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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
Halloween bash Saturday to benefit transplant patient

In 2011, Townsend resident Thomas Layton was diagnosed with kidney disease. Recently, his health issues worsened; he was diagnosed with focal segmental glomerulosclerosis.

Fitchburg man arraigned in robbery, beating of Lowell woman

After allegedly robbing a Lowell woman of $4,000 in cash and $4,000 in jewelry using a handgun to threaten and pistol whip her, a city man was arraigned Thursday on armed robbery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, according to court documents. Emanuel R. Martinez, 33, of 35 Holt St., No.

Fitchburg man arraigned in robbery, beating of Lowell woman

After allegedly robbing a Lowell woman of $4,000 in cash and $4,000 in jewelry using a handgun to threaten and pistol whip her, a city man was arraigned Thursday on armed robbery and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, according to court documents. Emanuel R. Martinez, 33, of 35 Holt St., No.

Chelmsford TM bans pot businesses

Joining its neighboring community of Westford, Chelmsford Town Meeting Thursday passed articles establishing general and zoning bylaws prohibiting such businesses from operating in town. Chelmsford narrowly voted against the state ballot question that legalized recreational pot last November, allowing its legislative body to prohibit related businesses without bringing it back to the voters.

Pair held on $75,000 bail in Lowell drug-distribution case

Two men who were allegedly dealing large amounts of heroin and cocaine out of a Butterfield Street apartment equipped with surveillance cameras are both being held on $75,000 cash bail. Joan Cruz-Vasquez, 24, of 99 Market St., Lawrence, and Ronald Cruz-Ciprian, 23, of 49 Butterfield St., Unit B, Lowell, were both arraigned on charges of trafficking 100 to 200 grams of heroin and trafficking 36 to 100 grams of cocaine in Lowell District Court Thursday.

National park brings back Your City Saturday

The popular series of family programs, Your City Saturday, returns to Lowell National Historical Park starting Saturday, Oct. 21, continuing on the third Saturday of every month into the new year. New this year is Hands-On History, family-oriented history programs that will be offered at the Tsongas Industrial History Center each Saturday, creating opportunities for hands-on learning and fun.

Kerrigan's 3rd Congressional District run on menu at Lowell diner

He got married 10 days ago in the midst of exploring a run for U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas' seat in 2018. He announced that his candidacy was official early Wednesday morning, and within hours he was on the road for a nine-stop, two-day tour across the 3rd Congressional District, featuring a stop at the Owl Diner in Lowell.

Lowell City Council candidates prioritize capital needs

This is the fourth in a series of five questions posed to City Council candidates and their responses. TODAY'S QUESTION: What is the most pressing capital improvement project facing the city, besides the high school, and how do you propose to pay for it? COREY BELANGER : I have been very vocal as to the need for a new police station and other than the new high school project we have 27 other schools to maintain.

Lowell firm to grow with $4.6M seed

A Lowell-based and family-owned food manufacturing company is looking to expand after receiving a $4.6 million tax-exempt MassDevelopment bond. Plenus Group, Inc. is a Lowell based company specializes in sauces, soups and prepared gourmet frozen foods.

Lowell firm to grow with $4.6M seed

A Lowell-based and family-owned food manufacturing company is looking to expand after receiving a $4.6 million tax-exempt MassDevelopment bond. Plenus Group, Inc. is a Lowell based company specializes in sauces, soups and prepared gourmet frozen foods.

For Australian politician, his Cambodian homeland 'deserves better'

During his last visit to Cambodia in January 2014, Hong Lim said, he found out multiple garment workers had been shot to death in the street not far from where he was staying. Lim, an Australian politician born in Cambodia, references deadly clashes that took place between striking workers and mixed police and military forces, as reported by the Cambodian Human Rights and Development Association or ADHOC.

Lawrence man guilty of manslaughter in fatal Lowell stabbing

A Lawrence man was convicted of manslaughter by a Middlesex Superior Court Jury Wednesday for the 2014 stabbing death of 18-year-old Charlena Ngeth of Lowell. David Benitez, 26, stabbed Ngeth during what is described as a drug theft gone bad on Nov. 17, 2014, according to a press release from the Middlesex District Attorney's Office announcing Wednesday's verdict.

Ex-Dracut football star acquitted on some sex-assault charges

A 22-year-old former Dracut football star accused in 2014 of assaulting or accosting several women in an effort to rape them was acquitted by a jury of over half the charges he faced in Lowell Superior Court on Wednesday. But the jury in the trial of Bryant Tuff could not reach a verdict on several more charges, leaving open the possibility that Tuff could be retried on those counts.

Judge rejects bid to toss suit on voting rights in Lowell

A federal judge on Tuesday rejected the city's attempt to dismiss a voting-rights lawsuit, which alleges that Lowell's at-large election system has shut minority candidates out of local offices for decades and continues to do so. But even as U.S. District Court Judge William Young dismissed the city's arguments that the case did not have enough merits to proceed toward trial, he expressed a concern with the plaintiffs' case.

EDITORIAL: Time for Lowell to unite in support of Cawley site

The city of Lowell and its elected politicians should be unifying behind Middlesex Superior Court Judge Gary Inge's ruling that the Lowell School Committee can't select the location of a new high school -- only the City Council can. City officials and civic leaders should be devoting themselves to building a modern 21st-century Cawley Stadium educational complex, one that will bring out the best in our schoolchildren and teachers for the next 100 years and be the envy of the state of Massachusetts.

Lowell firearms licensing policy under fire at Council meeting

Lowell's firearms-licensing policy was under fire at Tuesday's City Council meeting when a local gun-right's advocate introduced a petition calling for councilors to send the policy to the state Legislature for review. "The current policy violates Massachusetts General Law, as well as infringes upon Constitutional Rights," stated the petition, created by Dan Gannon and signed by 10 supporters.

Enterprise Bancorp, Inc. Announces Quarterly Dividend

On October 17, 2017, the Board of Directors of Enterprise Bancorp, Inc. declared a quarterly dividend of $0.135 per share to be paid on December 1, 2017 to shareholders of record as of November 10, 2017. The 2017 dividend rate represents a 3.8% increase over the 2016 dividend rate.

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