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

Lowell News
Lowell men charged with armed robbery

A pair of Lowell men who allegedly robbed a 26-year-old man on Middle Street Tuesday afternoon were ordered held on $500 cash bail at their arraignments. Jonathan Silva, 33, of 89 Concord St., and Sean Palmer, 28, of 348 Riverside St., were both charged with armed robbery after police stopped a vehicle they were in as they fled the scene of the robbery, according to a police report.

Lowell man to prison for multiple attacks on ex-girlfriend

A 46-year-old Lowell man with a lengthy criminal history was sentenced to 2 1/2 to 3 years in prison, followed by 5 years of probation after pleading guilty to over a dozen charges in a case in which he repeatedly abused an ex-girlfriend. John Michelin, of 414 Jean Ave., faced significantly more prison time than he was sentenced to, but his attorney, Ryan Sullivan, argued that probation was the best way to force Michelin to deal with the drug addiction that drove his actions.

Joel Colodner to Star in Merrimack Repertory Theatre's a Christmas Carol

MRT favorite Joel Colodner uses his dexterous voice and inventive acting to bring Ebenezer Scrooge and the rest of your favorite characters to life. Inspired by Charles Dickens ' own live storytelling performances-and with your favorite carols played by live onstage musicians-we'll remind you of the true meaning of Christmas: the singular joy of fellowship and compassion.

Lowell board terminates special-ed bus pact

The School Committee voted unanimously Wednesday to terminate its current special-education transportation contract and enter a new agreement, worth up to $9.7 million over three years, with Pridestar EMS. The committee has been deliberating for weeks about what to do with the current provider, SP&R Transportation, after a 5-year-old student was left on a bus for five hours earlier this year.

'Salute to Veterans Camporee'

For the first time Saturday, Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts from Dracut and Lowell came together for a Salute to Veterans Camporee. Thomas Sperounis, committee chairman of Dracut's Troop 25, planning for the event began back in May after an idea came about on how to get the scouts and veterans together for a social event.

Lowell board backs winter bus passes for students

The school district took its first step Wednesday toward offering winter bus passes to every high school student that lives more than 1 1/2 miles from the school. Lowell Public Schools do not currently provide transportation to the high school and many students either pay for their own LRTA passes or walk more than 20 minutes year-round.

Suspected Lowell bank robbery nabbed in N.H.

The suspected robber of the Santander Bank at 794 Rogers St. in Lowell on Monday morning has been captured, police said. David Rivera, 37, of 120 Epping St., Lowell, was arrested in Salem following the work of multiple police agencies, according to Lowell police Capt.

Suspected Lowell bank robbery nabbed in N.H.

The suspected robber of the Santander Bank at 794 Rogers St. in Lowell on Monday morning has been captured, police said. David Rivera, 37, of 120 Epping St., Lowell, was arrested in Salem following the work of multiple police agencies, according to Lowell police Capt.

Boosting voter rolls won't boost turnout

That was certainly the case in Lowell, where despite the most hotly contested issue in recent memory -- whether to renovate the existing downtown high school or build a new Lowell High School off Route 38 -- only a paltry 21 percent of the 65,000 registered voters went to the polls. And even that total was inflated by the extraordinarily high turnout in the Belvidere section of the city, the proposed site for a new high school.

New hot topic for students in Lowell

Moments before the Friends of Lowell High School meeting was set to begin in the school's Little Theater on Monday night, an attendee asked others if they had dressed in layers for the meeting. The question from the woman -- who identified herself only as a concerned parent -- referenced an ongoing heating issue at the Lowell High School.

Inside the 'Lewandowski embassy'

Like Steve Bannon does at the Breitbart office, Lewandowski stays upstairs when he's in town. The lower floors house a lobbying firm and sometimes a radio show.

Lowell councilors want report on homeless woes in neighborhoods

Many nonprofits in the city provide significant help for the local homeless population, but in a trend that's starting to be a point of concern, the homeless that patronize these local charities are now regularly causing problems that spill out into the surrounding neighborhoods, officials said Tuesday night. At the City Council meeting Tuesday, councilors introduced the topic by discussing one of the more troubling spots in downtown around Lucy Larcom Park and Kirk streets.

In Zack's memory, a house of hope

The addiction treatment program had no room left for her son, Zachary Gys. It was in the years before former Gov. Deval Patrick declared the opioid epidemic a public health emergency and organizations like Lowell House, still strapped for funding, were overburdened.

Lowell woman free on bail after search uncovers cocaine, shotgun

A 20-year-old Lowell woman is free on $10,000 cash bail after a search warrant targeting the father of her child turned up a sawed-off shotgun and over 23 grams of cocaine in the Second Street home where she lives, according to a police report. Stephanie Dejesus-Nunez, of 18 Second St., was arrested after detectives from the Lowell police Special Investigations Section served the warrant at her home with the help of a regional SWAT Team early Sunday morning.

Police on lookout for man who allegedly robbed Lowell bank

Police are on the lookout for a light skin male in his 30s, wearing a dark green hoodie and green pants who allegedly robbed the Santander Bank at 794 Rogers St. around 10:30 a.m. Monday. The suspect fled the scene in a white Chevy Rent-A-Center van, which was later recovered in the apartment parking lot at 39 Hollis street in Lowell.

Ste. Jeanne D'Arc elects leaders

Ste. Jeanne d'Arc School recently inducted new Student Council leaders and representatives during a ceremony at St. Rita's Church. The group of students, elected by their peers to address issues of concern and organize student events and activities, were acknowledged at this induction.

Fund drive set for Wilmington family

Hundreds across the Greater Lowell area lost power beginning Sunday, Oct. 29, after high winds took down trees and power lines. In the wee hours of Oct. 30, the Zeppi family was jolted awake at their Lake Street home as two trees came crashing down.

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