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The iconic Pow-Wow Oak, the landmark tree on Lowell's Clark Road near the Tewksbury line that survived physical impediments and man-made controversies, sadly succumbed to the ravages of time earlier this week.
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Kittery Point has striped bass to 30 inches and mackerel. Off shore its haddock and all you want.
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A recent court ruling that the city cannot force certain property owners to purchase one type of fire-alarm system has prompted a renewed call for the city to find a way to reimburse those owners required to install wireless alarm boxes.
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William J. Quinn, vice president of commercial lending at the Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank, was recently named a Community Bank Hero by Banker & Tradesman.
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The Merrimack Repertory Theatre's board of trustees has ended a six-month search by naming Elizabeth Kegley to join Artistic Director Charles Towers in leading MRT into the future.
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A city man acquitted of murder last year is back behind bars held on high bail after being charged by Chelmsford police with kidnapping and armed robbery.
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The murder arraignment of a Lawrence man accused of fatally stabbing his 60-year-old stepmother in her Lowell apartment in March has been postponed until later this month.
A proposed methadone clinic off Stedman Street in Lowell has been attracting opposition from nearby residents and businesses, mainly across the town line in Chelmsford, whose border runs only a street's width from where the facility would go.
When Edson Novinyo was growing up in Ghana, he wore sandals made out of recycled car tires, studied from the same books his father had used and developed an interest in aviation from watching birds fly.
It began with an investigation into a $5,000 ransom demand for a dognapped pitbull puppy stolen from a lottery winner.
Tacking on special commissions and bumping up spending in areas across the nearly $33.9 billion budget proposal, the Senate on Wednesday charged through more than half the 725 amendments before it during its first day of annual budget deliberations.
A convicted Level 3 sex offender with an 18-page record who is facing new rape charges appeared before a judge Tuesday to ask that he be released on a GPS bracelet.
A 37-year-old Lowell man accused of downloading dozens of images and videos of child pornography is prohibited from using the Internet by computer or phone.
An undercover Lowell detective was shot at five times while conducting surveillance on three men in a Honda Accord on Moore and Lawrence streets Wednesday afternoon.
Naomi Prendergast, left, CEO of D'Youville Life & Wellness Community in Lowell, and Rachel Chaddock, executive director of the Visiting Nurse Association of Greater Lowell, relax inside a hospice unit at D'Youville recently.
Textile artists Ann Lee and Elaine Perra Renault team up to show their work in Rhythm & Rhyme Pattern and Texture at the Loading Dock Gallery at Western Avenue Studios.
Two Lowell men were released without bail on cocaine-trafficking charges after a minor traffic stop last Friday led to a search of the car and an open backpack with a lockbox inside that allegedly had a bag of cocaine in it.