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What We Are Working on 11/19/2018 (VIDEO)

November 19, 2018
Lowell Sun

It’s Monday, Nov. 19, 2018. Here is some of what Sun staffers and other news providers are working on for lowellsun.com and Tuesday’s

edition.

With a couple cases of measles reported in Greater Lowell, Reporter

Rick Sobey, rsobey@lowellsun.com, explores the question of whether to

vaccinate as a safeguard against the disease. He’ll also have the

latest on the story.

A state board is back with a decision on the latest in the feud

between Deputy Police Chief David Chartrand and Town Manager James

Duggan. Reporter Amaris Castillo, acastillo@lowellsun.com, has this

story.

Reporter Chris Lisinski, clisinski@lowellsun.com, was in Dracut,

where the Manolis Family Foundation celebrated a milestone Monday: 25

years of distributing Thanksgiving Day meals to the need. What better

way to celebrate than handing out 2,500 turkeys.

Reporter Alana Melanson, amelanson@lowellsun.com, is at the

Chelmsford Board of Selectmen, which will discuss the controversial

topic of taxing local businesses at a higher rate that residential

property owners.

In his first column of the week, Sun Columnist Peter Lucas,

luke1825@aol.com ,shares his thoughts on what the political future

might have in store for Attorney General Maura Healey.

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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