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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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BOSTON — The Department of Public Health announced 42 new confirmed deaths caused by COVID-19 on Wednesday, bringing the total number of confirmed deaths to 7,752 statewide. Health officials also revealed there were an additional six probable deaths related to the virus on Wednesday, brining the total number of confirmed and probable COVID-19 deaths to […]
Devens food pantry prepares to reopen
The Department of Public Health announced Sunday afternoon that the statewide death toll from COVID-19 rose to five, and officials revealed that a woman in her 50s from Ayer was the second to die of the virus a day earlier. Meanwhile, Billerica announced in a public statement that a fifth person in Billerica tested positive […]
AYER — A family was displaced and one person was hospitalized for smoke inhalation after a two-alarm fire broke out on Saturday, authorities say. The fire at the single-family home at 22 Bligh St. was reported to emergency crews around 5:20 p.m., according to Ayer Fire Capt. Timothy Shea. Firefighters arrived on the scene to […]
LOWELL – Minutes after President Donald Trump wrapped up his State of the Union on Tuesday night, Rep. Lori Trahan expressed disappointment the commander and chief didn’t provide “more substance and more plans” during his address. “Especially as it pertains to healthcare,” Trahan said. “Those are the issues I hear about every time I go […]