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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
Pare jumps out to 3-shot lead at Cities

Thanks to the wonders of social media, word had spread around the gorgeous grounds of Long Meadow Golf Club on Saturday afternoon that Scott Pare was enjoying one of those special days on the golf course. Pare was part of the final threesome in the second round of the Lowell City Golf Tournament and had built a four-shot lead courtesy of a birdie on the 556-yard, par-5 16th.

Backtalk: 6/24/2017

LET VOTERS DECIDE: When Greater Lowell Tech and Dracut did their school renovation projects, they had to go through the election process and the people voted. Why not Lowell? NICE MOVE: I am so happy that the City Council voted to move the high school to Cawley Stadium.

Man hit, killed by train in Lowell

The 28-year-old man struck and killed by a train near the Shaughnessy School late Thursday night has been identified by his family as Alex Cooley. His father, Dan Cooley, of Haverhill, said his son had struggled with drugs for several years and moved from Haverhill to Lowell about 10 months ago to live in a halfway house.

Cody Rhodes Wins ROH World Championship at Best in the World 2017

At Ring of Honor's Best in the World PPB, Cody Rhodes defeated Christopher Daniels to become the new ROH World Champion. Big news coming out of Lowell, Massachusetts as Cody Rhodes was able to capture the Ring of Honor World Championship when he defeated Christopher Daniels at Best in World 2017.

Warren exhorts Democrats

FULL HOUSE: Senator Elizabeth Warren speaks against the Republican health care bill at a town hall meeting last night in Lowell. Senator Elizabeth Warren speaking at a town hall meeting UTEC, Friday, June 23, 2017, in Lowell.

Lowell man facing child-porn charges

A 32-year-old Lowell man is free on $200 cash bail, but prohibited from being on the internet or near children, after state police allegedly found hundreds of images of child pornography on devices in his apartment. Among those images was one of a 5- to 7-year-old girl engaging in a sex act, according to a police report.

Shotgun stolen from Chelmsford cruiser found

A police shotgun stolen from a undercover cruiser stolen from a detective's home overnight Wednesday has been found in Lowell, police said. "The investigation into the facts and circumstances of this incident remains ongoing," according to a Friday afternoon statement from Chelmsford police.

Mayor calls School Committee vote on high school site; city lawyer says it's up to City Council

Mayor Edward Kennedy has called a special meeting of the School Committee to vote on approving a location for a renovated and/or newly constructed Lowell High School -- an issue most people in the city thought had already been decided. The City Council voted 5-4 to move the school from downtown to Cawley.

If you need a cuddle buddy, Trooper is your guy

Trooper is a quiet guy who is just looking for some tender loving care. He is about 7 years old, mostly deaf, but he is the best cuddle buddy ever! If he has someone near, he is happy.

Man struck, killed by train in Lowell

The 28-year-old man was trespassing on the tracks near Lundberg and O'Neil streets when he was struck by an outbound commuter rail train about 11:45 p.m. Thursday, according to Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Transit Police. He died from his injuries.

A life turned around with Lowell Motherhood Program

The 37-year-old Lowell resident, a mother of two, battled with an addiction to opioid-based pills, while a relationship with a man who she felt dependent upon was coming to an end. Valenzuela felt her life was in the midst of collapse.

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.

Ryder, Callery throw shutout

Jon Ryder and Brian Callery combined to toss a shutout as Lowell defeated host Tyngsboro during Northeast League action Wednesday. Ryder got the win on the mound, throwing 5 innings, striking out 2, walking 4 and allowing 2 hits and no runs.

Stolen Chelmsford cruiser recovered; but not the shotgun that was inside

An unmarked police cruiser and a shotgun that was inside it were stolen during a break-in at a Chelmsford police detective's home overnight, and while the cruiser has been recovered police are still searching for the loaded gun. Chelmsford police Chief James Spinney said the cruiser and weapon were stolen when someone broke into the home of a detective who lives in the area of Riverneck Road sometime between Wednesday at 10 p.m. and Thursday at 7 a.m. The detective is allowed to take the 2011 Ford Taurus home since he is always on-call.

Despite vote for Cawley site, Lowell High battle not over

Residents who advocated for keeping Lowell High School downtown believe their cause is far from lost and are already considering steps to overcome the City Council's narrow vote to build a new school at Cawley Stadium. The 5-4 decision, which came shortly after midnight Wednesday, followed five hours of public comment during which many speakers called for the decision to be put to voters as a ballot question in November.

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.

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