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The city has announced upcoming road closings and construction work, according to Henri Marchand, assistant to the city manager.
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The state's highest court agreed with a Lowell woman, whose sunbathing in revealing attire triggered a near decade-long feud with her neighbors, that her neighbor's security cameras recording outside and peering inside her home is a "viable issue" of invasion of privacy.
ATTORNEY GENERAL Martha Coakley's comments to The Sun's Editorial Board Monday that as governor she would provide better management and oversight of state agencies that would prevent scandals were not well received by Gov. Deval Patrick.
Sun photo by Samantha Allen. Jonathan Marshall, 54, and Joy Miller, 53, natives of Lowell, drop off a rose at the memorial site across the street from the Branch Street fire that killed seven last week.
Members of the Sampson Air Force Base Veterans Association meet monthly at Comet's Diner in Tyngsboro, including, front row from left, Charlie Priest, Norm Morency, Mardy Marshall, Bob Courtemanche, Bob Cole; second row from left: David Cuthbertson, Carl Nelson, Bradley Smith; third row from left: Jim McLennan, Harold Carver, Roland Gibson and Ron ... (more)
David Karpinsky, vice president of finance at the Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank, was recently named to receive the bank's Employee Excellence Award for June.
Paul Ratha Yem says Cambodians know what to do when faced with suffering. They turn to their faith in Buddhism.
People are often divided into two categories. There are those who see a glass half-empty and those see a glass half-full.
Three people, including a pregnant female passenger, were hospitalized with serious injuries as a result of a head-on crash on Westford Street on Saturday afternoon that was reportedly caused by a driver attempting to pass a vehicle illegally.
A 50-year-old Lowell man has been arrested and charged with murder in connection with the stabbing death of a man discovered on Woburn Street in Lowell Thursday night, Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and Lowell Police Superintendent William Taylor announced Saturday afternoon in a press release.
A longtime Lowell day care provider is facing an intimidation charge after police allege she made a comment to the victim in her son's criminal case while they were in Lowell District Court waiting for a verdict.
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.
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.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 04:16 am
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