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As students head back to school and the nights get cooler, residents of North Central Massachusetts wasted no time taking advantage of Labor Day, often considered the unofficial last day of summer.
A team of NH Fish and Game Conservation officers, DRED Mountain Patrol Rangers, and several volunteers were called to rescue a hiker on Mount Monadnock on Saturday night.
Lancaster made national news in 1924 when The Knights of Columbus stormed a Ku Klux Klan rally, and the resulting brawl turn into an all-night riot, with 1,500 men bludgeoning, stabbing and shooting each other.
Honee Hess the Executive Director of the Worcester Center of Crafts will receive this year's ArtsWorcester Award, which is given out annually to an individual who has made exceptional contributions to the artistic and cultural life of Worcester.
Sal Emma can remember his mother walking into downtown Fitchburg every weekday morning to report for duty at a plastics factory.
How can a state with so many elected Democrats also have a majority of independents? Political experts disagree on why a rock-solid blue state has so many unenrolled voters.
The two squads both earned four of the first place votes for 46 points. The Bears return 2013 MASCAC Runner of the Year Krysta Zbikowski, who finished first overall last year and Danielle Poto, who came in second both earning All-Conference honors.
Deputy State Fire Marshal Peter J. Ostroskey and Massachusetts Firefighting Academy Deputy Director Joseph Klucznik announced the graduation of the 216th class of the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy's forty-five-day Career Recruit Firefighting Training Program on Aug. 29. " This rigorous professional training provides our newest firefighters ... (more)
Worcester Superior Court Judge Richard Tucker on Friday issued an order to the mother of slain Fitchburg 5-year-old Jeremiah Oliver that forbids her from reaching out to her two remaining children.
Roger Dell, Director of Education at the Farnsworth Art Museum, will give a talk about how the arts affect our lives at a meeting of the Cushing Historical Society Thursday, Sept.
Witnesses say five people were injured, including three children, in a two-vehicle accident on Route 31 at the interchange with Route 2 at about 1:34 p.m. Friday.
Fitchburg manufacturer Micron Products Inc. has been fined $6,790 by the state Department of Environmental Protection for violating hazardous-waste regulations, the DEP announced Friday.
Shriver Job Corps celebrated 50 years of workforce training on Wednesday, when state officials piled into a packed auditorium at the Devens site to congratulate the center.
Commerce Bank, in conjunction with the offices of Leominster Mayor Dean Mazzarella and Fitchburg Mayor Lisa Wong, the Leominster Police Department and the Fitchburg Fire Department, will hold a free Kids' Safety Event for children from kindergarten to age 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept.
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