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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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Towns/Cities near lowell, massachusetts : Dracut Belvidere Highlands Chelmsford Pawtucketville Nabnasset
a Unified Front: Veterans Assisting Veterans do just that with upcoming Rally & Battle of the Bands
It's being called a "first-of-its-kind" veterans event in the city. Members of Veterans Assisting Veterans are gearing up for the "Veterans Rally & Battle of the Bands" on Saturday, Aug. 26, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., at Holy Ghost Park.Lowell man sent to prison after guilty plea to drug charge
A 37-year-old Lowell man arrested last year as part of "Operation Triple Play" -- a street-level drug sweep meant to help combat the opioid epidemic -- was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison. Lizardo Alicea pleaded guilty to two counts of distribution of a Class A substance and two counts of drug violation near a school or park, according to court records.Lowell man sent to prison after guilty plea to drug charge
A 37-year-old Lowell man arrested last year as part of "Operation Triple Play" -- a street-level drug sweep meant to help combat the opioid epidemic -- was sentenced to 3 1/2 years in prison. Lizardo Alicea pleaded guilty to two counts of distribution of a Class A substance and two counts of drug violation near a school or park, according to court records.Glasgow School of Art on target to be restored in just two years
WORKERS are on target to have the Glasgow School of Art fully risen from the ashes of a devastating fire in two years time. Students were preparing for their degree show in May 2014 when the iconic Mackintosh Building that houses the school was the victim of disastrous blaze.Lowell School Committee member mum on why he wants another assistant superintendent
Just days after the School Department brought in reinforcements to shore-up a "totally overwhelmed" Human Resources Department, School Committee member Robert Hoey filed a motion that could prove very lucrative for the current HR director, Anne Sheehy. Hoey's motion for Wednesday night's School Committee meeting reads: "Motion to have the Lowell School Committee approve a change in job title, from Director of Human Resources to Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources."Police: Woman found dead in Lawrence car is from Lowell
Police say a Lowell woman was found dead in a vehicle at the Market Basket on Essex Street in Lawrence on Tuesday night, but the Essex District Attorney's Office said no foul play is suspected. Lawrence police told the Eagle Tribune the woman is believed to be from Lowell, but Carrie Kimball Monahan, a spokeswoman for the Essex District Attorney's Office, said it appears the woman may have been living out of her vehicle.Police asking for help in solving attempted Lowell sexual assault
Police are asking for the public's help as they seek to identify a man who attacked and tried to rape a teenage girl who he dragged behind a house in the Centralville neighborhood Tuesday afternoon. The massive search for the suspect on Christian Hill and into Dracut, which included state police troopers, canine units, and the state police Airwing, along with Dracut police drew attention Tuesday evening, though police initially described the incident that led to it as just an assault.Police asking for help in solving attempted Lowell sexual assault
Police are asking for the public's help as they seek to identify a man who attacked and tried to rape a teenage girl who he dragged behind a house in the Centralville neighborhood Tuesday afternoon. The massive search for the suspect on Christian Hill and into Dracut, which included state police troopers, canine units, and the state police Airwing, along with Dracut police drew attention Tuesday evening, though police initially described the incident that led to it as just an assault.Tyngsboro board approves assistant town administrator
There's a new assistant town administrator in Tyngsboro. The Board of Selectmen on Monday welcomed Justin Sultzbach after unanimously approving Town Administrator Matt Hanson's recommendation.Dang a Shriver success story
Bau Dang was a student from Lowell who began his journey to success on Oct. 31, 2012, when he arrived for his first day of training at Shriver Job Corps. According to Donald Donahue, a career counselor for the carpentry, cement and paint vocations at Shriver, Dang came to the Job Corps with a hunger to push himself toward completing his basic vocational training in the automotive career field, and at the same time was gearing up to request advanced vocational training as an automotive technician.No bail for man who allegedly struck Lowell police officer with car
A 24-year-old Lowell man who is said to be in a downward spiral of mental illness was ordered held without bail Monday at his arraignment on charges he struck a Lowell police detective with a car and sped away with the detective still on the hood. That detective, whom police did not immediately identify, flew off the hood of the car after about 25 feet, and was released after treatment of injuries at a city hospital, according to prosecutors.Third man held in alleged Lowell attack
A third man accused of involvement in a July 29 stabbing that left a 19-year-old Lowell man with internal bleeding from stab wounds and a possibly broken neck is being held on bail following his arraignment. Kevin Kan, 21, of 233 Stevens St., Lowell, was arrested Monday after two witnesses to the brutal attack identified him as a participant, according to police reports.Third man held in alleged Lowell attack
A third man accused of involvement in a July 29 stabbing that left a 19-year-old Lowell man with internal bleeding from stab wounds and a possibly broken neck is being held on bail following his arraignment. Kevin Kan, 21, of 233 Stevens St., Lowell, was arrested Monday after two witnesses to the brutal attack identified him as a participant, according to police reports.Lowell man charged with OUI in fatal river crash
IN CUSTODY: An officer attaches cuffs to Douglas Dematos' ankles while his attorney, Frances Dallmeyer, right, and Assistant District Attorney Ashlee Mastrangelo, left, look on during his arraignment at Lowell General Hospital yesterday. Authorities have recovered what they believe to be the body of a 16-year-old Lowell girl who was thrown into the Merrimack River Sunday night when the personal watercraft she was riding was hit from behind by another one operated by an alleged drunken driver.Cawley is LHS site, but downtown backers push on
Market Basket shoppers were subject to a familiar refrain this weekend, offered in at least two languages: "Do you want to sign a petition"? More than a dozen activists fanned out to stores across the area on Saturday and Sunday, collecting signatures in the hope of triggering a citywide nonbinding vote on the site of the future Lowell High School after the City Council already made a final vote to place the school at Cawley Stadium. In less than two weeks, volunteers representing the Save Lowell High School group have collected about 3,000 of the 6,400 signatures needed by Sept.Charges are dropped in Lowell home shooting
Prosecutors have dropped the remaining 12 criminal charges against a 19-year-old Lowell man who was initially held without bail following his arrest on allegations he fired a dozen gunshots into a home on Smith Street. There are no longer any criminal charges pending as a result of the incidents on Jan. 9 and Jan. 11 in which at least a dozen gunshots were fired into a home at 75 Smith St., including one round which penetrated the bedroom of a sleeping 14-year-old boy.5th OUI brings 3-year sentence
A 56-year-old Lowell man who allegedly urinated in the back of a state police cruiser after he was arrested on a fifth-offense drunken driving charge last year was sentenced to at least three years in prison Friday. John Gaziano was convicted of operating under the influence of liquor by Judge Christopher Barry-Smith following a bench trial in Middlesex Superior Court in Woburn, according to court records.
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