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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
Higgins to speak on several topics

For the next two weeks concerned residents and armchair activists will have an opportunity to learn how they can become more involved with their communities through a new speaker series organized by Rep. Natalie Higgins. "We have been getting a lot of contact in our first six months in office from our constituents in office hours, in emails, and phone calls on a lot of issues," said the freshman legislator.

Cat calls to owner from the beyond

DEAR BONNIE: My beloved 16-year-old cat Mosey died recently. I am heartbroken over the loss of my furry companion yet, at the same time, would like to rescue another cat or kitten to ease my loneliness.

Police: BMW theft stalls in Fitchburg after pair can't get car into gear

A pair's attempt to steal a BMW sedan after pistol whipping and robbing its driver was thwarted Saturday when the men couldn't figure out how to put the car in drive, police said. Police Capt.

Former Shirley chief remains on payroll

The former police chief, who resigned after four months of administrative leave, will remain on administrative leave for a year and receive payments and health insurance benefits. Thomas Goulden will be paid $2,500 every two weeks.

LCU's Vazquez a Star

Lydia Vazquez, assistant vice president of residential lending and fair lending compliance at Leominster Credit Union, has been named a Credit Union Rising Star by the Cooperative Credit Union Association. The Credit Union Rising Star Award honors "outstanding New England credit union employees under the age of 50 who make notable impact in their institutions or the credit union industry," according to the association.

Vilayphone sworn in as MWCC trustee

Mount Wachusett Community College student Gina Vilayphone has been sworn in to the college's board of trustees after a spring election by her peers. The Leominster resident, originally from Gardner and a Gardner High School graduate, is a full voting member representing all students attending Mount Wachusett Community College.

New test for Leominster school: student departures

AFTER ONLY ONE year of having more students coming into the district than going out, Leominster might soon find itself back on the wrong side of the school choice equation. During the City Council's Aug. 14 meeting, local parent Melissa Bible warned councilors that this year's budget cuts, which eliminated 39 teachers and created larger classroom sizes, is making parents consider schools outside the city.

Leominster program helps domestic abusers turn the page

This is where Maureen Stacy spends about two hours each week with a group of about 19 men, most of whom aren't there by choice. Participation in these meetings is almost always court mandated.

Voices loud in Boston: No hate

Up to 40,000 people gathered on the Boston Common Saturday to oppose hatred and bigotry at a planned "free speech" rally whose members where closely guarded by police and were vastly outnumbered by largely peaceful counterprotesters. Trudel works as a full-time caregiver to her husband, an Iraq war veteran.

No such thing as free lunch? There is at Fitchburg library

Christian Surett didn't hide his feelings when he walked into the activity room at the Fitchburg Public Library Thursday. Most days, food and libraries "do not mix," as Children's Librarian Nicole Irvin pointed out, but Thursday was not one of those days.

Police say 24-year-old Leominster man found in possession of cocaine, heroin

A city man was arrested Thursday on several drug distribution charges after bagged cocaine and heroin and digital scales were found in his vehicle after a traffic stop, according to court documents. Steve M. Martinez, 24, of 15 State St., Apt.

Health center eyes Water St. location

Space on Water Street that was once a supermarket will soon be a center for medical, dental and behavioral health services, according to President and CEO of Community Health Connections John DeMalia. Community Health Connections plans to open an ACTION Health Center in the Central Valley Plaza Shopping Center off Water Street in early 2018 after a $1 million renovation is completed.

Fundraiser set for woman battling multiple sclerosis

Amy Reeb, as former owner of a Pepperell daycare, once chased after energetic children for a living. Now, she needs a new set of leg braces to keep walking on her own.

Loss of deans in Leominster schools raises safety concerns

LEOMINSTER – As families prepare for the first day of classes Aug. 30, some Leominster school officials are expressing trepidation over cuts to deans - in place for decades - who they say helped keep students safe by dealing with a host of discipline issues. All five deans were cut, according to James Jolicoeur, superintendent of schools – one at each of the two middle schools, two deans at the high school and one at the Center for Technical Education innovation.

Former Chief Still on Payroll

The former police chief, who resigned after four months of administrative leave, will remain on administrative leave for a year and receive payments and health insurance benefits. Thomas Goulden will be paid $2,500 every two weeks.

200-mile walk for vets to pass through Fitchburg area

Walking across Massachusetts is no small feat. However, neither is transitioning from the military to life as a civilian, Warrior Thunder Foundation President Darren Bean said.

Local police on the lookout for potentially hazardous leaks in cruisers

Local police departments are installing carbon monoxide detectors in Ford Police Interceptors SUVs after an Auburn police officer crashed his cruiser earlier this month and tested positive for carbon monoxide exposure. Of seven local departments surveyed, two reported detecting low levels of the noxious gas inside the cabins of a Ford SUV cruiser.

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