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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
Pot dispensary promises cash for Leominster

The city will receive at least $420,000 from Prime Wellness Centers' medical marijuana dispensary from the first four years of its operation, according to the latest draft of a community host agreement expected to be signed within the next week. "We're just dotting our i's and crossing our t's right now," Prime Wellness Centers spokesman Pat Scorzelli said Friday.

Local DAR presents historian

The Capt. John Joslin Jr. Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution will host "Indigenous Women of the 18th Century, presented by Gail White Usher, Saturday, April 8, at 1 p.m., at the Leominster Veterans Center, 100 West St. White Usher is an educator and researcher of England's early history.

Sunday Notebook: Candidates speak on recreational marijuana

WHEN ALOCAL RESIDENT shared on Facebook a petition to amend city zoning regulations to allow recreational marijuana related facilities in Leominster each of the four candidates for the Ward 2 special election in May weighed in with their thoughts. "I am not sure why there is still an issue with marijuana," candidate Pauline Cormier wrote in the comments on the post.

Wil Darcangelo: 'Minister' is a verb

I ended up in a perfect little church. The universe saw fit to guide me into a version of ministry so attuned to my calling to serve the city of Fitchburg I can tell it knows me better than I know myself.

Leominster Rotary to recognize municipal employees

The Rotary Club once again is setting aside a night to honor municipal employees working their hardest to make Leominster a better place to live, work and learn. The Leominster Rotary's vocation awards ceremony recognizes one employee from various city departments for going above and beyond his or her assigned duties.

Grants add up to big boost for math education

Leominster and Fitchburg school administrators are looking to improve math education through a $100,375 grant from the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education. "It builds teachers understanding of the kind of math students need to know," said Paula Giaquinto, Fitchburg assistant superintendent of curriculum and Title I. The state awarded the Massachusetts Mathematics and Science Partnerships Program grant to the Fitchburg and Leominster school districts earlier this month to cover the cost of continuing education for 25 teachers who together educate over 3,000 students, according to Giaquinto and a letter from DESE.

Opioid crisis the subject of meeting at local church

"Alone, no more," a new gathering of support for those affected by the opioid crisis will hold its first meeting on Saturday at the First Church Unitarian Universalist of Leominster. "We want people to just be able to come together and try to heal because there are just so many people who are affected by this," said Ron Brown, one of the volunteers organizing the new group.

'Journey for a Cure' to support cancer relay

A special "Journey for a Cure" event will be held to support the American Cancer Society Relay For Life on Saturday, May 13, beginning at 8 p.m., at Breakaway Billiards, 104 Sterling St. Tickets are $15 and include food/snacks. Raffles, T-shirts and other items will also be for sale throughout the night.

Man arrested on drug charge - again

Two weeks after being arrested for drug distribution, a city man was arrested again on Tuesday night for drug possession, according to court documents. Natnale Girmay, 32, was approached while sitting in a vehicle by state police Tuesday night at a restaurant on Commercial Road after getting a tip of a possible drug transaction, according to a state police report of the arrest.

Fitchburg-Leominster football rivalry topic of talk

The Fitchburg Historical Society will present a talk by Leominster attorney, writer and historian Mark Bodanza on "The Famed Fitchburg-Leominster Football Rivalry," on Thursday, March 30, at 5:30 p.m. Bodanza published a book on the rivalry in 2016 entitled "RIVALS: More about Fitchburg-Leominster Football Tradition from 1894 through 2015." In it, he presents new research to debunk many long-held beliefs about the nationally known rivalry.

My Choice Programs benefit from Leominster Credit Union donation

Leominster Credit Union donated $1,500 to My Choice Programs toward enhanced safety updates for their vehicles. The vehicles provide the necessary transportation to allow residents to be active in their communities and to attend necessary appointments.

State: Leominster schools out of compliance

It was a year ago, during the School Committee's fiscal 2017 budget discussions, when district Special Education Director Ned Pratt warned the committee of the consequences the district could face if $1.45 million in new special education positions weren't added to the budget. "Morally, what's going on here is not appropriate.

Fitchburg 12-year-old takes home Regional Spelling Bee crown

In a world of autocorrect and spell check, of text messages and truncated slang, a group of 23 young logophiles proved spelling is far from a lost art. "When you spell your first word you're freaking out," said Torah Smith, a 12-year-old Fitchburg home-school student who on Tuesday night took home the title of champion at the Sentinel & Enterprise North Central Massachusetts Regional Spelling Bee.

What my 82-year-old father and his girlfriend taught me about dating

My father and I have always been close, but he has never been a person I turned to for dating advice. He was never one to talk much about emotions.

Leominster police: Two men stabbed each other after arguing

When police officers arrived at 18 Boyle Place at about 9 p.m., they found Joseph Johnson, 39, of 63 Stone St., Fitchburg, lying in the street bleeding from a wound on his torso, police Lt. Michael Ciccolini said Tuesday morning.

Why haven't I heard from my loved ones?

DEAR BONNIE: I am really struggling over the death of my fianc, John. Since his passing, it seems he has visited other family members and friends through their dreams, but I have not been able to have any dream visitations from him, at least not recently.

Man arraigned after he fled the scene

When a New Hampshire man attempted to the leave the WalMart on Jungle Road with over $475 of shoplifted merchandise, security officers confronted him and during the struggle, the man dropped his car keys and fled on foot, according to a police investigation. With the keys to Thomas Loughlin's vehicle, a 2017 Mitsubishi Lancer, his license plate number and motor vehicle registry information, officers issued a warrant for his arrest for larceny over $250 last week in District Court.

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