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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

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It's all relative Sunday in Leominster

Accomplished actor George Capaccio's one-man show, "Albert Einstein: Relatively Speaking," is a great way to learn about this extraordinary individual and his ideas, which have revolutionized physics and forever changed how we understand space, time and gravity. If you've ever used GPS to find your way, then you've experienced the principles behind Einstein's theory of relativity.

City excited to announce two hirings

City officials met Tuesday at the Office of Emergency Management to celebrate the creation of two new advocacy positions within the police department intended to curb local domestic violence and substance abuse rates. "Two of the things that we have struggled with as a city and we've tried to do a better job with at all times are the areas of domestic violence and the opioid issue," Mayor Dean Mazzarella said.

Winchendon man killed in Fitchburg crash

Police Capt. Harry N. Hess said police responded to a single-vehicle, single-occupant crash at 5:28 a.m. near 452 Franklin Road.

Leominster man arrrested for alleged Southborough break-ins

In early September of 2017, Southborough Police Officers responded to two past Breaking and Entering calls on Flagg Road, and one on General Henry Knox Road. After examining the events and circumstances of all three incidents, Lieutenant Sean James was able to develop a suspect based on his past dealings with an individual who committed similar crimes in Southborough in 2010.

Bouchards donate a van to club

Paula and Chad Bouchard of Ron Bouchard Auto Stores visited the Boys & Girls Club of Fitchburg and Leominster recently to present the club with a new van they donated to the club. The van, a 2017 Nissan NV worth $35,000, can seat up to 12 children and will be used to transport club members to and from events.

Man who died in blaze is identified

Eden Glen is not normally a busy street, so the steady stream of passing cars Tuesday morning struck residents as out of the ordinary. Many would slow down as they passed the boarded-up house at 8 Eden Glen that was heavily damaged in a fire set by one of the residents of the downstairs apartment, Sean K. Hill, 33, who died after apparently starting the blaze when police officers visited Monday morning to take him into protective custody for an acute mental health crisis.

Authorities identify man found dead after standoff

Authorities have identified the man who was found dead after barricading himself inside a Massachusetts house and setting it on fire. The Worcester District Attorney's office says the police found 33-year-old Sean Hill dead inside a Leominster home after a standoff Monday.

School Committee recommends rehiring of laid-off custodial staff

School Committee members voted unanimously Monday night to recommend that the superintendent rehire the 28 members of the district custodial staff who were laid off during the spring budget cuts. The recommendation, which was initially put forward by Mayor Dean Mazzarella after a week of inspecting Leominster schools for cleanliness, was due in part to a recent investigation by the state Department of Labor Relations that found probable cause to believe violations could have taken place in terminating the contracts of 80 percent of the district's custodial staff earlier this year.

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Rising to meet steady demand, local provider expands outpatient program in Pittsfield and opens two new centers in Millbury and Weymouth )-- Spectrum Health Systems, Inc. , a longtime not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing a comprehensive continuum of addiction treatment throughout Massachusetts, has increased access to recovery resources across the state to continue combating the addiction crisis. New outpatient treatment centers are now open in Millbury and Weymouth, and the company's existing Pittsfield program moved to a larger facility to adequately serve the local population.

Election Datebook

* The Sentinel & Enterprise and Fitchburg State University are co-sponsoring a debate of the Fitchburg city councilor-at-large candidates at 6:30 p.m. at Fitchburg State University's Kent Recital Hall in the Conclon Fine Arts Building, 367 North St. * A reception for Dean Tran for State Senate and hosted by Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis will be held from 6-8 p.m. at Barber's Crossing, 175 Leominster Road, Sterling. RSVP by Oct. 21, 2017 by emailing gwen@deantran.com or calling 508-344-5057.

Police, fire converge on Leominster house blaze where neighbor says shot was fired

Police and fire responded to a house fire Monday on Eden Glen Street, where one neighbor reported a shot was fired and authorities ordered neighbors to stay inside their homes for their own safety. The fire was reported at about 11:50 a.m. just before noon, and smoking was still coming from the home at 12:30 p.m. Local and state police walked along the street holding long rifles.

Police: Man who barricaded himself in Leominster home and set it on fire has died

Police converge at Eden Glen and Lancaster streets in Leominster, where a home was on fire on Eden Glen and a neighbor said at least one shot was fired. Flames shoot out of the top of the home at 8 Eden Glen Street home where a man barricaded himself inside after police attempted to serve a civil commitment warrant.

Man barricaded inside burning home in Leominster

Emergency crews are at the site of a fire at a Leominster apartment building, where a suspect has allegedly barricaded himself. NBC Boston is reporting that a man with an arrest warrant refused to surrender to police before he barricaded himself inside the home.

Election Datebook

* Deadline for Leominster and Fitchburg residents to register to vote or change political party affiliation prior to the November election.

Infant abandoned in parking lot of Leominster hospital

An infant boy is in "good condition" after he was found Wednesday evening wrapped in a blanket in a Leominster hospital's parking lot, a spokeswoman said. A nurse found the infant next to her vehicle around 6:30 p.m. outside UMass Memorial HealthAlliance-Clinton Hospital, Kelli Rooney said in an e-mail Friday.

Young politicians a common trend in Leominster

Add the ages of current City Council candidate Brandon Robbins and School Committee candidate Isabelle Alera and you'll still have a number lower than the ages of most of the city's elected officials. Both candidates admit that their youthfulness -- Robbins is 22 and Alera is 19 -- does frequently come up when they're out door-knocking, but they don't see it as the campaign handicap that others might assume.

Laurelwood Garden Club meets on Friday

The Laurelwood Garden Club of Fitchburg will hold its monthly meeting on Friday, Oct. 13, at 9:30 a.m., at the Fitchburg Art Museum, 185 Elm St. The program will be a presentation on how pollinators are in trouble -- how bees, bats and other animal pollinators face many challengers in the modern world. Club member Sara Gammell and husband Tom Gammell, longtime apiarists, will help identify pollinator-friendly plants for your gardens and understand the need to reduce or eliminate pesticide use in our landscape.

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