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Denise and Barry Wortman's sixth-annual charity golf tournament to benefit the Fitchburg-Leominster Boys & Girls Club tees off at Grandview Country Club on Sept.
The Pepperell playground ended its summer program last Friday with a student and parent dodgeball game and donuts and munchkins donated by the local Dunkin' Donuts.
For the first time in weeks Market Basket employees at the Fitchburg store said Thursday they had lines of customers waiting to get checked out while short speeches from elated and victorious employees played through the store's speakers.
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.
Two people were left temporarily homeless when a fire damaged a multifamily home at 36 Boutelle St. shortly after midnight Thursday, said Deputy Fire Chief Gary Ranno.
The Massachusetts Cultural Council has awarded grants totaling $115,320 to cultural organizations, schools, and all 11 communities in her district, Sen. Jennifer Flanagan announced Wednesday.
According to the Associated General Contractors of America, a lobbying group outside of Washington, D.C., 11 of the 12 Massachusetts metros it tracks added jobs in July, with the lone outlier being Pittsfield, which was flat.
"I moved the desk around, that's about it," she said Tuesday. "My goal is to make coming to school for teachers and students this year as smooth as possible."
Superintendent of Schools James Jolicoeur welcomed back about 940 teachers and staff members Tuesday in a districtwide celebration of past accomplishments and ongoing initiatives leading to today's school bell.
A would-be customer at Harper's Farm produce stand near the Friendly's restaurant on North Main Street stole the cash box Monday about 5:10 p.m., police said.
A Green Street resident found a handgun in a bag thrown in shrubbery outside his house Friday afternoon, police said.
Firefighters doused a mulch fire that spread to the outside wall near the drive-through window of the Burger King restaurant on Merriam Avenue on Sunday, about 6:30 p.m. The cause of the fire was unclear, but mulch fires usually start either by a cigarette being dropped or spontaneous combustion from a hot day, Cordio said.
Police on Monday night were looking for a white man with an average build and goatee who robbed Family Federal Savings Bank on Whalom Road on Monday afternoon.
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