Lowell

Richard Howe Substack – Sept 24, 2023

The Lowell City Council continues its every-other-week summer meeting schedule, however, the agenda for its regularly scheduled September 12 meeting was so long that the Council, in a rare move, opted to hold a special meeting the following Tuesday (September 19) to complete the items on the agenda. My own…

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Cornelius F. Kiernan (1917-1996)

The following was distributed earlier today as my weekly Substack newsletter on Lowell politics. If you’d like to receive this weekly update by email in the future, sign up here.  **** Cornelius F. Kiernan (1917-1996) The Lowell Justice Center was formally dedicated to former Judge and State Representative Cornelius F. Kiernan…

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Cornelius F. Kiernan Judicial Center dedicated

The following was distributed earlier today as my weekly Substack newsletter on Lowell politics. If you’d like to receive this weekly update by email in the future, sign up here.  **** The Lowell Justice Center was formally dedicated to former Judge and State Representative Cornelius F. Kiernan (1917-1996) on Friday, September…

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Cornelius F. Kiernan Electoral Record

The Lowell Justice Center was dedicated yesterday (September 15, 2023) as The Cornelius F. Kiernan Justice Center. Kiernan served as a state representative for nearly a quarter of a century. Here are the results of the various state elections in which he was a candidate. (Through most of his career,…

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Preliminary Election Week – 1963

September in odd-numbered years is traditionally the time for city of Lowell preliminary elections. Since there aren’t enough candidates to require a preliminary this year, I thought I would post the results of some past preliminary elections this week starting with the 1963 Lowell City Council preliminary election. The first…

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Richard Howe Substack – Sept 10, 2023

The following was distributed earlier today as my weekly Substack newsletter on Lowell politics. If you’d like to receive this weekly update by email in the future, sign up here.  **** In my newsletter of August 27, 2023, I reviewed the Lowell City Council’s discussion of the possible use of the…

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Richard Howe Substack – September 3, 2023

The following was distributed earlier today as my weekly Substack newsletter on Lowell politics. If you’d like to receive this weekly update by email in the future, sign up here.  **** The Lowell City Council held a special meeting on Monday, August 28, 2023, to continue work on the proposed Accessory…

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A Star on Prince Street

A Star on Prince Street By Louise Peloquin On March 1, 1826, Lowell was incorporated as a town. The run-up to the bicentennial is a propitious time to “meet” people who have contributed to our hometown’s cultural heritage. Let’s take peeks into the past with posts on Louis-Alphonse Biron, an…

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