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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
Commonwealth Seminar one-day seminar Saturday July 29, in Lowell

We're excited to bring the Commonwealth Seminar to Lowell, MA for a special, intensive, one-day session where students will learn the "essentials" about: A number of our suburban community partners have mentioned their desire to participate in the Seminar, but noted the difficulty in commuting the required six-consecutive weeks into Boston. It is our hope that this intensive, one-day version of our Seminar will help provide participants some of the "essentials" to help navigate & influence the decision making process at the local, state and federal levels.

PAC will help fund pro-Cawley candidates in fall elections

The Citizens for Cawley group evolved this week from a grassroots movement into a formal political action committee, hoping to play a role in the November municipal elections. For months, the 8,200-member Citizens for Cawley had pushed for Lowell to select a site near Cawley Stadium as the location of a new high school rather than keeping the high school downtown.

MCC "Out of the Box" Fashion Show

On July 13, Middlesex Community College hosted its annual College for Kids "Out of the Box" Fashion Show at the chic UnchArted Gallery. More than 30 fashionable guests sipped refreshing summer drinks and ate delicious and unique food while enjoying spectacular artwork displayed on all the walls from local artists while waiting for the fashion show.

School Committee candidate calls for unity on high school issue

After narrowly missing out on a School Committee seat last election, Dennis Mercier is hoping his stances on the new Lowell High School and neighborhood schools will push him over the line in November. The Pawtucketville resident and father of one finished in seventh place, by 149 votes, in the 2015 School Committee election.

Region tries to stay cool as days of heat settle in

Bill Porter looked out from under his hat and sunglasses at the shining ripples on the surface of Long Lake, watching his son swim. Unlike the dozen or so other parents overseeing kids at the beach, however, Porter was not all that close to the water.

Backtalk: 7/19/2017

GIVE 'EM AN 'A': Looks like the School Committee did a more thorough job than the City Council. They knew what was best for the city and students at Lowell High.

Lowell man gets 6 to 8 years in prison for drug dealing

Despite a previous conviction for drug dealing and additional felony cases pending against him, Ariel Pena just wouldn't stop dealing cocaine. Pena, 31, of Lowell, pleaded guilty in Middlesex Superior Court in Woburn on Tuesday to three separate cases in which he was caught with cocaine, including one in which his 6-year-old son was with him as he made a drug deal.

Lowell man gets 6 to 8 years in prison for drug dealing

Despite a previous conviction for drug dealing and additional felony cases pending against him, Ariel Pena just wouldn't stop dealing cocaine. Pena, 31, of Lowell, pleaded guilty in Middlesex Superior Court in Woburn on Tuesday to three separate cases in which he was caught with cocaine, including one in which his 6-year-old son was with him as he made a drug deal.

Baker in Tewksbury to boost road work

Data released by the Massachusetts Department of Transportation shows that the intersection of Salem Road and South Street in Tewksbury had 54 vehicle crashes from 2012 to 2014, ranking the troubled corner in the top-100 for total crashes statewide during that time. "I hear accident after accident after accident in the summertime because it's fender benders and side-door collisions," Kratman said while standing nearby the intersection on Wednesday afternoon.

Lowell man gets probation in shaken-baby case

Anthony Mansolilli's remorse and voluntary confession may have spared him a lengthy prison sentence Wednesday when he was sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to nearly killing his 3-month-old daughter by violently shaking her as she cried. But Superior Court Judge Kathe Tuttman made it clear from the bench that the sentence of probation, which comes after Mansolilli already served about nine months in jail, was meant to increase the penalty Mansolilli will face if he makes any more mistakes.

Bad inning dooms Spinners

The Lowell Spinners fell to the Aberdeen Ironbirds 9-1 Tuesday night after their chances at getting a win in the third game of their four-game home series disappeared quickly. Lowell trailed 9-0 at the end of the second inning thanks to eight allowed runs by Ryan Oduber.

Former banker takes over Lowell cultural organization

The new executive director of the Cultural Organization of Lowell is the former head of Sage Bank who abruptly resigned three years ago. Richard Bolton Jr. -- the former president, CEO and board chairman of Sage Bank -- has been hired as COOL's executive director, Andrew Jacobson, COOL's chairman, said in a statement.

Tewksbury man charged with OUI after passenger jumps from moving car

A 48-year-old Lowell woman was hospitalized with serious injuries after jumping from a moving car on Gorham Street in Chelmsford Monday night, and a 58-year-old Tewksbury man who was driving the car is facing a drunken-driving charge. Police said they were called to Gorham Street, near Carleton Avenue, about 9:40 p.m., and found the 48-year-old woman laying on her back on Gorham Street suffering from a fractured arm and a possible head injury.

Arrest Log: 7/19/2017

Kristopher Angove, 31, 48 Stevens St., Lowell; warrant, operation of a motor vehicle after license suspension, giving false name to police officer. -- Rosemary Miller, 23, 65 Hume Ave., Medford; operation of a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor, leaving scene after injury.

Downpours spur flash flooding, knock out power in Lowell area

Heavy downpours that briefly slammed the area on Tuesday left Lowell roadways underwater and several intersections and roadways without traffic lights. Emergency crews were saturated with work shortly before 4:30 p.m. as portions of VFW Highway flooded, while traffic lights on the roadway's intersection with Bridge and Aiken streets stopped working.

UMass tuition rising 3 percent

The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees voted to increase tuition and fees by an average of 3 percent for in-state undergraduates on Monday -- a move that will cost the average Massachusetts student $416 more than the previous academic year. Across the UMass system, the average in-state undergraduate will pay an average $14,253 in tuition and fees this year.

Nashua North principal named interim head of Lowell High

Marianne Busteed has worked as a paraprofessional, house clerk, teacher and administrator since entering the education field from a former career in human resources. Busteed, of Chelmsford, made no effort to hide her excitement about landing a job leading a school she has long aspired to since she is attracted to its large, diverse community, traditions, and quality employees.

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