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  1. Plan for relocation of doctors displaced by LHS approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 16 | Home

    A week after the City Council moved forward with the land-taking of 75 Arcand Drive for the high school project, city officials announced that the state has approved the relocation plan for the six doctors who are getting displaced. However, questions remain about where the doctors will end up, as well as how much the relocation will cost.


  2. Middies take it to Tyngsboro on soccer pitchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 14 | Home

    The victory was the second is as many days for the Middies , who blanked Billerica, 1-0, in an MVC Division 2 game Friday. After trailing 1-0 at halftime, the Middies got second half goals from Jacob Freitas, Matt Robichaud and Brendan Davis.


  3. Greater Lowell flu clinics -- there's one close to youRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 13 | Home

    You don't have to go far to protect yourself from the bug. Here's a list of flu clinics planned in Greater Lowell.


  4. Lowell High, Zuleta hand Dracut its first defeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 5 | Home

    Lowell scored in the 61st minute on a goal by George Zuleta to hand Dracut its first loss during a 1-0 MVC thriller on Thursday. Steven Monsalve picked up an assist.


  5. Sun Santa, in 30th year, out to deliver more than ever for needyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 29 | Home

    Sun Santa co-chairs Philip Donahue, fourth from right, and Daniel Donahue, second from right, join campaign leaders at The Sun offices. With them, from left, are Eddie Najeeullah, Sun advertising director; Terry McCarthy, president of Lowell Sun Charities; Bill Quinn, senior vice president for commercial lending at Lowell Five Bank; Sun Santa coordinator Nancy Roberts; Chris Dick, director of business development and marketing for Trinity EMS; and Sue Zacharer, director of development for the Merrimack Valley Food Bank.


  6. Lowell man charged with striking woman with car while fleeing fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 26 | Home

    A Lowell man is facing multiple charges after striking a 20-year-old woman with his vehicle while fleeing the scene of a fight that broke out in the Belvidere neighborhood around midnight Monday, police say. Patrick Deoliveira, 21, did not stop after striking the victim, but was taken into custody a short time later after being tracked down by police, according to Lowell police Capt.


  7. Whoa! Look at that ... um ... thingamajig goRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 23 | Home

    If it's not already hard enough to build a pedal-driven amphibious vehicle that doubles as a gigantic freeform sculpture, several teams came to Lowell with their "kinetic sculptures" to race them on a rugged 6-mile course over mud, water and city streets. But believe it or not, for over 50 years groups of innovative craftsman across the country have been designing and building these contraptions and racing them.


  8. Tough last-second loss for Lowell Red RaidersRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 22 | Home

    The Lowell High defense had Methuen senior quarterback Connor Bryant all but sacked when he was able to flip the ball to talented junior Ricky Brutus. Brutus did the rest with a determined run from the Lowell 19. He juked and broke two tackles and scored the winning touchdown with 14 seconds to go in the game.


  9. Billerica, Dracut claim wins; Lowell bests rival LawrenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 21 | Home

    GETTING A LEG UP ON THE COMPETITION: The Academy of Notre Dame's Kate McNamee, left, tries to keep the ball away from Nashoba Tech's Kera Bacon during girls soccer action. NDA won, 4-0.


  10. Police name suspect in Tuesday night Merrimack Street shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2018 | Home

    In a Wednesday morning press release, police named Aponte, a Lowell resident, as the suspect and published his photograph. Authorities said they reviewed eyewitness accounts and surveillance video.


  11. Man shot three times in LowellRead the original story

    Sep 18, 2018 | Home

    A man suffered three gunshot wounds to the abdomen during an incident in the area of Merrimack Street in the Acre neighborhood Tuesday night. The condition of the victim is not immediately available, according to Lowell police Capt.


  12. The Greater Lowell Community Foundation presents "Come Away With Me," photography by Elaine SeidelRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | Home

    "My photos are images of light and air. In them I breathe and feel peace. I am attracted to movement both real and implied in the landscapes I capture.


  13. City planning major response to downtown brawlRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 17, 2018 | Home

    A Friday downtown brawl involving several high school students and other recent incidents of youth violence have prompted municipal, police, school and other city leaders to come together for a citywide response. City Manager Eileen Donoghue and Police Superintendent Kelly Richardson said they are working with Acting Superintendent Jeannine Durkin, District Attorney Marian Ryan and business and faith leaders on violence prevention and restorative justice efforts.


  14. City invites Spinners to join economic meetingRead the original story

    Sep 14, 2018 | Home

    With many people concerned about the future of the Lowell Spinners after the announcement of a Triple-A ballclub coming to Worcester, city officials says it's important to take steps to ensure the team remains here for a long time. City Councilor Edward Kennedy's motion on Tuesday will result in the city manager inviting Spinners representatives to an Economic Development Subcommittee.


  15. 7 for 40 Merrimack Repertory Theatre plans big anniversary seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 6, 2018 | Home

    In the beginning, Merrimack Regional Theatre was a scrappy start-up on a shoestring budget staging plays at UMass Lowell's Mahoney Hall. Over the years, it went from "regional" to "repertory," moved downtown to Liberty Hall, and refurbished a section in nearby Bagshaw Mill building into rehearsal offices/artist apartments overlooking the Concord River.


  16. Lowell dedicates Currie SquareRead the original story

    Sep 4, 2018 | Home

    Dr. L. Rodger Currie was recently honored with a square dedication in the Lowell Highlands neighborhood where he grew up. Currie was a Marine dive-bomber pilot who was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross three times, as well as 13 Air Medals and a Silver Star for "extraordinary achievements in aerial flight" that eased the advance of U.S. military forces in the South Pacific in 1944 and 1945.


  17. Season preview: They're ready for some footballRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 2, 2018 | Home

    High school football players throughout the Commonwealth have been practicing in high heat and heavy humidity while preparing to play under the glare of Friday night lights. The regular season in Massachusetts gets underway this coming weekend, bringing with it renewed hope of a fall filled with triumph on the gridiron.


  18. Search on in Lowell for elderly assault suspectRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2018 | Home

    Police are searching for two men they say broke into a Fifth Avenue home early Friday morning and assaulted its elderly residents. According to Capt.


  19. Designer chosen for new Rourke Bridge in LowellRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 28, 2018 | Home

    The Massachusetts Department of Transportation selected a designer on Tuesday for the "temporary" Rourke Bridge, which has been temporary since the 1980s. So when will the ribbon get cut on a permanent bridge? State officials have an 8.5-year timeline for the project, bringing the opening to 2026 or 2027.


  20. DeLeo visits Lowell to stump for MomRead the original story

    Aug 28, 2018 | Home

    It was during a previous visit to Lowell that House Speaker Robert DeLeo -- one of the "Big 3" leaders at the Statehouse -- was asked by Rep. Rady Mom if he would take a ride with him. That bridge was the Rourke Bridge.


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