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  1. For Leominster-area farms, apple season brings poachers with an appetiteRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 22 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    While thousands flock to farms throughout September and early October to pick apples, the ripened fruit also attract who don't want to pay for what they pick. "There was one two weeks ago, when I saw a woman who's paid for one bag carrying these two cloth bags that were so full of apples that she could barely walk," said Joanne DiNardo, president of Friends of Sholan Farms, the city-run farm.

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  2. Foes, supporters of charter schools make cases on ballot Question 2Read the original story

    Tuesday Sep 6 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    While it's still months until the November polls, the Twin Cities have seen residents on both sides of the issues related to charter schools posed by Question 2 on the ballot. Though many educators and parents of children in public schools oppose the notion of allowing up to 12 new charter schools or enrollment expansions every year in Massachusetts, others say students require the options Question 2 would make possible.

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  3. Townsend woman among trio facing drug-trafficking chargesRead the original story

    Aug 23, 2016 | Shirley Oracle

    Three people were arrested Friday on drug-distribution charges after police officers discovered at least a pound of marijuana packaged for sale in the room in which they were staying at a local motel, according to a police spokesman. Trevor J. Berard, 25, 60 Terrace Drive, Apt.

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  4. Police: Too doggone hot to leave pets in carRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2016 | Harvard Hillside

    Rudy, a border collie belonging to Pavel Pospisil of Leominster, cools off in the brook at Coolidge Park in Fitchburg on Tuesday. The river s a good place for him on hot days like the area is seeing this summer, as local police are warning residents not to leave pets in their cars while they do errands.

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  5. Townsend Astros fall in openerRead the original story

    May 6, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    The Townsend Astros, of the Central Mass Over-40 Baseball League, opened The 2016 season at home with team sponsor Pam Mariano, of Bailey's Bar and Grill thowing out the first pitch. Despite playing with a roster depleted by illness and injury, the Astros played well in a 6-4 loss at the hands of the Fitchburg Red Sox.

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  6. Shirley makes some headway on commuter-rail issuesRead the original story

    May 2, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    As selectmen wrapped up a short and uneventful session Monday night, the only public comment came from a member of the board. Kendra Dumont briefed the board on a transportation meeting she attended with Town Administrator Patrice Garvin last week.

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  7. Boston police: Video leads to Charles River in search for missing Harvard manRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2016 | Harvard Hillside

    The Boston Police Department has video that has prompted officers to search the Charles River for a missing Harvard man and former Leominster resident. Stephen McNulty, a police spokesperson, said police "were shown new video that has pointed us into this direction and we are searching the Charles River."

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  8. Rollstone Bank donates $5,000 for new Harvard fire truckRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 28, 2016 | Harvard Hillside

    Rollstone Bank & Trust recently gave $5,000 to the Harvard Fire Department for help purchasing a truck with an aerial lift. The department did not have its own tower truck and relied on area towns to provide one when needed.

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  9. Body found in Boston Harbor is missing Harvard manRead the original story

    Mar 15, 2016 | Shirley Oracle

    A body found in the Charles River on Tuesday has been identified as missing Leominster native Zachary Marr, state police said Tuesday evening. Zachary Marr, 22, a Leominster High School graduate who was living in Harvard at the time he went missing, was last seen Feb. 13, about 1:40 a.m., outside the Bell in Hand bar on 45 Union St., in Boston.

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  10. Boston police: Video leads to Charles River in search for missing Harvard manRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 23, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    The Boston Police Department has video that has prompted officers to search the Charles River for a missing Harvard man and former Leominster resident. Stephen McNulty, a police spokesperson, said police "were shown new video that has pointed us into this direction and we are searching the Charles River."

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  11. 2nd-period surge lifts Groton-Dunstable over LeominsterRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 19, 2015 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Groton-Dunstable wanted it from the very beginning, and although Leominster kept things close early, a second-period surge put the Crusaders over the top, as the visitors defeated the Blue Devils 5-2 Saturday night at Fitchburg State University's Wallace Civic Center. Leominster swept the two-game series last season, but this is a new school year and Groton-Dunstable brought back a boatload of experience.

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  12. Bemis Associates Toys for Tots drive nets $29,000Read the original story

    Dec 17, 2015 | Harvard Hillside

    Bemis CEO Micayla Zelny, International Analyst Kerra Huchowski, who coordinates the Toys for Tots program with the Massachusetts State Police, USMC Gunnery Sgt. Joseph Kuehner, who coordinates the Worcester County Toys for Tots program for the Marines and "Santa" Mike Lynch, who has worked for Bemis for 23 years and initiated the company's participation in the program 18 years ago.

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  13. Ayer Shirley benefits from Mount Wachusett programRead the original story

    Dec 1, 2015 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Mount Wachusett Community College and four public school districts have received a $20,000 grant from Gov. Charlie Baker's administration to plan an Inclusive Concurrent Enrollment program that will enhance academic opportunities for high-school students with severe disabilities. The partnership includes the Gardner, Fitchburg, Leominster and Ayer Shirley school districts, as well as the Central Area Programs and Services Collaborative, a Westminster-based regional educational collaborative.

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