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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
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.At Lowell church, Martin Luther King Jr.'s words resonate
It was his words of wisdom and call for change. It was his dedication to the truth and his love of God.Backtalk: 1/15/2018
READ IT AND WEEP: Donald Trump spent three years in the U.S. Navy Seals and had to drop out after winning many, many, many medals for heroism. Every year he has donated three quarters of a billion dollars to the poor and impoverished in America and all across the world.With your help, Sun Santa grows
Employees at MRSI Systems in North Billerica made their annual donation to the Sun Santa Fund on Tuesday. SUN/JULIA MALAKIE Lorraine Moran, Lowell, $100.Flash freeze behind heavy rains
Don't get too comfortable with the unseasonable warmth the end of this week has brought, because a deep freeze is just around the corner. Greater Lowell saw a high near 60 degrees Friday, with rain, thunderstorms and areas of fog, according to the National Weather Service.Lowell man held in backpack snatching
A Lowell man is in police custody after allegedly snatching a 23-year-old woman's backpack as she walked in the area of 77 Middlesex St. around 9:20 a.m. Saturday. Wilfredo Rivera-Cruz, 35, who hopped in a pickup truck after the robbery, was stopped by police on Lawrence Street, according to Lowell police Capt.Experience carries Tomczyk to Novice win at the Gloves
Amateur boxing is a sport that rewards conditioning and volume of punches landed. And Robert Tomczyk made sure to steadily pick up the pace in a bout against a hometown boxer, Scott Nardella, that not only tested his will to win -- but his ability to put together punches in bunches.Sylvia's kindness
It shouldn't come as a surprise that a certain retired Congregational Church pastor would go out of her way to help someone in need of spiritual and material help. The 89-year-old Dracut resident's latest act of Christian kindness came as a reaction to something she read in The Sun.Are plastic bags on way out in Lowell?
At least 60 communities throughout the commonwealth have enacted ordinances that prohibit the use of one-time-use plastic bags in retail locations. Advocates of the bans say they are necessary to reduce the use of plastic bags, which do not decompose and can cause environmental damage.Tyngsboro police officer placed on unpaid leave for allegedly working ...
A police officer has been placed on unpaid administrative leave this week amid an investigation into on-duty conduct, The Sun has learned. Daniel J. Whitman, a Tyngsboro native and member of the Police Department since June 2010, was the subject of an executive session at Town Hall Wednesday that lasted nearly four hours.Historical Post Cane restored with help from Eagle Scout
Thanks to Eagle Scout Zackary Cook, Dracut's Post Cane is back in Town Hall. The cane, one of 517 in New England, is proudly displayed in a new case on the first floor.Tsongas takes 'pot' shot at Trump during his signing of her opioid bill
President Donald Trump signs into law the bipartisan Interdict Act to curtail opioid trafficking during a ceremony in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on Wednesday. The legislation was sponsored by U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas of Lowell, far right, and U.S. Sen. Edward Markey, far left.Dracut woman charged with OUI
Police in Pelham are investigating a two-vehicle crash that occurred Wednesday, Jan. 3, about 6 p.m., after which a Dracut woman was charged. After arriving at the scene on Bridge Street, just over the Dracut line, Pelham police officers charged Valerie Bourassa, 30, of Dracut, with two counts of driving under the influence, aggravated driving while intoxicated and driving after license suspension.Alleged 'lookout' charged in Lowell robbery
A 30-year-old Lowell man is free on personal recognizance after being charged with armed and masked robbery for allegedly accepting $10 to act as a lookout for a man who robbed Little Ceasars on Bridge Street Monday night. Police were called to the store Monday about 9 p.m., after a suspect who covered his face in a ski mask indicated he had a gun and demanded cash from the register, according to police.Lowell's Murkland School makes great impression
This letter is written with regard to my recent experience visiting/supervising at the Charlotte Murkland School on Adams Street in Lowell. I am currently a Fitchburg State University program supervisor for a number of their practicum students .Lowell's Murkland School makes great impression
This letter is written with regard to my recent experience visiting/supervising at the Charlotte Murkland School on Adams Street in Lowell. I am currently a Fitchburg State University program supervisor for a number of their practicum students .No firm date on Lowell library reopening
There is no certain reopen date in sight for the Pollard Memorial Library as it recovers from an estimated $350,000 damages from a burst pipe over the weekend. "We want to open up as soon as possible, but we're not going to prematurely do it," said Assistant City Manager Michael McGovern.
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