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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.
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
A lesson in how it all began for LHS
In 1831, the then-town of Lowell was deeply divided over a major public issue: Should Lowell expand its public-school system by opening a high school? In that era, mill owners paid for the cost of running the public schools up to the eighth grade. Mill owners took the attitude that an eighth-grade education was adequate for Lowell children.Remember when - Skating in Lowell?
Today in the city, you will need to go to the Janas or another local rink to enjoy ice skating, but back at the turn of the century, you could lace up the skates at multiple outdoor locations in the city. Here are some photos from the early 1900s of Lowell folks skating in Centralville, Clemente and Shedd parks.Till death do(g) us part: Pups tying the leash in Lowell
Lowell Humane Society Communications and Fundraising Manager Crystal Arnott of Lowell, with rat terriers Maxwell, 7, left, and Maxine, 8, who've been together since Maxwell was born. They hope the dogs will be adopted together and are holding a wedding for them.Group mobilizing in effort to keep new Lowell High School downtown
At perhaps the most important meeting to date on the new Lowell High School project, city councilors listened for over an hour last Thursday as more than a dozen residents begged and argued for them to build the new school near Cawley Stadium in the Belvidere neighborhood. Despite major obstacles for the Cawley proposal -- land-use restrictions that would require local and state approval to reverse -- the councilors clearly heard the voices of their constituents and voted to keep the option on the table.Opioid death rate slowing
Despite a continued jump in opioid-related deaths statewide, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan says area communities are starting to see a slower increase in death rates. About 251 people died from drug use in Middlesex County in 2016, according Ryan's office, and 168 of those deaths were from heroin.Letter was correct to highlight radical Islam as a concern
I wish to thank George Nicholas Koumantzelis on his correction of non-trusting Muslims that are only radical Islamist terrorists. We should all have the same concerns.Bill could raise bar on running for Lowell office
The bar to run for elected office in Lowell will likely be a little higher this year than it ever has before. Candidates seeking municipal office currently must gather the signatures of 50 registered voters in order to appear on the ballot.Fire tears through Lowell multi-family home
A two-alarm fire Friday in Lowell ravaged the roof and front of a light blue home, displacing about a dozen residents. Lowell firefighters responded to the early morning fire at 178-180 Concord Street and, after getting the fire under control, checked for hot spots on the top floor.'Tis the season for ants
Changing weather and the impending arrival of spring means that local exterminators have been receiving a lot of calls about ants lately, specifically the large black buggers that seem to be finding their way into everyone's kitchens. Michael Beaulieu, assistant vice president of Bain Pest Control Service in Lowell said his business has been getting more calls than usual about ants this year.Dakota Access oil pipeline camp cleared of protesters
Authorities on Thursday cleared a protest camp where opponents of the Dakota Access oil pipeline had gathered for the better part of a year, searching tents and huts and arresting three dozen holdouts who had defied a government order to leave. It took 3 A1 2 hours for about 220 officers and 18 National Guardsmen to methodically search the protesters' temporary homes and arrest people, including a man who climbed atop a building and stayed there for more than an hour before surrendering.Michael Franti & Spearhead to play Boarding House Park in Lowell
For the first time in eight years, Michael Franti & Spearhead will perform at Boarding House Park this summer as part of the Lowell Summer Music Series. Tickets for the June 16 show are expected to go on sale Wednesday, March 1, but check www.lowellsummermusicseries.org to be sure.The Latest: Last protesters say they're committed to staying
The Latest on the closing of a protest encampment near the Dakota Access pipeline construction site in North Dakota : One of the Dakota Access pipeline opponents still at a camp on federal land that was closed by North Dakota authorities says the protesters are committed to staying. Ed Higgins, from Lowell, Massachusetts, says Lakota elders will call for a meeting with law enforcement to state their belief that the camp is on land that rightfully belongs to Native Americans.STEP puts out ' Fire'
Lowell firefighters were soundly defeated in basketball on Tuesday when they faced off on the court with the Lowell Special Teams for Exceptional People, a group comprised of exceptional special needs adults, children and families, according to Chief Jeffrey Winward. The STEP organization provides sports, recreational activities and social events for its members.'Wood & Woven' on Western Avenue
Winter is hopefully waning when March arrives. So with that thought in mind, the Loading Dock Gallery declares it's time to get ready for spring and wish winter goodbye -- and good riddance -- with "Wood & Woven: Inspired Interiors."A little pain, no gain in early voting mandate
An unfunded mandate that produced no appreciable benefits. That seems to be the result of the state's early voting law, implemented for the first time during the 2016 general election.A little pain, no gain in early voting mandate
An unfunded mandate that produced no appreciable benefits. That seems to be the result of the state's early voting law, implemented for the first time during the 2016 general election.Vigil for those in grasp of addiction
Parishioners at Saint Marguerite d'Youville Parish in Dracut and other churches will pray Friday for those struggling with addiction. The vigil begins at 8 p.m. and runs until 8 a.m. Saturday and will be held at Saint Marguerite, 1340 Lakeview Ave., Dracut.
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