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Aaron Curtis

Aaron Curtis is designated as the nighttime emergency response reporter throughout Greater Lowell. A native of upstate New York, Aaron Curtis previously worked as a reporter for upstate daily newspapers including The Palladium-Times, based in Oswego, and The Daily Messenger, located in Canandaigua. Aaron is a graduate of the State University of New York at Oswego.

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DRACUT — A delivery driver’s car was stolen at gunpoint outside an apartment complex on 18th Street shortly before 10 p.m. Monday, according to Dracut police. The car, a gold 2003 Nissan Altima, was found abandoned by Lowell police in the area of Richards and North Llewellyn streets — near the Christian Hill Reservoir — […]
LOWELL — Enterprise Bank saw a significant increase in this year’s third-quarter earnings, with 13 percent more net income compared to last year’s third-quarter earnings, company officials announced in a recent press release. Enterprise’s net income for the quarter ending Sept. 30 was $9 million, an increase of $1 million compared to the quarter ending […]
DRACUT — After six years on the job, recently embattled Dracut Town Manager Jim Duggan abruptly resigned from his position on Wednesday afternoon. In a statement released by Duggan, he called his resignation “a mutually agreed upon decision with the Board of Selectmen,” and comes during a time when the town’s “financial stability has never […]
Threat at Dracut middle school proves unfounded
LOWELL — Customers have until the end of the year to drop in for a bite to eat at JJ Boomers in the city’s Pawtucketville neighborhood. James C. Watson, the restaurant’s founder and general manager, recently confirmed the spot for traditional American grub and drinks will close its doors Dec. 31 as part of the […]