What We Are Working on 9/19/2018 (VIDEO)
It’s Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2018. Here is some of what Sun staffers and other news providers are working on for lowellsun.com and Thursday’s edition.
Reporter Chris Lisinski, email@example.com, has the latest on
the labor stand-off between UMass Lowell and its adjuncts, which
spilled into public view Wednesday during the UMass Board of Trustees
meeting at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center.
Reporter Amaris Castillo, firstname.lastname@example.org, has the latest on
former Tyngsboro tax collector Nancy Dutton, who appears ready to
plead guilty to charges she stole tax revenue from the community.
Reporter Elizabeth Dobbins, email@example.com, is at the Lowell
School Committee, which is scheduled to discuss reducing the number of
vacations school children are allotted each year.,
Reporter Rick Sobey, firstname.lastname@example.org, is covering Karen
Casella’s meeting with the Sun Editorial board. Casella, an employee
of the North Middlesex Register of Deeds, is running as independent in
November against her boss, Register Richard Howe, Jr.
Reporter Amaris Castillo, email@example.com, is reporting that
the town of Dracut has a higher bond rating, which means it will cost
less for the community to borrow money.
Reporter Aaron Curtis, firstname.lastname@example.org, covered a
meet-and-greet meeting at the Lowell Senior Center Tuesday evening
between city residents and Kelly Richardson, Lowell’s new police
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