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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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Leominster News
Leominster woman indicted on arson charge in fire at neighbor's house

WORCESTER - A Leominster woman who allegedly started a fire that nearly destroyed her neighbors' house has been indicted on an arson charge. A grand jury returned an indictment Wednesday in Worcester Superior Court charging 55-year-old Linda Sbrogna with arson of a dwelling house in connection with the Dec. 18 blaze at 51 Douglas Ave. in Leominster.

Register of Deeds race splits into thirds

Another candidate has announced her bid for Register of Deeds, touting decades of experience as a title examiner as a top qualification to lead the North Worcester county office. "The biggest thing is that I know the registry, I work it, it's part of my livelihood -- I depend on it.

Communities work on zoning rules for marijuana market

With recreational cannabis retailers able to start applying for licenses on April 1, many communities are still working on zoning regulations needed to dictate where these businesses can operate. To allow more time to draft their own zoning regulations, many local communities enacted temporary moratoriums on the now-legal substance but Leominster and Fitchburg decided against delaying the process and are working to have regulations in place over the next few three months.

FSU's 'Journey to Equality' continues March 8

Fitchburg State University's Amelia V. Gallucci-Cirio Library is sponsoring a series of programs this spring that explore gender and equality. "Journey to Equality: The LGBTQ Civil Rights Movement" will provide timely, relevant and engaging LGBTQ programming to the campus and North Central Massachusetts.

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Councilor Cormier challenging for register of deeds

Ward 3 City Councilor David Cormier has announced his intention to run for register of deeds against incumbent Kathleen Reynolds Daigneault. "I believe I have a very strong work ethic, a lot of credibility, and a lot of self discipline," Cormier said.

Leominster man pleads guilty to manslaughter by MV in fatal 2013 crash

A Leominster man was sentenced today to 7 to 8 years in prison after he pleaded guilty to manslaughter by motor vehicle in Worcester Superior Court, according to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. The charges were brought after Dwayne Blackman, 37, of Brook Pond Road, was identified as the driver of a car that was driving up to 80 mph eastbound in the westbound lane of the Massachusetts Turnpike between Sturbridge and Auburn in the early morning of July 21, 2013. Blackman's car eventually struck another car and a minivan.

'Princess warrior' Alaina needs your help

"When she was little she loved princesses. She always had pink sparkle shoes and always wanted to dress like a princess," said her mother, Kendra Salafia, pointing to a picture of Alaina, then 3-years-old, wearing sequined pink shoes and clinging to the pole that was delivering her medical treatment.

Police: Leominster man attacked firefighters

Juan Zubiaga-Baez, 40, of 1 State St., was arrested on one charge of assault and battery on ambulance personnel and two charges of assault on ambulance personnel for the Jan. 22 altercation, said police. According to a police report, Zubiaga-Baez was found by firefighters "highly intoxicated" lying on the side of Lancaster Street that day.

Two plead guilty to charges in connection with shooting death of Aroostook man

A Massachusetts woman accused of murder in connection with the killing of an Oakfield man in an apparent drug-related robbery nearly two years ago pleaded guilty to the crimes on Thursday. A second suspect in the case also pleaded guilty a day earlier in the same Aroostook County Superior Court to a charge of robbery in exchange for the state dismissing a murder charge against him if he testifies against a third suspect.

Donations for Puerto Rico took a detour, but are now helping hurricane survivors

More than three months after students with special education needs and members of the community collected boxes of supplies to send to Puerto Rico, the donations will be given to Hurricane Maria victims on the island and those resettling in the Leominster area. Most of the donations, which were collected in October, will go to the Spanish American Center, said Cheryl Boissy, a member of the nonprofit's board of directors.

Neighbors question Leominster mayor's bid to rezone properties

It will be weeks before the City Council takes up discussion on Mayor Dean Mazzarella's request to rezone eight properties he owns on Mechanic Street, but some neighboring residents are already voicing concerns. "It's been a lot of calls and a lot of concerns," said Ward 2 City Councilor Pauline Cormier, whose ward covers the mayor's land.

Artist to talk to group on craft

The monthly meeting for the Leominster Art Association is Tuesday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m., at Congregational Church of Christ, 583 Main St. This month's demonstrator is member and past president Tom Bradley, who has always been involved in art. Growing up in rural Massachusetts, he was always exploring the woodlands, meadows, fields and farmlands in the area, which became the primary basis of his work.

Man killed in one-car crash on Wachusett Street in Leominster

One person was killed early Wednesday after the car he was driving went off the road on Wachusett Street near Peterson Street. Timothy J. Connolly, spokesman for Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr., said the adult male was pronounced dead at the scene.

Donors at Leominster blood drive see giving as 'the right thing to do'

It was less than 10 hours until Valentine's Day and a lot of the city's regular blood donors had already cycled through the Elk's Lodge. Six padded examination tables sat atop the ballroom's shoe-scuffed dance floor.

When will Pvt. Rocky fall through the ice?

It's not that Rocky is a bad man. He's a chill dude, perched up on his lifeguard chair on Rockwell Pond in shorts, T-shirt and neon orange socks.

Custodial services company files lawsuit against Leominster for termination of contract

Less than two months after its custodial services contract with the school department was terminated, The Durkin Co. filed a lawsuit against the city.

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