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The Lowell Sun

Lowell, MA, United States

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Past articles by Dan:

Lowell Summer Music Series schedule is set

As we head into the Fourth of July weekend, we can pass along the news that the Lowell Summer Music Series lineup has been finalized for this summer at Boarding House Park. → Read More

Town And City Festival to return to Lowell live and in person this fall

More good news for fans of live music: The Town And The City Festival will return — live and in person — to various venues in downtown Lowell this fall. → Read More

Fitchburg State University Dean’s List

Fitchburg State University announced its Dean's List for the spring semester. → Read More

No June swoon for four Tyngsboro High Students of the Month

Tyngsboro High School has announced its June Students of the Month, wrapping up another school year of all-around student excellence. → Read More

What’s up this weekend in The Sun

It’s Friday, June 11. Here’s just a few of the stories Sun journalists are working on for lowellsun.com and this weekend’s editions of The Sun. → Read More

Bridges at EPOCH celebrates those 90 and older

Three Bridges by EPOCH communities teamed up with the Acton Council on Aging to host a birthday celebration for area seniors turning 90 or older this year. → Read More

Two local seniors earn Pepperell Garden Club scholarships

Pepperell Garden Club announced that its 2021 High School Scholarship recipients are Hannah Peters and Troy Wolf. → Read More

What’s in store for Sun readers for Tuesday, June 8, 2021 – Lowell Sun


UMass Lowell professor receives Air Force grant

UMass Lowell researcher Marianna Maiaru, assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering, was recently recognized by the U.S. Air Force with funding for her work on process modeling of composite materials. → Read More

Middlesex Community College student Micaela Rinha SHINEs

Micaela Rainha has spent the past year working on the front line of the pandemic while preparing to graduate from Middlesex Community College’s Nursing program. → Read More

Nashoba Tech’s Jenna Metzler nominated for state non-traditional award

Jenna Metzler of Lowell is Nashoba Tech’s nominee for the Massachusetts Vocational Association’s Non-Traditional Student Award. → Read More

Lowell Catholic eighth-grade retreat goes ‘Behind the Mark’

This past week marked their last week of school as eighth-graders at Lowell Catholic. → Read More

169 students graduate at Nashoba Tech

Nashoba Valley Technical High School celebrated the 169 members of the Class of 2021 on Saturday with a joyful graduation ceremony. → Read More

Middleseex Community College webinar focuses on frontline health workers

Middlesex Community College’s Alumni Association recently held an online presentation aimed at helping health-care workers deal with the stress and trauma of working on the frontlines of COVID-19. → Read More

Academy of Notre Dame golf tournament raises $100,000

Supporters and golfers came out in force to support the Academy of Notre Dame’s 28th annual Golf Tournament at Vesper Country Club in memory of Eric P. Hanson, a longtime academy parent and volunteer. → Read More

Chips off the old Building Blocks

Kindergartners at Building Blocks Preschool and Kindergarten get creative in constructing their own fleet of snowplows out of tricycles and scooters using ... wait for it ... building blocks. → Read More

Construction company agrees to pay for new, improved Callery memorial

William T. Callery was 20 when he was killed in Vietnam in 1966, the second Lowell resident to suffer that fate. So for his family and those who grew up at the park that bears his name in the Highl… → Read More

Arts in the park Saturday at Lucy Larcom

The Lowell Cultural Council kicks off the first of five monthly outdoor Lowell Arts Market on Saturday, from noon to 5 p.m., at Lucy Larcom Park, on Merrimack Street in downtown Lowell. → Read More

Phelps: Construction crew’s desecration of war memorial despicable – Lowell Sun

At the corner of Stevens and B streets in Lowell’s Highlands section stands a small monument to William T. Callery, a Lowell resident killed in Vietnam in 1966. For a while earlier this week,… → Read More

RIP Arthur, thank you for giving us Paradise

Back in the 1970s and ’80s — you know, the days of rotary phones and six TV channels — Lowell High School students had their choice of places to hang out when they were skipping c… → Read More