Todd Feathers, The Lowell Sun

Todd Feathers

The Lowell Sun

Lowell, MA, United States

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Past articles by Todd:

From a wheelchair, Lowell man's a force for accessibility

LOWELL -- In April 2013, Dino Theodore was admitted to the Saints campus of Lowell General Hospital with a fractured hip and femur. → Read More

State won't name schools equipped to use naloxone

LOWELL - Amid warnings from doctors that everyone should be familiar with naloxone and how to administer it, the Department of Public Health has declined to release records about which Massachusetts schools are equipped with the overdose- reversing → Read More

Slow speed leads to DWI arrest in Pelham

PELHAM, N.H. -- Officers arrested a 39-year-old woman on charges of driving under the influence Wednesday after observing her driving at an unusually slow speed in a damaged car. → Read More

Shelter in place order lifted at Chelmsford High

CHELMSFORD -- Students and staff at Chelmsford High School were ordered to shelter in place for approximately an hour Wednesday morning while police investigated what appeared to be a shell casing found by a student in the school. → Read More

Billerica hires redistricting consultant

BILLERICA -- With 17 months to go until first bell rings on a dramatically reconfigured Billerica Public Schools system, the district has hired a consultant to tackle one of the most complicated aspects of the project: redistricting. → Read More

Goal No. 1 for new Bedford VA director? Restoring trust

BEDFORD -- On a busy Wednesday at the Bedford VA, Joan Clifford chatted amiably with volunteers manning the hospital's information desk. → Read More

Goal No. 1 for new Bedford VA director? Restoring trust

BEDFORD -- On a busy Wednesday at the Bedford VA, Joan Clifford chatted amiably with volunteers manning the hospital's information desk. → Read More

Well-deserved recognition for judge behind Lowell Drug Court

LOWELL -- In the beginning, Thomas Brennan wasn't particularly passionate about drug court. After 30 years as a prosecutor and nearly a decade as a judge in Lawrence and Lowell district courts, he had seen addiction and crime intersect on a daily → Read More

Hoops for Hope effort raises $85G for hospital in Cambodia

LOWELL -- There were ice packs on knees and a line for the massage bench, but 10 hours into the 10th year of the annual Hoops for Hope the players were all feeling good. → Read More

No injuries in Dracut crash

DRACUT -- Nobody was injured in a Friday afternoon crash on Merrimack Avenue, but a cinderblock wall was damaged. → Read More

Majority of Billerica selectmen back townwide vote on pot

BILLERICA -- Whether residents will have the opportunity to vote up or down on banning retail sales of recreational sales of marijuana in Billerica may come down to when the vote would be held rather than the merits of voting yes or no. → Read More

Punch points to continued Lowell police cellblock problems

LOWELL -- Stephen Tatarouns was agitated, in opioid withdrawal, and angry. He'd been transported twice from the Lowell Police Department lockup to an emergency room the night of Nov. → Read More

Worker dies from injuries in Ayer explosion

AYER -- An explosion Friday evening at an Ayer commercial building has turned fatal. Two employees were taken to the hospital following the explosion, which occurred around 5:20 p. → Read More

Race for the 18th Middlesex District is getting crowded, as Leary declares

LOWELL -- Five months after losing his City Council seat in a grueling election, Jim Leary says he plans to serve as a "ward councilor" for his neighborhood once again, just in a bigger setting: the State House. → Read More

Race for the 18th Middlesex District is getting crowded, as Leary declares

LOWELL -- Five months after losing his City Council seat in a grueling election, Jim Leary says he plans to serve as a "ward councilor" for his neighborhood once again, just in a bigger setting: the State House. → Read More

All those snow days put Greater Lowell schools in a bind

Students in Greater Lowell may soon regret all those snow days, as the cancellations that built up during this volatile winter are now forcing some districts to propose shortening April vacations and hold school on holidays. → Read More

Unions look for growth in Lowell

LOWELL -- It has been a worrying few weeks, and years, for labor unions across the country, but at least one group sees Greater Lowell as a promising place to expand its membership and reach young workers. → Read More

Lowell wins waiver for bigger gym in high school plan

LOWELL -- The city has secured a key waiver from the Massachusetts School Building Authority that will allow it to build a gymnasium space in the new Lowell High School larger than the agency's rules would otherwise allow. → Read More

New director named at troubled Bedford VA hospital

BEDFORD -- The troubled Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital finally has a permanent leader. → Read More

New director named at Bedford VA

BEDFORD -- The troubled Edith Nourse Rogers Memorial Veterans Hospital finally has a permanent leader. → Read More