Lowell Fire

Mahoney's Oil Company in Lowell. (WBZ-TV)

Man Seriously Hurt In Explosion At Lowell Gas Station

Police say a 50-year-old man was seriously hurt after an explosion and fire broke out while he was working at a Lowell gas station.


Fire at RSG Contracting Saturday in Lowell. (Photo by Tim McCabe)

2-Alarm Fire Damages Lowell Construction Building

A two-alarm fire damaged a Lowell construction building on Saturday, officials say.


The fire tore through the roof of this home on Varney Street. (WBZ-TV)

Four-Alarm Fire Hits Two Homes In Lowell

Firefighters hampered by high winds and ice on the ground battled a four-alarm fire in Lowell that started in one home and spread to another.


Victims of the Lowell fire were laid to rest on Saturday. (WBZ-TV)

Five Family Members Killed In Lowell Fire Laid To Rest

Five of the seven victims of the recent Branch Avenue fire in Lowell were laid to rest on Saturday.


(WBZ-TV Photo)

Lowell Fatal Fire Ruled Accidental, Electrical Issue Cited As Cause

The fire that killed seven people in Lowell last week was an accident.


The apartment building on Branch Street Monday morning. (Photo by Karen Twomey-WBZ NewsRadio 1030)

Judge Grants Emergency Order To Delay Demolition Of Lowell Apartment Building

The apartment building where seven people died in a fire in Lowell last week will not be torn down as planned on Tuesday.


Hundreds gathered in Lowell on Sunday for a service for the fire victims. (WBZ-TV)

Memorial Service Held For Lowell Fire Victims

A memorial service was held at a Buddhist temple for victims and survivors of the Lowell fire.


(Photo by WBZ-TV's David Robichaud)

Relatives Of Lowell Fire Victim Return To Scene

The fire in Lowell killed seven people in an apartment complex.


(WBZ-TV Photo)

Friends Say Lowell Fire Victims Went Back Inside To Find Dogs

Bobby Downs died along with his roommate Tina Christakos according to family members. They couldn’t get out of their burning third-floor apartment.


(Photo by WBZ-TV's David Robichaud)

Gov. Patrick: Lowell Fire Could Prompt Call For Better Fire Safety Laws

Patrick said the fire could prompt a call for better laws to protect people in apartments.