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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

Zip Codes associated with lowell, massachusetts:
Towns/Cities near lowell, massachusetts : Dracut Belvidere Highlands Chelmsford Pawtucketville Nabnasset

Lowell News
Shame keeps Asian Americans from reporting domestic abuse

Domestic abuse is an unsettling reality that many Americans face in their homes every day. It does not discriminate and Asian American families face this issue as well.

Article 97 clears Senate hurdle

The state Senate has engrossed Lowell's home rule petition requesting that conservation restrictions be lifted on fields near Cawley Stadium to make way for the new high school. The petition will now go back to the House, where it was already engrossed, for a roll call vote and then return to the Senate.

After vote to move high school, Lowell faces lingering divisions

As the City Council meeting continued into the wee hours Wednesday morning, the verbal sparring over plans for a new high school turned ugly. Two councilors yelled at each other over who had the right to speak.

Stars dancing into Lowell

Now, while Jennings continues working out with the goal of get- ting back on the football field , he's the special guest on the "Dancing With the Stars: Live! -- Hot Summer Nights" tour, which comes to Lowell Memorial Auditorium on Sunday night, June 25, at 7 p.m. Tickets for the show are $128.50, $82.50, $72.50 and $52.50, and are available at www.lowellauditorium.com . The show, part of a 43-city tour that runs through mid-August, features ballroom and modern dance as seen on the show, with group numbers, duets and original pieces.

Red Sox sign first-round pick Houck

The Boston Red Sox have signed first-round draft pick Tanner Houck and assigned the right-handed pitcher to their minor league affiliate in Lowell, Massachusetts. Houck is from University of Missouri.

Wage theft demands legislative response, advocates say

Supporters of legislation aimed at preventing wage theft painted a picture of an urgent need for action on Tuesday, telling lawmakers that Massachusetts workers across all industries are denied hundreds of millions of dollars annually. A bill filed by Sen. Sal DiDomenico and Rep. Aaron Michlewitz seeks to prevent wage law violations by allowing the issuance of stop-work orders until violations are corrected and giving Attorney General Maura Healey's office the power to bring wage theft cases to court for civil damages.

Backtalk: 6/21/2017

WALK THE WALK: I'd like to issue a challenge to city councilors before they take their final vote on a new high school. Park your car on the Tewksbury line and walk along Route 38 to Village Street.

it's Cawley for Lowell High

The new Lowell High School will be built at Cawley Stadium, the City Council decided, settling a grueling debate that has divided the community for months and prompted shouting matches Tuesday night. It was a narrow, 5-4 victory for supporters of the site in the Belvidere neighborhood, who packed into the council chambers shoulder-to-shoulder with neighbors who had advocated for the high school to remain downtown.

Police: Lowell man sold heroin in Pelham store

The alleged sale of heroin in the Family Dollar Store in Pelham led to felony charges for a Lowell man on Tuesday, according to a press release from the Pelham Police Department. Members of the Pelham Police Department, Criminal Bureau, Patrol Division and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department Street Crimes Task Force arrested 44-year-old William Luna, and charged him with possession of heroin with intent to distribute.

Police: Lowell man sold heroin in Pelham store

The alleged sale of heroin in the Family Dollar Store in Pelham led to felony charges for a Lowell man on Tuesday, according to a press release from the Pelham Police Department. Members of the Pelham Police Department, Criminal Bureau, Patrol Division and the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Department Street Crimes Task Force arrested 44-year-old William Luna, and charged him with possession of heroin with intent to distribute.

Helping Hands

The Townsend Ecumenical Outreach Clothes Closet requests that people not leave donations outside the TEO building at 82 Bayberry Hill Road. They are most appreciative of your generosity, but items left outside are being ruined by weather and animals, and are unable to be used by patrons.

Martin: Keep Lowell High downtown

School Committee member Connie Martin is a life-long Lowell resident. However, the elder stateswoman of the School Committee didn't really "meet" her city until she attended Lowell High School, graduating in 1985.

Lowell man facing arraignment on drug trafficking charges

A 31-year-old Lowell man is facing drug trafficking charges after vice detectives and members of the Gang Unit served a search warrant at a Smith Street home repeatedly targeted by gunfire earlier this year. Kevin Davidson, of Lowell, was taken into custody after detectives found three "fingers" of heroin weighing about 33 grams, $3,345 in cash, a finger press, records, and other drug dealing paraphernalia inside 75 Smith St., Second Floor, on Monday evening, according to a press release.

Lowell man, 64, charged in alleged drug deals

A 64-year-old Lowell man who allegedly sold an ounce of cocaine to a man on Orford Street in Lowell was ordered held on $2,000 cash bail at his arraignment Friday in Lowell District Court. Vicente Compress-Rubio, of 218 Wilder St., Unit 12, was charged with trafficking 18 to 36 grams of cocaine and distribution of a Class B substance by Lowell police Vice Unit detectives, according to court records.

Valley Collaborative special ed. group returning $2M to Lowell-area school districts

But today, the collaborative -- with headquarters at Linnell Circle off Middlesex Turnpike -- is frequently praised for its sound financial management and significant program enrollment. As a result of the Valley Collaborative's successful school year, the board recently voted that it will return $2 million to its nine member school districts -- Billerica, Chelmsford, Dracut, Westford, Tewksbury, Tyngsboro, North Middlesex Regional, Groton-Dunstable and Nashoba Valley.

#LHSDowntown: LHS students stage sit-in to support keeping school downtown

On the day before two historic votes on the future of Lowell High School, more than 100 LHS students and alumni laid out the reasons for keeping the school downtown on bright Post-it notes. "I want it to stay downtown so all students can easily get here," wrote Lily Faulkner, of the Class of 2019.

Pare sparks Lowell by Wilmington, 10-0

During a Northeast League clash Saturday, Lowell defeated host Wilmington, 10-0, during a game stopped after five innings by the mercy rule. Brock Pare pitched 3 innings, allowing no hits and one walk, while Brian Callery threw 2 innings and allowed 2 hits for the winners.

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