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2 hrs ago | The Item Extra
A developer is in discussion with the Planning Board to develop the former Our Lady of the Rosary Church into condominiums.
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6 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Gov. Deval Patrick received largely positive reviews for his recently announced final budget plan for fiscal year 2015.
10 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Christ Church, 569 Main St., will host a Lenten series beginning on March 12 and running Wednesdays until April 9. The series will begin with a soup lunch at 11:30 a.m., followed by a 12:10 p.m. Eucharist Service and a Lenten study led by the Rev.
11 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise
The Stratton Players will present "Habeas Corpus" at their temporary playhouse at the First Parish Unitarian Church, 923 Main St., beginning March 28 at 8 p.m. Subsequent performances will be held March 29 and April 4, all at 8 p.m. In addition, the cast will present Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. on March 30 and on April 6. "Habeas Corpus," a raucous ... (more)
16 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise
"Magpied: Photographic Collections of Coelynn McIninch" will be on view at the Conlon Media Wall at Fitchburg State University through April 2. On Monday the Sentinel & Enterprise spoke with McIninch about her current exhibit.
20 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise
State Sen. Jennifer Flanagan was honored Wednesday for her work supporting developmentally disabled residents with an award from the Massachusetts Developmental Disabilities Council at its 36th annual legislative reception.
The city has signed a deal with the Massachusetts Trial Court that will keep the district court in downtown Leominster for the next three years.
Secretary of Health and Human Services John W. Polanowicz speaks on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 during Affordable Healthcare hearing at The Statehouse.
State investigators have asked officials with the Montachusett Regional Transit Authority to sign letters certifying they have not destroyed any records related to the double-dipping probe of the transit agency's embattled leader.
Police Chief Greg Massak, a 35-year law-enforcement veteran, alerted selectmen in a letter at their meeting Monday night that he is retiring when his contract expires June 30. Massak's contract is up at the end of the current fiscal year, he said, and he decided not to pursue an extension after negotiations failed to reach a compromise.
The college neighborhood, home to students and nonstudent residents, faces a problem with parking.
When it came to making nominations for the Daughters of the American Revolution's Community Service Award, Elaine Perrault didn't have to look much further than her own church.
Five years after an ice storm ravaged the Fitchburg area with extended blackouts, the state Supreme Judicial Court heard opposing arguments Tuesday from lawyers for Fitchburg Gas and Electric Light Company and residents seeking to bring a class-action lawsuit against the utility.
The Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court hears arguments in a class action lawsuit against Unitil.
The Department of Children and Families has been embroiled in controversy since the disappearance of 5-year-old Jeremiah Oliver last year.
Police are looking for the driver of a white truck with a snowplow on it that is believed to have struck a pedestrian on Summer Street on Thursday morning.
Police are looking for several young men who held up a Cumberland Farms late Sunday night armed with guns and blades, and then fled on foot.