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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
'Visiting Mr. Green' Coming To Black Box

Cotuit Center for the Arts will present "Visiting Mr. Green," a play by Jeff Baron, from June 1 to 18 in the Black Box Theater. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 7:30 PM, and Sunday at 4 PM.

Lunenburg neighbors call on town to stop music-meditation fest

On May 16, selectmen granted the nonprofit Unifier Festival a temporary license for an all-ages, interfaith, and substances-free event at 300 Holman St. from June 22 to 25. The festival has drawn support from those planning to attend. But a "super majority" of Holman Street residents want nothing to do with it, said Steven Whitman, of 473 Holman St. "We're looking for the Board of Selectmen to rescind the license," said Whitman, formerly the director of the Department of Public Works in Leominster and founder of the civil engineering firm Whitman & Bingham Associates.

Talk delves into immigration

The Fitchburg Historical Society will present a talk by Fitchburg resident Joana Dos Santos, speaking on her recent research into immigration history and its effect on identity. The talk, entitled "From Uruguay to Fitchburg: Oral Histories and New Research," and will take place Thursday, June 1, at 5:30 p.m., at the Historical Society, 781 Main St. The lecture is free and open to the public.

Reorganization may include Leominster school closures

Local school officials announced Tuesday night that closing two of the city's schools and reorganizing grades at other schools might be one possible solution to narrowing the district's projected $5 million deficit. During Tuesday's public hearing on the school budget, Superintendent Jim Jolicouer and Early Education Principal James Reilly said that closing the Bennett School and Priest Street School, which currently cater to preschool and kindergarten students, could alleviate some of Leominster's projected deficit.

'Art for a Cause' at Leominster Library

A good way to describe the new exhibit at Leominster Public Library is "art that wears its politics on its sleeve." Viewers of "Art For A Cause" will be intrigued and inspired by unique images from artists around the world, with posters addressing such issues as the Spanish Civil War, migration, anti-Fascism, Angolan independence, censorship and many others.

Laughter is the best medicine: Leominster sober home to host comedy show

Crossing Over sober home founder Donald Flagg is a big believer in the old adage that laughter is the best medicine, which is why he thought it would be a good idea to host a comedy show on Saturday. "I feel there's a lot of negative conceptions with recovery.

Picture-perfect response saves a life in Fitchburg

Kudos to Scott LaPrade, a longtime freelance photographer for the Sentinel & Enterprise, who put his instincts and skills from his full-time job as a Leominster firefighter while on assignment for us Thursday. LaPrade was at Crocker Field photographing the 103rd running of the Fitchburg Relays, in which students from elementary grades to high school compete, when he heard somebody shout, "He's choking!" As quick as a shutter click, LaPrade responded, located the distressed boy and performed the Heimlich maneuver.

Motorcyclist, 31, killed Friday night in 2nd such crash within 24 hours in Leominster

A 31-year-old man was killed in a motorcycle accident on Lancaster Street on Friday night, less than 24 hours after motorcyclist was killed in a separate accident less than a mile away. Late Friday night officers responded to the scene of a motorcycle crash on Lancaster Street near Pennacook Drive and discovered Shawn M. Ford, 31, of 167 Union St., critically injured in what he described as a "single-vehicle" crash involving a Yamaha motorcycle, according to police Sgt.

Leominster Public Library celebrates Feldman's legacy

The pediatrician and one of the founders of the Leominster Medical Associates-Pediatrics would give books to his patients and push reading as much as he could. Following his passing in 2006, his dedication to the cause became even more apparent.

Sunday Notebook: Lanciani's exit opens spot for at-large challengers

Two candidates from different realms Rep. Sean Garballey of Arlington, left, whose eyes are on the Fourth Middlesex Senate seat vacated by the late Sen. Kenneth Donnelly, and Boston City Councilor Tito Jackson, who aspires to the mayor s office met in the halls of the State House on Tuesday during a busy day of committee hearings. SHNS PHOTO/ SAM DORAN WITH LEOMINSTER City Councilor-at-large James Lanciani Jr. choosing not to run for re-election this fall, local residents that have already pulled papers to run will have even less competition.

Driver escapes injury in car fire in Westminster

A second SUV caught fire on Route 2 on Saturday, hours after fire officials put out the first, fire and police officials said. Gregory Seretto, of Leominster, was not injured after his 2001 Ford Escape caught fire on a steep portion of Route 2 westbound, said Westminster Firefighter Bennett Chadbourne.

AMVETS announces Leominster winners of state contest

The theme of the AMVETS Department of Massachusetts Americanism Contest 2016-2017 was: "Why is it important to vote?" The first-grade contest consisted of coloring a flag template and answering questions. The top three are, from St. Leo School, Sabine Haley, Noella LeGault, Jonah Fournier.

'Mr. Leominster' will walk away

In the decades he's spent as an elected official and city employee, Councilor-at-large James Lanciani Jr. jokes that he's only had to chase away belligerent local residents on two separate occasions. The first time was during his tenure as city Veterans Services director, when a man tried to throw a soda in his face.

Leominster man killed in motorcycle crash on Central St.

A motorcyclist was killed early Friday morning after smashing into a concrete pedestal for a light pole in front of Lahti's Jeep on Central Street, according police. Marcus Bratkus, 41, of Leominster was traveling north on Central Street at about 1 a.m. when he drove his 2006 Harley-Davidson motorcycle off the roadway and struck the concrete pedestal, police Lt.

Great Futures 5K Walk & Run is June 4

The Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster will host the eighth annual Great Futures 5K Walk & Run on Sunday, June 4, at 365 Lindell Ave. The annual event is dedicated to Tim Richards, the club's founder, who has left a legacy of philanthropic acts throughout the area. The Great Futures 5K reflects Tim's passion for fitness and community service.

Standardized test scores no longer FSU admissions policy

Starting this fall, Fitchburg State University will no longer require standardized test scores as part of its admission process, a change some local educators see as a positive. "Overtime I think admission officers have developed more effective ways to judge student readiness and potential," Principal of Leominster Center for Excellence Carrie Duff said.

Deal City: Fitchburg communitywide yard sale Saturday

The map is available online, but it's up to residents to find the treasures during the communitywide yard sale on Saturday. "Having a communitywide yard sale makes it more of a special event," organizer Sam Squailia said.

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