Lindsey O'Donnell

Graduate from College of the Holy Cross, Dow Jones News Fund Recipient, Multi-Media Tech Journalist


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Partners: Blockbuster Deal Could Bridge Gap Between Apple iPhone, Cisco Enterprise VoIP

Solution providers Monday cheered a blockbuster Cisco-Apple partnership that they said could lead to tighter integration between Apple iPhones and iPads, and Cisco enterprise collaboration products. "Right now, the Apple iPhone and Cisco VoIP worlds are segregated," said Bob Venero, CEO of Holbrook, N.Y.-based solution provider Future Tech, No.

Belmont resident visits Africa to help Ebola patients

Kwan Kew Lai rested on a couch in her Belmont home, Nov. 25, while describing the personal protective equipment, or PPE, she had worn only days earlier in West Africa. "The suit was so thick, you would get claustrophobic if you wore it for more than three hours," said the 64-year-old resident.

CEOs issue ultimatum to Market Basket workers

Market Basket officials have issued an ultimatum to those employees they claim have not reported to work in weeks, according to a company statement released Aug. 12.

Ire lingers over derailment

By Lindsey O'[email protected] Cook, who has lived in Westford her entire life, has fond memories of the railway that extends from the Groton border of Forge Pond, along the edge of a pristine parcel known as Stony Brook Conservation Land, and into Chelmsford.When she lived on Pershing Street as a young girl, the railroad trailed right by her backyard and she recollected waving to the conductor and putting pennies on the tracks.Cook said the freight trains, owned by

Victory reflects team of selfless players

Like the crisp snap in the air, the nerves of the Littleton High School football players were frosty during Saturday's state championship game. Despite the chill, Andrew MacGregor barreled across the Gillette Stadium field and launched himself into the side of Cohasset's 175-pound star running back with no hesitation.

After loss, Littleton family copes with help from friends

Matthew and Sara Mallio smiled as they watched their four-year-old son, Michael, play with his toy cars on the table top at the coffee shop, laughing when he said his hot chocolate tasted like coffee. It wasn't until Aidan's name came up that the grief they've carried for the past year-and-a-half revealed itself.

Littleton zoning moratorium stymies pot growing applicants

Littleton's agricultural roots are apparently attracting marijuana cultivators to town, but its stringent policies are making them reconsider. This fall, two cultivators submitted and then withdrew applications to grow the plant in Littleton for medical purposes. Middlesex Integrative Medicine, a nonprofit from Boston, recently expressed interest in 265 Foster Street as a proposed site, according to Town Administrator Keith Bergman.

Westford hunters in agreement with bow hunting permit in Tadmuck Swamp

With numerous bear and deer sightings over the years, Westford is a hunter's dream. But the loss of wooded acres to development and growth in town have impeded hunters from practicing the sport. Selectmen's recent decision to grant resident Shawn Girard a permit for bow hunting in the 142-acre Tadmuck Swamp underscored the issue of hunting in Westford.

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