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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.
Mayor Lisa Wong is asking the company looking to build a slots casino in Leominster to sweeten the financial deal it has offered the city, arguing the project will have a negative impact on traffic and public safety in Fitchburg.
A little girl goes to sleep and her dreams transform to nightmares in "Dorme," performed by the LaCapra Ballerina Puppet Theatre of Italy and presented at 7 p.m. Dec. 4 as part of the CenterStage at Fitchburg State University arts and culture series.
Icy conditions wreaked havoc on the roadways in Central Mass. Sunday morning, with a handful of small accidents in Fitchburg and Leominster overshadowed by a massive pileup in Worcester.
Todd Sibley, of Leominster, has been named collections manager for the credit union.
Three people were stabbed in Fitchburg and one in Worcester in two separate incidents early this morning, police said.
The April 2010 release of the iPad was met with ridicule by some critics who could not see why anyone would need one.