music industry -- again. From Napster to Pandora, from the iPod to the iPhone, technology innovation has made music easier to find and cheaper to buy than ever before. Full Story

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    HTC's new One is a smartphone I like to hold but don't like to use. I love its design and some of its top features.   Full Story
     
     
    Teen's science project uncovers iPad risk for people with heart implants

    MINNEAPOLIS — Gianna Chien is somewhat different from all the other researchers who reported on their work to more than 8,000 doctors at the Heart Rhythm Society meeting in Denver. Full Story
    Teen's science project uncovers iPad risk for people with heart implants

    MINNEAPOLIS — Gianna Chien is somewhat different from all the other researchers who reported on their work to more than 8,000 doctors at the Heart Rhythm Society meeting in Denver. Full Story
    Teen's science project uncovers iPad risk for people with heart implants

    MINNEAPOLIS — Gianna Chien is somewhat different from all the other researchers who reported on their work to more than 8,000 doctors at the Heart Rhythm Society meeting in Denver. Full Story