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Dracut bank heist allegedly suspect's fifth - Lowell Sun Online
Lowell Sun
LOWELL -- A 55-year-old Lowell man who was previously charged with robbing four other banks was ordered held on $10000 cash bail Friday on charges he ...

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Memorial Day events in Lowell, Greater Lowell
Lowell Sun
Lowell Police & Fire line up at the Memorial Day Ceremony held at Lowell Cemetery. SUN/Caley McGuane. A Sun Staff report. Memorial Day weekend is the time of year many have now considered the beginning of summer. What it has always been, though, ...
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Memorial Day parades and observances on the South ShoreThe Patriot Ledger

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'Live a life of purpose and passion,' MCC grads told (VIDEO)
Lowell Sun
Middlesex Community College students Keana Melendez, left, of Methuen, and Skyla Wozniak of Lowell get their picture at Lowell Memorial Auditorium during their graduation Thursday. See a slide show and video from the ceremony at See a ...

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UTEC program draws praise from The Boston Foundation
Lowell Sun
A state official called the Lowell organization's work to prevent youth recidivism while also offering social benefits "incredible." Members of UTEC traveled to The Boston Foundation on Thursday to tell the group's story and to present information ...

Setting up minority 'bloc' districts avoids the real problem
Lowell Sun
If voters feel their vote doesn't count, it might be because they have not taken the initiative to inform themselves. As to the Lowell High School project, a minority former city councilor says, "A lot of people didn't really hear about it up until ...

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