1 hr ago
Police say Lowell man yelled at, pushed officers
When PAGIS in his cruiser alerted him to a running car with a revoked registration outside a Gates Street home Saturday morning, Officer Charles Pappaconstrantinou parked his cruiser and waited.
6 hrs ago
Bail set for Lowell suspect recently released due to drug-lab scandal
After being freed last December in the wake of the state drug-lab scandal, Christopher Koziol, who is accused of assaulting his pregnant ex-wife, was initially jailed and then had his bail set at $1,000 cash.
17 hrs ago
The Alvarez case: How a $165,000 court judgment became a $642,000 expense for the city of Lowell
When city councilors learned earlier this fall the city had paid a $642,000 court-judgment payment to a former Lowell police officer, several were aghast at the payment's size and complained to the city administration they had not been kept abreast of the case.
19 hrs ago
City man ordered to stay away from woman after alleged assault
A city man was ordered to stay away from his girlfriend after he allegedly assaulted her while she held their newborn and sexually assaulted her by licking her face.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Woman charged with assault on disabled person
In Lowell District Court last week, Donna Lyons, 41, of 339 Westford St., Apt. 4, Lowell, pleaded not guilty to assault and battery on a disabled person and assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
Nashoba Tech Hotel and Restaurant, Culinary Arts Students Serve Vets Thanksgiving Meal
Madeline Falcone, a junior from Westford in Nashoba Valley Technical High School's Hotel & Restaurant Management program, serves Thanksgiving dinner.
One injured in two-car crash in Lowell
Two vehicles -- including a taxi cab -- were towed from the intersection of Concord and Sherman Streets following a bad crash with injury Monday afternoon.
Telemundo & Target Team on Holiday Special Celebremos Juntos
Telemundo Media, the largest producer of Spanish-language prime time content for audiences in the U.S. and around the world, partnered with Target for the first-ever "Celebremos Juntos" holiday special which aired on Sunday, Dec. 1 on Telemundo .
Billerica cops make heroin bust, two arrested
Two Lowell residents were arrested for allegedly dealing heroin in Billerica after police received a "tip" about a drug deal on Friday, according to police.
Burglar busted inside Lowell liquor store
A man carrying a loaded handgun and $1,200 in cash he allegedly stole from a liquor store was arrested around 3 a.m. Monday, according to police.
Uncertainty, yes, but Lowell National Park has a mission
All but several security and maintenance workers were ordered to stay home until the government resolved its budget differences.
Cover Bands for Kids to benefit Children's Hospital
On Saturday, December 21, 2013, the first annual Cover Bands for Kids holiday concert and party benefiting Boston Children's Hospital will take place at the Portuguese American Center, 59 Charles Street, Lowell, Massachusetts.
Playing Santa for the love of a childhood pal
Leong, 15, is a freshman at Lawrence Academy in Groton and at the tender age of 6, she learned the meaning of loss and heartbreak.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
New state guidelines may end pension perk
For public-safety workers, it's a cherished perk -- the ability to gain up to five years toward their pension benefits without working a day or contributing to the retirement system.
From Lowell, he's delivering Christmas cheer to poor Brazilian children
One of the sweetest sights for Philippe Cndido is a street filled with children, anxiously waiting for their presents and shouting "Feliz Natal!" on Christmas day.
Early dismissal Wednesday in Lowell schools
DALEY: Dismissal on Wednesday is at 12:10. Students of the Month are Sara Ames , Samantha Veiga , Christina Prum , Jason Burke , Ethan Imasogie and Joseph Brunelle .
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Woburn, Mass., Horn Pond
Horn Pond in Woburn was once home to a series of locks along the Middlesex Canal, 1793-1853.
Returning a lost wallet, and showing true spirit of season
After doing some shopping at the Pheasant Lane Mall days before Thanksgiving, Joshua Aponte, his mother and her friend were walking to their car in the pouring rain when they noticed something in a puddle -- a wallet.
Dracut student's Giving Tree branching out for global reach
From Dracut to China, the "Giving Tree" is branching out this Christmas to embrace both less fortunate local children and special-needs orphans on the other side of the world.
Police: Lowell man had sex with NH girl, 15
Nashua police say 23-year-old Patrick Potter was arrested this week on two counts of felonious sex assault and nine counts of endangering the welfare of a child.