Behind the White Fence: Lowell’s Poor Farm

It's no secret that Lowell of long ago was more rural, especially in its outskirts - which included the land where Cross Point, Showcase Cinema and Route 3 now sit today.  As you drive along Lowell's Route 110 East today (also known as Chelmsford Street), you'll cross into Lowell just before you pass under Route…Read more Behind the White Fence: Lowell’s Poor Farm

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The Birth of a Chelmsford Landmark

Over 80 years ago, a blacksmith at Lowell's Boott Mills wanted a career change.  He saved his money, bought a dairy farm on Stevens Street, and a plot of swampy land no one wanted not too far away in Chelmsford.  He started his dairy farm, and used his revenues to cart in tons of dirt…Read more The Birth of a Chelmsford Landmark

Merrimack Valley Magazine Feature – Chelmsford’s Thanksgiving Forest

We made the November/December issue of Merrimack Valley Magazine, with an article on Chelmsford's Thanksgiving Forest, just one of the many impressive open spaces in this Merrimack Valley town.  Located just a few minutes south of Chelmsford's town center, the article on Thanksgiving Forest is especially timely, with the Annual Day before Thanksgiving Walk approaching this…Read more Merrimack Valley Magazine Feature – Chelmsford’s Thanksgiving Forest