History

‘9/11’

I waited a long time before writing about 9/11, not because I didn’t want to but because I could not find the right words. I had composed a short, oblique poem called “The Cut” that delved into the way Nature tends to heal itself when it can, the way tree…

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Every Vote Counts

Today is primary election day in Massachusetts. Polls are open from 7 am until 8 pm. To find out where to vote and to see the ballot you will receive at the polling place, visit Secretary of State Bill Galvin’s “Find my election information” page. In the meantime, the following…

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Lowell Walks: Fall 2016 Schedule

Here is the Lowell Walks schedule for Fall 2016. Please note that these walks start at different places and times. Also included are like events that might be of interest to Lowell Walks participants: Thursday, September 1, 2016 at 6 p.m. – Lowell Walks: Downtown Lowell First Thursdays – begins…

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Remembering Atty. Dan Leahy

Attorney Daniel P. Leahy passed away on Wednesday, August 10, 2016, at age 81. Dan’s obituary is on the O’Donnell Funeral Home website and Chris Scott wrote a blog post highlighting Dan’s willingness to follow his principles regardless of the political consequences. When I started practicing law back in 1986,…

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