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  1. Trahan names 4 women to staffRead the original story

    Tuesday Dec 11 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Democrat Lori Trahan announced Monday that four women will join her staff as she heads to Washington, D.C. to represent the 3rd Congressional District. The list includes well-known Lowell-native Emily Byrne, who will serve as Trahan's district director.

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  2. Tsongas says 'thank you' as she retiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 10 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    It took U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas close to an hour to greet everyone who came out Sunday to her celebration. Hundreds of people lined up in the atrium of, fittingly, the Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell, hoping to catch a moment with the congresswoman and offer warm wishes as she heads into retirement next month.

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  3. For retiring Lowell congresswoman, a chance to say thank youRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    It took U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas close to an hour to greet everyone who came out Sunday to her celebration. Hundreds of people lined up in the atrium of, fittingly, the Tsongas Center, hoping to catch a moment with the congresswoman and offer warm wishes as she heads into retirement next month.

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  4. Police Briefs: Man charged in social media threatRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 9 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    A Gardner man was arraigned Thursday in District Court for allegedly threatening to murder another man using a social media message app, according to court documents. Adam Knowlton, 33, of 127 Baker St., was charged with threatening to commit a crime for a May 24 incident in which he wrote to another man not to come near his family, according to court documents. 4 comments

  5. Killer opiate warning issued in Lowell areaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 5 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Officials on Tuesday reported a spike of opiate overdoses in the region, warning the public about an apparent "lethal, very strong batch of opiates in the area." Three people died from suspected overdoses over the weekend in the Greater Lowell area, said Lowell Fire Chief Jeff Winward.

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  6. DFM names Sciacca regional editor in chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 4 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Boston Herald Editor in Chief Joe Sciacca has been named to oversee the editorial operations of seven daily newspapers in Digital First Media's Northeast Cluster, the media company announced today. As regional editor in chief, Sciacca will oversee DFM's papers in Massachusetts and New York.

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  7. By Appointment Only relocates to ChelmsfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Of all the aspects that have carried BAO, Inc. through continued success over its 21 years, the inside sales and marketing services company's sustaining culture is the biggest point of pride for founder Suzanne Higgins. It's one of high achievement paired with work-life balance, of fostering collaboration over competition -- employees don't have to worry about colleagues stealing their leads, she said.

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  8. Two honored for service to churchRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 1 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    So when their priest, the Rev. Edmond Derosier, was asked to nominate outstanding church members earlier this, there was never a question in his mind.

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  9. 'A lot of destruction' after devastating Thanksgiving Day Lowell blazeRead the original story

    Friday Nov 23 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The light yellow home at 24 Arthur St. was charred with some of its windows broken. Sunlight poured into the partially collapsed roof and onto an interior covered in soot.

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  10. Civics education now law of the landRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 23 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    After nine years of advocating for civics education measures, members of the Lowell youth advocacy group UTEC saw their work pay off during a recent invitation-only signing. Gov. Charlie Baker approved the Act to Promote and Enhance Civic Engagement, which requires the state to strengthen civics education requirements by mandating that American history, social sciences and civics be taught in public schools.

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  11. Possible fun cut worries local public access television stationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 18 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    FCC haas a proposal that could cut funding to local access cable stations like Fitchburg Access Television. Glenn Fossa, executive director of FATV looks over Sports Weekly by Alex Bogdasarian at their office on Friday.

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  12. PossibleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 18 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Uncertainty is what many local access cable stations are feeling after hearing of a proposed rule from the Federal Communications Commission that could gut their funding. These local access cable stations currently receive a percentage of their revenue from cable companies, which are required by law to give up to 5 percent of their gross income to support public access.

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  13. Student restraints only raise a question society must answerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 14 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education's report on students being restrained by staff may come as a surprise to those not acquainted with the challenges some school districts face when trying to educate a segment of the population that requires special attention due to emotional and physical needs. This now-annual tabulation of such incidences became a requirement due to legislation prompted by the concern of those who would like to see this practice reduced or eliminated altogether.

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  14. Yellow brick road leads Godin homeRead the original story

    Nov 8, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The Hanover Theater will be showing "The Wizard of Oz" this weekend, but Dorothy won't be the only one following the yellow brick road home. Megan Godin, a Leominster native, is part of the ensemble for the classic musical, with shows from Wednesday to Sunday.

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  15. Yellow brick road leads Godin homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 8, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The Hanover Theater will be showing "The Wizard of Oz" this weekend, but Dorothy won't be the only one following the yellow brick road home. Megan Godin, a Leominster native, is part of the ensemble for the classic musical, with shows from Wednesday to Sunday.

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  16. Trahan following her former boss to D.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Lori Trahan swept to victory Tuesday night, ensuring the 3rd Congressional District will remain represented by a Democrat, as it has for three and a half decades, and by a woman when U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas retires at the end of her term. Trahan, a first-time candidate, topped Republican nominee Rick Green and independent candidate Mike Mullen in the state's only race for an open congressional seat.

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  17. 3rd District hopefuls crisscross the regionRead the original story

    Nov 6, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Democrat Lori Trahan speaks at an election eve rally at her office in downtown Lowell. Sentinel & Enterprise/David H. Brow With less than 24 hours to go before polls open, 3rd Congressional District candidates spent Monday zigzagging across the region in a frantic, last-minute dash to connect with residents and get out the vote.

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  18. Long road in 3rd District contest nearing endRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    When the dust settles Tuesday night, the district will know, after more than a year of campaigning, who its next representative will be in the House of Representatives as well as whether the winner's party holds a majority or a minority. How we got to this point has been a winding path of unexpected twists, nationwide political trends and energetic participation.

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  19. Merrimack Valley truly can benefit from team of bipartisan legislatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    After months of listening and speaking to candidates, The Sun has concluded that voters must send a strong message to politicians at every level of elected government that a return to civility and productive legislative results are in order. It means they can't follow the partisan party line, but seek to elect lawmakers who respect the process and are willing to collaborate to make a difference.

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  20. EDITORIAL: Lori Trahan for 3rd District CongressRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 31, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The 3rd Congressional District race offers a clear choice between the two main candidates running to succeed incumbent Democrat Niki Tsongas, who's retiring after more than a decade of constituent service. Democrat Lori Trahan, a Lowell native, and Pepperell Republican Rick Green bring two different political perspectives to most issues important to voters.

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