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Navigating the cracks: a look into Lowell’s pothole predicament

Navigating the cracks: a look into Lowell’s pothole predicament

(Photo courtesy of Shark1053) “Potholes in the street.” Mitch Becker Connector Contributor  With the snowy winters and warm summers in Lowell, it can cause a lot of damage to the city’s roads, but many people don’t know that we can help the city repair these potholes.  Why are there so many potholes in Lowell? Firstly,

Why I’m hesitant to vote in the 2022 midterms

(Photo courtesy of NY1) “This map shows the Senate seats up for re-election in the 2022 midterms.” Tanner Hume Connector Editor The mid-term elections are arguably the most important time of any presidential term, as this decides how the rest of the term will play out, either for good or for worse. But honestly, I

Spring weather outlook

Eleazar Saintius Connector Staff Spring started off cold and on a stormy note.  The end of March and the first two or three days of April were beautiful. The weather channel observed a high temperature of seventy-two on April 2. Afterwards, a brief winter pattern took hold.  Late season snow and cold took the stage.

Smith, River Hawks sweep season series with UMass Amherst

C.J. Smith continued his hot streak by tallying a goal and an assist in Friday night’s 4-2 victory over UMass Amherst. (Photo courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics) Hannah Manning Connector Staff UMass Lowell got goals from four different players, and came out of Friday night’s nonconference matchup against rival UMass Amherst with a 4-2 win.