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About: lowell, massachusetts

Founded in the 1820s as a planned manufacturing center for textiles, Lowell is located along the rapids of the Merrimack River, 30 miles northwest of Boston. The so-called Boston Associates, including Nathan Appleton and Patrick Tracy Jackson of the Boston Manufacturing Company, named the new mill town after their visionary leader, Francis Cabot Lowell, who had died five years before its 1823 incorporation.

Population: 105167
Local Newspapers: The Sun
Local Sports Teams: Lowell Devils (AHL)
Local Colleges: University of Massachusetts Lowell

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Towns/Cities near lowell, massachusetts : Dracut Belvidere Highlands Chelmsford Pawtucketville Nabnasset

Lowell News
Nursing student at MCC a Hurst Scholar

Middlesex Community College Nursing student Diane Vazquez-Baez of Lowell was recently been named a Hurst Review NCLEX Scholar. This scholarship is designed to assist Nursing students who are also members of Phi Theta Kappa, the national honor society for two-year colleges, in preparing for and taking the National Council Licensure Examination, or NCLEX, nursing exam.

Strong Skills start for GLTHS

The Greater Lowell Technical High School SkillsUSA chapter officers attended the recent Massachusetts State Leadership Conference for Workplace Readiness held at the Best Western Royal Plaza and Trade Center in Marlboro. The annual event of more than 400 student officers from around the state focuses on leadership development, service orientation and teamwork skills.

Nuon to chair safety panel

City Councilor Vesna Nuon is back as chairman of the Council's Public Safety subcommittee six years after he resigned the same post because of his clash with the Police Department. Nuon, who resigned in 2012 as chair after some members of the Police Department were upset because Nuon had filed a false-arrest lawsuit against the city, has been appointed chairman for 2018-19, according to the list of subcommittee appointments released Friday afternoon.

SJC overturns ruling in Lowell contaminated condo case

The city of Lowell could potentially be liable for millions of dollars in damages after a Supreme Judicial Court ruling revived a lawsuit filed by owners of condominiums built on the contaminated site of a formerly city-owned landfill on Willard Street. The city won a 2016 trial in connection with the lawsuit filed by owners of condos in the Grand Manor condominium complex, when a jury determined the three-year statute of limitations for claims in the case had expired.

'MAGA hat ready to burn': Trump supporters start freaking ...

Audience member Robin Roy reacts as U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets her at a campaign rally in Lowell, Massachusetts January 4, 2016. President Donald Trump is meeting with Sen. Chuck Schumer to try to hammer out a deal to keep the government running.

Troopers honored after daring river rescue in Lowell

A pair of state troopers who saved the life of a distraught 24-year-old man when they used a state police helicopter to pull him from the icy waters of the Merrimack River earlier this month were honored by Gov. Charlie Baker. Trooper John Hazelrigg, who lives in North Central Massachusetts and piloted the Air4 helicopter, and Trooper Russ Phippen, who lives in the Merrimack Valley and grabbed the man out of the river, were both called to the governor's Beacon Hill offices Wednesday.

Westford's Trahan says she was called to run for 3rd District seat

She often describes growing up in a working-class family, which she argues gave her a deep understanding of the challenges similar families face today. She also stresses that, raised in Lowell before moving to Westford, she has spent her whole life in the district.

Tee it up even in winter at these local indoor golf spots

At Pappas Golf & Baseball, you can check out your swing on the TV monitor, like Jack Liu of Westford ... Well, all you avid golfers across the region who can't wait for the local courses to open, you can actually do that right here during the off-season . Golfers have plenty of inside opportunities across Greater Lowell this winter, and year-round, so they don't have to wait until the courses open up in the spring.

Lowell library 'weeks' away from opening after water damage

Library assistant Omisi Agbe-Rankhe, left, and head of circulation Liz Manning work on the first floor of water-damaged Pollard Memorial Library in Lowell Wednesday. The area at rear, including the periodicals section, computers for public use and DVD/CDs, is curtained off with plastic to speed up drying a week and a half after a burst pipe caused extensive damage.

Lowell man misses child's birth while jailed in shooting lawyer says he didn't do

A 20-year-old Lowell man who was accused of shooting an off-duty employee of the Middlesex Sheriff's Office missed the birth of his first child as he was held without bail in connection with charges that were dropped on Wednesday. And an attorney who represented Tristan Morales, of 752 Merrimack St., is critical of prosecutors who would not agree to let Morales be released sooner even though it appeared the case against him was troubled.

Opening on Chelmsford health board

Those who may be interested in serving on the Board of Health have an extra week to submit applications to the Board of Selectmen. A joint meeting of the boards to appoint a new member to finish out the expired term of Dr. Eric Kaplan was postponed to 7 p.m. Jan. 29, room 204 of the town offices.

What we are working on 1/17/2018

It's Wednesday, Jan. 17. Here is some of what Sun staffers and other news providers are working on for lowellsun.com and Thursday's print edition. The Pollard Memorial Library in Lowell is still closed, more than a week after a water pipe broke.

Lowell man dies in blaze

A 31-year-old man barricaded himself in a garage early Tuesday morning and killed himself in a fire he apparently started, The Sun has learned. Heavy fire engulfed the garage at a townhouse style condo at 30 Angle St., Unit 10, which started about 1:45 a.m. The man died of smoke inhalation.

She brings happiness to hospice

Horahan doesn't think so. It's certainly sad when one of her hospice patients dies, but the months she spends with them are full of little joys.

Billerica neighbor's word may be offensive, but lawsuit would be 'challenge'

That's the reaction from displeased parents who see the provocative word -- many would call it offensive and nasty -- while they drive down the busiest road in Billerica. A resident should not be allowed to write "Douchebag" on a barn in public view, a chorus of parents have told The Sun.

Assault suspect held on bail

Chandara Keo, 60, of Lowell, was deemed to be dangerous this week and a judge set bail at $5,000 cash as Keo faces charges he hit a 57-year-old Dracut man in the head with a meat cleaver. Keo was initially held without bail at his arraignment on charges of armed assault with intent to murder, and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon causing serious bodily injury.

CVS Pharmacy promises to end touchups of its beauty images

The company said it has a responsibility to think about sending messages of unrealistic body images to girls and young women. CVS Health Corp. said Monday it will not "materially" alter photos used in stores, on websites and on social media by changing a model's shape, size, skin or eye color or wrinkles.

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