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  1. Nashoba students earn Spanish language honorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 26 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Nine students at Nashoba Valley Technical High School earned national recognition for their performance on the 2016 National Spanish Examinations. Nashoba Tech students earned one silver medal, two bronze medals and six honorable mentions.

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  2. 'PopUpPlays' to debut during First ThursdaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 23 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Merrimack Valley Playwrights present "PopUpPlays -- Theater where you least expect it," an evening of short play readings by local theater enthusiasts, on Thursday, June 2, at 7:30 p.m. at the HyperText Caf. The event will be held in conjuction with Downtown Lowell First Thursdays.

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  3. Pharmacy tech guilty in theft of cough syrupRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 22 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    A pharmacy technician is accused of stuffing 40 bottles of a codeine-laced cough medicine into her lunch bag over a period of months, then sending the bottles to a drug-addicted cousin in Puerto Rico. In Lowell District Court, Kassandra Hernandez, 27, of Lowell, was released on personal recognizance after pleading not guilty to one count of larceny of a drug.

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  4. Lots of laughs at Russian Icons' cartoon extravaganzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Laughter is the universal language -- but it's often said that jokes are tough to translate from one language to another. Except with cartoons, those animated treasures that elicit laughs and teach lessons about the customs and culture of the places where they originated.

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  5. Book Review: In 'Searching for Paradise,' the road starts in LowellRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 17 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    I read this book on the road, that is, during a brief visit to central New York, land of the Mohicans and Erie Canal. While "Searching for Paradise" by T. L. Hughes comes to us as a highway story, the book is as much about the elemental pull of tribal roots as it is about the lure of the road.

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  6. Grant provides 'Maker Space' for all Lowell High freshmen -- even those who aren't 'science-y'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 16 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Freshman Kyle Colon used a high-tech stylus as he played with the Cubify Sculpt 3D program on a computer. Standing in Lowell High School's new Maker Space at the Freshman Academy, he stood just feet away from the 3-D printer that can create anything he wants to draw.

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  7. Boost educational support for teen momsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 15 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Indeed, teen pregnancy is the primary reason girls drop out of high school. Out of 39 cities in Massachusetts, Lowell ranks ninth as the city with one of the highest rates of teen pregnancy.

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  8. State's new 'Go Time' signs aim to take place of your GPSRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 15 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    This new sign on Interstate 495 North at the Chelmsford-Lowell line will show how long it should take drivers to get to several key destinations based on real-time travel data. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE / GRANT WELKER Motorists on local highways will soon be able to tell how long it'll take to travel upcoming distances without having to fiddle with their GPS.

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  9. For original Trump team, a moment to celebrate and reflectRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 15, 2016 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    They were the core of the original Trump team, a small group of largely obscure political operatives who signed on a year ago for the seemingly quixotic presidential campaign of an oft-mocked celebrity businessman. Yet there they were in the lobby of the Trump Tower in New York City, sharing a very public embrace as Donald Trump's victory in Indiana made it clear he was on track to be the Republican nominee for president.

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  10. Hourlong chase ends with officers punching suspectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 12 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    A police pursuit of a 50-year-old Worcester man who was wanted on several felony warrants began in Holden and stretched through several Greater Lowell communities Wednesday -- reaching speeds over 100 mph -- before it ended in a flurry of punches on a street in Nashua. Several Boston television stations broadcast live footage of the arrest on Hughey Street in Nashua.

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  11. Hourlong chase ends with officers punching suspect on ground in NashuaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 11 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    A police pursuit of a 50-year-old Worcester man who was wanted on several felony warrants began in Holden and stretched through several Greater Lowell communities Wednesday before it ended in a flurry of punches on a street in Nashua. Several Boston television stations broadcast live footage of the arrest on Hughey Street in Nashua.

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  12. Brush show celebrates National Park Service centennialRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 11 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    That's what's in store as the National Park Service turns 100 years old on Aug. 25, and Lowell's Brush Art Gallery and Studios partners with Lowell National Historical Park to present Telling America's Stories: Celebrating 100 Years of the National Park Service. Storytelling is key to America's shared cultural heritage and has been for generations.

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  13. Final LSMS announcement of local favorites Hoey and FarrenRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 10 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    When we got word last week that the Lowell Summer Music Series was offering a season pass that gets holders into all 17 shows in this year's lineup for the price of 10, something didn't add up. Don't get us wrong, it's a great deal to be able to attend 17 paid admission concerts for $430, a $283 savings from the full ticket price for all 17 concerts, or a 40 percent discount.

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  14. Hundreds jam opening of Whole Foods in WestfordRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 5 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Shoppers careened their carts through a packed Whole Foods Market as it opened Wednesday morning, surveying red apples, fresh fish and cold-pressed juices. But the store at 160 Littleton Road is more than just a new place to buy groceries, according to the store leaders and lawmakers who addressed hundreds of customers for the store's grand opening.

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  15. Enterprise HonoreesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 5 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Educator of the Year Award: Linda Brodeur, president, Bishop Guertin High School, Nashua, New Hampshire; Kathy Egmont, head of school of the Lowell Community Charter School. Business of the Year Award: PROCON Inc. of Hooksett, New Hampshire, a third-generation family-owned architectural and consulting firm.

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  16. Let the whole family take Steps for PetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 4 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    On Saturday, May 7, 11 a.m.-2 p.m., the Lowell Humane Society brings its eighth annual Steps For Pets: May The Paws Be With You fundraiser to the Middlesex County Fairgrounds. The walk for animals begins at noon, followed by demonstrations, music, raffles, a silent auction, kids zone game center and numerous rescue groups on site promoting their adoptable pets.

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  17. Artists play with clay in Arts & Crafts Society showRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 4 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Who doesn't love squishing their fingers through a great big hunk of clay? It's a fundamental art material, beloved by all from toddlers to elders to master artists. Seventy seasoned pros share their great clay works in the 9th Biennial State of Clay exhibition, hosted by the Lexington Arts & Crafts Society May 7-June 5 in the Parson Gallery, 130 Waltham St., Lexington.

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  18. Pops return signals spring in both Boston and LowellRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 3 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    It's a sure sign of spring when Keith Lockhart calls to chat about the upcoming Boston Pops season at Symphony Hall. And the affable maestro, beginning his 22nd season conducting "America's orchestra," as Pops is frequently dubbed, has plenty to crow about with the new season in store.

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  19. 500+ Verizon workers rally in LowellRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Union members from across New England streamed into the Cross Point parking lot Thursday afternoon for a rally in support of Verizon workers who have been on strike for more than two weeks. Police estimated the crowd at more than 500 people, most of them wearing red shirts emblazoned with the logos of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers and Communications Workers of America.

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  20. Steampunk Festival celebrates industrial heritageRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 26, 2016 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The Mill City Steampunk Festival will honor Lowell's industrial age and look forward to its future during events and activities Friday through Sunday, April 29-May 1. Incorporating technology and designs inspired by 19th-century steam-powered machinery, the Steampunk movement is expressed in literary works, clothing styles, film, architecture and more. The festival grew out of a partnership between the Lowell National Historical Park and UMass Lowell English Prof.

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