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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.
Local Newspapers: The Sun
Local Sports Teams: Lowell Devils (AHL)
Local Colleges: University of Massachusetts Lowell
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Salary negotiation workshop : Play your part in ending the wage gap and attend a salary negotiation workshop. Attendees will learn how to respond to salary offers, how to pitch, and what a target salary should look like.Leominster man arrested on multiple drug charges
A city man was arrested and held on $1,000 cash bail after police observed him sitting in his running car with his head down in a store parking lot, then found him in possession of marijuana derivatives and anti-anxiety medication, according to court documents. Michael D. Dery, 34, of 37 Grandview Ave., was charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of drugs, possession of a class E and B substance, operating a motor vehicle on a suspended license, and failing to identify himself to a police officer, according to court documents.Lowell police investigate apparent early-morning shooting
The Lowell Police Department is investigating an incident that neighbors said was a shooting early Saturday on West 6th Street. An officer at police headquarters would only confirm that it was an incident and that it was under active investigation.EDITORIAL: Prostitution bill worth debate and a rewrite
It seems the legal community has been trying to find the appropriate penalty for prostitution for as long as the "oldest profession" has been around. Some say it's a victimless crime when the parties are two consenting adults.DA aims to cut down on domestic violence
District Attorney Marian Ryan has helped train over 1,700 cosmetologists and barbers to spot signs of domestic violence, and she trained about 50 more at Greater Lowell Technical High School Monday as legislation is pending to require such training for licensed professionals. Ryan visited the vocational high school in Tyngsboro as part of the Cut It Out program, a nationwide effort to get cosmetologists, barbers, manicurists and massage therapists to recognize signs of violence among their clients.Local business owner not guilty in alleged insurance scheme
The co-owner of a well-known Lowell restaurant and bar who was accused of masterminding a plot to burn down a Brookline home in a scheme to collect insurance money was acquitted by a jury on Monday. Alan Kaplan, of Brookline, was indicted in 2015 on charges of arson of a dwelling house, burning a building, accessory before the fact and burning a building to defraud an insurer, according to court records.Lowell man facing upgraded drug charges
A 31-year-old Lowell man who was initially charged with low-level drug offenses when he was arrested in August at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center is now facing a drug trafficking charge after tests determined he also had 75 bags of Fentanyl, according to police reports. Kenneth Yandle, of Lowell, was found in room 216 at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center on Aug. 1, by UMass Lowell Police officers who were responding to a report of a possible overdose, according to police reports.Lowell has MSBA support, but must submit modified high school plan
Lowell officials were told Thursday that they still have the Massachusetts School Building Authority's support in pursuing a new high school, despite months of confusion and debate about the school's location. However, now that the city appears poised to switch its plans and keep the high school downtown rather than build a new structure at Cawley Stadium, officials must take several steps to acquire MSBA approval and funding -- and the process will likely run well into next year.Golden Gloves boxing to return to MassMutual Center
Some of the best amateur boxers in the region will compete at the MassMutual Center in downtown Springfield next month as part of the Western New England Golden Gloves Championship Tournament. Springfield Patrolman Dean Fay, who is director of Western New England Golden Gloves, said that boxing provides an outlet for teens.Out-of-work mom needs your help
Then her baby sitter quit. She couldn't find a steady replacement. Absences piled up, until her boss fired her.Historic home is restored in downtown Westborough
The School Committee entered murky legal territory Wednesday as it voted, by a narrow margin, to instruct Superintendent Salah Khelfaoui to form a search committee and begin interviewing candidates to become the permanent head of Lowell High School. Khelfaoui had said he was waiting for the results of teacher and administrator polls about the interim head of school Marianne Busteed's performance and that if she received a resounding endorsement he would strongly consider hiring her long term.Lowell school board adopts maintenance plan in wake of boiler issues
After portions of the high school were without heat for several days in November, the School Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to create a comprehensive maintenance strategy for the district's 28 schools. Committee members, district administrators, and maintenance staff have been in talks for weeks with their counterparts on the municipal side of government about creating such a plan.A welcome return to an old holiday favorite
Every now and then, I'll listen to a favorite album, or pick up a well-worn book, and think how nice it would be to experience it again for the first time. While watching "A Christmas Carol" at the Merrimack Repertory Theatre this past weekend, I had the same feeling.BWW Review: a Christmas Carol: Recited by the Author
Adapted from the Charles Dickens novella by Tony Brown, Directed by Megan Sandberg-Zakian ; Music Director & Sound Designer, Nathan Leigh ; Scenic Designer, Randall Parsons ; Costume Designer, Miranda Kau Giurleo; Lighting Designer, Deborah Kengmana; Assistant Sound Designer, Grace Oberhofer ; Dialect Coach, Erika Bailey; Production Stage Manager, Nicole Kutcher Performances through December 24 at Merrimack Repertory Theatre, 50 E. Merrimack Street, Lowell, MA; Box Office 978-654-4678 or www.mrt.org 'Tis the season, when every theater company worth its salt pores through the canon of Christmas-themed plays and musicals to find just the right property to dangle in front of their audiences.Motor vehicle theft busted in Tewksbury before victims were aware of alleged crimes
Tewksbury police Officer Michael Maccario, with help from two colleagues, made an arrest in a series of vehicle break ins early Monday morning even before the victims of the crimes realized anything was amiss. And the suspect who drew Maccario's attention is now being held on $750 cash bail, in large part due to a criminal history with over 122 entries, and a recently completed prison sentence for a similar crime, according to police reports.Gunshots ring out in Lowell's Acre
Police are investigating gunshots that rang out in The Acre section of the city shortly after 8 p.m. Tuesday. Nobody was injured in the shooting that ended with at least one bullet striking the back window of a Chevy sedan that was parked in the Broadway Pizza parking lot on Broadway Street.
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