History

Go to England; Discover Kerouac

Go to England; Discover Kerouac By Mike Boudreau Mike Boudreau grew up crisscrossing the city of Boston before settling in Tyngsboro, MA, in 2002.   After a 28-year career in the U.S. Air Force, he returned to New England and earned a Masters in Community and Social Psychology at UMASS Lowell…

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Lowell High’s Footprint: A History

Two weeks ago, I wrote an article that explained how the various parcels that constitute the Cawley Stadium site were compiled. In this article, I do the same for the current Lowell High site. As is often the case with land records, a bit of history is helpful. Founding of…

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Annual Kerouac Birthday Bash, March 11

Thanks to Steve Edington of Lowell Celebrates Kerouac, Inc., for the schedule of the upcoming annual Jack Kerouac Birthday Celebration. The schedule for the 2017 Kerouac Birthday Celebration in Lowell has been finalized. All events take place on Saturday, March 11 (the day before Jack’s birthday): 12:00 Noon: Pollard Memorial…

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Revisiting 2015

This week, I’ve been posting Year in Review posts. Monday, I combined 2007, 2008, and 2009 into a single post, there is no 2010 article, Tuesday was my 2011 year in review , Wednesday was 2012, Thursday was 2013, yesterday was 2014. Today, the highlights from Lowell in 2015: Lowell…

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New Year’s Day 40 Years Ago Redux

Another essay by Bob Hodge, a 1973 graduate of Lowell High School, a 1990 graduate of University of Lowell, and one of the greatest runners to come from Lowell – ever. Bob has previously contributed, Running Down a Dream: Cohasset by the Sea Road Race, April 1978, School Daze Lost…

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Revisiting 2014

This week, I’ve been posting Year in Review posts. Monday, I combined 2007, 2008, and 2009 into a single post, there is no 2010 article, Tuesday was my 2011 year in review , Wednesday was 2012, yesterday was  2013. Today, the highlights from Lowell in 2014: Top Ten Lowell Political…

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