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Leominster, Massachusetts is located in Worcester County. Zip codes in Leominster, MA include 01453. The median home price in Leominster is $205,000 which is roughly $138/per square foot. More Leominster information.

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14 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise

Leominster Art Association to meet

The Leominster Art Association will hold the first meeting of its 50th year at 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Congregational Church of Christ, 583 Main St. . Lvesque calls her style "chromatic painting," and it is completely her own.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

the Sunday Notebook Berwick helped clinch victory for Coakley

SOON AFTER he won the gubernatorial nomination at the June 14 state Democratic Convention in Worcester, Treasurer Steve Grossman called it a "wonderful victory." Sure, Grossman ran away with 35.2 percent of the party insider vote, compared to 23.3 percent for Attorney General Martha Coakley, who finished just 1.2 percent ahead of the third-place finisher, former Medicare and Medicaid administrator Don Berwick.

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Banker & Tradesman

D. Oscar O'Connor

As a longtime executive at Leominster Credit Union, Oscar O'Connor has played a role reinvigorating the housing market of north-central Massachusetts. A valid subscription is required to read the article or use the tool you've selected.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

Long on caring, short on volunteers

Kathy Heintz is concerned the United Way of North Central Massachusetts won't get enough volunteers for its annual Day of Caring next week. On Thursday the organization is holding its annual large-scale volunteer work day to benefit local nonprofit groups.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

Long on caring, short on volunteers

Kathy Heintz is concerned the United Way of North Central Massachusetts won't get enough volunteers for its annual Day of Caring next week. On Thursday the organization is holding its annual large-scale volunteer work day to benefit local nonprofit groups.

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The Item Extra

Sterling family needs help to save home

There is nothing worse than a family having to deal with major illnesses. Now, a Sterling family is trying to cope with two illnesses and the possibility of losing their home.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

What the few votes said about primary

A look at the results of Tuesday's key primary results -- which attracted just 12 percent of the state's voters, making it more a glorified survey. * The governor's race: On the Democratic side, Attorney General Martha Coakley again showed she has a hard time closing the deal.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

See TAM's take on 'Les Miz' in October

"Les Miserables," the epic tale of passion and redemption in 19th-century France, will be presented by Mount Wachusett Community College's Theatre at the Mount Oct. 10, 11, 17, and 18 at 8 p.m., and Oct. 12 and 19 at 2 p.m. Featuring a cast of nearly 60 actors ages 7 to 70, TAM's production is directed by Peter Landry, with musical direction by Joanne Landry. "Les Miserables" follows Jean Valjean as he is pursued by the implacable Inspector Javert through some of the most tumultuous years in French history.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Violence has neighbors of Leominster bar on edge

As police continue to investigate the stabbing of a teenager outside Captain's Lounge early Sunday morning and an alleged murder suspect sits in jail awaiting trial for an incident last year at the same bar, families who live near the bar are scared that the violence will get worse. Lianna M. Condon and her husband have rented a home that sits on a hill with a picturesque view of Lake Whalom the past three years.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

At least one injured in three-car crash on Route 2 in Fitchburg

At least one person was transported to HealthAlliance Hospital Thursday afternoon after a three-car accident on Route 2 eastbound near Oak Hill Road. State Trooper Joseph Hall of the Leominster Barracks said the operator of a red Dodge Caliber appeared to be driving erratically before the accident.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

Rollstone donates $5G to Cleghorn Center

Rollstone Bank & Trust recently donated $5,000 to the Cleghorn Neighborhood Center in Fitchburg to be used in its after-school programs. The main goal of the center's after-school program is to support more than 100 elementary-, middle- and high-school students in the areas of academics, computer technology, employability, life skills and recreation.

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The Item Extra

Rosemary O'Connell

Rosemary K. O'Connell, 65, of Hubbardston, died at her home Monday, Sept. 8, with her family at her side after a long illness.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

REMEMBERING 9/11: For those who serve, a day to share strength

His friends joined the city's police and fire departments even as he joined the Army and settled in North Central Massachusetts after serving at Fort Devens. "9/11 comes, and I lose a real good childhood friend and a couple people from my neighborhood," Churcher said.

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Michael Tassone

He was born in Westfield, on Aug. 25, 1941, a son of the late Domenick and Carmela Tassone. He attended St. Joseph Grammar School and graduated from Drury High School Trade School in 1961.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Lowell Sun

Flanagan makes the ballot

State Sen. Jennifer Flanagan will be up for re-election in November after she secured the necessary 300 write-in votes Tuesday night to earn a spot on the general election ballot. The Leominster resident was forced to mount an uncontested write-in campaign in the Democratic primary after the signatures she collected to get her name on the ballot were ruled invalid due to a clerical error.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

Leominster man charged in theft from Ash-West hockey league closer to trial

A former Ashburnham-Westminster Youth Hockey Association administrator from Leominster on Wednesday moved a step closer to trial in Worcester Superior Court, where he faces charges he stole nearly $29,000 from the league. At the request of Assistant District Attorney John O'Leary and defense attorney Sean Smith, Judge James Lemire during a brief court hearing set an Oct. 9 hearing date during which a trial date could be set.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

Cornerstone's in Leominster serving up last dish Sept. 20

Tracy Sladen, bar manager of Cornerstones in Leominster, on the closing of the restaurant and the owners' expected opening of a new restaurant elsewhere in the city, where she will be the manager: "I'm excited about the prospect of a new business. Sad to see Cornerstones close, but excited about the prospect."

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Commerce Back Leominster office to hold kids' safety event

Commerce Bank will hold a free Kids' Safety Event for children from kindergarten to age 12 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sept. 13 at the office at 565 Main St., in conjunction with the offices of Leominster Mayor Dean J. Mazzarella and Fitchburg Mayor Lisa A. Wong, the Leominster Police Department and the Fitchburg Fire Department.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Normandin to speak at North Central Chamber breakfast

James F. Normandin, the new publisher of the Telegram & Gazette, will be the guest speaker at the Sept.

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The Groton Line

George Pergantis, Groton Innkeeper, Suffers Fatal Heart Attack

George Pergantis, one of Groton's most colorful and controversial characters, and for many years the owner-operator of the Groton Inn on Main Street, died of an apparent heart attack Tuesday evening, September 2. Pergantis had just moved from an apartment at 128 Main Street, his Groton Inn property in Groton, to a house he owned at 50 Frankfort ... (more)

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