Richard Howe

Lowell City Council Meeting: July 22, 2014

Meeting opens with Councilor Mercier requesting a moment of silence for the seven victims of the Branch Street fire. Mayor Elliott joins in with heartfelt remarks on effect of the tragedy and on the way the entire city pulled together in response to it. He presents commendations to the Lowell…
Boston Globe

Strong Signage Shows Support for Market Basket's Ousted CEO

Call it a sign of the times. Market Basket employees and customers are protesting at stores by posting signs that underscore their support for both the grocery store chain and its ousted leader.
Boston Globe

Strong Signage Shows Support for Market Basket, Ousted CEO

Call it a sign of the times. Market Basket employees and customers are protesting at stores by posting signs that underscore their support for both the grocery store chain and its ousted leader.
Boston Globe

Strong Signage Show Support for Market Basket, Ousted CEO

Call it a sign of the times. Market Basket employees and customers are protesting at stores by posting signs that underscore their support for both the grocery store chain and its ousted leader.
Richard Howe

‘More for Your Dollar’ Mustang & the Promising ’60s’

This is a re-post from July 2013, pulled from the richardhowe.com archives—PM The media coverage of family friction involving the owners of the Market Basket supermarket empire sent me back in the Time Tunnel to the mid-1960s, maybe 1965, when the Ford Mustang was the sports car of the moment…
Boston Globe

Pols Line Up In Support of Market Basket Walkout

The growing number of Market Basket protests, fired employees, and empty shelves are starting to make their impact felt in the 2014 election cycle among Massachusetts and New Hampshire candidates.
Boston Globe

Market Basket Is Now a Hot 2014 Election Topic

The growing number of Market Basket protests, fired employees, and empty shelves are starting to make their impact felt in the political world and on the 2014 election cycle.
Town Crier

Price Gouging?

TEWKSBURY / WILMINGTON The Town Crier editorial staff has heard rumors of price gouging in reaction to the Market Basket situation. Have you heard of or seen any?
Town Crier

Rt 495 Shut Down

TEWKSBURY - Protesters, both employees and customers, have cause a traffic jam that extends up onto and blocks Rt 495 in Tewksbury at the Rt 38 intersection near the Lowell line.
Richard Howe

Lowell Week in Review – July 20, 2014

With no city council meeting this week due to the summer schedule, city political activity was a bit light. On Tuesday, the city officially posted the job of Assistant City Manager which I think is a good thing. Beginning with Jim Sullivan in 1971, almost every city manager had a…
Town Crier

Satterfield appointed to Congressional Youth Cabinet

TEWKSBURY - Calvin Satterfield recently received an appointment to the Congressional Youth Cabinet, an organization run by Congressman Tierney that works to solve community and family issues.
Town Crier

“Step up communication”

Selectmen tell pipeline company Kinder Morgan to
Town Crier
Your Town

Local students earn honors at Malden Catholic High School

Malden Catholic High School, one of New England’s leading college preparatory high schools for young men, has announced that the following local students received honors for distinguished academic performance during the second quarter of the 2013-2014 school year:
Your Town

Middlesex DA pushes for domestic violence bill after Jared Remy case

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan is pushing legislation that increases penalties on defendants with a history of violence and in cases where the victim is a household or family member.
Your Town

A look at the two candidates in Tuesday's special election to replace Ed Markey in Congress

Here are brief biographies of the two candidates, Katherine Clark and Frank Addivinola Jr.
Your Town

Middlesex Sherriff's Office wishes all a happy and safe holiday season

The most wonderful season of the year is upon us; a time of joyous celebration with family, friends and loved ones.
Your Town

Massachusetts hunting, fishing licenses for 2014 available

The 2014 hunting, sporting, fishing, and trapping licenses will be available for purchase starting on Monday.
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