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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.

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

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Lowell News
A boy dead, a Lowell neighborhood shaken

"Usually the dogs are quiet," said Tan, 32, as he smoked a cigarette. "Most of the time, they're quiet."

UML group goes to finals of anti-terror campaign

UMass Lowell students made it to the championship round of a national contest that asked them to create an anti-terrorism education campaign. The students' campaign, which they named ProjectPACE, was developed through the "Peer to Peer: Challenging Extremism" competition, which calls on college students across the country to produce multimedia campaigns on the influence and methods of extremists -- from homegrown terrorists to ISIS -- with an eye toward empowering the public and stemming the activities of radicals.

Downtown Lowell High near services, but no flood of students taking advantage

It's been a central argument for Save Lowell High Committee PAC members and supporters looking to keep a new Lowell High School downtown: the central location allows students to easily get to service agencies or other places after school ends. Quantifying the benefit of that access is difficult to gauge, however, a survey of organizations that work with the city's high school students indicates that the greater access that now exists does not translate into great numbers of participants.

Bust of Argentine president will be displayed at UMass Lowell

It was 1847 when Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, a hugely important figure in the history of Argentina, visited the city as part of a trip to the U.S. and Europe aimed at learning more about industry and education. Sarmiento, who was unimpressed by most of what he saw in European cities like Birmingham, England, later went on to write about Lowell as one of the few bright spots on his journey.

DA: 7-year-old boy killed in Lowell pit bull attack

Neighbor Angel Argueta speaks as police investigate the scene of a reported fatal dog attack on Clare Street in Lowell on Saturday, October 21, 2017. Authorities are investigating after a 7-year-old boy was apparently attacked and killed by two pit bulls in Lowell.

Boy, 7, killed in Lowell pit bull attack

A 7-year-old boy was killed after a dog attack in The Acre section of the city on Saturday night. A preliminary investigation suggests the attack took place when the unidentified child entered a fenced-in area on Clare Street that housed two pit bulls, according to a press release from the Middlesex District Attorney's Office.

Boy, 7, killed in Lowell pit bull attack

A 7-year-old boy was killed after a dog attack in The Acre section of the city on Saturday night. A preliminary investigation suggests the attack took place when the unidentified child entered a fenced-in area on Clare Street that housed two pit bulls, according to a press release from the Middlesex District Attorney's Office.

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Clear-channel means that one or just a few stations are on the same frequency over the entire continent. This is useful for those of us who tune the AM band late at night with a selective receiver.

EDITORIAL: New MCAS appears to be tougher, but is it progress?

The initial results of the redesigned MCAS test are in, with scores that reflect the novelty of the new exam. As should be expected, students statewide didn't perform as well on this version as others did on the original MCAS.

State releases proposal to attract Amazon

From the home of the New England Patriots to a mall in Leominster to oceanfront property in Lynn, 26 sites in Massachusetts want to host Amazon's second headquarters and the 50,000 jobs that will accompany it, according to a proposal state officials released Friday. Rather than backing one specific site, the bid touts the state as a whole, highlighting its "unparalleled constellation of 125 colleges and universities" and the workforce those institutions can provide.

'Distinguished' class grows by count of five

Five high achievers are set to be honored at the 13th annual Lowell High School Distinguished Alumni Award ceremony Wednesday. This year's honorees are Esther Wilkins, class of 1933; Gerald Wallace, class of 1952; Brian Martin, class of 1968; Brian Chapman, class of 1980; and Tom Golden, class of 1989.

Lowell school board asks MSBA to delay high school action until after election

In a letter signed by Mayor Edward Kennedy and Superintendent Salah Khelfaoui, the School Committee has asked the Massachusetts School Building Authority to take no action on the Lowell High School project before the Nov. 7 city election. The committee voted 6-1 in executive session to make the request, according to a copy of the letter.

Times throw a wrench into century-old Lowell business

The old wooden floors creaked beneath customers' feet as they searched for everything from tools to shovels Tuesday afternoon in McKittrick Industrial Supply, Inc. When they weren't assisting customers on the floor, employees of the Lowell community staple checked prices listed in heavyduty binders. A flier taped to the front door indicated there was something different on the horizon for the business.

Halloween bash Saturday to benefit transplant patient

In 2011, Townsend resident Thomas Layton was diagnosed with kidney disease. Recently, his health issues worsened; he was diagnosed with focal segmental glomerulosclerosis.

Fitchburg man arraigned in robbery, beating of Lowell woman

After allegedly robbing a Lowell woman of $4,000 in cash and $4,000 in jewelry using a handgun to threaten and pistol whip her, a city man was arraigned Thursday on armed robbery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, according to court documents. Emanuel R. Martinez, 33, of 35 Holt St., No.

Fitchburg man arraigned in robbery, beating of Lowell woman

After allegedly robbing a Lowell woman of $4,000 in cash and $4,000 in jewelry using a handgun to threaten and pistol whip her, a city man was arraigned Thursday on armed robbery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, according to court documents. Emanuel R. Martinez, 33, of 35 Holt St., No.

Chelmsford TM bans pot businesses

Joining its neighboring community of Westford, Chelmsford Town Meeting Thursday passed articles establishing general and zoning bylaws prohibiting such businesses from operating in town. Chelmsford narrowly voted against the state ballot question that legalized recreational pot last November, allowing its legislative body to prohibit related businesses without bringing it back to the voters.

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