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Fire Department Lt. David Keene, in just the past three months, has been to nearly a dozen calls involving people who overdosed on opiates, and Keene only works on one fire engine once every four days.
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The semi-annual Household Hazardous Waste Day will be held on Saturday, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., at Cawley Stadium; enter at 438 Douglas Road.
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Sal Emma can remember his mother walking into downtown Fitchburg every weekday morning to report for duty at a plastics factory.
A police officer and a suspect were injured Sunday night when a physical struggle occurred while police were responding to a reported domestic incident in a Hildreth Street apartment building.
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The Lowell Election and Census Commission announced that absentee ballot for the state primary election, scheduled for Sept.
Middlesex Street, an area with a long history of troubles, recently received a face-lift, bringing new blacktop and sidewalks to the busy thoroughfare as part of the city's attempt to create a boulevard feel.
"Strikes don't strike me" was a favorite saying of Catholic Worker cofounder Peter Maurin; but even Maurin might have been pleased with the eight week strike by Market Basket workers and managers that ended yesterday with tears of joy shed at most of the supermarket chain's 71 stores in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
A 60-year-old Lowell man who pleaded guilty last year to two counts of possessing child pornography pleaded not guilty Wednesday to six counts of possessing child pornography.
Even before the first pitch was throw at LeLacheur Park on Thursday night, Lowell Spinners manager Joe Oliver and two of his players were ejected.
Four members of a Lowell family have pleaded guilty to charges they schemed to hide $25 million in wages from the IRS.
The scent of 71 bakery departments baking enough cakes, cookies and bread to replenish the barren shelves of Market Basket smelled a lot like triumph for the chain's employees and customers.
A 34-year-old city man with a prior masked armed robbery conviction was arrested at gunpoint Wednesday after leading Lowell police on a car chase through downtown Lowell when officers suspected him of drug dealing.
Robert Weidman, 50, of Lowell, is charged with murder in the first degree, armed assault with intent to rob, and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon causing serious bodily injury.
A 23-year-old Lowell man hospitalized with gunshot wounds to his chest and arm after allegedly exchanging gunfire with a rookie Lowell police officer early Wednesday morning will be held without bail until at least Friday, according to prosecutors.
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