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The group behind the proposed Academy for the Whole Child Charter School has once again submitted a proposal for review by the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.
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A Guatemalan national wanted for attempted murder in her native country was turned over to Guatemalan law enforcement personnel Thursday after being arrested in Fitchburg.
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The Montachusett Regional Vocational High School District School Committee voted Thursday night to allow the acting superintendent to select the next principal.
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A theatrical exploration of the contributions of women in the American Revolution, a choreographed dance set to the Internet sensation "What Does the Fox Say?" and a demonstration of focus, coordination and teamwork.
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Kat Goss always wanted to run a 5K race, so she decided to throw her own this year in honor of her 40th birthday.
A senior citizen who was apparently upset that somebody was tailgating him pulled out a handgun on Wednesday afternoon, police said.
The Montachusett Opportunity Council has received a $34,546 grant from the Tufts Health Plan Foundation to expand its Linking Initiatives for Vibrant Elders program in North Central Massachusetts.
Arthur T. Demoulas and his side of the family have made an offer to buy out Market Basket a month after he was fired as CEO, he announced in a statement Wednesday evening.
GLENN BECK TAKES ON COMMON CORE: Urging parents to boycott standardized tests and fight the "weasels" promoting Common Core, conservative commentator Glenn Beck sought to rally grassroots activism with a nationwide town hall event called "We Will Not Conform."
After 35 years of deficit spending that resulted in a cumulative debt of $22 million, the Montachusett Regional Transit Authority as soon as next year will not be able to spend what it doesn't have -- and that could mean cuts in services.
Nick Christian 23 of Fitchburg, center, and other Market Basket workers protest outside the Leominster Market Basket today.
Parents tired of parking at Town Hall for their kids' baseball games can be hopeful: The state has approved Westminster's open-space and recreation plan.
Fidelity Bank is considering turning a property it owns at the corner of Main and Day streets into a new branch location, among other options.
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