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Savor the Flavor: Top 4 Latin American Eateries in Lowell
This piece presents four remarkable Latin American eateries located in Lowell. Have you had the opportunity to dine at any of these places? If you have, we would love to hear your experiences in the comments section below!
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Cats Up for Adoption in Lowell, MA
Whether you're thinking about adopting a pet or simply delight in watching cute animals, you'd find a plethora of endearing pets awaiting adoption at animal shelters across and close to lowell..
Pennsylvania woman sentenced to 8 days in prison for conspiring to distribute 11 kilos of drugs to Massachusetts
BOSTON – A Philadelphia woman has been sentenced to eight days in prison for conspiring to distribute kilos of fentanyl and heroin. The government recommended a sentence of 37 months in prison. According to the Massachusetts Department of Justice, 34-year-old Elba Pena was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge...
A love triangle, a shooting, and an arrest in Quincy's Wollaston neighborhood
QUINCY − A Lowell man has pleaded not guilty to assault to murder after a shooting in Wollaston. Daniel Rivera, 34, faced five felony charges Tuesday at Quincy District Court. Judge Mark S. Coven ordered the defendant to be held in custody pending a dangerousness hearing scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 27. Rivera...
Massachusetts nurse pleads guilty to adulteration of Fentanyl
“BOSTON – A former nurse pleaded guilty today in federal court in Boston to adulteration of fentanyl at a local hospital. Caroline Sheehan, 39, of Lowell, Mass. pleaded guilty to one count of adulteration of a prescription drug with intent to defraud and mislead. U.S. District Court Judge Angel Kelley scheduled sentencing for June 12, 2024. Sheehan was charged by Information in November 2023.
Savor the Flavor: Top 3 Italian Restaurants in Dracut
In this article, we explore three exquisite Italian restaurants located in Dracut. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments? We'd love to hear about your experiences, so please feel free to share your thoughts in the comments section below.
High School Team With Transgender Player Makes Decision On Next Game
There's been a lot of controversy surrounding the KIPP Academy girls' basketball team this month. Roughly two weeks ago, a player on the KIPP Academy injured an opponent from the Collegiate Charter School of Lowell. The injury occurred as the two players were wrestling for ...
Owl tangled up: Littleton police assist owl that flew into soccer net
An owl entangled in a messy situation in Littleton received a helping ̶w̶i̶n̶g̶ hand Thursday.
Police: Deadly crash on Lowell highway under investigation
Route 110 was closed in both directions between the Hunts Falls Rotary and the Lowell Wastewater Treatment Facility for hours while crews responded.
A Week of Community and Culture: Exploring Lowell's Local Events (Feb 23-29, 2024)
1. Film Screening: "Contradictory Place: Cotton Mills Alongside Anti-Slavery Efforts in Lowell" with Professor Robert Forrant 2/24. The documentary 'Contradictory Place: Cotton Mills Alongside Anti-Slavery Efforts' in Lowell, featuring Prof. Robert Forrant and Maritza Grooms, explores the city's anti-slavery history through film.
GoFundMe created for family of missing Haverhill man found dead in Saugus
A GoFundMe campaign has been created to benefit the family of 53-year-old Haverhill resident John Lawler, whose skeletal remains were discovered by a dog walker in a wooded area of Saugus on Sunday. Lawler was reported missing in July 2023 and was last seen in Saugus. Joshua Deveau, Lawler’s oldest...
Flags to fly at half staff in Massachusetts Friday
Governor Maura Healey issued the order to pay tribute to Staff Sergeant Carlos Dickey, United States Army, Tanker, 3rd Battalion, 67th Armored Regiment, formerly of Lowell, who passed away on February 13, 2024.
Nashua Property on Elm St Sells for $1.65M
A property near Nashua, New Hampshire, located at 23 Elm St, recently sold for $1,650,000 on February 15th. This impressive property boasts 8 bedrooms, 9 bathrooms, and a spacious 10,658 square feet of living space. The real estate listing described it as a great investment opportunity in the heart of downtown Nashua, offering a three-story mixed-use building on a corner lot.
Police shut down part of road in Pelham due to sinkhole
Police in Pelham are asking drivers to seek an alternative route after a sink hole was discovered in Pelham. Simpson Road between River Bend and Andrea Lane has been closed for repair. Drivers are being redirected to Hayden Road as a detour. That area of the road is expected to...
Derry Man Admits to $2.5 Million COVID-19 Relief Fraud Scheme
CONCORD – In a startling revelation, a Derry resident, David Dodge, 41, has admitted in federal court to a scheme attempting to illicitly secure approximately $2.5 million in COVID-19 pandemic relief funds, as announced by U.S. Attorney Jane E. Young. Dodge's guilty plea to bank fraud brings to light a sophisticated fraud operation aimed at exploiting federal relief programs designed to support businesses struggling during the pandemic.
New Paws, New Love: Adopt Cats Today in Melrose, MA
Interested in adding a furry friend to your family? Even if you're just keen on viewing some of the cute critters available for adoption nearby, there are ample pets waiting for their forever homes in animal shelters throughout and around melrose.
China Blossom reopens buffet
NORTH ANDOVER — The buffet at China Blossom restaurant is back after an absence of four years. General Manager Warren Chu said he was surprised to find a long line of diners waiting at the door when the buffet reopened last month. “We completely got overwhelmed, we weren’t expecting...
School Committee approves contract with interventionists
WESTFORD — The School Committee voted unanimously to approve a new contract with the Westford Education Association’s Unit G – which represents math and reading interventionists. Contract approval. A memorandum of agreement was unanimously approved during a Feb. 12 meeting. Members Mingquan Zheng and Marisol Garcia were...
62-year-old victim identified in deadly Litchfield house fire
Authorities have identified the victim of a deadly blaze in Litchfield on Tuesday afternoon.
Local Government Entities Can Apply for Federal Cybersecurity Aid Following Lowell's Breach
Governor Maura Healey's administration is allocating millions of federal dollars to cities and towns to enhance their cybersecurity. This is to prevent the costly consequences of successful security breaches. The funds come from two programs: the Municipal Local Cybersecurity Grant Program and the State Share Cybersecurity Grant Program. The first program offers $7.2 million to municipalities, regional school districts, and other local government entities. Applicants can request up to $100,000, and multiple communities can jointly apply for up to $300,000. The second program has $1.8 million available, with local governments able to request up to $100,000 in federal funding.