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What We Are Working on 11/7/2018 (VIDEO)

November 7, 2018

Lowell Sun

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

edition.

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, clisinski@lowellsun.com, is speaking to some of those woman

about their messages, priorities, and the long campaign that just

ended.

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, amelanson@lowellsun.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 castillo@lowellsun.com, is chasing down

the final results for the Dracut seat on the Greater Lowell Regional

Technical High School.

Reporter Elizabeth Dobbins, edobbins@lowellsun.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.

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 Editor

Jim Campanini (@suneditor) or jcampanini@lowellsun.com.

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