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Hudson residents say possible amazon fulfillment centers pose a threat to the quality of life in surrounding areas

Hudson residents say possible amazon fulfillment centers pose a threat to the quality of life in surrounding areas

(Photo courtesy of CPS Daily News) A digital photo of a skyline with the amazon logo in front of it. Editor Note: This story has been updated since it was first posted on Oct. 12 to include the perspective of Hillwood, the developers of the Hudson Logistic Center. Nothing was removed from the original story.

Teach-in shows the importance of climate action

Lower water levels as a result of warmer weather and less rain. (Taylor Carito/Connector) Andre Ragel Connector Staff Hundreds of students, faculty and environmental advocates gathered on Oct. 19 for the UMass Lowell Climate Change Initiative’s 2017 Teach-In Building Communities for Climate Action held at Cumnock Hall. The Climate Change Teach-In is an annual event

Problems flowing in Lowell canals

Trash and other waste pollute water in the canals of Lowell. (Taylor Carito/ Connector)  Gabriel Bettencourt Connector Contributor When the water levels of the Merrimack River in Lowell are at a high point, the Pawtucket Canal which stretches throughout the city is drained to prevent overflows. During this period, locals of the city and students

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