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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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Lowell News
Lowell Council seeks study of Hamilton Canal site for high school

The City Council voted 6-2 Tuesday night to initiate a feasibility study into locating the new Lowell High School in the Hamilton Canal Innovation District, an area that has not previously been part of the high school discussion. While the motion instructing the city manager to investigate the site's pros and cons passed, many of the councilors who supported it said they believed it was highly unlikely that they could ever support locating the high school there.

COOL recipient of St. Pat's Day take

City Manager Kevin J. Murphy and state Sen. Eileen Donoghue recently presented a check for $10,000 to the Cultural Organization of Lowell, this year's beneficiary of the St. Patrick's Day Dinner, hosted by the manager and senator. "The city's art community is well served by COOL, and we are delighted to support their efforts as they pursue their mission and expand their programs," Murphy said.

Renovate or build new? What some Lowell High School students think

The controversy is spurring on whether city officials will choose Cawley Stadium as the new Lowell High School's building location or to keep it in downtown Lowell. With more than 3,000 current students, the city will be making a vital decision on the expansion's whereabouts.

Fred Simon always kept things positive

Last week we said goodbye to the "Godfather of Greater Lowell," Fred Simon. I don't think I have seen as many grown men cry at a funeral as I did at his.

Lowell firemen honored for brave efforts

The flames tore through the three-family home at 55-59 Parker St. in Lowell the morning of Feb. 17, but the firefighters on scene didn't hesitate. As those Lowell firefighters, including Capt.

From guns to drugs, AG Healey fields questions in Lowell

The line between national and local issues seemed fuzzy during Monday night's meeting at the Wang Middle School led by state Attorney General Maura Healey. During the town-hall style meeting, Healey took questions on topics that have made headlines recently.

Lowell vet center reaches out to Cambodians to offer PTSD help

Eleven of the soldiers that Army paratrooper Richard Barbato fought beside in Iraq came back home only to take their own lives. As Barbato, outreach specialist for the Lowell Vet Center, told a group that gathered at Lowell's VFW Hall on Plain Street on Monday night, "When you go to war, in a year you're cramming in a lifetime's worth of bad experiences."

Middlesex officers honored by sheriff

Members of the Middlesex Sheriff's Office Warrant Apprehension Unit, who helped catch an alleged Tewksbury carjacker earlier this year, were among employees recognized by the sheriff for excellence during a ceremony last week. Members of the unit, which includes deputy sheriffs, a Lowell police officer, and a Bentley University police officer, arrested 347 people wanted on warrants from over 80 agencies in 2016, according to a press release.

Ex-Lowell building inspector guilty of bilking dying woman of her home

Former Lowell Building Inspector David St. Hilaire knew his elderly neighbor was mentally incapacitated when he got her to sign her home over to him as she lay on her deathbed in 2010, a jury determined on Monday. St. Hilaire was found guilty of larceny over $250 from an elderly person following a weeklong jury trial in Woburn Superior Court.

Masked man robs bank in Lowell

The robbery happened around 1:37 p.m. at Sage Bank at 691 Rogers St., police said. Police said the man was dressed in a gray hooded sweatshirt, blue jeans, and a black mask.

More bad blood between Lowell dorm builder and abutter

The problems continue for a Pennsylvania developer behind a $40 million private dormitory under construction downtown, as a squabble with the owner of a neighboring apartment complex has landed the two companies back in court. Vision Development, of Conshohocken, Penn., is building its 156-unit Edge Merrimack River complex, which will cater to university students, at 1 Merrimack Plaza.

Step by step, sharing hope

It was a colorful carnival on the banks of the Merrimack River for Lowell General Hospital's 18th annual TeamWalk for CancerCare. More than 5,000 people -- representing family members, companies, middle schools and more -- showed up for the charity event, which raised $920,000 for cancer patients at Lowell General Hospital.

Workshop encourages small-scale businesses

They discussed this goal during a three-day workshop last week, which was possible because of a federal technical assistance grant. Officials, the Working Cities group and SMART Growth America met to develop policies and zoning recommendations to encourage "light manufacturing" and small-scale entrepreneurism within the Acre.

Two MCC students to address graduates

Middlesex Community College students Maria Aybar of Lowell and Zeina El Jenaynati of Lincoln have been named 2017 student commencement speakers. They will address the more than 1,400 members of the Class of 2017 during commencement exercises Thursday, starting at 10 a.m., at Lowell Memorial Auditorium.

Lowell schools part of Young American Voices show

Five Lowell elementary and middle schools are participating in the upcoming Young American Voices concert, to be held Wednesday, May 31, at 7 p.m., at the Tsongas Center. Students at the Bartlett, Greenhalge, Moody, Pyne and Wang schools will be among the participants at the concert, which will feature a variety of musical genres.

Police Arrest Log

Mitch Lefebvre, 23, of Lowell; possession of a controlled substance/narcotic drugs and transportation of drugs in a motor vehicle. -- Phillip R. Parlee, 33, Shawmut Avenue, Lowell; breaking and entering into boat/vehicle for misdemeanor, possession of a class C drug.

Before Lowell killing, a life of violence

On Jan. 3, 1990, Janina Maker heard a door slam and found her ex-boyfriend Ross Elliott standing in the bedroom she shared with their 3-year-old daughter. "Defendant pushed the victim down onto the floor and continued to stab the top of her head," prosecutors wrote in a court filing.

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