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Lunenburg, Massachusetts is located in Worcester County. Zip codes in Lunenburg, MA include 01462. The median home price in Lunenburg is $299,900 which is roughly $155/per square foot. More Lunenburg information.

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7 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise

Lunenburg man arraigned in Leominster bakery fire

A Lunenburg man was arraigned Wednesday on an arson charge in the fire that heavily damaged Joyce's Pies and Bakery on June 24. Joel Valerio, 24, of 3 John St., Lunenburg, was arraigned in Leominster Superior Court on the charge of arson.

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7 hrs ago | Lowell Sun

Grant to help Groton K-9 stay safe on the road

The Police Department has received a $2,100 grant from Massachusetts Vest-A-Dog, a Walpole-based nonprofit organization, toward the purchase of a police-cruiser kennel to help Lola, a 3-year-old black Labrador retriever safely ride a 2014 Ford Police Interceptor.

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

A Renaissance and Celtic Saturday at Drawbridge in Lunenburg

The Harper and The Minstrel husband-and-wife duo will perform Renaissance and Celtic music at Garden at Drawbridge Puppet Theatre on Saturday at 5 p.m. Drawbridge Theatre is an intimate venue surrounded by gardens and tucked away about a mile from the center of town.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

Monty Tech acting superintendent gets OK to hire principal

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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Tue Jul 22, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

Lunenburg residents invited to help officials redo town center

The Planning Board scheduled a public visioning session at its meeting Monday night to acquire insight from residents surrounding future improvements to the town's center.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

Manager: 'It could be empty tomorrow'

Looking toward the bustling produce section of the Water Street Market Basket, Adiel Silva knew the commotion wouldn't last too much longer.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

'Tiger' turns himself in; no charges

A Lunenburg man walked into the Leominster police station on Church Street Saturday morning admitting he dressed as a tiger when he went to get a haircut at Great Clips at Orchard Hill Park Thursday, said Officer Greg Robichaud.

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Mon Jul 14, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

Throwback Moment

It wasn't the first time Josh Geswell occupied the pitcher's mound at Marshall Park.

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Fri Jul 11, 2014

Nashoba Publishing Online

Local businesses come together to honor teachers

Forty lucky teachers received this season's "golden ticket" -- a seat at the annual Teacher Appreciation Night on Wednesday, June 11, at The Bull Run, Shirley.

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Nashoba Publishing Online

Ayer fire log

June 30: 15:05 A-1 ALS Shirley; 16:42 A-1 to Nashoba Park; 17:51 Engine 2 to 10 Oak Grove St. for a CO activation; 21:15 A-1 ALS Lunenburg.

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Thu Jul 10, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

Prison officer gets $1,000 fine in Leominster spray assault

A local corrections officer who attacked a man with pepper spray earlier this year was ordered to stay away from his victim, write an apology note and pay him $1,000 in restitution as part of his sentencing agreement, according to court documents.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

Gravestones found toppled at Fitchburg cemetery

Four headstones were pushed over, but it appeared at least a couple of them may have been toppled anytime dating to Memorial Day weekend, she said.

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Tue Jul 08, 2014

The Shrewsbury Lantern

Shrewsbury restaurant, b.good, is making quite an impression

To b or not to b g ood that is! b.good , Shrewsbury's newest, up and coming restaurant, is putting a new spin on fast food and is now open at White City Plaza, Shrewsbury, MA.

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Mon Jul 07, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

Clean-up begins after quick-strike storms

Parts of North Central Massachusetts are beginning the massive clean-up process after two heavy rainstorms ripped through the area Monday afternoon.

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Fri Jul 04, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Pipeline foes unite to oppose project

Pat Worth stands with her dog in a pasture on her Greenfyre Farm in Royalston as her horses graze near the path of a proposed pipeline.

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Nashoba Publishing Online

Free Fun Fridays at Fruitlands, Discovery Museum

State Rep. Jen Benson, D-Lunenburg, announces that both Fruitlands Museum in Harvard, and The Discovery Museums in Acton will to participate in the Highland Street Foundation's annual Free Fun Fridays program.

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Thu Jul 03, 2014

Lowell Sun

Lightning sparks 3-alarm Ayer blaze

A lightning strike during a quickly passing thunderstorm sparked a three-alarm fire in at 19 Columbia St. Thursday afternoon, leaving two families homeless, officials said.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

Weekend Best Bets

Aesop's fables have stood the test of time, so Drawbridge Puppet Theater's Jeff Koslik has no problem using this month to reprise the tales that teach.

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Tue Jul 01, 2014

The Groton Line

Area Teachers Get a "Thank You" Evening From Community Chiropractic

Forty lucky local teachers from Groton-Dunstable, Ayer-Shirley, Devens, Lunenburg, and other local districts received a "golden ticket" to the annual Teacher Appreciation Night hosted by Community Chiropractic, and co-sponsored by The Bull Run Restaurant, Groton Wellness, Luth's Family Karate, Citizen's Bank, Perkins & Anctil PC, and Lavender ... (more)

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Albertini graduates from Bucknell Univ.

Bucknell University conferred 859 bachelors and 26 masters degrees during commencement ceremonies May 18. Degrees were awarded for studies in liberal arts and professional programs in engineering, education, management and music.

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