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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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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 […]
LOWELL — To represent UMass Lowell employees set to lose their jobs, 200 empty chairs, complete with pink slips attached to them, were set up outside UMass Lowell’s Manning School of Business on Thursday morning. UMass Unions United-Lowell created the scene as part of a protest against the university’s plan to layoff employees, due to […]
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 […]