Senior Ayinde Hikim (Washington, D.C.) logged a game-high 20 points as one of seven double-digit scorers for the UMass Lowell men’s basketball team in a 117-69 win against Fisher.
HUDSON, N.H. — A 31-year-old Hudson man was arrested early Saturday morning for allegedly pushing his girlfriend to get inside her Greenfield Drive home, and then punching her in the face.
LOWELL — The tumultuous and allegedly violent relationship between City Councilor Corey Robinson and his on-again/off-again girlfriend took yet another turn in a case that has rocked the city since the Centralville district councilor was arraigned in Lowell District Court on Nov. 16, on two counts of domestic assault and battery.
Denny Laine, a British singer, songwriter and guitarist who performed in an early, pop-oriented version of the Moody Blues and was later Paul McCartney’s longtime sideman in the ex-Beatle’s solo band Wings, has died at age 79. Laine sang lead on the Moody Blues' breakthrough hit “Go Now” and with Wings performed on such hits as “Band On the Run” and “My Love.” Laine continued to record and tour in recent years, his albums including “The Blue Musician.” He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall...
LOWELL — All eyes will be on the City Council meeting Tuesday night, less for the agenda than for whether embattled and accused City Councilor Corey Robinson shows up to take his seat on the chamber floor.
The NFL made the right decision by flexing the New England Patriots’ game against Kansas City out of the high-profile “Monday Night Football” broadcast and into a regular old Sunday afternoon slot. The once-proud Patriots are 2-10, the worst record in the AFC. Things have gotten so bad for the six-time Super Bowl champions that the league pulled their Week 15 matchup against Kansas City out of prime time. Sunday’s 6-0 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers showed how poor the NFL product can be. With...
LOWELL — U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan was joined by author and journalist Mattie Kahn Monday morning for a conversation about Kahn’s first book about the impact on young women and girls in American history, a book that begins with the story of the girls who worked in Lowell’s textile mills in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Don’t we all deserve to know the truth? Our nation recently marked the 60th anniversary of the Nov. 22, 1963, assassination of President John F. Kennedy.