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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
Leominster PD: Murder suspect had strangulation fetish

LEOMINSTER – James P. Vallaincourt, the man accused of killing a woman in his Walnut Street house earlier this month, had a strangulation fetish, according to court documents. The victim, Corrinna L. Santiago, 42, of Fitchburg, was found by authorities with a necktie around her neck and was nearly nude, the documents show.

Clare M. Stein, 85, of Westborough

Clare M. Stein, of Westborough, passed away peacefully with family Sunday, July 16, 2017 at the age of 85 after a brief illness. She was the beloved wife of the late Richard J. Stein for over 50 years.

Leominster Credit Union annual meeting selects

During the annual meeting of the Leominster Credit Union at the credit union's executive and operations building the annual financial highlights were discussed as was the election of new board members. The president's report presented the financial highlights for 2016.

Police: 43-year-old man worked as drug runner for two men

The 43-year-old city man who police say worked as a drug "runner" for two men accused of heroin distribution was indicted in Worcester Superior Court on Tuesday. Rafael G. Cruz, who is homeless, was indicted and arraigned on charges, including distribution of a class A drug, subsequent offense, according to court documents.

Calling Thomas Edison -- or maybe Jimi Hendrix

DEAR BONNIE: I recently came across the book "Archangels & Ascended Masters" by Doreen Virtue. I am curious as to the difference between an "Angel, archangel, spirit guide and ascended master."

AG Maura Healey will visit Leominster's Spanish American Center Wednesday

Attorney General Maura Healey, who announced that her office is awarding $300,000 in grant funding to 70 organizations across the state to fund nearly 200 summer jobs for local youth focused on health and well-being, will visit Leominster's Spanish American Center Wednesday morning. "Summer jobs empower young people to gain new skills and contribute to their communities," said Healy in a press release about the grants.

Sixty-five teachers rehired

An unexpected change of location forced roughly 100 local parents and teachers to cram inside Appleseeds Restaurant at Leominster High School for Monday night's School Committee meeting. Originally scheduled for the high school auditorium, the meeting crowded dozens into the cramped restaurant, eventually spilling the audience out into the hallway.

Burnt hot dog triggers assault and battery charges

A city man whose burnt hot dog triggered a fire alarm in his apartment is charged with assault and battery on a firefighter who responded to the call Sunday, according to court documents. Police say Rene R. Pastor, 59, 135 Third Street, Apt.

AG backs Flanagan bill to raise fine for corporate manslaughter

Attorney General Maura Healey joined worker safety advocates Tuesday to ask lawmakers to update the penalty for companies found responsible for death, a fine that has not changed since before Maine voted to secede from Massachusetts. The $1,000 fine for corporate manslaughter, Healey said, is "in desperate need of an update with some real deterrence."

Leominster man charged with indecent exposure

A city man was arrested and held on bail after workers at Rollstone Bank reported seeing him urinate in a nearby business' flower beds three times from Friday to Tuesday, according to court documents. Patrick K. O'Connor, 55, whose address is listed on court records as homeless and as living at 16 Portland St., is facing charges of indecent exposure, lewdness, and trespassing, according to court documents.

Bridge over Nashua River on Rt. 13 in Leominster may be closed for next week

The bridge over the Nashua River on Route 13 is expected to remain closed for repairs into late next week as crews work to repair a damaged sewer line, Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella said during a press conference Wednesday. "It will be as long as next Friday or it could be sooner," he said.

Superintendent Jolicoeur: Leominster Public Schools diligently working past difficult budget season

The Leominster Public Schools have evolved into a very high performing school district over the past six years due to the extraordinary work of students, staff, parents, administrators and our community as a whole. Leominster has been recognized for its innovation and entrepreneurial approach to education, and we are very proud of the work that has been accomplished.

Leominster council seeks state DOR review of finances

The City Council voted unanimously Monday night to approve a petition asking Mayor Dean Mazzarella to request a review of the city's finances by the Department of Revenue. "I think the administration should really take heed of a lot of the discussion that has gone on down here," said At-large Councilor John Dombrowski, who submitted the petition with At-large Councilor Sue Chalifoux Zephir.

Mailer targets reps over pay hike

State Rep. Cory Atkins is among at least five House members targeted in a Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance mailer sent to constituents that blasts the lawmakers' votes in January to boost legislative pay. Rep. Natalie Higgins, a Leominster Democrat targeted in the mailer, on Tuesday said statements included in the mailer, sent to voters in her district Thursday, are inaccurate and that it was intended to break down trust between officials and their constituents.

Foundation keeps Coach Austin's legacy alive

"Over the years so many of the kids in Leominster had him as a coach, and if you didn't you missed out," she said. Phillips first encountered Austin when he started coaching her now adult son for football nearly 35 years ago, right around the same time fellow Leominster resident Kelly Joseph became friends with the beloved coach.

Driver killed in 3-vehicle crash in Lancaster

A motorist was killed Thursday in a multivehicle crash on Lunenburg Road , police said, the fourth driver fatality in Lancaster or Bolton in two weeks. Three vehicles were heavily damaged in the crash about 1:45 p.m. Thursday near Kimball Farm, according to Lancaster Police Lt.

Cyclist injured in collision with SUV in Fitchburg

Police are investigating the collision of a motor vehicle and a bicycle at Boutelle and St. Bernard street on Thursday afternoon that injured the teenage cyclist. Fitchburg Fire Department Deputy Chief Tom Dateo said the teenager was transported to HealthAlliance Hospital in Leominster before being life-flighted to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester.

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