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Lowell, Seneca County, Ohio
... Lowell is an unincorporated community in Adams Township, Seneca County, Ohio, United States ... communities Adrian Alvada Amsden Berwick Caroline Carrothers Hopewell Lowell Siam Footnotes ‡This populated place also has portions in an adjacent county or counties ...
Lowell Police Department (Massachusetts) - In Popular Culture
... an Academy Award-winning biographical sports drama about Lowell boxer Micky Ward and his brother Dicky Eklund ... Shot in and around Lowell, Sergaent Mickey O'Keefe played himself in the film ... Multiple episodes of the Fox show Cops follow Lowell police officers while on duty ...
Lowell Post Office
... Lowell Post Office is a historic post office at 89 Appleton Street in Lowell, Massachusetts ... It is distinct from US Post Office (Lowell, Massachusetts), which is also listed on the National Register ...
Lowell Police Department (Massachusetts) - History
2013 – present Like other urban American police forces, the Lowell Police Department was founded in the nineteenth century in response to rapid ... innovative "community policing" strategies, which reduced Lowell's crime rate faster than any other American city with over 100,000 residents ... In 2006, he left Lowell to become the commissioner of the Boston Police Department ...
Lowell Fire Department
... The Lowell Fire Department(LFD) provides fire protection and Basic Life Support (BLS) services to the city of Lowell, Massachusetts, the state's fourth ... The Lowell Fire Department serves and protects over 105,000 residents of the city and are often called out on mutual aid to the surrounding cities and towns ...

Famous quotes containing the word lowell:

    As one lamp lights another, nor grows less,
    So nobleness enkindleth nobleness.
    —James Russell Lowell (1819–1891)

    Colonel Shaw
    and his bell-cheeked Negro infantry
    on St. Gaudens shaking Civil War relief,
    propped by a plank splint against the garage’s earthquake.
    —Robert Lowell (1917–1977)

    Some day the soft Ideal that we wooed
    Confronts us fiercely, foe-beset, pursued,
    And cries reproachful: “Was it then my praise,
    And not myself was loved? Prove now thy truth;
    I claim of thee the promise of thy youth.”
    —James Russell Lowell (1819–1891)