Kaitlin Mulkerin, The Lowell Sun

Kaitlin Mulkerin

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Past articles by Kaitlin:

Westford officer saves life of girl in Florida

WESTFORD — An officer’s oath to protect and serve stretched beyond the bounds of Massachusetts when he gave lifesaving CPR to an 8-year-old girl while vacationing in Florida. On Nov. 8, Officer Joh… → Read More

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Screening Committee to help select new fire chief LITTLETON — As the town searches for a new fire chief, applications have been received from residents for two citizens at large positions on … → Read More

Chelmsford Police to host annual Fill-A-Cruiser event to benefit Toys For Tots

CHELMSFORD — The Chelmsford Police Department will host a Fill-A-Cruiser event to benefit Toys for Tots this year on Saturday, Dec. 4. “We look forward to hosting this event each year to help… → Read More

National Grid debuts electric Ford cargo van in Lowell

LOWELL — For the next month, National Grid will be pilot-testing a fully electric Ford E-Transit cargo van for daily operations in the area. The kickoff of the collaboration with the Ford Mot… → Read More

Chelmsford receives $680,000 MassWorks grant for Route 40 water main upgrades

CHELMSFORD — State Housing and Economic Development Secretary Mike Kennealy came to town Wednesday to announce a $680,000 MassWorks Infrastructure Program grant to fund upgrades to a water ma… → Read More

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COVID-19 vaccine booster clinic set for Thursday CHELMSFORD — There will be a COVID-19 vaccine booster clinic from 4 to 7 p.m. Thursday at the Senior Center. Currently, only Moderna is availa… → Read More

Chelmsford Select Board discusses multifamily housing project

CHELMSFORD — Ahead of a Special Town Meeting with related articles, the Select Board on Monday discussed an agreement to develop the former UMass Lowell West Campus into multifamily housing. … → Read More

UMass Lowell wins $1.5 million grant to boost success of Asian American students

LOWELL — Receiving nearly $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Education, UMass Lowell plans to create a center that supports the university’s Asian American and Pacific Islander students… → Read More

UMass Lowell researchers showcase innovations to improve soldier protection

LOWELL -- From new materials for transparent body armor, to a sensor on drones for use as a way finder underground, UMass Lowell researchers showcased their innovations created to improve soldier protection and effectiveness in the field. → Read More

‘Every day is Veterans Day for us’ – Lowell Sun

LOWELL — Matt Elkins was sitting in a college class on Sept. 11, 2001, when he heard the news that the World Trade Center had been attacked. He recalled the moment of realization, after the s… → Read More

Project 300’s 46th annual food drive off to big start – Lowell Sun

CHELMSFORD — Project 300, one of the largest school food drives in the state, has donations pouring in to McCarthy Middle School ahead of the holiday season on its 46th anniversary. The pre-T… → Read More

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Events slated for Chelmsford Art Society and Garrison House CHELMSFORD — The Chelmsford Art Society will feature an art demonstration at 7 p.m. Nov. 17 by award-winning artist Raksha Soni, wh… → Read More

Big turnout at Littleton vaccination clinic for age 5-11

LITTLETON — The town and Littleton Public Schools held their first COVID-19 vaccination clinic for children ages 5-11 less than a week after the CDC recommended the Pfizer-BioNTech pediatric … → Read More

UMass Lowell No. 19 among top 100 women-led businesses in state

LOWELL — UMass Lowell, led by Chancellor Jacquie Moloney, is ranked among the top 20 organizations on the Top 100 Women-Led Businesses in Massachusetts list for the fifth consecutive year. Lo… → Read More

Lisa Golden appointed Lowell health and human services director

LOWELL — City Manager Eileen Donoghue has appointed Lisa Golden to serve as the city’s director of health and human services. Golden has more than 30 years of clinical and public health exper… → Read More

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Littleton COVID-19 vaccination clinic LITTLETON — The town and Littleton Public Schools are working with VaxinateRx and Health Care Family Pharmacy to offer four community COVID-19 vaccination clin… → Read More

Westford superintendent has role of a lifetime

WESTFORD — Christopher Chew loved his time as an actor, but now he’s in his favorite role — superintendent for Westford Public Schools. He’s been in the job since July 1, th… → Read More

Federal initiative awards $3 million to UML to develop new undergraduate, graduate programs

LOWELL — UMass Lowell was awarded a $3 million grant to develop new undergraduate and graduate programs in public health informatics and technology, to educate diverse students for vital jobs… → Read More

Corey Robinson wins Centralville City Council seat

LOWELL — A neighborhood rarely represented in local government, Centralville elected Corey Robinson, a union activist and former city public works employee to City Council. Robinson ran again… → Read More

Kim Scott wins South Lowell City Council seat

LOWELL — Former School Committee member Kim Scott secured the South Lowell City Council seat against Tooch Van, one of the plaintiffs of the voting rights lawsuit, and the outreach and transl… → Read More