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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 Art Association exhibit this weekend

The Leominster Art Association's 53rd annual Art, Crafts, & Photography Exhibit is slated to take place Friday, April 27, Saturday, April 28, and Sunday, April 29, at St. Leo's Auditorium, 108 Main St., Route 12. This is a judged show that includes various mediums and levels. Ribbons will be awarded by a judging panel, consisting of four qualified artists.

Leominster, Fitchburg seek 'Opportunity Zone' sites

Leominster and Fitchburg are among a list of more than 70 Massachusetts communities with tracts of land submitted for Opportunity Zone status with the U.S. Treasury, which local officials hope will promote economic development through federal tax credits. "It's a potential tool for us," said Fitchburg Mayor Stephen DiNatale.

In Leominster, Paquette helps other share joy of reading

When Melissa Paquette was asked to handle the kids' craft room at a Leominster Public Library event last year, Paquette, then 16 years old, remembers the excitement. "Even though I wasn't in charge, I had the key to the closet and could restock everything," she said.

Issues impacting Latinos addressed by U.S. representatives

It was as much a call to action as it was a promise of actions to come Saturday morning as Democratic U.S. Reps. Jim McGovern and Luis Gutierrez of Chicago held a roundtable discussion on issues impacting the Latino community.

Reception for Finnish teacher

Family, friends, students and former students are invited to extend their well wishes to Finnish language teacher Marita Cauthen from 2 until 4 p.m. on Sunday at the Finnish Center at Saima Park, 67 Scott Road. Cauthen is retiring after 37 years of teaching the language and now beginning a new chapter of her life in California.

Accused testifies fatal Fitchburg stabbing an accident

The man accused of murdering his friend in front of a Fitchburg barbershop in 2004 testified Friday that he fatally stabbed the man by accident. Robin Calzado, 36, who resided in Leominster before he fled the country, testifying in his own defense, said a struggle over a folding knife preceded the death of 31-year-old Frederick Martinez, a father of five, and that he meant to punch Martinez, not stab him.

Robotics team will compete for world championship

The Terror Bots will continue their march toward global robotic domination next week as they travel to Detroit for the FIRST Robotics world championship competition. The 10-member team based out of the Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster will be facing off against more than 400 other groups of high school and middle school students from around the U.S., Canada, Taiwan, the Netherlands, and Japan.

Shopping center set for major renovations

Work started this week on the first stage of exterior renovations, which are expected to continue in phases throughout the summer and into next year, according to Paul DiGeronimo, president of Geronimo Properties. The shopping center is on the Fitchburg-Leominster city line.

YMCA to award Central Mass. community members, volunteers

With five different awards to give out, some having multiple winners, the night showcases individuals who have strengthened the community. The theme of the night is "The Power of Voice," honoring the recipients.

Selectboard going ahead on town admin search NEW

After arguments, allegations of favoritism and complaints to the State Ethics Commission, the Selectboard has settled on how it will move forward with the town administrator hiring process.

Nonprofit agency starts fund for Sofia's burial, injured brother's care

A Boston nonprofit agency that assists abuse victims involved with the state Department of Children and Families has started a fund to pay for the burial of 6-year-old Sofia Brito, whose parents are charged in connection with her death. Police found Sofia badly bruised and unresponsive in the family's Stoneybrook Road home in Fitchburg on April 10, along with her brother Julian Brito, 9, who was also seriously injured.

Students give up vacation day to lobby for school funds

Students from Chelsea, East Boston, Everett and Revere made a vacation-week trip to the Statehouse on Wednesday to ask lawmakers to boost the state funding provided to their schools. The lobby day coincided with a Massachusetts Education Justice Alliance "week of action" involving calls and emails to legislators who are preparing to consider next year's budget.

Dye's art comes alive in exhibit

Sink into the elaborate and mythology-inspired work of aptly named local artist James Dye at the opening of his exhibition, "Exploring the Myths of James Dye," today at Worcester Art Museum. "You think when something like that happens to you, you'd be very cool about it, but I think I looked just very shocked," he said, Dye's exhibition of India ink drawings will be shown at the museum through Sept.

Leominster church to host New Haven Choir

On the first weekend in May Pilgrim Congregational Church-UCC welcomes the spring season with a musical concert filled with joy. The New Haven Connecticut United Choir School, with 80 girls with the Boston Touring Ensemble choir, will present a public concert at the church Saturday, May 5, at 7 p.m. Pilgrim Congregational Church is located at 26 West St. There is no charge for the concert.

Jurors hear of alleged fight that led to 2004 Fitchburg murder

Moments before Robin Calzado allegedly stabbed Frederick Martinez to death on Main Street in Fitchburg 14 years ago, Martinez asked Calzado, "What happened with my girlfriend?," jurors learned Wednesday during Calzado's murder trial in Worcester Superior Court. Calzado, 36, a former Leominster resident, was indicted in 2004 for murdering Martinez, a 31-year-old father of five, on April 30 of that year.

Haenisch aims to balance budget, help seniors

A veteran of the U.S. Air Force and current owner of an Ashby State Road vegetable stand is running for Board of Selectmen to give retirees a break on their local taxes while improving the school system, police and fire departments. "The reason I'm running for selectman is because I've been here in town, I see things because I'm retired, and I have time to do it," Donald Haenisch said Tuesday.

Prime Wellness Centers considering expanding offerings not a surprise to council

While Prime Wellness Centers initially presented itself as a medical company when applying to open a marijuana dispensary in 2016, City Council members say they aren't surprised to hear the company is now considering recreational sales as well. "With recreational now legal, you have to wonder how these medical companies would compete," Ward 4 Councilor Mark Bodanza said Tuesday.

Shrewsbury police log, April 20 edition

2, Framingham, for OUI liquor, speeding. 8:39 a.m. Arrested, William A. Comeau, 40, of 95 Shire Rd., Leominster, for oper MV with license suspended/revoked, marked lanes violation, speeding, warrant.

Leominster set to start spring cleaning

Spring cleaning is set to officially begin this weekend as the city kicks off its annual Citywide Cleanup on Sunday. Groups, organizations, businesses, families, friends, and individuals are all invited to participate in the effort that will target various parts of the city for trash and litter collection.

UMass Memorial to close clinic at Plumley Village

WORCESTER – UMass Memorial Health Care will close its Plumley Village Health Services clinic on July 10 as part of an ongoing effort to trim spending. The decision stands to impact about 1,800 patients from all over Worcester who get primary care at the small practice at 116 Belmont St. The two doctors who practice at the clinic, Dr. Katharine Barnard and Dr. Mary K. Flynn, also have decided to leave UMass Memorial as a result of the closing.

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