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Recent articles by Stephanie:

2nd Inmate Dies of Coronavirus at Coleman Federal Prison

Another inmate has died at the federal prison in Sumter County where hundreds reportedly have coronavirus. → Read More

Orange County CARES Act Application Site Temporarily Closes

Minutes after opening, it was closed. → Read More

Florida's Governor Deems WWE "Essential Services"

Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis issued an exemption to his own stay-at-home order allowing some sports and media businesses to continue operating. → Read More

Coleman Prison Camp Water Shut Off Amid Legionnaire's Outbreak

The water will be shut off for about 24 hours while workers sanitize the system, prison officials said. Visitation was also canceled this weekend. → Read More

How Can Voters Avoid Falling Victim to "Deepfake" Deception?

With the 2020 general elections only months away, lawmakers and law enforcement agencies are on heightened alert about election interference. → Read More

Mass. lawmakers using Canada's positive results to push for safe injection sites

A group of state lawmakers are pushing for a controversial pilot program aimed at addressing the opioid crisis. → Read More

Heat wave creates toxic algae levels at Tully Lake

A heat wave has put a popular lake in a tough spot as toxic algae levels leave vacationers disappointed → Read More

'Recovery Cafe' initiative to provide safe place for opioid addicts

From the outside looking in, it seems like any other coffee shop, but a "Recovery Cafe" in Lowell will offer much more than just dark roasts and blueberry muffins. → Read More

Lowell city officials consider tougher measures on owners with aggressive dogs

Following a violent attack earlier this week, Lowell city councilors are pushing for tougher measures against aggressive dog owners. → Read More

Mass. officials asking for help in curbing spread of 'giant hogweed'

A dangerous plant is spreading across Massachusetts, and state officials are asking the public to help stop it. → Read More

Mass. immigrant families in jeopardy as Temporary Protection Status nears end

In the face of immigration reform, one immigrant in Massachusetts says he now must choose between leaving his children here or bringing them to a country he says is ‘incredibly dangerous.’ → Read More

CDC: Fentanyl drastically impacting the HIV outbreak in Merrimack Valley

The number of HIV infections is rising in Lowell and Lawrence, with 68 new infections reported since the start of 2017. → Read More

On the bubble: Why Boston-area housing prices keep going up

Real estate agents in Massachusetts say they're seeing more million-dollar homes on the market than ever before. But they also say now could be the time to buy. → Read More

1 arrested, 1 sought in violent robbery caught on camera

Police are searching for one of two men they say viciously attacked a store clerk and stole cash from the register. → Read More

Lawrence groups working to reduce crime after broad daylight shooting

Police in Lawrence say an arrest is expected anytime now in the daytime shooting caught on cell phone video. → Read More

Honor Flight NE sends 57 local heroes to visit their war memorials in D.C.

Honor Flight NE sends 57 local heroes to visit their war memorials in D.C. → Read More

Lowell High School students to return Monday following gas leaks

After days of inspections, Lowell High School will reopen on Monday. → Read More

Lowell High School closed third straight day due to gas leak

Students at Lowell High School have missed three days of school this week after a gas leak forced them to evacuate. → Read More

Lynn residents say they were almost towed while still in car

Crossing the line; that's what some Lynn residents say happened during this week's snow parking ban. → Read More

Opioid-related HIV cases spike in Lowell

HIV cases are rising at an alarming rate in Lowell and experts say dirty needles are to blame. → Read More