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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

Lowell News
A Spooky Halloween Wedding

There's no place like Home Away from Home Adult Day Health Center! Especially on Halloween, when they hosted "A Spooky Halloween Wedding!" This creative and fun event was held at Home Away From Home's spacious center at 150 Industrial Ave., Lowell. A slew of ghosts, goblins, witches and, of course the bride, groom and wedding party all participated and attended the spooky wedding.

Woman rescued from Cox Bridge in downtown Lowell

A report of a female attempting to jump off the John E. Cox Memorial Bridge came over the emergency radio broadcast at around 9:20 p.m. Tuesday. Less than 30 minutes later, the female was secured by emergency crews and transported by ambulance to Saints Memorial Hospital.

Greener Group donates cash, food to Open Pantry

Greener Group LLC, located at 123 Bolt St., Lowell, recently selected The Open Pantry of Greater Lowell as the recipient of its "Giving to Thanksgiving" food drive. Employees of Greener Group raised $250 plus food items.

MCC belt tightening

They sent out a notice to staff members, advising them to reduce expenses and cut back purchases. The community college, with Lowell and Bedford campuses, stopped filling positions.

Selectmen weigh split tax rate

The business community and its supporters came out in force Monday night to lobby for maintaining the single property tax rate the town has had for 20 years. At the annual tax classification hearing, Economic Development Commission Chairman Donald Van Dyne said he felt splitting the rate at this point would damage all of the efforts the town has put in place to attract business in the Route 129 corridor and elsewhere in Chelmsford.

Pedestrian struck by SUV in Lowell

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a crash in which a pedestrian was struck by an SUV on Church Street about 9:50 p.m. Monday. The condition of the man struck by the vehicle was not immediately available, though witnesses said he was unresponsive and appeared to have serious injuries.

Eminent domain, tax votes on tap for Lowell City Council

More votes relating to 75 Arcand Drive and the high school project are coming up at this week's City Council meeting. After recently voting to take the medical offices on Arcand Drive by eminent domain, city councilors are set to vote on giving consultants access to the property for surveying and environmental assessment activities.

Lowell's school board

The Lowell School Committee's action last Wednesday night to fire Superintendent Salah Khelfaoui was justified, but it didn't go far enough. The six elected committee members -- Jackie Doherty, Connie Martin, Dominik Lay, Gerry Nutter, Andre Descoteaux and Robert Hoey Jr. -- should have tendered their resignations to Mayor Bill Samaras.

Fire quickly extinguished in Lowell

An overloaded extension cord is thought to be the cause of a one-alarm fire in the city's Highlands neighborhood Sunday morning. No injuries were reported due to the fire that broke out inside the two-family dwelling at 15 S. Canton St., according to Lowell Fire Chief Jeffrey Winward.

Chelmsford nonprofit criticizes light sentence for worker who embezzled

That's the main sentiment conveyed in the victim impact statement the organization provided to Middlesex Superior Court in the criminal case against its former employee that concluded Wednesday. Young, of Lowell, pleaded guilty to larceny over $250 in connection with embezzling more than $136,000 from the organization from November 2011 through 2016 in a case prosecuted by the state Attorney General's Office.

Hoey may head to Lowell DPW job

Hoey has been state Rep. David Nangle's chief of staff for nearly 18 years, also building up a successful landscaping/plowing business that has apparently prepared the 51-year-old for the next chapter in his professional life. The Column has learned that Hoey has the inside track to oversee Lowell's Department of Public Works Parks Division.

Two charged in Lowell stabbing

Two men were ordered held without bail on Friday, accused of being involved in the stabbing of a 26-year-old Lowell man. Meanwhile, the 26-year-old is also being held without bail on charges related to an alleged assault.

Second measles case diagnosed in Lowell

This second case at the Lowell Community Health Center comes days after another patient was diagnosed with measles, the state Department of Public Health said yesterday. "Our efforts now are to identify people who may be at risk of getting ill and to get them vaccinated," said state epidemiologist Dr. Catherine Brown.

From Lowell start, D.C. news anchor reports at Radio Free Asia

Nareth Muong guesses he's filed hundreds of stories since he began working for Radio Free Asia two years ago. The Cambodian-born reporter covers stories about human rights, democracy, and politics back home.

Descendant of WWI hero decries plan to move Lowell statue

Even his father did not have a chance to shake hands with the soldier, who died in World War I and has a square named after him -- where his name and 35 others are etched on the Lowell Doughboy Statue. But Connolly learned all about his great uncle from his grandfather, who talked often about John and his sacrifices to the country.

JDI Productions Creates Engagement For Wu-Tang Clan With Chauvet Professional

Now there's a brand new day to mark on the November calendar, at least for residents of Staten Island. On Friday November 9, officials in the New York City borough announced that henceforth that day will be forever observed on the island as "Wu-Tang Clan Day."

Lowell voting issue goes to federal court

After months of city councilors and the Law Department heading behind closed doors to discuss the voter rights lawsuit, the city will head to federal court next month to face the plaintiffs who argue that Lowell's at-large election system discriminates against minority communities. The two sides in the lawsuit Huot v.

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