Littleton Courier

Panthers take advantage of Lin-Wood collapse

LINCOLN — In the opening game of the season for both the Lisbon Panthers and the Lin-Wood Lumberjacks baseball teams, the two teams set the precedent for the rest of the season. The two teams were in a gridlock until the final inning when Lin-Wood narrowly let the game get away. Getting the start on the hill for the Lumberjacks was the accurate arm of Max Dovholuk. Dovholuk had significant experience from the mound last year and proved to be a high end pitcher. This season Dovholuk got off on the right foot. Throwing six and one-third innings, Dovholuk only allowed a single hit to go with his six strikeouts. The only department that Dovholuk had difficulties with in his opening game, were his five walks. ...more>

Good to get the blues

Lights shine in Bethlehem for autism awareness

BETHLEHEM— Parents Jose and Casey Bonilla, who have a son with autism, are on a mission. Started last year, the couple is expanding their effort to illuminate the town's Main Street with blue lights, the color of autism awareness....more>

Italian Oasis to close

Bailiwicks set to take over spot

LITTLETON— Bailiwicks, closed since the Thayers Inn water damage in January, will be moving to Parker's Marketplace in the spot being vacated by Italian Oasis. Wayne and Lisa Morello, who operated the Oasis since 1992, have decided to move on....more>
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