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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.
Local Newspapers: Sentinel & Enterprise
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Towns/Cities near leominster, massachusetts : Fitchburg Clinton Shirley Lunenburg
Learn how to use gelli prints
The monthly meeting for the Leominster Art Association will be held Tuesday, March 20, at 7 p.m., at Congregational Church of Christ, 583 Main St. Using the words of literature and lyrics of music Shaffer will create abstract backgrounds with images to tell stories. The edge of the pallet knife, the flat of the spatula allow layers of color and pure emotion to the painting.Third nor'easter causing less headaches than previous two in region
Another storm hit the north central region on Tuesday less then a week after the last storm that dropped 18+ inches on the region. Chris Paine an employee at Johnny's Service Station and Convenience Store on River Street works on snow plowing the snow out of the way for customers.City gets preview of pot facility
City councilors got an early preview of what the city's first marijuana cultivation facility could be like Monday night during a presentation by the medical marijuana company Middlesex Integrative Medicine, Inc. The company came before the council on Monday asking for the special permit they need to start work on their proposed 13,000 square foot cultivation center that would be used only for the growing and packaging of medical marijuana. "The site at 25 Mohawk Drive clearly is a good site and it meets all the requirements for the special permit," said Peter Campobasso, an attorney representing Middlesex Integrative Medicine.State police probe fatal Leominster crash
Worcester County District Attorney spokesman Paul Jarvey said he was unable to share the identity of the driver who was killed, but did say they were the only one injured in the crash. "It doesn't appear there were any passengers, just the drivers in the two vehicles," he said.Rivera giving Girls Who Code the skills to succeed
As a computer science student at Fitchburg State University, one of the most striking things Josie Rivera noticed about her classes was how many more men were enrolled in them compared to women. "The male-to-female ratio was a pretty big difference," she said.Ideas differ on use of Fitchburg land
Covered in snow and wedged between two multi-family homes, it can be hard to believe that the same figures who appear on pages of American history textbooks passed through, or least nearby, this small plot of land on 116-118 Day St. But Mount Wachusett Community College instructor David Thibault-Muoz and his students want to make that history more visible by creating a small park to honor prominent local abolitionist Benjamin Snow Jr. who once owned this land. However, Thibault-Muoz is not the only one with a plan for the plot of land, which is situated in one of the densest parts of Fitchburg.He shines a light on N.E.'s lighthouses
Everyone knows there's something about lighthouses that gives them broad appeal. But their vital role in our history and culture is little appreciated.MedExpress to open urgent care center in Leominster
Patients can come to the center on North Main Street without an appointment for a variety of care, including treatment for the flu, infections, broken bones, or stitches. "Some patients walk in and don't know what's wrong with them," said Donna Zappala, manager of the Leominster center.Fire destroys barn at Rota Spring Farm; ice cream stand OK
STERLING A fire destroyed a two-story barn at Rota Spring Farm Saturday night, but spared the house, animal barn and ice cream stand. According to Fire Chief David Hurlbut, the call came in at 6:21 p.m. for an outside fire near Rota Spring, on Chace Hill Road.5 vie for seats at Monty Tech
Robert Babineau Jr., Daniel Cunningham, Dylan MacLean, Lisa MacMaster and Brian Walker are hoping to join the 22-person board with representatives from 17 communities. A joint panel of Fitchburg City Council and School Committee will vote on the applicants at 6 p.m. on March 20. Babineau is a family medicine doctor at HealthAlliance Hospital and an assistant professor of anesthesiology at UMass Memorial Medical Center.EDITORIAL: Lowell can learn from Fitchburg panhandling approach
Nearly 18 months after launching an ambitious program to address Lowell's panhandling problem, city officials have little to show for their efforts. After Lowell's anti-panhandling ordinance was struck down by a federal judge in 2015 before it even went into effect, city councilors tried a more pro-active approach.Blood links Leominster man to warehouse theft
A city man was arrested Tuesday after a report from the State Police crime lab matched him with blood found at a warehouse break-in from last year, according to court documents. John E. Geissler, 40, of 35 Hill St., was arrested on charges of breaking and entering a building for a felony at night and larceny over $250 for the March 2017 theft, according to court documents.Leominster center deploying taste of home
And good luck finding a box of Tagalongs or Do-si-dos for sale in any store in Japan or the U.K. because you won't find them there, either. The sad truth is the further you get from the mall parking lots and grocery store entrances of America, the harder it is to find a coveted box of Girl Scout cookies.60 parking citations in Leominster
Nearly 60 parking violations were issued by police over a four-hour time span this week after residents failed to follow the winter storm parking ban. A total 57 residents across the city were cited by police between the hours of 11:30 p.m. on Tuesday and 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday.Leominster firm taking over for Fitchburg assessor
A Leominster company is expected to take over the duties of Chief Assessor Kenneth Wilson who retired suddenly earlier this year. Last week, a representative from the Mayor's Office requested the allocation of $30,000 from the assessing department's budget to pay Regional Resource Group Inc., a company that contracts with communities throughout the state to offer assessing services, from mid-March until the end of June.Push on to tighten Leominster school security
He recalled a recent visit to Frances Drake Elementary, his son's school, where he was able to simply walk right in through the front door. He said the entryway has since been secured better, but to him, it's not enough.Leominster police officer makes court appearance on OUI charge
A Leominster police officer who remains on administrative leave after being arrested for drunk driving in December made an appearance in District Court Wednesday. Christopher Cunningham, 34, of Beverly was arrested for operating under the influence of liquor on Dec. 27 by Lunenburg Police.Fitchburg announces parking ban with forecast of snowstorm
Leominster DPW employees Doug Munroe and Tyler Arsenault work on getting one of their sidewalk trucks fitted with a snow plow to get ready for Wednesday storm on Tuesday afternoon at the Leominster Public Works Facility. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE/JOHN LOVE Because of a forecast for plowable snow, a snow emergency/winter parking ban in the city of Fitchburg will be in effect from 3 p.m. on Wednesday, March 7, until 3 p.m. on Thursday, March 8, 2018.Mt. Wachusett to hold financial workshops for vets
Mount Wachusett Community College will hold four free financial literacy workshops for veterans and their families at its Leominster campus following the receipt of a $4,050 grant. "No one individual can be an expert in everything.Treatment with a Different Point
"I wouldn't call it a pain," she said as a third needle was placed in her right shoulder. "It's just a prick and that's it."
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