What We Are Working on 11/7/2018 (VIDEO)
It’s Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018. Here is some of what Sun staffers and other news providers are working on for lowellsun.com and Thursday’s
Massachusetts now has a record four women representing the state in
Congress, including the recently elected Lori Trahan, Democrat of
Westford, replacing Rep. Niki Tsongas, of Lowell. Reporter Chris
Lisinski, firstname.lastname@example.org, is speaking to some of those woman
about their messages, priorities, and the long campaign that just
Tewksbury police have arrested a Lowell man and charged him with
“tagging” dozens of properties in town, including the beloved 9/11
Memorial on Sept. 11. Police dubbed him the “serial tagger.”
Reporter Rick Sobey, rsobey@lowellsun., who has reported extensively
on Middlesex Community College, has a story about the college’s
finances improving after a period of distress.
Reporter Alana Melanson, email@example.com, is chasing down
the final results of the two-way race for North Middlesex Register of
Deeds, where incumbent Richard Howe, Jr., of Lowell, beat out a
challenge from within his own office.
Melanson is also following the tragic story of a pedestrian killed
by a commuter rail train in Billerica Wednesday morning.
Reporter Amaris Castillo, a firstname.lastname@example.org, is chasing down
the final results for the Dracut seat on the Greater Lowell Regional
Technical High School.
Reporter Elizabeth Dobbins, email@example.com, is covering the
Lowell Board of Health meeting, during which members will discuss what
they’ve termed as “critical” sanitary code violations at city schools.
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