Lowell Week in Review: May 28, 2017

New Lowell High School The new Lowell High School selection process is hurtling towards its June 13, 2017 conclusion. Next Friday’s City Council agenda packet will contain all the cost estimates, reports, and LHS-related motion responses that remain outstanding. On Tuesday, June 6, at the regular city council meeting, the…

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Local Author Book Fair Tonight

Tonight from 6 to 8 pm at the Pollard Memorial Library is the Local Author Book Fair. I will be there with all three of my books for sale, including Lowell Municipal Elections: 1965-2015. The following is from the Library’s press release about the event: Local Author Book Fair LOWELL—Support…

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Impeachment, the 25th Amendment or neither? by Marjorie Arons-Barron

The entry below is being cross posted from Marjorie Arons-Barron’s own blog. It’s too early to talk seriously about Presidential impeachment. Increasing reports about apparent obstruction of  justice or enrichment of  Donald Trump’s own and  family businesses in violation of the emoluments clause are still at the fact-gathering stage, especially now that former FBI Director…

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LHP Supports Downtown High School

  Media Release May 17, 2017 Lowell Heritage Partnership Supports Downtown High School Location The Board of Directors of the Lowell Heritage Partnership (LHP) voted unanimously (two abstentions) on March 23, 2017, to renew and keep Lowell High School downtown, citing it as “an opportunity to ensure that our heritage…

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Maura Healey in Lowell on May 22

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey is coming to Lowell for a Town Hall meeting on Monday, May 22, 2017 at 7 pm at the Wang Middle School, 365 West Meadow Road. The Attorney General will be discussing the litigation she has initiated against President Trump’s immigration ban and the efforts…

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