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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

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Backtalk: 5/18/2018

AMAZING EVENT: We went to the Doors Open Lowell's event over the weekend and have done so on a number of occasions. If you have not done that, I would highly recommend doing that next year in May. You will get to see some very interesting and amazing places that you don't even know are there.

Plant sale in Wilmington

Lowell has launched a "Commonwealth Places" campaign with MassDevelopment and the civic crowdfunding platform Patronicity to bring life to Kerouac Park. The city has a $25,000 goal to win a matching grant through MassDevelopment's Commonwealth Places.

MCC trustees vote unanimously to remove Dobelle's name from library

After months of discussion, the Middlesex Community College Board of Trustees voted unanimously Friday morning to remove the name of past president Evan Dobelle from the college library. Board Chairman James Campbell said the special meeting was called for Friday morning so the college could move past the issue.

EDITORIAL: Lowell suffers a big, black eye

Why weren't the radical protesters who forced the shutdown of a Lowell City Council subcommittee meeting Tuesday night arrested? Police stood idly by as the environmental zealots invaded Council Chambers, plopped themselves down on the floor in front of seated councilors, and yelled, screamed and posted signs on cable television cameras. The inaction by sworn officers and elected officials who have the responsibility to protect government operations in progress sent the wrong message to protesters that their outrageous behavior will be tolerated in Lowell.

Judge denies harass order

It wasn't any different on May 5 when he walked around at a graduation party, greeting guests at the Pailin City Restaurant in Lowell. It wasn't any different when Democratic challenger and former campaign adviser Sam Meas tapped him on the shoulder at the party.

Respect the dignity of Callery Park

Highland Park, between Stevens, Parker, Wilder and B Streets, was renamed the William T. Callery Park on May 22, 1966 to honor my brother Bill who was killed in the line of duty in Vietnam on Feb. 22, 1966. The City of Lowell, with the assistance from the Lowell Post 87 VFW, organized a dedication ceremony with then Gov. John Volpe as the guest speaker and it was televised on Boston stations.

MA state rep accused of choking opponent

LOWELL, MA A Massachusetts state lawmaker was in court Thursday, defending himself against allegations that he assaulted one of his political opponents. In Lowell's Cambodia Town neighborhood, locals said one ugly political fight is putting their proud community to the test.

MCC owes its existence to Evan Dobelle

In this day and age of self-righteous indignation, hypocrisy, ubiquitous #LookAtMe moments and the whitewashing of history, I find it revealing that the people who sit in judgment of President Evan Dobelle and his accomplishments would not even be there were it not for him. For there would not be a Middlesex Community College in Lowell today without Evan Dobelle and without the late Paul Sheehy and former Gov. Paul Cellucci as well.

Middleboro resident Greg Lessard to conduct 2018 Junior SEMSBA Music Festival Concert

Middleboro resident Greg Lessard, band director in the public school system of Scituate, MA., conducted a 100 plus member band at the 2018 Junior SEMSBA Music Festival Concert. This annual affair was held at Plymouth North High School.

Peter Lucas: Kerry's mission is still protecting No. 1 - himself

And that is by undermining U.S foreign policy any way he can when it does not coincide with his world view, or the view of former President Barack Obama and other Democrat progressives. He did it way back in 1970 during the Vietnam War when, as a young Vietnam War veteran-turned anti-war activist, he met secretly in Paris with officials of the enemy Viet Cong and the North Vietnamese to discuss ending the war and the release of captured U.S servicemen.

In harmony for Habitat

Twelve melodic voices will come together this month for a benefit concert in town. The a cappella group Skylark will woo the audience at the All Saints' Episcopal Church with love songs of the 19th century.

Perseverance pushes Chelmsford math major to perfection at UML

Being born with spinal muscular atrophy, which has required him to use a wheelchair, presents its own limitations -- but nothing could stop Raymond from earning a 4.0 grade point average and being named the recipient of a Chancellor's Medal for Distinguished Academic Achievement. He received the top grade point average in UMass Lowell's Kennedy College of Sciences.

Remember racing at Alumni?

Last week, I received a phone call from Pat MacDonald who was looking for photos of her 82-year-old father racing at Dracut or Hudson Speedway. According to Pat, her dad, Robert Belanger, used to race at Dracut Speedway in the 1940s, and his car number was 20 1/2.

Man's best friend stolen, then found

It's a phrase that sums up well the connection between Lowell resident Emmanuel Flaris and his 7-year-old Rottweiler named Zeus. So, when the vehicle Flaris was renting was stolen with the 123-pound lovable dog inside on Tuesday night, the fear Flaris was feeling is easy to understand.

Candidate Sam Meas accuses Rep. Rady Mom of physical attack

A challenger to state Rep. Rady Mom is accusing Mom of choking him at a party at Pailin City Restaurant earlier this month. A police report filed on May 8 includes a five-sentence narrative of the alleged 30-second incident.

EDITORIAL: City can use a dose of downtown progress

What's happening in the downtown? Better still, what's not happening in the downtown? The City of Lowell's is making progress with economic development projects -- both underway or in the planning stages -- but they're all on the fringes of the downtown. There's very little being done in the core business center, however.

Councilors propose ordinance limiting public marijuana use

Smoking marijuana in public is illegal in Massachusetts, but city officials want to "give police some teeth" with added local regulations. Under a proposed Lowell ordinance, those who consume marijuana in public would be fined $100 for the first offense, $200 for the second offense, $300 for the third offense and for subsequent offenses.

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