Stefan Geller, The Lowell Sun

Stefan Geller

The Lowell Sun

Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Stefan:

Dracut Rep. Colleen Garry reports strangulation of nurse at Tewksbury State Hospital, calls for investigation

Dracut State Rep. Colleen Garry told this Sun this week that a nurse at Tewksbury State Hospital was nearly strangled to death by a patient on Sunday, and said that she's calling on the state Department of Public Health (DPH) to conduct a thorough investigation. → Read More

State Police cruiser struck during traffic stop in Bedford

A State Police Major and a Wilmington woman were taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries on Thursday after a SUV struck the Major's cruiser from behind while making a traffic stop, police said. → Read More

23-year-old Atkinson, N.H. man killed in motor vehicle accident in Tewksbury

Police and fire responded to the area of South Street and Regina S. Drive at around 10:19 p.m., where they located a vehicle that had went off an embankment at Action Games Paintball. → Read More

Tewksbury police arrest two men for allegedly carrying unlicensed firearms

Police announced Thursday that they arrested two men this week for allegedly carrying unlicensed firearms. → Read More

The Five Minute Read

Deadline to register to vote in upcoming Wilmington special election is this Friday WILMINGTON — The deadline to register to vote in Wilmington’s upcoming special election, which is bei… → Read More

Lowell to reinstitute mask mandate in city buildings starting next Monday

City Manager Eileen Donoghue announced Wednesday that Lowell will be reimplementing its indoor mask mandate for all city buildings starting next week. → Read More

Lowell to activate cooling station amid heat wave

City officials announced Wednesday that Lowell will activate a limited-service cooling station from Aug. 11 through Aug.13 at the Lowell Senior Center, after the National Weather Service signaled that a heat wave is coming to the area. → Read More

Hudson, N.H. police arrest alleged drug dealer after year-long investigation

Following a year-long investigation, Hudson Police announced Tuesday that they had arrested an alleged local drug dealer in June for a litany of charges. → Read More

Lowell moves COVID-19 vaccine clinics to Health Department office on Merrimack Street

LOWELL -- The city will host COVID-19 vaccine clinics at the Health Department office - located at 107 Merrimack St. - every Tuesday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. → Read More

The Five Minute Read

Billerica to hold Vining School brick giveaway BILLERICA — The town of Billerica will be holding a brick giveaway for the Vining School on Thursday, Aug. 12, from 5 to 8 p.m. The Billerica Sc… → Read More

Billerica woman wins second drawing of VaxMillions

The second round of winners in the Massachusetts VaxMillions Giveaway contest were announced by the state on Thursday, with Billerica resident Donna McNulty winning the million-dollar prize. → Read More

Carlisle firefighter, former selectman sued by former tenant

Firefighter and former Selectman Douglas Stevenson is being sued by a former tenant after he entered her home in April while she and her two young children were away, stripped naked and masturbated on her bed. → Read More

Billerica continues to await hiring of new police chief

Despite his aims to hire a new chief of police by the end of July, Town Manager John Curran has not yet filled the role and there is no exact timetable for when he will. → Read More

Lowell City Council, School Committee races clearer after nomination papers deadline

The deadline for candidates in the upcoming municipal election to return their nominations passed on Tuesday afternoon, providing a clearer picture of who will appear on the ballot come Nov. 2. → Read More

The Five Minute Read

Wilmington Library to host Shakespeare on the Swain Green WILMINGTON — Wilmington Memorial Library will host an outdoor, live performance of William Shakespeare’s “Much Ado About … → Read More

Billerica residents gather to reminisce about Vining School ahead of demolition

Dozens of residents amassed outside the Vining Elementary School on Wednesday night to reminisce, take pictures and bid the building farewell before it is torn down next week. → Read More

Tewksbury Police arrest four people in separate drug busts

Chief of Police Ryan Columbus said Thursday that Tewksbury officers recently arrested four people in connection to two separate drug busts earlier this week. → Read More

Associate at Life Care Center of Merrimack Valley in Billerica wins divisional customer service award

Officials from Life Care Center of Merrimack Valley, a nursing and rehabilitation center in North Billerica, announced on Monday that Payroll Coordinator Michelle Cabral recently received a $1,000 award for her dedication to customer service. → Read More

Tewksbury power outage caused by utility line fire

Residents lost power for an hour Monday night after a downed wire caught fire on Main Street. → Read More

Billerica residents to hold farewell ceremony for Vining School

BILLERICA — With the Vining Elementary School slated for demolition the first week of August, residents have organized a farewell ceremony where former students and staff will be able to conv… → Read More