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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
Five Fitchburg mayors are among proud alumni

On a spring day in 1970, as members of St. Bernard's Catholic High School graduating class accepted diplomas at the Wallace Civic Center, three future Fitchburg mayors stood among the ranks. David Gilmartin, a firefighter elected as a 27-year-old, became mayor in 1978.

Chad Garner wants to know "Is the rivalry dead?"

Is the Fitchburg/Leominster rivalry dead? Sentinel & Enterprise sports reporter Chad Garner travels to Leominster in Fitchburg gear to find out. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE / Ashley Green Is the Fitchburg/Leominster rivalry dead? Sentinel & Enterprise sports reporter Chad Garner travels to Leominster in Fitchburg gear to find out.

Graham Partners buys packaging thermoformer EasyPak

Headquartered in Leominster, Mass., EasyPak serves the food packaging sector, and describes itself as being unusual in that it offers packaging made from 100 per cent post-consumer recycled materials. Headquartered in Leominster, Mass., EasyPak serves the food packaging sector.

Increased effort to prepare baskets for veterans

It's been over a decade now that local volunteers have been preparing Thanksgiving baskets for area veterans, but this year's effort has produced more than three times the amount of food collected in years past. "We don't typically expand out like this because we don't have this much assistance.

Candidates outline their priorities at debate

Three of the four candidates running in the special election for the Worcester-Middlesex state Senate seat during a Fitchburg-Leominster All Politics debate Saturday laid bare how their priorities would differ if elected in December. Republican Dean Tran, an at-large Fitchburg City Councilor, and Leominster at-large city councilors Democrat Sue Chalifoux Zephir and unenrolled candidate Claire Freda participated in the debate.

Leominster recount is underway

The recount requested by write-in candidate Kenny Ricker began Monday morning, officially kicking off the tedious process of counting all 9,203 ballots from the Nov. 7 election by hand. The day began just before 9 a.m. with three Leominster police officers escorting the ballots down to the City Hall auditorium from a locked vault somewhere on the building's second floor.

Clear the air, Mr. Mayor

Dean Mazzarella has served as Leominster's mayor for more than two decades, so you'd expect him to give a straight answer to a straight question when he is asked one. The question the Sentinel & Enterprise put to Mazzarella last week was simple: Has a member of the Leominster Fire Department been suspended or placed on leave due to disciplinary action? Or he could have given the standard government line used by politicians who want to play it safe.

Bells are ringing to help those in need

Like an acrobat balancing on a highwire, Carrie Bloom paced back and forth across the painted centerline of John Fitch Highway as traffic rushed passed her on either side. It was usually when the cars stopped for a red light that a driver would beckon her over, though occasionally a car would slow down just enough for a hand to reach out an open window and drop a few quarters in Bloom's red bucket.

Sprouting seeds of compassion in Leominster

There is no better time during the year than the humble season of Thanksgiving to feel grateful for our family and friends and thankful for what we have in our lives. And the simple belief that everyone deserves to enjoy a traditional Thanksgiving Day meal.

Salvation Army Fitchburg Corps seeks volunteers in Red Kettle Campaign

The Salvation Army Fitchburg Corps Community Center will launch its annual Red Kettle Campaign at 10 a.m. Saturday for its Red Kettle Kickoff ceremony at 739 Water St. While bell ringers have already started ringing at various locations throughout the city for the holiday season ahead of the Red Kettle Kickoff, Salvation Army Envoy Lynnette Valentine is asking for volunteers to fill 2,865 hours at red kettles in front of retail locations in Fitchburg, Leominster and Lunenburg. "Every year, The Salvation Army counts on local shoppers to fill our red kettles so that we can provide vital services to families in need," said Valentine.

Sentinel & Enterprise files formal request with Leominster for...

The Sun and Sentinel & Enterprise have filed a records request with the city to seek further information about a member of the Fire Department who has either been placed on leave or suspended. The newspapers learned of the situation involving an officer of the department last week.

files formal request with Leominster for...

The Sun and Sentinel & Enterprise have filed a records request with the city to seek further information about a member of the Fire Department who has either been placed on leave or suspended. The newspapers learned of the situation involving an officer of the department last week.

Sentinel & Enterprise files formal request with Leominster for...

The Sun and Sentinel & Enterprise have filed a records request with the city to seek further information about a member of the Fire Department who has either been placed on leave or suspended. The newspapers learned of the situation involving an officer of the department last week.

Leominster vet's firefighting dream faces age obstacle

U.S. Army Sgt. Dana Seminoff is a decorated veteran who served his country for 14 years with multiple deployments to Iraq, Afghanistan and Kuwait and an assignment in South Korea.

Mazzarella calls for Leominster schools audit over budget crisis

The mayor requested a comprehensive audit this week of the last two school district budgets, a process he said Wednesday will illuminate why the School Department this year required infusions of free cash and stabilization account money and still suffered layoffs. While the city audits the school budget annually using accounting firm Melanson Heath, said Mayor Dean Mazzarella, this year's audit will be different.

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.

Fitchburg man allegedly had cocaine in car

A 25-year-old Fitchburg man is facing a mandatory minimum sentence of over a decade in prison after a traffic stop on Interstate 495 in Chelmsford led police to nearly a half kilogram of cocaine in a vehicle, according to a police report. Christopher Merced, of 33 Huron St., Fitchburg, was pulled over by state Trooper Michael Traister on Oct. 18, after Traister saw Merced driving in the highway's left lane for over a mile, drifting into other lanes, and tailgating another vehicle, according to a police report.

DA: Investigators rule out foul play in death of man found in downtown Leominster Nov. 5

While authorities did not release the name of the 62-year-old man found dead in Monoosnoc Brook near downtown Leominster on Sunday, Nov. 5, they do not suspect foul play contributed to his death, the district attorney's office said Wednesday. Investigators did identify the 62-year-old man pending the completion of an autopsy to determine the cause of death, said Connolly, though a Leominster police department spokesman said he lived in the area where his body was recovered.

Write-in candidate Kenneth Ricker calls for recount in Leominster mayoral race

Write-in candidate Kenneth J. Ricker, who threw his name into the mayoral race just weeks before the Nov. 7 election, is calling for a recount in a race he lost to long-standing mayor Dean J. Mazzarella by just 210 votes. "I think we were maybe a little bit in shock for the first few days, like, 'Did that really happen?'" Mr. Ricker's campaign manager Kelly A. Joseph said Monday morning.

Women's self-defense class will be held in Marcotte's honor

It's been more than a year since the murder of Leominster native Vanessa Marcotte, and its ripple effects are still being felt today. Most recently, the Vanessa T. Marcotte Foundation has announced that it is organizing a women's self-defense class in her honor.

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