Senator Donoghue's Amendment Encourages Innovative Non-Profits & Generates Government Savings

MAY 22, 2012

Senator Eileen Donoghue (D-Lowell), along with co-sponsor Senator Barry Finegold (D-Andover), filed an amendment to the Senate budget to help make Massachusetts the first state in the country to pioneer social innovation financing. Social Impact Bonds are a new and innovative approach to...
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Senator Donoghue & Lowell Senior Center Host Senior Forum

SEPTEMBER 27, 2011

Senator Eileen Donoghue will be hosting a senior forumon Friday, September 30th from 9:30 a.m. to 11a.m at the Lowell Senior Center.All senior citizens are welcome to come, have a cup of coffee, and discuss any ongoing concernsthey may have. The goal of the forum is to encourage an open dialogue...
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Senator Donoghue, Representative Nangle & Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone Hold Briefing on Dangerous Weapons

MAY 10, 2012

Senator Eileen Donoghue, Representative David Nangle, and DistrictAttorney Gerry Leone will be holding an informational briefing on Dangerous Weapons onTuesday, May 10th at 10 a.m. in Room 222.The briefing will feature information relating to SB 761/ HB 1349, An Act Relative toDangerous Weapons...
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Senator Donoghue Announces Public Safety Grant Awarded to Lowell Police Department

SEPTEMBER 26, 2011

Senator Eileen M. Donoghue (D- First Middlesex) is proud to announcethat the Lowell Police Department has been awarded $212, 774.07 through a competitive grantprogram from the Executive Office of Public Safety.“I want to thank Governor Patrick and Secretary Heffernan for making public safety a...
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Patrick-Murray Administration, Senator Donoghue, Representative Murphy Announce Funding For the Paige Apartments

MAY 09, 2012

(BOSTON, MA) – Wednesday, May 9, 2012 -- The Patrick-Murray Administration todayannounced $900,000 for the Paige Apartments in Lowell. The project is part of a $105 millionstatewide investment that will build or preserve 2,196 housing units and create an estimated3,000 construction jobs across...
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Senator Donoghue & City Manager Lynch Proud to Announce Donation To Merrimack Valley Food Bank

APRIL 24, 2012

Senator Eileen M. Donoghue & City Manager Bernie Lynch are proud toannounce that this year’s St. Patrick’s Day breakfast raised close to $5,000 for the MerrimackValley Food Bank. On Friday, April 27th at 10:30 a.m., Senator Donoghue and City ManagerLynch will hold a press conference in the...
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Committee on Tourism, Arts and Cultural Development Hold Their Third Listening Tour in Lowell

SEPTEMBER 09, 2011

Senator Eileen Donoghue (D-Lowell) and Representative Sarah Peake (D-Provincetown), chairsof the Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts and Cultural Development, will be holding their third listening tour inLowell on Monday, September 12th. The committee held the first stop on the tour in Provincetown...
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Lowell Delegation Holds Press Conference Regarding Recent Lowell Grants

FEBRUARY 22, 2012

(BOSTON, MA) – Senator Eileen Donoghue and Representatives Kevin Murphy, Tom Golden,and David Nangle held a press conference today with City Manager Bernie Lynch and PoliceChief Ken Lavallee to recognize several recent grants awarded to the City.In January, the City of Lowell was awarded...
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Eileen Donoghue Announces Endorsements from NEPBA, SEIU/NAGE 5000, AFSCME Local 1705, other groups

SEPTEMBER 02, 2010

Lowell, MA – Eileen Donoghue, a candidate for State Senate in the 1st Middlesex district, announced a variety of endorsements today from major groups throughout the district.  Over the past few weeks, Donoghue has been endorsed by the following groups: ·         New England Police...
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Fact Check – Chris Doherty’s negative politics and baseless attacks

AUGUST 25, 2010

Lowell, MA – Chris Doherty continued his negative and baseless attacks against Eileen Donoghue yesterday, making inaccurate claims about Donoghue’s record on the City Council in his latest mailer.   Doherty’s claim:  “While Eileen Donoghue was in office, the Lowell city budget...
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Eileen Donoghue Announces Major Westford Endorsements 

SEPTEMBER 03, 2010

Westford, MA – Eileen Donoghue, a candidate for State Senate in the 1st Middlesex District, was endorsed today by a number of prominent Westford leaders, including Bob Jeffries, chairman of the Westford Board of Selectman, Selectwoman Andrea Peraner-Sweet, School Committee Member Angela...
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Eileen Donoghue releases new web video on integrity and endorses bill calling for earlier disclosure of campaign fundraising and spending

JULY 23, 2010

Supporters cite Donoghue’s honesty   Lowell, MA – Eileen Donoghue, a candidate for State Senate in the 1st Middlesex District, released a new web video today highlighting her reputation for honesty, and also endorsed a bill filed by State Senator Cynthia Creem which would require...
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Lowell Firefighters Union backs Eileen Donoghue in State Senate race

MAY 27, 2010

LOWELL – Lowell Firefighters Local 853 this week unanimously endorsed Eileen Donoghue in the race for state senate, with the nearly 200 members calling her the candidate best suited to lead the First Middlesex District on Beacon Hill. “When she was on the city council and as serving as...
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Sheila Capone backs Eileen Donoghue in State Senate race

MAY 27, 2010

LOWELL – Lowell resident Sheila Capone-Wulsin, the former executive director of the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus, announced her endorsement on Thursday of Eileen Donoghue in the state senate race for the First Middlesex District. Citing her experience working alongside Donoghue on...
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Crowd of supporters join Eileen Donoghue for Senate campaign announcement

MAY 27, 2010

LOWELL – Former Lowell Mayor Eileen Donoghue formally announced her candidacy for the state Senate today, launching a campaign built on her strong leadership skills and experience as a longtime local elected official who helped steward some of the city’s greatest economic development...
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