Tuesday Mar 11
Binghamton University Pipe Dream
Binghamton University named one of six HEARTSafe accredited schools
The HEARTSafe certification is a collaborative effort with the National Collegiate Emergency Medical Services Foundation and the American Heart Association that was initiated in 2013.
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
MY GUY AT MAMA'S: We all know Charlie runs the show over at Mama's. He should have been acknowledged more than the manager because he owns part of it, too! Great guy! PRICE TO BE PAID: Highly decorated or not, they failed to serve and protect; they deserve to face termination.
Gubernatorial hopefuls will attend Lowell's St. Patrick's Day Breakfast
State. Sen. Eileen Donoghue, the Lowell Democrat who is hosting the breakfast, has announced that Attorney General Martha Coakley and state Treasurer Steve Grossman, two Democratic gubernatorial candidates, will attend and have speaking roles.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Endorsements matter, but for how long?
As endorsements in the Massachusetts state races stack up, political analysts say that although the power of endorsements fades after the summer political conventions, such support helps candidates lower on the ballot by giving more prominence to their names.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Obama administration weighs tightening chemical security and safety net
When Louisville Water Co. in 2011 stopped storing deadly chlorine gas at its Crescent Hill treatment plant, it did so voluntarily, joining roughly 300 water and wastewater utilities across the United States to switch to a safer alternative.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Proposal calls for arming Mount Wachusett campus officers
Mount Wachusett Community College President Daniel Asquino wants campus police officers to start carrying firearms, citing concerns about school shootings on the national level.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
The Huffington Post
Key State's Voters Sour On Scott Brown
OCTOBER 21: Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., and his wife Gail Huff, attend at rally in Cumnock Hall at the University of Massachusetts Lowell campus in Lowell, Mass.
Health groups get grants at LGH ball
Three local nonprofits were awarded grants Saturday night for programs for health-based community outreach and education programs, as part of the Circle Health Ball for Community Health Initiatives.
'Finding its niche'
For more than a decade, Jack Neary, Leon Grande and Phyllis George brought over a dozen dazzling musicals to life on the Dracut High School stage.
NH Philharmonic, area art students, baritone soloist drawn to music
CENTER STAGE: Paul Max Tipton, who has appeared with the San Antonio, Grand Rapids, Lincoln and Stamford symphonies and the New York Philharmonic, will perform "Songs of a Wayfarer," a powerful set of orchestral songs by Gustav Mahler, in Sunday's New Hampshire Philharmonic show at the Palace Theatre in Manchester.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
College Bound Juniors get a jump on college search
It's second semester of junior year for Maribeth Mason of Kingston, and that means the college search is in full swing.
Timing of paying coaching stipends questioned in Lowell
School Committee member David Conway blasted administration officials Wednesday night about the procedures and timeline for paying athletic coaches their stipends.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Borrello to take stage for UML 'Mothers of Rock'
New England Music Awards' Rock Act of the Year Sarah Borrello and Brother Bellow will headline the 10th annual "Mothers of Rock" concert on Saturday, March 8, at 7:30 p.m., at UMass Lowell's Durgin Concert Hall on South Campus, 35 Wilder St. The concert will also feature musicians from the UMass Lowell community performing songs from generations of ... (more)
Fri Feb 28, 2014
UMass Lowell Helping Student-Veterans Land Jobs
The University of Massachusetts Lowell is launching a new program to help student-veterans land jobs in the life-science industry.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Bangor Daily News
Mushing, rock salt and seaweed pizza
Maine's Sigrid Koizar drives past UMass Lowell's Jasmine McRoy in the first half of their game at the Cross Insurance Center in Bangor on Wednesday night, Feb. 26, 2014.
WITHDRAWAL SYMPTOMS: Why is our military still in South Korea? That country has over twice as many people as North Korea, and they are quite able to defeat North Korea, unless of course they again call on the Chinese and Russians.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
UMass Lowell Expands Its Honors Program
School officials said elevating the program to a college will allow for more honors classes, service learning projects and co-op experiences.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Ghostlight brings a new 'Othello' to life
Ghostlight Theatre Company of New England is putting the finishing touches on its production of Shakespeare's tragedy Othello.
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Study: - Case closed' - " drinking age of 21 saves lives
A BU public health researcher is hoping to eighty-six any further debate about rolling back the nationwide legal drinking age of 21 with a new study that argues the law saves lives - even though underage youths widely disregard it.
The York Daily Record
Dover man creates comic book to educate about autism,help kids on the spectrum
What began as a personal handbook for his study of the autism spectrum as a doctorate student transformed into "Face Value Comics."