Todd Prussman, The Lowell Sun

Todd Prussman

The Lowell Sun

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Recent:
  • The Lowell Sun
  • Boston Herald
Past:
  • SGV Tribune

Recent articles by Todd:

She’s in: Maura Healey announces run for Massachusetts governor

Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey announced officially Thursday she’s running for governor. → Read More

Massachusetts launching weekly at home tests for students, staff at state schools

Students, teachers and staff at the Massachusetts schools will have access to weekly rapid tests under a new program announced by the Baker administration today, designed to maintain in-person learning. → Read More

Massachusetts extends mask mandate in schools through February

Masks will be required in schools through February under an extension order today by Massachusetts education officials. → Read More

Woman charged in connection with missing 7-year-old New Hampshire girl

New Hampshire police have made another arrest in the case of 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery, a young girl who has not been seen since 2019. → Read More

New Hampshire man charged with assaulting Harmony Montgomery, 7, missing since 2019

A New Hampshire man has been charged with assaulting a 7-year-old Harmony Montgomery, a girl who has been missing since 2019, the state’s AG announced today. → Read More

Young girl killed in fatal Dorchester shooting

A young girl is dead after a fatal triple shooting Sunday on Washington Street in Dorchester, police said. → Read More

Firefighters seek emergency injunction to block Wu vax mandate

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu announced last week that she’s tightening the city worker vaccine mandate put in place by Acting Mayor Kim Janey– eliminating the test-out option– but she said she soon plans to speak with all affected unions at the negotiation table. → Read More

Baker announces 2.1 million quick tests available for low-income communities

Gov. Charlie Baker on Monday announced the state was buying 2.1 million rapid COVID tests for distribution by cities and towns to hard hit residents in the state. → Read More

Scrap yard blaze in Everett sends dark plume of smoke over city

A fire at a scrap steel recycling yard in Everett is sending a massive plume of black smoke over the city as firefighters battle the blaze. → Read More

Two dead after shooting outside Worcester bar

Two men are dead after a shooting on the street outside a Worcester bar early Wednesday. → Read More

Lawrence man charged in deadly Sunday shooting

A Lawrence man has been arrested and charged in the fatal shooting of a Lowell man who suffered multiple gunshot wounds Sunday night. → Read More

Red Sox owner John Henry’s Fenway Sports Group seals deal for Pittsburgh Penguins

Red Sox owner John Henry's Fenway Sports Group seals deal for Pittsburgh Penguins → Read More

Firefighters find possible drug lab in Mansfield

Firefighters responding to a house fire in Mansfield uncovered what appeared to be a stealth drug lab, prompting a hazmat response and shutting down the neighborhood, police said. → Read More

Text: Mayor Michelle Wu’s remarks at historic swearing-in ceremony

Boston Mayor Michelle Wu offered the following as-prepared remarks after her swearing-in: Good afternoon Wu Train family, we’re back together so soon! I’ve missed you over the last two weeks. Thank… → Read More

Mayor Kim Janey’s farewell message to Bostonians

Dear neighbors, It has been my honor to serve you as the 55th Mayor of Boston.... → Read More

Watch Live: Swearing-in ceremony for Mayor-elect Michelle Wu

Tune in today at noon to watch Mayor-elect Michelle Wu take the oath of office. → Read More

Traffic advisory: Multi–vehicle crash jams traffic on 495 Raynham

All lanes on the northbound side of I-495 in Raynham have been closed after a multi-vehicle crash, according to highway officials. → Read More

Maine voters deal a blow to hydropower corridor to Massachusetts

A clean energy project seeking to connect Massachusetts to renewable hydroelectric power generated in Quebec appears imperiled after voters in Maine largely signaled at the ballot box that they hope to prohibit new electric transmission lines in the Upper Kennebec Region. → Read More

Power outages top 450,000 as season’s first nor’easter barrels through

Over 450,000 Massachusetts households are without power as the season’s first nor’easter swirls over the state → Read More

Ticker: Lottery profits continue record pace; New home sales jump 14% in September

Massachusetts Lottery sales and estimated profit were each up about $34 million in September as the Lottery kept pace with last year's records during the first quarter of the new fiscal year. → Read More