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Troubled Lowell bar has liquor license revoked
After the License Commission voted to revoke her license, DiSalvo responded to the board, "Everything I own is this business."
Former Lowell cop cleared in community college training probe
No Published CaptionSun staff photos can be ordered by visiting ourSmugMugsite.HAVERHILL -- Shortly after former Lowell police officer resigned from his post running the police academy at Northern Essex Community College in August under a cloud of controversy, the school began investigating an alleg
Boston shooting victim ID'd as former UMass Lowell student
Alicia Restrepo, of Boston, was the city's 47th homicide victim this year. Police are reaching out to the public to help find her killer. Police do not think she was targeted.
Things To Do At Tewksbury Library This Weekend
Enjoy a screening of one of Hollywood's newest DVD releases -- Ocean's Eight, an action crime comedy starring Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett & Anne Hathaway. Debbie Ocean gathers an all-female crew to attempt an impossible heist at New York City's yearly Met Gala. Rated PG-13. 110 minutes. Doors wil
Essex County Police: Woman Killed, $5K Reward To Catch Shooter
NEWARK, NJ — The Essex County Sheriff's Crime Stoppers Program is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Michelle Newkirk, 26, of Newark.
Police searching for four people after £800 designer clothing theft
Traffic and TravelPedestrian in intensive care after crash involving Land Rover in BostonLincoln City CentrePolice close off Pelham Bridge in Lincoln to deal with incidentSpaldingHollywood actress Amber Heard comforts tearful Spalding man whose mum and sister were shot dead as he makes emotional ple
Occupants of Car That Caused Crash on I-95 Revived Using Narcan
Two people were found unresponsive in the car when police arrived at the scene WWLP Massachusetts State Police said two occupants in a car that caused a crash on Interstate 95 on Friday were found unresponsive and had to be revived using Narcan due to a possible drug overdose. The crash was reported
A Lowell Startup Paves The Way for Animal MedTech
From telehealth services to advanced tools for clinical trials, the impact of technology on medicine offers countless examples. Instead, the role played by tech in medicine’s close sibling, veterinary science, is often overlooked.
River Hawks earn 3-0 road shutout at Miami in series opener - University of Massachusetts Lowell
Freshman forwardSam Knoblauch(Rochester, Mich.) opened the scoring in the game on the power play with his second collegiate goal at 17:40 of the opening frame. Knoblauch finished the game with a career-high two points (1g,1a), while
A local’s guide to ‘Hocus Pocus,’ 25 years later
It’s been 25 years since “Hocus Pocus,” the lighthearted Disney live-action classic about three ancient witches who are magically transported to modern-day Salem and the kids who must fight them off, first hit theaters. To celebrate, Freeform is airing a two-hour“Hocus Pocus” reunion specialthis Sat
3 Lynn residents were arrested for heroin trafficking during a traffic stop, police say
Three Lynn residents were arrested for trafficking heroin early Thursday morning after police stopped the vehicle they were in for speeding in Sturbridge, authorities said Friday.A Massachusetts State Police trooper pulled over a Honda CRV heading east on Interstate 84 around 12:30 a.m. after the ve
Lowell School Committee divided on deficit
LOWELL -- The sum under discussion was only a fraction of the $2.48 million deficit, indicated by an internal review of the budget, but the divide on the School Committee was clear Wednesday night.
Locked out National Grid workers to assist in Merrimack Valley
No Published CaptionSun staff photos can be ordered by visiting ourSmugMugsite.By Colin A. YoungSTATE HOUSE NEWS SERVICEBOSTON -- As union leadership continues to call out what it says are dangerous gas leaks in National Grid territory, gas workers locked out of their jobs by the company amid a long
Photo Of Smoking Gas Line Workers Raises New Concerns In Lawrence
LAWRENCE, MA -- When Brooke Juliano looked out the kitchen window of her Lawrence home and saw a Columbia Gas worker smoking while working on the transmission line on her street, she did what a lot of people would do these days: she snapped a photo and sent it to friends on Snapchat with the caption
Overnight Paving Work to Result in I-93 Methuen Lane Closures This Weekend
Overnight paving work on Methuen’s I-93 northbound will result in temporary lane closures from 7 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 20 through 9 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 21, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation announced.
Boston police release name of woman shot
BOSTON - Boston police have released the name of the woman found shot to death in a car earlier this week, and now say they do not think she was targeted. Police on Thursday said the woman killed in the city's Dorchester neighborhood on Monday night was 24-year-old Alicia Restrepo. She was pronounce
Lowell photographers exhibit 'Urbanscape'
Lowell's urban legacy is explored in dramatic fashion in a new exhibition presented by The Humanities Center at Middlesex Community College. Entitled "Lowell's Urbanscape: A Legacy of Newcomers," it features 14 vivid black-and-white photographs of Lowell by Jen Bauer and Jeff Caplan.It opened recent
Police seeking suspect in armed carjacking in Salem, NH
SALEM, N.H. - Police in Salem, New Hampshire are continuing to investigate a carjacking that was first reported last Saturday. According to Salem Police, the incident happened at the intersection of Route 28 and Kelly Road when a man approached a woman in a black Honda-CRV and carjacked her at gun
Nashua Drug Sweep Nets 9 Arrests
NASHUA, NH -- The latest Nashua police drug sweep this week netted nine arrests. The sweep was conducted under the "Granite Shield" program, a state-funded initiative targeting criminal opioid distribution. The mugshots of the nine individuals can be found above.
Lawrence auto shop owner pleads guilty to illegal dumping into river
SALEM, Mass — A Lawrence auto shop owner charged with dumping automotive oil into the Merrimack River decided to plead guilty on Thursday, just before his trial was scheduled to start in Salem Superior Court.