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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
Lunenburg official arraigned in alleged assault

The vice chair of the Lunenburg Planning Board was released on $1,000 bail after he allegedly pushed his wife then "pinned" her to a wall before attempting to prevent her from calling police in early December, according to a police report. Matthew Allison, 45, whose Lunenburg address is listed as both 188 Flat Hill Road and 305 Flat Hill Road in court documents, was arraigned in district court Dec. 4, 2017 on charges of assault and battery on a family or household member, witness intimidation and unlawful wiretap, according to court documents.

Fitchburg, Leominster schools may get aid for educating storm victims

Gov. Charlie Baker said Friday he planned to seek $15 million in state funding for school districts, including Fitchburg and Leominster, that are educating students displaced by hurricanes in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Baker, a Republican, told the Massachusetts Municipal Association the request would be part of his annual state budget proposal he was scheduled to submit to the state Legislature on Wednesday.

When the mercury falls, watch those pipes

A cold snap in February 2015 caused a water pipe to burst at The Spanish American Center in Leominster. The damage was extensive, forcing the center to move for several months.

Cleaning company says lawsuit still in works

The Durkin Co., which threatened to sue the city for breach of contract last month, has yet to file a lawsuit, according to an attorney representing the custodial company, but the company's owner said the suit is still moving forward. "I am more focused on placing our people than filing a lawsuit at this point.

Man arraigned after allegedly punching another man in head

A Leominster man was arraigned in District Court Tuesday after allegedly punching another man in the head, outside a River Street liquor store. Damon D. Gentile, 39, of 14 Norwood Avenue was arrested on one charge of assault and battery for the Jan. 11 incident.

Nurses allege violation as hospital ends endoscopies

Local nurses are alleging that administrators of UMass Memorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital, who also manage Leominster's HealthAlliance Hospital, violated state regulations by recently announcing the closure of the hospital's endoscopy service. The closing was announced last week, less than three weeks before endoscopy services are scheduled to end on Jan. 26. The Massachusetts Nurses Association contends this violates a state law requiring the Department of Public Health be notified a minimum 90 days in advance of the closing.

Leominster man charged with several traffic violations and OUI after...

A city man arrested after leading several officers on a high speed motor-vehicle chase while driving a Smart car, according to a police department spokeman. Kevin Burke, 55, of 150 Willow St., was arrested on charges of operating under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle, speeding, marked lanes violations, failure to wear a seat belt, failure to yield at an intersection, and failure to stop for police.

Leominster doesn't need a new agency for economic growth

The City of Leominster doesn't need a bigger government bureaucracy and that's why we're skeptical of Mayor Dean Mazzarella's plan to create a new Redevelopment Authority with specific powers. If the mayor's serious about restoring unproductive parcels of land and buildings to the tax rolls through economic development -- and we believe he is -- it would wise to study the city's existing framework and improve it to do the work that a Redevelopment Authority would do -- without the increased power and payroll of another taxpayer-funded agency.

King's ideas celebrated, remembered in Twin Cities

Leominster teacher Tracy Perkins received a Certificate of Commendation from the Martin Luther King, Jr. Coalition on Monday during the 19th Annual Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration at the Unitarian Church in Leominster.

CVS expands drug take-back units in pharmacies

Getting rid of leftover, expired or unused medication will be easier with the expansion of CVS Health's take-back units in 42 more pharmacies around the state, state and local officials announced Friday at a program in Medford. The new units will supplement the nearly 40 units CVS Health has donated to police departments and will be available for drug disposal during regular pharmacy hours.

Sharing the love of painting

Doug Caves has been a lifelong student of the arts. He attended the fine-arts program at Mount Wachusett Community College, studying art history, painting, drawing and sculpture, and received the school's annual Purchase Award for his bronze sculpture "Head of Joy" in his last year of attendance.

All teacher salaries not created equal

How much a teacher earns in North Central Massachusetts depends on the school district, with average salaries for full-time public school teachers revealing a gap $15,000 annually between the lowest paid and the highest. The salary figures are based on the 2015-16 school year from data compiled by the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.

Redevelopment a key for Mayor Mazzarella

In an effort to combat local blight and increase local tax revenues by attracting new businesses, Mayor Dean Mazzarella is trying to establish a new redevelopment authority that would find uses for currently unused properties throughout the city. "Drive around the city and every once and a while you'll see something just sitting there," said Mazzarella, referring to a vacant building across the street from St. Leo Cemetery.

Book it: Samoset School earns grant

Samoset School was recently chosen as one of only 40 schools in the state to receive a Youth Service America grant, which students are using to fund an ongoing book drive and an upcoming plan to make blankets for hospital patients. The school was one of only two in the state to be recognized with a Martin Luther King Day of Service Impact School Grant and was given $1,500, the full amount of the grant, said Samoset teacher Francine Meigs.

Clinton Hospital officials refute rumors; will hold meeting for community input

After the staff of the gastrointestinal department of Clinton Hospital was given notice the department would close at the end of the month, rumors started swirling around town that the hospital - officially known as UMassMemorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital - would be closing or turning into a rehab center. Deborah Weymouth,president and CEO of UMass Memorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital said the rumors are not true.

With every shirt, support for those who served

Cynthia Albert and Nick Penniman aren't yet old enough to join the military, but they're trying to do the next best thing. The two Leominster High School juniors recently came up with the idea of a new community service program they call Operation American Hero, which they hope to have up and running later this year.

Gardner man signed for TV from officer posing as delivery men

A Gardner man was arraigned in district court Wednesday after receiving a stolen television from police officers posing as delivery men, according to court documents. On Tuesday, according to police, officers in Framingham were notified by a local Best Buy employee that the store was scheduled to deliver an 82-inch television that had been purchased with a stolen credit card to an address in Fitchburg.

Leominster firm in line for $680G tax exemption for new site, jobs

The City Council is considering approving a tax exemption of nearly $680,000 for a local company that promises to create 16 new jobs and locally invest approximately $5.5 million while building a new facility on Research Drive. Process Cooling Systems Inc, which is currently based on Nashua Street, with additional locations in Fitchburg and Greenville, South Carolina, currently plans to build a larger, 54,000-square-foot facility on four acres of land located in the Southgate Business Park.

Deacon has support for Leominster superintendent

The Massachusetts Association of School Committees has advised the district to prolong their search for a new superintendent, but that search may prove unnecessary as the School Committee considers permanently hiring interim Superintendent Paula Deacon. "I think Paula's done a good job.

Tran announces staff appointments

State Sen. Dean Tran's district office is now open at the Fitchburg Armory on 14 Wallace Ave., according to a Tuesday announcement. Both his Fitchburg and Statehouse office will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and can be reached by calling 617-722-1200 or 978-829-1796.

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