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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.
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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Brief break-in spree plagues Leominster
Police are warning residents to lock their motor-vehicle doors after 10 break-ins were reported in the span of 21/2 hours Thursday morning. "We're working on it now, and the detective bureau are looking into it, but we really want to get it out there to everyone that they need to be locking their vehicles, no matter where they're parking," said Lt.Stratton Players present 'Curious Savage' over 2 weekends
The Stratton Players are presenting six performances of "The Curious Savage," a comedy written by John Patrick and directed by Ed Knights, from Friday, Sept. 29, through Saturday, Oct. 7, at The Alumni Center for the Performing Arts at Applewild School.Conner Hartman pleads guilty to leaving scene of accident that left Leominster's Frankie Fortuna dead
At Leominster District Court on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, 22-year-old Conner Hartman pleaded guilty to leaving the scene of a personal-injury accident in connection to Frankie Fortuna's 2015 death. Hartman will serve 18 months probation, 100 hours of community service and will continue to have his license suspended through at least February.Changes coming to city gas station
"More pumps, convenience store, everything cleaned up from the ground up," he said. "The soil, whatever, if there's any contamination it will be cleaned up."Merchants wary of minimum-wage hike
A minimum-wage hike was discussed by Beacon Hill lawmakers during a public hearing Tuesday, when back in the Twin Cities local businesses cautioned that raise would hit consumers' checkbooks, and impact their ability to hire. "It's great for people to make money," said Rick Hajjar, owner of Surfside Pools Co.Conspirator in drug trafficking operation based in Leominster,...
A Dominican national was sentenced Monday in federal court for his role in a drug trafficking ring that was run out of Leominster, Fitchburg and Worcester, according to the U.S. Attorney's office in Boston. Jose Federico Vasquez, 55, was sentenced by U.S. District Court Judge Timothy S. Hillman to five years in prison and four years of supervised release and will face deportation proceedings upon completion of his sentence.Fidelity Bank of Leominster and Colonial Co-operative of Gardner to merge
Fidelity Bank of Leominster and Colonial Co-operative Bank of Gardner will join forces for a $870 million-merger under the Fidelity Bank charter. In a shared statement, Colonial Co-operative Bank President Joseph D. Guercio and Fidelity Bank Chairman & CEO Edward F. Manzi Jr. said the merger will be beneficial for both banks.Johnny Appleseed Fest focusing on bringing community together
When planning this year's 24th annual Johnny Appleseed Festival, coordinator Richard Marchand said he felt he had to really focus on bringing the community together. "It's so great just to bring everyone together with our busy schedules and political differences about the way things are right now," he said.Candidates for Leominster Ward 2 School Committee debated the issues Monday afternoon
The handling of the school district's recent budget woes and its impact on the schools proved to be the most significant issues throughout Monday's debate of candidates running for the School Committee's Ward 2 seat. Incumbent Ronnie Houle and challengers Jasmine Tatel, and Charlotte Waitkus, who will square off in a preliminary election next Tuesday, spoke at length during the Sentinel & Enterprise-sponsored debate about how city and school budgeting practices could be improved upon and how they would make those changes if elected.Leominster man indicted in fatal stabbing of girlfriend
A Worcester County grand jury returned an indictment Friday charging 58-year-old Jorge Cortes of 25 State St., Apt. C, Leominster with first-degree murder in the July 23 stabbing death of Sonia Rios.Police: Pair with knives rob Leominster gas station
According to police Lt. Michael Ciccolini, a robbery at the Central Street Sunoco station was reported at 3:31 a.m. Ciccolini said that two masked men armed with "silver colored knives" entered the store and yelled at the cashier to give them money from the register.Fitchburg State University set to kick off year-long Community Read program
Fitchburg State University will kick off its year-long Community Read of "The Girls of Atomic City" by Denise Kiernan with a panel talk on the development, consequences and legacy of the atomic bomb at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Amelia V. Gallucci-Cirio Library in Hammond Hall, 160 Pearl St. The discussion marks the start of a year-long exploration of the best-selling book that tells the story of the young women of Oak Ridge, Tennessee, who unwittingly played a crucial role in one of the most significant moments in U.S. history: the development of the atomic bomb.Nursing homes struggling to make money
Bill Reidt recalls that when he got his start in long-term nursing care more than 30 years ago, there were hundreds more facilities throughout the state than there are now. "There were over 600 nursing homes in Massachusetts, and a lot of them were the smaller ones that everyone loved.Absences in schools looked at
The number of students who missed more than 18 days of school during the 2016-2017 school year rose in two of four local districts compared with the year prior. The only district surveyed by the Sentinel & Enterprise whose rate of chronic absenteeism tracked a downward trend two years in a row was Fitchburg Public Schools.Sunday Notebook
THOUGH THE CROWDS at meetings have shrunk and the outrage on social media has subsided to a degree, tensions from this year's budget season are still popping up in Leominster. During an unusually short hourlong meeting of the City Council last week, Ward 1 Councilor Gail Feckley vented her frustrations at not being able to get Mayor Dean Mazzarella or members of the School Committee down to council meetings to ask them questions.Bill would make recess mandatory for students
Running, shouting and four square - all familiar sights and sounds for current and former students alike. It's recess and, for many children, the most anticipated time of the day.Leominster Ward 2 School Committee hopefuls to debate Monday at library
The three candidates in the Sept. 26 preliminary election for Ward 2 School Committee will participate in a Sentinel & Enterprise debate at 2 p.m. Monday in the Community Room of Leominster Public Library.
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