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Leominster is now known as "The Pioneer Plastics City" because of its thriving plastics industry from the early part of the twentieth century to present day and as "The Home of Street Hockey" due to its contributions to the game. Leominster was also a major contributor in the Underground Railroad. The Emory Stearn Schoolhouse and the John Drake home led anti-slavery campaigns and helped house slaves on their journey to freedom.

Population: 41303
Local Newspapers: Sentinel & Enterprise
Local Sports Teams: Boston Red Sox (MLB) New England Patriots (NFL) Boston Celtics (NBA) Boston Bruins (NHL)
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Towns/Cities near leominster, massachusetts : Fitchburg Clinton Shirley Lunenburg

Leominster News
Planting the seeds of health

As the temperatures hit the high 60s this past Thursday and the snow began to melt, spring was in the air, and that means the beginning of gardening season in New England. And in preparation for the upcoming gardening season and promoting good health, Growing Places invites the community and gardeners to its Sixth Annual Food Gardeners' Gathering on Saturday at the Boys & Girls Club, located at 365 Lindell Ave. in Leominster.

DNA recovered from Vanessa Marcotte murder scene IDs 'person of interest,' DA Early says

DNA recovered from the scene of former Leominster resident Vaness Marcotte's murder in Princeton in August has positively identified "a person of interest," Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. announced Thursday. While there are no matches of the DNA with anyone tested who has been convicted of a felony throughout the U.S., he described the person of interest as a Hispanic or Latino man in his 30s, with an athletic build and who either was bald or had short hair at the time of the Aug. 7 murder.

Tony-winning show in March at New Players

The New Players Theatre Guild has announced its upcoming production of the Tony Award-winning comedy "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" by Christopher Durang. The show is directed by Gary M. Kendall of Leominster and will be presented for six performances -- March 10, 11, 17 and 18, at 8 p.m., with Sunday matinees at 2 p.m., on March 12 and 19, at the theater, 15 Rollstone St. "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" revolves around the relationships of three middle-aged single siblings, two of whom live together in the family home in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Two Leominster men arrested in armed robbery

Two men were arrested Saturday night on charges they robbed a man at knife-point on Pleasant Street, a department spokesman said. William Ryan Couture, 30, of 38 Walnut St. and Johnathan Rivera, 25, of 20 Wells Court were each charged with one count of armed robbery and one count of larceny over $250.

Police: Ashburnham man brought guns to Fitchburg to try to sell illegally

An Ashburnham man was arraigned in District Court on Monday on charges he traveled to Fitchburg with plans to illegally sell several firearms. Eric Crocker, 38, of 18 Main St. was arraigned on two counts of carrying a firearm without a license, improper storing of a firearm, and possession of a Class B drug for the Feb. 17 incident.

Natale Santora, 86, of Shrewsbury

Nal Santora was a son of Italian immigrants who instilled a hard work ethic in all of their children. Nal worked as a mason in earlier years and it was a trade he maintained all his life.

Doggone shame

For starters, they typically live shorter lives than people, so they don't have as much time to leave a legacy. They also spend most of their days around their owners, meaning the impact of their loss affects only a relatively small group of people.

Kindness cuts deeply with veterans

WHEN THE Sentinel & Enterprise recently published a story about the students from Alexander Academy giving free haircuts to the residents of Village Rest Home in Leominster, it was clear the significance went beyond a simple act of kindness. For the residents of the home who are U.S. military veterans, the ability to get a haircut is part of an important, deeply ingrained ritual.

Fitchburg police asking for help in locating nun missing since Thursday night

Local police are searching for a 79-year-old nun who has not been seen since she left her retirement home Thursday evening, according to a department spokesman. "She was at her residence on Prospect Street and was last seen by her fellow residents at around 9 p.m. last night.

No time for boredom this vacation week

From left, Steve Tarver and Stony Clark, 8, join Cliff McMullan and Syeira Clark, 13, in the iditarod races during Lancaster's third annual Winter Festival at Thayer Field in 2014. The town will hold the festival again on Feb. 25. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE FILE PHOTO Sentinel and Enterprise staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.

A haircut, yes. But so much more

There was no striped pole spinning outside the front door. There were no mirrors obscured with bottles of hair products or jars of Barbicide.

Fed funds for Fitchburg Historical Society

The Fitchburg Historical Society announced on Feb. 8 that it received more than $2,000 in funding from the Fitchburg Cultural Council in support of its public history programs and the 125th Anniversary Campaign for Community Engagement. The money will help to support new history exhibitions and programs during its 125th Anniversary year, which began Feb. 3. The Fitchburg Historical Society was founded in 1892 to preserve, protect and interpret the history of Fitchburg, a city known for its leadership in manufacturing, innovation and such progressive ideas as the five-day work week and the abolition of slavery.

Icicle Ball to benefit LHS bands

The Leominster High School Band Boosters will host the seventh annual Icicle Ball on Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Doubletree by Hilton, 99 Erdman Way. Cocktails begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner at 7 p.m. Music will be provided by the LHS Jazz Band.

Call went out. They answered for Leominster firefighter

A firetruck and a pair of ambulances sat parked outside the Leominster Knights of Columbus Wednesday night and there wasn't a single emergency to be seen. Inside the building's function hall, Leominster's first responders dined alongside hundreds of other local residents, all of them braving the winter weather to rally around local firefighter Jimmy Cameron.

Leominster man arraigned in alleged road rage

Gabriel Rosado, 28, of 58 Graham St., allegedly chased after another vehicle on Elm Street, causing his vehicle to roll over, on Dec. 28, according to a police report. After being arraigned in Leominster District Court, Rosado was released on a written promise to appear at his next court date.

Keep safety first

For those entertaining thoughts of escaping another winter without a significant snowstorm, that recent one-two punch of the white stuff ushered in a shovelful of New England reality. After that record-breaking onslaught two years ago, we deserved a break, and that's what we received last winter, and through January, it looked like we were on track for another relatively snow-free season.

Plastic manufacturer celebrates anniversary by giving to others

While lying in bed last February, David Tall decided he was going to take a "shotgun approach" to celebrating Alpha Rho's 50 years of business, distributing donations to organizations in the communities that helped the manufacturing company survive and thrive during its half century. Since the manufacturer of rigid-plastic boxes celebrated its 50th anniversary in February 2016, Tall, whose father Alvan founded the company, has donated $100 to various organizations in Fitchburg and Leominster in each of the last 50 weeks.

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