Lowell

Fmr. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch Leaves Hearing to a Standing Ovation

Ambassador Yovanovitch with U.S. Senators Amy Klobuchar (yellow coat) and the late John McCain with Ukrainian soldiers in Ukraine, undated. (FB photo courtesy of Sen. Klobuchar, 11/15/19) What’s happening in Washington DC every day affects each community in the U.S. This action in the nation’s capital is local news even…

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First Time in America: Learning Cities Conference in Lowell: Everyone Invited to Attend

This message if from Felice Kincannon (felicek@turi.org) on behalf of the organizing committee. Dear All,    Please try to carve out some time to attend the First American Learning Cities Networking Conference next week, Thursday and Friday, November 14 and 15. Apologies for the fact that this invitation is late.…

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“The Architect of Lowell” – Handsome Houses and the Middlesex County Jail ~ Lowell

Many blog followers know Joe Orfant – a Lowell/Belvidere native who has on many occasions offered programs for the Lowell Historical Society. Joe’s Linked-In page notes: ” Experienced Environmental Consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the government administration industry. Skilled in Urban Planning, Environmental Awareness, Construction, Conservation Issues,…

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Lowell High Class of 1959

Lowell High Class of 1959 By Kendall Wallace Lowell—-There is a very special feeling one gets when you have the opportunity to see people you knew 60 years ago as teenagers walking the halls of Lowell High School. Last week nearly 100 classmates from the LHS class of 1959 gathered…

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Lowell Election System Options

On Monday, October 7, 2019, City Manager Eileen Donoghue and the city’s Law Department convened a panel discussion on the two new election system options that will appear on the November 5, 2019, municipal election ballot. The moderator was Lisa Handley, Ph.D., a national expert in voter data analysis and…

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