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Lowell, Massachusetts is located in Middlesex County. Zip codes in Lowell, MA include 01851, 01854, and 01853. The median home price in Lowell is $199,900 which is roughly $142/per square foot. More Lowell information.

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1 hr ago | Lowell Sun

Work on Lowell park project under way

Work is beginning on Point Park, which is envisioned as a landmark spot as residents and visitors enter the city's downtown from Thorndike and Dutton streets.

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3 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

Lowell mayor forms downtown task force

Mayor Rodney Elliott has formed the task force on economic development of the downtown the City Council requested he create to generate ideas to boost the city's central business district.

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8 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

Backtalk: 4/23/2014

CLEANING UP: It's Easter morning and I'm driving along the Boulevard and what do I see? A city Parks & Recreation truck and worker cleaning up at triple-time.

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13 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

Lowell officials strike deal on Pawtucket Dam gate

The city has reached an agreement with Boott Hydropower to drop the city's opposition to the company's federal approval to install a pneumatic crest-gate system at the historic Pawtucket Dam.

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18 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

DCF workers protest 'caseload' crisis, cite Oliver case

Another child will die on the state's watch unless the Department of Children and Families takes immediate action, according to DCF social workers, investigators and supervisors said during an informational picket on Tuesday.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

Lowell Sun

State earmarks $725G to replace ailing Westford bridge

The state has earmarked $725,000 for the replacement of the Beaver Brook Bridge in town with the recent passing of the transportation bond bill by the House and Senate.

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Lowell Sun

Health board to vote on Lowell ambulance contract in open session

The city's Board of Health will again discuss a proposed new ambulance contract with Trinity EMS of Lowell on Wednesday night and is expected to take a final vote on it in public session, City Manager Kevin Murphy told The Sun.

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Lowell Sun

Dracut School Committee hopefuls agree more than disagree

The two candidates vying for one seat on the Dracut School Committee, incumbent Matthew Sheehan and challenger Michelle McCarthy, engaged Tuesday in what could best be described as a polite, hour-long discussion, rather than a debate, on issues facing the town's public school system, and their own campaigns.

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Lowell Sun

Regional police lockup is worth exploring

Could the proposed $170 million state-of-the-art judicial court complex in Lowell be more than just a 9-to-5 building? "I thought if the goal is to make government more productive, maybe the Judicial Center can offer us an opportunity to do something that's needed for several communities," said the Lowell Democrat.

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Lowell Sun

Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal in X-box slayings

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to consider an appeal on Monday from a death-row inmate who was involved in the 2004 killings of six people, including a former Lowell couple.

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Lowell Sun

Supreme Court refuses to hear appeal in X-box slayings

The U.S. Supreme Court declined to consider an appeal on Monday from a death-row inmate who was involved in the 2004 killings of six people, including a former Lowell couple.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

Lowell woman's death 'suspicious'

Mayor Rodney Elliott, a childhood friend of Sweeney's, reflected on her life this week after learning she was found dead in her Sparks Street home Easter Sunday.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

Lowell Sun

City police: Light switch hid drugs

Lowell police say a light switch in Phongsack Vorachack's Walker Street apartment was used for more than lighting up his kitchen.

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Lowell Sun

Lowell schools seek central-office lease

The School Committee unanimously agreed last week to make three changes to a request for proposals for a new location for the School Department's Central Administration offices.

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Juvenile Arrested for Possessing Alcohol, Resident Reports Gunshots

The following log entries were provided by the Tewksbury Police Department. Where mentioned, an arrest does not indicate a conviction.

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Lowell Sun

Do what you can to make Lowell a more livable city

As a transplant from a small rural town in western Massachusetts, it took me some time to get used to living in a city the size of Lowell.

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Lowell Sun

Wordless, bringing holy story to life

Sixth-grader Nola Ibrahim, left, acting as the Chief Priest, implores fellow sixth-grader Ian Sullivan, portraying the Elder, not to give a drink to Jesus, played by seventh-grader Samuel Grimes, during their pantomime performance Friday at St. Francis Church in Dracut.

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Sun Apr 20, 2014

Lowell Sun

Middlesex Community College Happenings

Middlesex Community College will host an open house on the Bedford campus Tuesday, April 29, at 5:30 p.m., in the Bedford Campus Center, 591 Springs Road.

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Lowell Sun

Get tough, campers

If there's little that can prepare someone for the rigors of boot camp, at least there's training exercises like the one held each year at Fort Devens.

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Lowell police investigating 'suspicious death' in Pawtucketville

Police say they are actively investigating a suspicious death which occurred in the Pawtucketville neighborhood early Sunday morning on Easter.

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