2 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
For the second consecutive year, property owners in the City of Lowell are going to feel the comfort of a near level tax increase of less than 1 percent.
7 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
A fast response by firefighters working in the pouring rain of a thunderstorm spared a home on Wellesley Avenue in Lowell from more serious damage after a lightning strike sparked the blaze Monday afternoon.
7 hrs ago | Patch.com
Patch has received reports of a fire on Wellesley Avenue in Lowell, near Chelmsford Street and the Chelmsford border, with first responders arriving on scene at about 5:15 p.m. Readers have reported traffic lights out and traffic delays in the area.
8 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
Lt. Edward Dowling, a 32-year veteran of the Lowell Police Department, is on paid administrative leave as internal affairs investigators probe the officer's handling of sex charges against another officer under his command, The Sun has learned.
10 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
A 32-year-old city woman was ordered held without bail Monday pending a dangerousness hearing after she was accused of stabbing another woman four times, collapsing her lung, during an argument as the victim sat in a minivan outside a local convenience store.
13 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
FACED: American corporations did not support President Obama by hiring and growing their companies.
17 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
Regarding the existing one-way downtown traffic plan on Merrimack and Market streets, I thought it went back earlier than 1973.
A longstanding interest in World War II led Robin Guilkers to adopt the grave of U.S. Army Pfc.
Road work and other infrastructure repair projects will continue in the City of Lowell this week.
COUNT GEORGE Malliaros, attorney and former Dracut selectman, among the many people from inside and outside town who expressed great surprise upon selectmen have the power to change the Proposition 2 1/2 override amount approved by Town Meeting.
Father's Day is just another day for Joseph Sawyer. No special gathering, no special dinner, no extra piece of cake.
Wednesday is the last day of school for students in Lowell's public schools. Report cards will be distributed that day.
Lowell Catholic's sophomore class celebrated reaching the "halfway point" of their high-school careers with a party at Brunswick Zone in Lowell.
After the country's highest court last week ruled that police can take a sample of a suspect's DNA upon arrest, law-enforcement officials applauded the decision but a Lowell defense attorney describes the ruling as "scary."
The game won't count come Monday, but the Lowell Spinners dusted off the cobwebs, shook-off the rust and topped the Nashua Silver Knights of the Futures Collegiate Baseball League by a score of 6-0 in eight innings on Friday night at LeLacheur Park.
The attorney for a 35-year-old city man accused of being drunk Thursday when he allegedly assaulted his mother and the officer who went to arrest him told a judge his client recently had his appendix removed.
Flood Warning for Middlesex County was issued at June 17 at 7:25PM EDT