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For much of that time, he also held a full-time job as an educator in Fitchburg, where he taught for many years at the former B.F. Brown Junior High School before retiring several years ago.
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8 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise
As news spread Thursday afternoon that 95-year-old Nelson Mandela died after a lengthy illness, members of the black community in North Central Massachusetts reflected on the impact the anti-Apartheid leader had on the world.
9 hrs ago | Go Local
Kathleen Galat Bowers, Grasshopper Scream, digital archival print, 2013-one of the works which will be featured in the Creatures Real and Imagined exhibit.
The long-debated demolition delay ordinance for historically significant buildings proposed by the Historical Commission has been tabled once again by the City Council after another round of proposed revisions.
The Fitchburg State University Humanities Department will ring in the holiday season with a series of free concerts in December on the university campus.
Li Ruixue, a middle-school principal from China, visited Monty Tech recently to learn about career and technical education.
Christopher M. Clarke, 27, of 11 Blossom St., Leominster, Mass., was arrested Nov. 23, and Michael M. Mack, 24, of 27 Spruce St., Fitchburg, Mass., was arrested Wednesday.
A certified go-getter, this beautiful young Hispanic woman is reaching new heights daily.
In anticipation of an ordered restructuring, the UMass Family Medicine Residency program at Community Health Connections is indefinitely suspending recruitment.
Affidavits for search warrants connected to the Nov. 13 fire at the West End Diner allege owner Jeffrey A. Cordio offered a new employee $5,000 to set the eatery on fire and even asked to have his wife killed in order to collect a $2 million insurance policy.
The Sentinel & Enterprise once again is counting down the days to Christmas with the help of kids across the area.
There's an abundance of beautiful architecture in the city, and the owners of some of the historic and unique homes and buildings will open their doors Saturday for the curious to take a peek at the beauty inside and bring on the holiday cheer.
The City Council has unanimously approved the appointment of new student police officer Michael Lopez, whom Police Chief Robert DeMoura says will assist with strengthening ties with the city's youth.
Verizon is hoping the Legislature will reverse monopoly laws that the telecommunications company says puts it at a competitive disadvantage.
Three juniors in the Dental Assisting program at Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School are trying to make life brighter for area children entering foster care.
Fixing up plates of ziti and meatballs at Il Forno in Fitchburg on Monday are, from left, Marcus Moran, president of Aubuchon Hardware, Mike Mohamed, owner of Il Forno, and Norman Boudreau, retired CEO of IC Credit Union.