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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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The recovery continues for the Milford, N.H. woman who suffered what was initially described as life-threatening injuries when her vehicle was struck by another vehicle operated by a Westford man who police say was driving drunk.
PEPPERELL — Milford, N.H., residents Peter and Julie Dupuis, and the family they cherish, are taking it one day at a time after the married couple of nearly four decades had their lives turned upside down in a violent two-car crash in Pepperell on Oct. 4. Julie Dupuis, 59, remains hospitalized, while the driver of […]
WESTFORD — The Lowell Association for the Blind (LAB) received a $10,000 grant to be used to buy new computer workstations, accessible software and accessories. LAB — a nonprofit dedicated to working with the blind and visually impaired — will use the equipment in its Senior Teen Employment Program (STEP) computer training sessions, according to […]