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About: lowell, massachusetts

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
LRTA raises fares first time in 16 years

The Lowell Regional Transit Authority's Advisory Board voted unanimously Thursday to raise fares for the first time in over 16 years in response to a proposed state budget that would leave regional transit authorities across the state with no new funding. Faced with a choice between cutting service and staff, or raising rates that are among the lowest of any transit authority in the state, LRTA Administrator James Scanlan proposed the fare increase in March.

Good Clothing Company Teams With AKR Textile

AKR Textile has taken a substantial minority stake in the Good Clothing Company and will shift 20 percent of its production to the U.S. The master tailor, designer and entrepreneur just landed a partnership with AKR Textile, a nearly $1 billion operation in India. In addition to taking a significant minority stake in the company, AKR plans to bring 20 percent of its production to the U.S. That is welcome news for Hilderbrand, who started her company three years ago after being irked by how the human aspect of fashion manufacturing was being forgotten.

Alleged Lowell drug dealer bailed in 2016 facing new trafficking charges

Police say they found 358 grams of heroin and 69 grams of cocaine when they arrested Frederick Diaz in 2016, but Diaz made bail as he faces at least 12 years in prison in connection with that case. On Wednesday evening, Lowell police arrested Diaz again, this time finding about 38 grams of heroin and 20 grams of cocaine in an apartment where Diaz was living with a woman and four children, all of whom are under the age of 10, according to a police report.

Man who faked being agent caught

However, the man - Julion Parker - provided officers no identification, claiming he lost it during a pursuit in another state. Officers promptly arrested him.

Dracut: Coalition for a Better Acre

The Coalition for a Better Acre is seeking $1.6 million in funding from the state for its plan to develop the former Dracut Centre School/Town Hall Annex at 11 Spring Park Ave. into housing for working veterans. The CBA submitted an application last week to the Department of Housing and Community Development .

Blind MCC student always kept his focus

When Earl Williams first enrolled at Middlesex Community College in his 40s, he planned to earn a degree that could help him advance in his job at the IRS, something he felt would help him better support his two sons. Williams found something different, though: fascinated by a psychology class and encouraged by the support MCC provided to accommodate his legal blindness, the 45-year-old Lowell resident decided he wanted to help people.

Her water broke on the way to the hospital. A Wilmington dispatcher talked them through the birth.

A Lowell couple will have a unique story to tell their baby girl who was born Wednesday morning in their car on the side of the I-93 south. Samuel Beyene, 41, and his wife, Rachel Estifanos, 30, were on their way to Winchester Hospital from Lowell.

Appleton St. property to undergo major rehab in Lowell's Hamilton Canal Innovation District

That's what a developer from out of town believes, who plans to redevelop a property on the fringe of downtown Lowell into high-quality, market-rate housing. The existing apartments at 230 and 234 Appleton St. are wood-framed buildings in poor-to-dilapidated condition; there are nine residential units on the upper three floors.

What we are working on 5/23/2018

It's Wednesday, May 23. Here is some of what Sun staffers and other news providers are working on for lowellsun.com and Thursday's edition: The Lowell Regional Transit Authority Advisory Board is set to meet Thursday evening and consider raising fares. For example, a Lowell fare would rise to $1.25 from $1.

Special visitor to attend unveiling of Lowell monument to vets killed in Hiroshima

Barry Frechette of Billerica, at the Centralville Veterans Memorial in Lowell, where Memorial Day ceremonies will include Shigeaki Mori of Japan, who made sure the American POWs who died from the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima were remembered. Frechette's great uncle, Edward Chandonnet, was best friends growing up with Normand Brissette of Lowell, one of the POWs who survived the blast but died of radiation poisoning.

State must certify

Massachusetts residents and business owners are going to be seeing more service dogs like Triton in the future, and they should know the law that provides these specially trained animals access to public and private places. The Americans with Disabilities Act specifically says that a service dog and owner can't be denied access to any facility that the public is allowed to go.

Backtalk: 5/23/2018

SWITCHING PARTIES: What are all these Democrat hopeful legislators offering except more of the same. More taxes, more welfare benefits and more costly regulations for the working people.

Lowell council: Last week's unruly public hearing outburst can't happen again

One person speaks passionately for a project, let's say a high school at Cawley Stadium. Another person voices their concerns about the proposal, and on and on.

Boys & Girls Club Makes Space for Makerspace

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Lowell recently celebrated the opening of its new Makerspace and expanded Teen Center, which includes a new Career & College Readiness Room and Teen Robotics Room. The expansion doubles the number of teens the club can serve after school as well as provide teens with 21st-century skills.

MCC trustees made

There's a lesson to be learned from the trustees' vote to remove the name of Evan Dobelle from the library at Middlesex Community College in Lowell. Public buildings and their facilities -- libraries, gymnasiums, swimming pools, etc.

Maine governor stumps for Mass. US Senate candidate

Underlining the Trump connections that run through his US Senate bid, Republican candidate Geoff Diehl enlisted Maine Governor Paul R. LePage to the campaign trail Monday, tapping his unapologetic conservatism to drum up cash and media attention. The two-term governor's headlining appearance at a Diehl fund-raiser drew about 100 supporters and a dozen protesters, who LePage dismissed as of little consequence.

Lowell officials: Fentanyl turning up in cocaine, causing overdoses

During the Opioid Epidemic Task Force meeting at City Hall on Monday, it was revealed there has been an increase in opioid-related overdoses in which individuals reported they had been using cocaine and not opioids. "Due to these reports, we feel confident saying that fentanyl is being added to cocaine in our area," stated a letter composed by Lainnie Emond, substance-abuse coordinator for the Lowell Health and Human Services Department.

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