Enterprise Editor

Christopher Scott

Christopher Scott has been a member of the Sun staff since 1981, when was a journalism student at Northeastern University. When he graduated in 1984, he was hired full-time as a regional reporter in the Nashoba Valley. In the ensuing years Scott covered many communities in Greater Lowell and Lowell City Hall. He has also been a general assignment and political reporter. He has won numerous awards for investigative and breaking news reporting. He is currently The Sun's enterprise editor, overseeing major projects and day-to-day newsroom operations.

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BOSTON – Gearing up for what’s expected to be another active summer for mosquito-borne illness in Massachusetts, a recently passed Senate bill looks to update the state’s approach to mosquito control. The bill is based on legislation Gov. Charlie Baker filed in April and would give the State Reclamation and Mosquito Control Board new powers […]
BOSTON – People who have participated in any of the hundreds of large demonstrations, marches and protests of the last few weeks, or any other large gathering, should get tested for COVID-19 at one of 50 pop-up testing sites that will be made available free of charge on Wednesday and Thursday, Gov. Charlie Baker said. […]
LOWELL – The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) today announced $11.6 million in two grant awards to the Lowell Regional Transit Authority (LRTA) as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. The authority will use the grant funds to support bus transit and paratransit services, including driver safety […]
LOWELL – James Mabry, Middlesex Community College president since 2015, announced Tuesday he will retire in 2021. James Campbell, president of the MCC Board of Trustees, said in a statement, “I want to sincerely thank President Mabry for his outstanding leadership over the past 51/2 years and I am looking forward to working with him […]
BOSTON – Cautioning of tough days ahead, state officials said Tuesday they are pursuing ways to ramp up capacity for coronavirus testing in Massachusetts and outlined other new initiatives to address ramifications of the pandemic. Gov. Charlie Baker announced new emergency orders he said will “cut red tape so hospitals can staff up faster,” adjust […]
GROTON – Nashoba Arts is proud to present Frozen Jr. featuring 25 actors from the towns of Ayer, Dunstable, Lancaster, Lowell, Lunenburg, Groton, Pepperell and Westford. Frozen Jr. based on the 2018 Broadway musical brings Elsa, Anna, and the magical land of Arendelle to life, onstage at Lawrence Academy on November 22 at 7pm, 23 […]