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City Council Preview: September 24, 2018

Mimi Parseghian previews tomorrow night’s Lowell City Council meeting: This week’s City Council meeting agenda features the First Reading of a major vote of the City Council: A Loan Order/Land Acquisition Bond to borrow $2,600,000 to pay costs to acquire, by purchase, eminent domain or otherwise, the following property [75…

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Lowell Week in Review: September 23, 2018

Kinetic Sculpture Race For the third year in a row, yesterday’s Lowell Kinetic Sculpture Race was a big success. A kinetic sculpture is an all-terrain, human-powered art sculpture engineered to race over roads, water, mud and sand. The race kicked off shortly after 10:30 am on Market Street with 11…

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Lowell Week in Review: September 16, 2018

Welcoming Week Lowell Congratulations to the organizers of the first-ever Welcoming Week Lowell which kicked off Friday night with a parade of flags that originated at different points around downtown and converged on the front steps of City Hall for a celebration of the city’s immigrant heritage. Events continued yesterday…

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House History Program

This coming Saturday, September 15, 2018, at 3 pm, I will present a program on “How to Research the History of Your House.” The event is sponsored by the Tyngsborough-Dunstable Historical Society and will be held at the Little Red Schoolhouse which is at 198 Kendall Road (Rte 113) in…

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Lowell Week in Review: September 9, 2018

Election Results Here are the results of the contested races from Tuesday’s Primary Election: Third Congressional District Lori Trahan – 18,368 votes (3,861 in Lowell) Dan Koh – 18,316 votes (992 in Lowell) Juana Matias – 12,914 votes (719 in Lowell) Barbara L’Italien – 12,890 votes (599 in Lowell) Rufus…

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LHS Distinguished Alumni

Ken Wallace previews this year’s Lowell High School Distinguished Alumni ceremony. The names of the 2018 inductees will be announced early next week. Lowell High School Distinguished Alumni By Kendall Wallace LOWELL—-The city’s high school has certainly gone through a rough couple of years as the community was deeply divided…

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Homestead Seminar in Westford

  On Tuesday, September 11, 2018, at 6:00 p.m. at the Cameron Senior Center, 20 Pleasant Street, Westford, I will present a Homestead Seminar that is free and open to the public. Recording a Declaration of Homestead at the Registry of Deeds protects your home from creditors. At this event,…

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2018 Primary Election Quick Look

Here’s a very quick look at the results of yesterday’s primary election: Third Congressional District: Around midnight, Lori Trahan claimed victory but Dan Koh did not concede. The Globe website headline now says “Third District race remains too close to call and the Sun’s says ”Trahan claims win in so-close…

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