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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
Summer jobs grant helps Twin cities

Summer job programs in Leominster and Fitchburg were among the 90 organizations throughout the state awarded grant funding from the Attorney General's office this week. The $327,000 awarded by Attorney General Maura Healey will help fund temporary positions for low-income young people looking for work this summer.

Jogger details how she escaped terrifying abduction attempt

A Massachusetts woman is opening up about how she managed to fight off a convicted rapist who attacked her over the weekend and tried to force her into his car. The woman, who asked not to be identified, spoke out today in an interview with ABC's "Good Morning America," offering exclusive details on how she mustered up the strength to fight off the man who assaulted early Sunday morning.

Mayor outlines ways he's upped school spending in Leominster

In a surprise to some school officials, Mayor Dean Mazzarella outlined ways in which the city had increased spending to the district during Monday's School Committee meeting. Because Mazzarella had not put the subject on the meeting's agenda, several committee members questioned whether it was appropriate to discuss the mayor's defense of Leominster's education spending.

Patrons revved over classic car show in Fitchburg

Shiny classic cars are gathered at Monty Tech in Westminster on Sunday for the Mid State Antique & Classic Auto Meet. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE photos / JEFF PORTER Sentinel and Enterprise staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.

Healy volunteers to make Leominster's Starburst a success

A term retired educator and Starburst co-founder Robert Healy once used to describe a student who played football and performed in school plays also describes himself. Healy plays trombone.

Trading barbs over budget in Leominster

Possible cuts to student transportation and proposed new staffing loom large for school officials who say Mayor Dean Mazzarella plans to fund the district $736,520 less than what the School Committee requested from the city, which the mayor refutes. Members of the school department's finance subcommittee will meet Monday night at Appleseeds Restaurant to talk about possible areas of the budget that could be cut to make up the difference, though Ward 1 member Michael Stassen, who chairs the subcommittee, said he doesn't expect the conversation will get very far by the end of the meeting.

Don't close the book on summer

Members of the Leominster Community Coalition have been bringing the StoryMobile to preschool children in Leominster since 2012 and are thrilled to be able to continue this summer. "The purpose of this program is to emphasize the importance of reading," says Barbara Abraham, chair of the Leominster Community Coalition, "and to bring out the joy of reading -- even during the summer months."

With every name, a story on the Wall that Heals

When the Wall that Heals comes to the city this July, on it will be 12 names of city residents who died in the Vietnam War. The Wall that Heals, a near replica of the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C., will open for public viewing in Fitchburg on July 12. The city is the first New England stop for the new 375-foot, 2/3 scale replica of the Vietnam War Memorial.

Community spirit sparkles as Leominster Starburst hits streets

When the city held its inaugural Starburst celebration 25 years ago, the attractions were little more than a seniors chorus and a small concert band. Since that first night in 1993, the tradition has since grown into an evening of local music, awards, and fireworks that draws crowds by the hundreds and serves as Leominster's unofficial start to summer.

F&D launches colorable materials for 3D printing

Colorable PET materials for 3D printing were drawing a good response at the show, senior account manager Jena Traikoff said. The materials were developed in 2017 and commercialized earlier this year, she added.

Lunenburg officer finalist for Groton chief

Groton's Deputy Chief James Cullen and Hudson New Hampshire Chief Jason Lavoie are the other finalists. They were chosen from a pool of 40 candidates from around New England.

Lancaster weighs merger with Leominster housing agency

A possible merger with the Leominster Housing Authority that might mean increased resources for tenants will be discussed at tonight's Housing Authority meeting. The merger, referred to as a "proposed regionalization" on the Lancaster Housing Authority's meeting agenda, would see the smaller housing authority absorbed by the authority in Leominster.

Nothing happened. It's time to rejoice

No news is good news and today we want to crow about a very significant achievement that should not be taken for granted. There wasn't a single teen drunk-driving accident or underage arrest associated with any of the recent high school ceremonies -- graduations and proms -- that took place in North Central Massachusetts.

'Red Flag' gun bill passes Senate without roll call vote

Beacon Hill Roll Call records local senators and representatives' votes on roll calls from the week of June 4-8. NO ROLL CALL ON "RED FLAG" GUN BILL -- Senate approved, without a roll call vote, a bill that would allow family or household members to petition the courts to issue an extreme risk protection order that would suspend a person's license to carry a firearm and order him or her to surrender his or her firearms and ammunition if he or she is believed to be a danger to themselves or others.

Sunday Notebook: Gonzalez gaining local support in gubernatorial bid

State Rep. Stephan Hay, right, shared a light moment with Fitchburg Mayor Stephen DiNatale, left, and 3rd Congressional District Democratic candidate Rufus Gifford during Hay s re-election campaign kick-off party Monday night at Fitchburg s Slattery s Restaurant & Bar. While there are still a few weeks before possible Republican candidates for the House seat that represents Fitchburg return nomination papers, so far Hay doesn t have a challenger.

Conserving our farms, forests and future

With a mission to conserve farms, forests and landscapes that define the character of our region, the North County Land Trust Inc., founded in 1992, finds itself celebrating 25 years in existence. "The Crocker family, who cherished being outdoors, owned hundreds of acres in Fitchburg," begins Lucy Crocker Abisalih, formerly of Fitchburg and Lunenburg.

New regional lock-up on the way

The Worcester County Sheriff's Office held an official groundbreaking ceremony last week to announce the construction of a new 32,000-square-foot, two-story receiving, medical and regional lock-up facility. This is the first major construction project of a permanent building on the jail campus since the original West Boylston facility was built in 1973, according to Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis.

Smoother sidewalks in the works for Leominster

In a typical year the city is able to replace about 2,000 feet of its damaged sidewalks, but 2018 is going to be a bit busier than normal. A total of 7,500 feet, nearly a mile and a half, of sidewalks will be replaced by year's end thanks to a combination of state grants recently awarded to the city.

Man wanted in Fitchburg carjacking faces Lowell gun, drug charges

A 19-year-old man who was wanted on a warrant for allegedly violating probation in a carjacking and assault case out of Fitchburg was found with a loaded handgun, cocaine, marijuana and cash in his Lowell apartment, according to police. Officers from the Middlesex Sheriff's Warrant Apprehension Unit went to Keomany's apartment Tuesday in an effort to arrest him on a warrant connected to a case out of Fitchburg, according to a press release.

You won't have to go through hoops to have fun this weekend

The 11th annual Summer Stroll is Sat- urday, kicking off with a parade down Central and Main streets at 3 p.m. The free event will also feature music, entertainment, vendors and more until 7 p.m. "It's an event for all ages -- families, kids, couples who want to just come down and enjoy some music and some cars. There's something for everybody," said Melissa Tasca, small-business coordinator for Leominster.

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