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Police say they are actively investigating a suspicious death which occurred in the Pawtucketville neighborhood early Sunday morning on Easter.
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CITY COUNCILOR Corey Belanger pledged during last fall's election campaign that as a councilor he would bring forward ideas to boost economic development in the city.
A 21-year-old Lawrence man is facing criminal charges because he allegedly tried to sell a lost cellphone back to its owner for $50.
That happened recently when a young Lowell police officer resigned after an internal investigation found that he had violated several department policies while trying to contact a woman he had met in the line of duty.
Police allege a Lowell man choked his wife because she thought he was too drunk to drive and took his keys away, Jose Gillot, 34, of 183 Broadway St., Unit 3, pleaded not guilty in Lowell District Court on Thursday to charges of assault and battery, intimidation of a witness, threats, and malicious destruction of property.
From left to right, Greater Lowell Technical High School juniors Kaleigh Wandell, 17, and Gabriela Cruz-Gonzalez, 16, stand with Superintendent of Schools Roger Bourgeois after receiving a check for $5,000 from Lowell General Hospital for the national organization To Write Love on Her Arms.
After being choked into near unconsciousness, the victim told Lowell police Andre Feliz stepped on the side of her head and ground her face into the floor, prosecutors said.
Shayna Carney has a Sunday routine. She starts her day with a trip out for coffee, then picks up two or three coupon-laden newspapers.
City Manager Kevin Murphy informed city councilors Wednesday evening in an email that Building Commissioner Robert Marsilia has resigned to take a similar position in Porstmouth, N.H., close to his home.
The School Committee voted unanimously Wednesday night to request Superintendent of Schools Jean Franco provide a report on the hiring process for the committee's attorney for contract negotiations.
As student loan debt tops $1 trillion nationally, state lawmakers are recommending ways to ease the burden on Massachusetts college students.
A 2013 Lowell Police Academy graduate who was still on probation resigned last week, just days after an investigation determined he violated numerous policies by contacting a woman he met when responding to a call.
A 34-year-old New Hampshire man is being held without bail in a Massachusetts jail after pleading not guilty to an upgraded charge of first-degree murder in connection with the murder of Christiano Diaz-Arias in Lowell last December.