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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
Man pleads guilty in Lowell beating case

A 39-year-old Methuen man pleaded guilty to charges connected to a 2013 incident in which he and another man beat and robbed a 46-year-old man in a drug rip at Westford and School streets that was witnessed by Lowell vice detectives. Mark Walker was sentenced by Lowell Superior Court Judge Robert Ullmann to 18 months in the Middlesex House of Correction, followed by two years of probation, according to court records.

Across Greater Lowell, total eclipse was a sunny de-light

Children gaze up in wonder Monday afternoon at the total solar eclipse from their perch on the grounds of MIT's Wallace Observatory in Westford. For video and a slide show from the celestial celebration across Greater Lowell, visit

City Council to consider two proposed ordinances dealing with public safety

The City Council on Tuesday will consider an ordinance banning the use of personal watercraft on the Merrimack River and canalways, following the Aug. 13 death of a 16-year-old girl in a crash on the river. As a result of that crash, police charged Douglas Dematos, 32, of Lowell, who was allegedly inebriated while operating one of the personal watercrafts.

Arrest Log: 8/22/2017

Zalina Baskaty, 38, 8 Billerica Ave. Ext.; marked lanes violation, motor vehicle lights violation, operating under the influence of liquor. -- John Kiely, 34, 289 University Ave., Lowell; assault and battery on a family/household member, intimidating a witness, malicious destruction of property more than $250.

A 'sorry' case of unarmed robbery

Police reports say a 27-year-old homeless man who confessed to several recent unarmed robberies was frank with the clerks he faced as he demanded cash. "I'm a junkie," he allegedly told the owner the Subway at 424 Chelmsford St., in Lowell as he allegedly robbed that eatery on Aug. 13. "I'm sorry I have to do this, but I need $100 from the register right now," police reports quote him as saying during that heist.

A 'sorry' case of unarmed robbery

Police reports say a 27-year-old homeless man who confessed to several recent unarmed robberies was frank with the clerks he faced as he demanded cash. "I'm a junkie," he allegedly told the owner the Subway at 424 Chelmsford St., in Lowell as he allegedly robbed that eatery on Aug. 13. "I'm sorry I have to do this, but I need $100 from the register right now," police reports quote him as saying during that heist.

Lowell schools close $610G budget gap with no staff cuts

The School Committee on Monday agreed on a plan to close a $610,000 budget gap, instructing the district administration to make more than $100,000 in cuts to central office supplies. The committee approved of most of the administration's proposed cuts but remained adamant that a guidance counselor position at the high school, which is currently open, should be filled for next school year.

Vesper tournament honors American Heroes

On July 31, the fifth annual American Heroes Invitational Golf Tournament event was held at the sprawling Vesper County Club. This heartwarming event benefited the Wounded Warrior Project.

Backtalk: 8/21/2017

ONE WAY: No sales-tax holiday is just another big raise for the state senators and state reps who are just doing a bang-up job for all of us. Thanks for taking care of yourselves and forgetting the little guy.

What grows here? Peace of mind

After hours of group meetings and appointments at the HART House, mothers like Deandra are comforted by the tranquility of tending to a garden. The HART House is located on Tewksbury State Hospital land and provides substance abuse services to women who are pregnant or have children.

Scientists, amateurs are over the moon about Monday's eclipse

When the moon crosses directly between the Earth and the sun's rays on Monday afternoon, casting a stretch of the United States into night-like darkness for a few fleeting minutes, it will be the 12th time Kelly Beatty has seen such an event. But after all those times, Beatty, a senior editor at Sky & Telescope magazine who lives in Chelmsford, is still expecting to be awestruck.

A log to like about Lowell: Picker Building wood to be used in Scottish museum replica

These days, most of the forests and tree farms of the sunbelt are too young to make it at all. But back around the turn of the 20th century, the wood -- which only forms properly after centuries of growth -- was being logged ravenously across the South to fuel the building demands of the industrial revolution.

People should have choice on high school

Wednesday's editorial accuses a small group of elected leaders of spreading "a false impression that Lowell residents are deeply divided on the Cawley site." Of course, the editorial ignores the fact that some citizens feel that a small group of elected officials have spread a false impression that Cawley is the obvious choice and is supported by the majority of citizens.

Police: Woman found dead in Lawrence car is from Lowell

Police say a Lowell woman was found dead in a vehicle at the Market Basket on Essex Street in Lawrence on Tuesday night, but the Essex District Attorney's Office said no foul play is suspected. Lawrence police told the Eagle Tribune the woman is believed to be from Lowell, but Carrie Kimball Monahan, a spokeswoman for the Essex District Attorney's Office, said it appears the woman may have been living out of her vehicle.

Spinners lose in Vermont

Lowell made three errors and managed only five hits -- all singles -- during a 3-1 loss to the Vermont Lake Monsters before 2,190 fans at Centennial Field on Friday night during New York-Penn League action. Yorvin Pantoja fell to 0-6 for Lowell.

Southeast Asian Water Festival brings thousands to Lowell

Thousands of people from around the world are in Lowell this weekend for the 21st annual Southeast Asian Water Festival. The free event is dedicated to the preservation and sharing of the cultural heritages of Southeast Asian Americans of Lowell and the surrounding area.

Lowell School Committee to meet on $610G shortfall

The problem in the fiscal year 2017-2018 budget arose after the Legislature passed a state budget that included $610,000 less for Lowell than the Senate's version had. City officials had to finalize their own budget before the governor signed the state budget.

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