ROXBURY — The owner of the now defunct Granite Gorge summer camp won’t have to pay a $2,100 refund to an irate mother, and the mother won’t have to pay $10,000 for allegedly defaming the camp’s owner, according to a ruling issued this week.

Five states announced Thursday that they are taking legal action against Purdue Pharma and members of the Sackler family who control the drug company, accusing them of deceptively pushing powerful painkillers and misrepresenting the drugs’ safety as the pills sparked the opioid crisis.

MANCHESTER — Under unprecedented security, a trial opened Monday of Brandon Griffin, the alleged leader of the “Squad” street gang who is accused of using violence and intimidation to control the drug trade in Manchester in 2015 and 2016.


CONCORD — A probate judge Friday called to a halt the blockbuster estate trial in which Nathan Carman was to rebut claims he murdered his millionaire grandfather and was entitled to receive some of the man’s fortune.

CONCORD — The Director of Motor Vehicles, Elizabeth A. Bielecki, has released the following list of Driving While Intoxicated revocations. Please note the actual date of revocation may have preceded this announcement.

A judge has ordered the Peaceful Assembly Church to pay nearly $10,000 in back taxes and attorney’s fees to the Town of Grafton, saying the church breached the terms of an agreement that granted tax-exempt status in return for repairs of its fire-ravaged building.