Team Effort Under Way to Help Lowell Fire Victims 7.15.14

By Lyle Moran, Lowell Sun


On Sak has told others he is devastated by the loss of three of his grandchildren during a fire in a Branch Street apartment building last week.Bopha...
Community Response to Violence in the Highlands

UTEC Press Release: June 27, 2014
Contact: Gregg Croteau 978-265-7173

In response to the ...

Strategic Grant Partners invest $1 million in UTEC!

LOWELL -- The United Teen Equality Center will receive a $1 million grant from Strategic Grant Partners to invest in its social programs over the next three years.

UTEC, which focuses on...

Serving a Tasty Change of Life at UTEC Cafe

Lowell Sun, June 12, 2014

Today, he is making Cuban-style rice and beans in...
LHS Class President Tells Grads to Strive, Conquer 6.5.14


LOWELL -- There are times, such as at commencement for a graduating class of high-school seniors, that bigger is just bigger.Lowell High School handed diplomas to 690 students on...
UTEC Director Honored by NASW 5.6.14

UTEC Executive Director Gregg Croteau recently received the Greatest Contribution to Social Work Practice award by the National Association of Social Workers Massachusetts Chapter. 

UTEC Backs Community Safety 5.1.14


Photo Credit: Lowell Sun

Cast a Vote for Democracy

Lowell Sun

It's always heartwarming to witness the joy and pride of those who came to this country in search of a better life when they attain their ultimate goal -- citizenship.That was the...
UTEC Continues its Fight for Vote 17 at Statehouse

By Chelsea Diana, Sun Statehouse Bureau

BOSTON -- Wearing bright blue and orange shirts amid a sea of suits and ties, the members of "Vote 17" -- an effort to let 17-year-olds vote...
SPOTLIGHT: United Teen Equality Center's Youth Empowerment Corps 3.17.14

UTEC's Youth Empowerment Corps (YEC) brings together 14 full-time AmeriCorps members to serve some of the highest-risk of Lowell. The 2012-2013 service year saw many achievements as a direct...