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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

Zip Codes associated with lowell, massachusetts:
Towns/Cities near lowell, massachusetts : Dracut Belvidere Highlands Chelmsford Pawtucketville Nabnasset

Lowell News
the Column: Obscure rule snags Cawley debate

An aerial view of the Cawley Stadium sight under consideration for a new Lowell High School. sun / chris tierney Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.

Couple find their dream house via homebuyer program

Ramon and Natasha Roman hit two milestones in their lives last summer. They closed on their first house and tied the knot in the same week.

$462G in fines and climbing

In 2012, a tenant in the Mayfair apartment building on Appleton Street wrote to the city's Department of Development Services about the conditions in his home. The landlord had turned off the heat in October, he wrote, and tenants were living in near-freezing temperatures throughout the winter.

State campaign aims to keep eyes on the road

Motor vehicle crashes associated with distracted driving have increased dramatically in recent years, and state and local officials are teaming up to stem that trend. "A driver's responsibility is to drive, and more and more, we're losing touch with that need, that reality," Jeff Larason, director of the Highway Safety Division at the state Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, said in a Friday editorial board meeting with The Sun.

Backtalk: 3/24/2017

IT'S THE TRUTH: Of course Obama was spying on Trump. Why? Trump says so. That's good enough for me.

Police Arrest Log

Anthony Thammalangsy, 25, 91 Winthrop Ave., Lowell; giving a false name to police, failure to stop for police, operating after suspension, special regulations to speeding. -- Brandon Noonan, 30, 50 Lowell Road, Pepperell; operating under the influence of liquor, operating to endanger, failure to stop for police, failure to stay in marked lanes.

Lowell man charged with stealing motor vehicle in Dracut

A Lowell man on Wednesday was charged with stealing a vehicle and multiple counts of breaking and entering a vehicle, police said. Richard Chep, 23, of 101 Chapel St., Lowell, led police on a foot chase before his arrest.

Blazing a trail that police, Cambodians walk together

Mao Oeur's career as a police officer began in 1992, when many members of the Cambodian-American community, even some in his own family, considered him a traitor for joining the Lowell Police Department. At that time, most Cambodians were extremely distrustful of government, having come to Lowell as refugees from the genocidal Khmer Rouge regime, which would beat people for minor offenses, or murder them just for being educated.

Wilmington gears up to host 1st Special Olympics

On April 27 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., the community can watch or participate in a day of fun at the Wilmington High School athletic complex. The event already has received support from a number of local companies.

Lyle Lovett returning to Lowell Summer Music Series

Lyle Lovett & His Large Band will play Boarding House Park in Lowell on Saturday, Aug. 12. Sun staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site. This year's Lowell Summer Music Series lineup features a pleasing mix of returning acts and first-time performers who will come to Boarding House Park.

Council votes to take out Hamilton Canal garage loan

The City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to take out a $1.2 million loan to pay for the architectural and engineering design of a new 900-space parking garage in the Hamilton Canal Innovation District. The loan will be paid for by parking fees -- rather than tax dollars -- and comes on top of a $1 million appropriation last year for the same project.

LifeLinks and Legislators

LifeLinks Inc. recently held a Legislative Breakfast at Middlesex Community College's Federal Building. Greater Lowell's Statehouse delegation addressed members of the DDS Citizens Advisory Board and members of the LifeLinks staff and families regarding continued support to those individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

Helping Hands

The Billerica Lions Club is hosting an informative evening on how to better manage diabetes tonight at 7 at the VFW Solomon Post 8819, 12 Phiney St. The guest speaker will be Cristina Iepure, a pharmacist with Remedium Pharmacy in Chelmsford. HUDSON, N.H. -- The Hudson Police Department will holds its 57th semiannual American Red Cross blood drive today, from noon to 7 p.m. In addition to a variety of food being available from several local restaurants and stores, each donor will receive a coupon for a Blizzard at the Hudson Dairy Queen, and a free flower, compliments of Anne's Florals & Gifts in Hudson, while supplies last.

Backtalk: 3/21/2017

HEALTHY CHOICE: I like President Trump and what he is doing, but does he realize what will happen if he gets rid of Obamacare? A lot of people will lose their insurance. Come on, Trump, let people like you for what you are.

SJC case could dictate restrictions at proposed LHS site

The Supreme Judicial Court will hear arguments next month in a case out of Westfield that could eventually determine whether Article 97 restrictions apply to land near Cawley Stadium that is a proposed site for a new Lowell High School. The case, Smith v.

Another LeLacheur to try his hand in local politics

Matthew LeLacheur, a small business owner and father of three from Pawtucketville, has become the first challenger to declare his intention to run for City Council this fall. The grandson of longtime state Rep. Edward LeLacheur, 38-year-old Matthew LeLacheur said that as Lowell faces a series of decisions that could define the city for decades to come he believes it is time his generation takes up the mantle of public service.

Alleged Lowell store robber came back for her purse

Police say Schwarz, 35, of Lowell, threatened a clerk with a knife as she robbed the Country Farms convenience store at 56 Aiken Ave., Sunday about 7:25 p.m., and then stashed the cash she got from the heist in her purse. Schwarz then fled the store and tried to get into a vehicle in the parking lot, according to Capt.

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