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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
MCC's Diagnostic Sonography, Radiologic programs are hailed

Middlesex Community College's Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Radiologic Technology degree programs have been recognized for excellence by the Community for Accredited Online Schools in its 2016-17 national rankings. "These top national rankings underscore of the quality of the faculty, curriculum and hands-on instruction in MCC's Diagnostic Medical Sonography and Radiologic Technology degree programs," said Katherine Gehly, Dean of Nursing & Allied Health.

Innovation Academy art show till May 1

Students at Innovation Academy Charter School will participate in the third annual IACS Student Art Exhibition, run by the school's Art Club and featuring student work in local gallery spaces. This year's show, which opens Tuesday, April 25, takes place at High Five Arts, a new pop-up exhibition space in Lowell.

St. Michael School's Smokey Bear poster winners

All students at Saint Michael School in Lowell entered the Smokey Bear and Woodsey Owl Poster Contest sponsored by the National Garden Clubs Inc. The school's winners are, from left, third-grader Mariel Rodriguez ; first-grader Lucas Porto ; fifth-grader Colin Underwood ; second-grader Charlotte Fitch ; and fourth-grader Emerson Webb . COURTESY PHOTO Welcome to your discussion forum: Sign in with a Disqus account or your social networking account for your comment to be posted immediately, provided it meets the guidelines.

New owner, fresh vision at former Lowell museum

A struggling monument to Lowell's industrial past is making way for a commercial and residential complex described as a "city within a city" by its new owner. After years of financial difficulty, the American Textile History Museum on Dutton Street closed last year.

Enterprise posts a profit -- for 110th quarter in a row

Enterprise Bank announced its 110th consecutive profitable quarter last week, tallying double-digit percent increases in total assets, loans, and customer deposits compared to the same period last year. During the first quarter of 2017, which ended March 31, the Lowell-based bank had income of $5.6 million, a 29 percent increase over first quarter 2016.

Enterprise posts a profit -- for 110th quarter in a row

Enterprise Bank announced its 110th consecutive profitable quarter last week, tallying double-digit percent increases in total assets, loans, and customer deposits compared to the same period last year. During the first quarter of 2017, which ended March 31, the Lowell-based bank had income of $5.6 million, a 29 percent increase over first quarter 2016.

City manager: More parking a priority in Lowell

Over the next several years, a new courthouse, several large residential buildings and at least one hotel are scheduled to rise from construction sites in Lowell, adding to a severe parking shortage that could stymie future development. City Manager Kevin Murphy described the urgency of the city's parking shortage and the need for three more parking garages during a wide-ranging discussion Thursday with The Sun's editorial board that also touched on the high-school project, Hamilton Canal Innovation District, and lease for LeLacheur Park.

How Do Former Opioid Addicts Safely Get Pain Relief After Surgery?

Nearly one and a half million Americans were treated for addiction to prescription opioids or heroin in 2015, according to federal estimates, and when those people get seriously hurt or need surgery, it's often not clear, even to many doctors , how to safely manage their pain. For some former addicts, what begins as pain relief ends in tragedy.

Cirillo says she's running for Lowell City Council to give back

Karen Cirillo has announced her campaign for a seat on the City Council, promising to be an advocate for the city's diverse populations. As a political newcomer with a distinctive shock of pink hair, the Christian Hill resident said she presented herself as a fresh voice to help move the city forward.

Grape minds

The Merrimack Valley Food Bank's warehouse is packed with tuna cans, bread loaves, fruits, vegetables, pasta boxes and more. The 20,000-square-foot facility on Broadway Street in Lowell has dry storage on three levels, a refrigerated building with a vertical-racking storage system, and two walk-in frozen-food storage rooms.

O'Connor Band to bring bluegrass to Lowell

When you think of Nashville, a lot of names come to mind. Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline and George Jones, to name a few.

Long RMV lines getting you down? Join AAA

Members of AAA in Lowell can now skip long lines at the Registry of Motor Vehicles and head instead to the company's branch on Pawtucket Boulevard for license and registration transactions. The RMV began partnering with AAA in 2009 and the rollout at the Lowell office makes it the 22nd branch in the state to offer registry services.

Addicts need treatment beyond lifesaving Narcan

There's no debate that on one hand, the opioid-overdose antidote Narcan has saved countless lives in Massachusetts and elsewhere. Unfortunately, too many of those given that chance immediately return to that destructive behavior, oftentimes within hours of being revived.

Lowell set to celebrate Khmer New Year

Though Khmer New Year is typically celebrated April 13-15, after the harvest season has ended and the people are able to enjoy the fruits of their labor, Element Care will celebrate today at the Element Care PACE Center, 166 Central St., from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. The Lowell Community Health Center is co-sponsoring the event, and LCHC CEO Susan West Levine and Element Care CEO Bob Wakefield will kick off the celebration. Traditional Khmer dances will be performed by students at the Lowell Community Charter Public School, who will also play traditional Khmer music while dressed in colorful Khmer outfits.

Enterprise Bancorp, Inc. Announces Quarterly Dividend

On April 18, 2017, the Board of Directors of Enterprise Bancorp, Inc. declared a quarterly dividend of $0.135 per share to be paid on June 1, 2017 to shareholders of record as of May 11, 2017. The 2017 dividend rate represents a 3.8% increase over the 2016 dividend rate.

Athenian Corner owners set to begin downtown hotel

The owners of the Athenian Corner hope to start construction as early as June on a 52-room hotel adjacent to the restaurant, after securing final approval from two city boards. "Right now we're ready to go to the next stage of the planning: doing floor plans and getting a general contractor," said Teddy Panagiotopoulos, whose family owns the property.

Lowell man held for evaluation in assault at Great Brook in Carlisle

A 36-year-old Lowell man accused of assaulting and accosting a woman who was jogging in Great Brook State Park last week is being held without bail pending a competency evaluation after his arraignment in Concord District Court. William Baafi was arraigned Tuesday on charges of assault, accosting and annoying a person of the opposite sex, and breaking and entering a vehicle in the night, according to Meghan Kelly, a spokeswoman for the Middlesex District Attorney's Office.

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