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The Lafayette Club and Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church in Lowell announced this week that the church has purchased the club's building at 465 Fletcher St. While the club will remain in the building, it's a good opportunity to look at the history of the club.
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In a 13,000-square-foot warehouse, Donna Hunnewell walks through aisles of shoes, clothes and mattresses.
Responding to mounting opposition to a proposed gas pipeline through the Berkshires, the Select Board this week voted to withdraw the permission it had granted Tennessee Gas Co.
Police in Haverhill are looking for the man they say tried to shoot a convince store clerk twice.
Law enforcement officials are investigating a fatal stabbing on Woburn Street late Thursday evening across from the Gulf gas station.
While investigators are actively probing whether the fire-alarm system was operable in the Lowell building where seven people perished Thursday, records obtained by The Sun suggest that previously, at least some of the alarms were working properly.
Sar, one of 45 residents who escaped one of the deadliest fires in state history that ravaged nine apartments above Ramos Liquors on Branch Street, said he was awakened by his own coughing.
Seven Buddhist monks marched single file from Pailin Plaza down Branch Street to the building that erupted in flames in the early-morning hours Thursday.
Fireworks owe their identity in America to great events, inspired by patriotic and celebratory themes which attract big, fun-loving crowds.
President Barack Obama has booked a two-week summer getaway for his family on the picturesque Massachusetts island of Martha's Vineyard.
A former Lowell man who has spent 32 years in prison for a 1982 arson fire that killed eight people will walk out of prison on Thursday after the judge who overturned his convictions released Victor Rosario on bail.
Seven people were killed today in a fast-moving apartment building fire here, and more than 50 are now homeless from what officials called a "tragic day'' for this former mill city.
Lowell Fire Chief Edward Pitta says the victims died in the three-alarm fire reported just before 4 a.m. Thursday.
State Fire Marshall Stephen D. Coan is seen briefing media after a large apartment building fire on Branch St. this morning, July 10, 2014.
A spokeswoman for the state Fire Marshal says three to five people are unaccounted for after the fire in the three-story building on Branch Street.
Town Manager Paul Cohen has for at least the third straight year received an overall rating from a majority of the Board of Selectmen of consistently exceeding expectations, the highest-ranking category.
Robert Redford's sincere personality and charm shone through in a near one-hour-long interview on stage inside Lowell Memorial Auditorium Wednesday night.
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