6 hrs ago | Patch.com
This summer, Memorial Hall Library is creating a Makerspace, which in a nut shell is a "collaborative learning environments where people come together to share materials and learn new skills." Called the Beehive for Community Creativity and Gathering, this "Makerspace" will feature several events at the library each month for adults to learn, ... (more)
23 hrs ago | Lowell Sun
A Housing Court judge has ruled that the city cannot force building owners to install just one of the four types of fire-alarm signaling systems allowed under state law.
A gunshot broke a window of an apartment between Wamesit and Abbott streets in the Back Central neighborhood late Monday night, but no one was struck, police said.
In fact, I just ate one. Or at least its byproduct. Honey-mesquite from the Market Basket deli, if you must know.
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The riverbank spot where Khamphong Souvannasy had lived for eight years in an elaborate shelter made of tarps and wood from nearby trees was reduced to an expanse of dirt, surrounded by bags of his and others' belongings.
GREENHALGE: No after-school program Wednesday. Kindergartners will host the May assembly Wednesday.
Norm Deschene, the big cheese at Lowell General Hospital, is on the forefront of what is going on and is emerging as a leader in creating the type of regional system that could be a model for the country.
Kevin Correa submitted this photo, with the following description: "Back in 1949, if you needed a refrigerator, washing machine, television, radios, records, or a music machine , you would visit Sam Garnick on Middlesex Street in Lowell.
Tewksbury police say Joseph Espada told a friend he needed a ride to Walmart -- which was fine until Espada allegedly walked out of the store with a stolen laptop shoved down his pants.
Police say two men and a woman from Massachusetts are charged with attacking a man with a hammer and knife following a roommate dispute in Hollis, N.H. Police say three people connected to one of the roommates returned to the home, identifying themselves as police officers early Friday before attacking the victim in his RV.
Christopher Barry, 22, of Lowell, was arraigned Monday in Lowell District Court on charges of assault and battery on a child causing substantial bodily injury.
Derek Mitchell says he is proud of Lowell's focus on innovation, its cultural richness and its strong spirit of collaboration.
Donald Adams' bravery in going after an armed man who allegedly wanted to kill a Lowell banker in 1927 is not forgotten more than eight decades later.