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What We Are Working on 1/4/2019 (VIDEO)

January 4, 2019
Lowell Sun

It’s Friday, Jan. 4, 2019. Here is some of what Sun staffers and other news providers are working on for lowellsun.com and Saturday’s

edition:

An armed home invasion in Tyngsboro Thursday night has local and

state police searching for the alleged suspect, a Nashua teenager.

Reporter Elizabeth Dobbins, edobbins@lowellsun.com, is chasing this

story.

An unleashed dog attacked another dog leashed dog recently in Lowell

and the owners of the dog that was restrained want justice,

considering there is a leash law in Lowell. Dobbins also has this

story.

Capitalizing on the popularity of ancestries, a Dracut business has

developed playing cards based on family ancestries. Reporter Alana

Melanson, amelanson@lowellsun.com, has this story.

Gov. Charlie Baker and House Speaker Robert DeLeo this week

announced it is their priority to propose and adopt laws to test

drivers who are allegedly stoned on pot. This story is from the Boston

Herald.

Reporter Chris Lisinski, clisinski@lowellsun, will have a story out

of Westford, focusing on the public school department and its growing

budget deficit.

Find us on Twitter at: @lowellsunnews; on Facebook at

www.facebook.com/lowellsun; on our mobile app; or on

www.lowellsun.com. We welcome your suggestions, comments and

contributions to staff members via their email addresses, or to Sun

Enterprise Editor Christopher Scott, cscott@lowellsun.com.

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