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  1. Texas trooper cited for Snoop Dogg photo at Austin festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    A state trooper has been reprimanded for posing for a photo with Snoop Dogg at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, because the rapper has several convictions for drug possession. Billy Spears was working security at the March event when Snoop Dogg asked to take a picture with him.

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  2. Boston McDonald's workers: Where's our raise?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Fast food workers in Boston plan to target McDonald's for criticism Thursday, a day after the franchise announced plans to pay some of its U.S. workers more than the minimum wage. Local fast food workers plan to demand that the company raise wages to $15 an hour and respect the rights of cooks and cashiers to form a union without facing retaliation.

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  3. Image of Asia: Cherry blossoms signal springtime in TokyoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    In this photo by Shizuo Kambayashi, a sparrow drinks the nectar of a cherry blossom in full bloom at Ueno Park in Tokyo. The annual rite of spring in Japan, cherry blossom season involves viewing and sitting under "sakura" trees and taking in the fluffy pink flowers, which drop off about a week after they appear.

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  4. Authors talk baseball's heyday in LunenburgRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The Lunenburg Historical Society presents Historical Baseball Games and Players tonight at 7 at the Lunenburg Public Library, 1023 Massachusetts Ave. Presented by local authors and baseball enthusiasts including Richard LeTarte of Lunenburg, author of "That One Glorious Season," a book chronicling events leading to a pinnacle year in the careers of more than a dozen players in the 1950s; Jack Walsh of Townsend, author of "Baseball's Good Guys"; and Ralph Pallotta, author of "One Day in Mudville: A Look at Some of the Most Unique Baseball Games of All Time," a book chronicling 22 of baseball's most interesting and historic games.

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  5. First-time homebuyer class begins TuesdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The HomeOwnership Center of North Central Massachusetts, in partnership with Enterprise Bank, is hosting a first-time homebuyer class beginning Tuesday. The first-time homebuyer program includes three classes -- Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday -- from 5:30 until 8:30 p.m. at Twin Cities CDC, 470 Main St. Fee for the class is $50, which includes a light dinner, course book and all program handouts.

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  6. Harvard accepts record low percentage of applicantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Harvard University has accepted a record low 5.3 percent of applicants for admission into next fall's freshman class and made a record number of rejections. Harvard College, the university's undergraduate school, announced Wednesday that it had sent admission notifications to 1,990 of the record 37,307 students who applied for admission into the Class of 2019.

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  7. 10 things to know ThursdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Al-Shabab gunmen attack a college in the northeast, targeting Christians and killing at least 15 people and wounding 60 others, witnesses say. Iran says "significant progress" has been made in negotiations meant to reach a preliminary pact on the curbs Tehran must accept on atomic activities.

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  8. Pope acknowledges exhaustion of priests -- including himselfRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Pope Francis is entering the final busy days of Holy Week by acknowledging the exhaustion priests like him can feel, but urging them to keep emotionally close to their flock through life's joys and sorrows. Francis celebrated Holy Thursday Mass hours before heading to Rome's main prison to wash the feet of inmates -- a pre-Easter ritual designed to show his willingness to serve others.

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  9. Oakmont baseball team makes effort a priorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Oakmont's Brandon Truax pitches to a Lunenburg hitter during a game last season. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE / ASHLEY GREEN Sentinel and Enterprise staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.

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  10. Ask Twin City PawsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Dear Cat Family: The new cat needs to be checked by a vet and spayed/neutered and vaccinated before you bring her home. If this didn't happen, make the appointment ASAP.

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  11. Bid to sell frozen owl ruffles feathersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Peter Atwood, 51, of Chelmsford, in Lowell Disrict Court Wednesday, pleaded not guilty to charges of hunting a bird of prey and hunting/fishing in a closed season. SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE / LISA REDMOND Sentinel and Enterprise staff photos can be ordered by visiting our SmugMug site.

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  12. Baskets filled with goodwillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Sharon Bernard, center, past president of the Fitchburg Rotary Club, bought food for the Fitchburg Senior Centers' food pantry to be given out to families of veterans. With her Wednesday, from left, are Senior Center members and veterans Mary Plumme, Bob Kelly, Ron Plumme, center Executive Director Joan Goodwin, Billy Oxford, Paul Thonis and Guilio Balducci.

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  13. Celtics net crucial win over PacersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Kelly Olynyk stood against a wall in the middle of the locker room, looking more like he just left a boxing ring than a basketball court. With his left eye bruised and nearly shut with four stitches from an injury sustained hours before tip-off, Olynyk scored 19 points as the Boston Celtics beat the Indiana Pacers 100-87 Wednesday night in a matchup of Eastern Conference playoff hopefuls.

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  14. Oakmont aims to return to softball playoffsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Oakmont's Kallie Napolitano, right, celebrates with pitcher Katie Becotte after making a put-out during a 4-0 Central Mass. Division 2 semifinal loss to Grafton at Worcester State University on June 3, 2014.

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  15. Girls' tennis: Nashoba shuts out North MiddlesexRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Winning by perfect scores of 6-0, 6-0 for Nashoba were Jillian Winer , Pia Giessler and Emma Picaro in first through third singles, respectively. In first doubles, Cayla Murphy and Keagan Castles defeated Amy Flournoy and Delaney Ledoux, 6-0, 6-1.

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  16. Husband's daughter comes between coupleRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Jerry has a peculiar relationship with his daughter, "Serena." She was taken from him by her mother at a very early age, and he did not see her again until she was 13. At age 15, she got into a fight with her mother and came to live with Jerry.

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  17. Donoghue: 'No truth' Olympic panel may drop Boston's bidRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    State Sen. Eileen Donoghue dismissed a report in the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday that the U.S. Olympic Committee may drop Boston's bid unless local support for the 2024 Summer Games improves. "There's no truth to that," said Donoghue, one of the games' earliest backers.

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  18. FSU hosts discussion, screening of film on NFL's 'Concussion Crisis'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The Center for Conflict Studies at Fitchburg State University this spring turns its focus to issues surrounding violence in sports. On Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. there will be a screening and discussion of the film "League of Denial: The NFL's Concussion Crisis" in the Randall Lecture Hall in the science center, 333 North St. Faculty member Joseph Moser will lead the post-film discussion.

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  19. Fossil fuels bad for us and the economyRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    In respect to your March 24 editorial , it would have been far more assistance to your readers if you indicated that we should practice what Obama preaches rather than why we don't practice what he preaches. Should the Sentinel & Enterprise really think presidential advocacy for clean air is a "palooza," e.g., "an exaggerated event"? Do the editors think breathing is just an optional physiological practice? The European Union and other political entities are perhaps getting the point, but the American Congress, at least as it is currently shown by a majority in both houses, likely does not.

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  20. Judge ends Maine man's attempt to salvage Cape Cod shipwreckRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2015 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    A treasure hunter's effort to salvage what he calls $3 billion in platinum from a World War II shipwreck off Cape Cod has been ended by a federal judge. Greg Brooks' company Sea Hunters LP is no longer allowed to salvage additional items from the S.S. Port Nicholson, which was sunk by a Nazi U-boat in 1942, U.S. District Judge George Singal ruled on Wednesday.

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