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  1. 'School House Rock Jr.' Aug. 16-18Read the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise

    New Players Theatre Guild will present its second Summer Workshop production, which features 25 enthusiastic and talented young actors from local communities, including Fitchburg, Leominster, Clinton, Princeton, Lunenburg and Worcester. Under the tutelage of director Kevin Baldwin and choreographer Karen Baldwin, these "theater kids" have experienced the basics of acting, singing and dancing.

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  2. Massachusetts BriefsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 13 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Officers were called to a home in the neighborhood of Mattapan shortly after 11 p.m. on Saturday night and found a man in his mid-50s suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. Boston Police Commissioner William Gross says "one homicide is too many," and that last year at this time, there had been 32 homicides in Boston.

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  3. Busse is option to senator's 'socialist' ideasRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 11 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The good news is that the sanctuary amendment in the state budget has been voted out. The only vote in the Senate against taking it out was by Senator Jamie Eldridge, the amendment's sponsor.

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  4. Report outlines "staggering growth" in urgent care centersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The number of urgent care centers in Massachusetts rocketed up by more than 700 percent from 2010 to 2017, while the number of retail clinics nearly tripled, according to a new report. There were 18 urgent care centers and 20 retail clinics in 2010, compared to 145 urgent care centers at the end of 2017 and 57 retail clinics in 2018, according to data released Thursday by the state's Health Policy Commission.

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  5. Tough break: Homes left without waterRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 9 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Thirty homes were without water after a water main at the corner of Jytek Road and Bainbridge Street broke Wednesday afternoon. The Department of Public Works was called to the break at about 12:15 p.m., said General Foreman Rick Cormier.

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  6. Flutter by Broad Meadow for a special event SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 9 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    "The festival is designed with families with younger children in mind, but it's also designed for adults who want to learn more about butterflies and pollinators," said Martha Gach, conservation coordinator for Broad Meadow Brook. The 11th annual Barbara J. Walker Butterfly Festival is Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., at Brook Meadow Brook, 414 Massasoit Road, Worcester.

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  7. Union divide contributed to Janus bill's demiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 7 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Less than a month before the U.S. Supreme Court struck down a public sector union's right to charge fees to non-members, House Speaker Robert DeLeo was already thinking about what could be done in response. At a podium in front of 6,000 Democrats at the DCU Center in Worcester, the Winthrop Democrat assured labor that Massachusetts would not allow the court to weaken them by cutting off a key source of funding.

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  8. As election season nears, candidate endorsements keep comingRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 5 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    At-large Leominster City Councilor Sue Chalifoux Zephir recently picked up the support of the Environmental League of Massachusetts Action Fund PAC in her bid to unseat freshman Republican legislator Dean Tran. ELM Action Fund Executive Director Joe O'Brien referred to the Leominster Democrat as being dedicated to her community in a recent statement endorsing her run to represent the Worcester and Middlesex state senate district.

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  9. DA: Leominster crash victim a Framingham womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 27 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The woman killed in an SUV crash on Johnny Appleseed Lane Sunday night has been identified as Emilia Ortiz, a 35-year-old Framingham resident. Ortiz was the passenger in the Nissan Rogue that crashed at about 10:40 p.m. outside 171 Johnny Appleseed Lane.

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  10. District Attorney's office identifies woman killed in weekend crash in LeominsterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 26 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The woman killed in the car crash that took place on Johnny Appleseed Lane Sunday evening has been identified as Emilia Ortiz, a 35-year-old Framingham resident. Ortiz was the passenger in the Nissan Rogue that crashed at about 10:40 p.m. outside 171 Johnny Appleseed Lane.

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  11. Pols wade through sea of bills in final flurryRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 26 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Massachusetts lawmakers cast votes Wednesday for an August sales tax holiday and several other measures as they began what loomed as a hectic final week of legislative action. The Senate and the House face a July 31 deadline to complete work on dozens of major bills that have lingered until the closing days of the 2017-18 session.

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  12. Woman killed in weekend Leominster crashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 25 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The exact cause of a fatal crash on Johnny Appleseed Lane over the weekend remains unknown as the incident continues to be investigated by the state police, a spokesman for Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early Jr. said Wednesday. The crash involving a Nissan Rogue took place at 171 Johnny Appleseed Lane at about 10:40 Sunday evening and claimed the life of a woman who had been a passenger in the vehicle, said district attorney spokesman Timothy Connolly.

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  13. Community Conversations: Sharing the importance of Fitchburg's historyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 22 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The Historical Society will present a free discussion on the highly-regarded historic Iver Johnson Arms and Cycle Works on Wednesday, July 25, at 6:30 p.m. at the Historical Society and Crocker Family Center for the History of Fitchburg. Local historian Peter Capodagli of Fitchburg will present "The Iver Johnson Story," a fascinating overview of the history of Fitchburg's Iver Johnson Company and its highly regarded, very early historic bicycles.

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  14. Judge OKs bid to erect Leominster cell towerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 19 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    A U.S. District Court judge has ruled in favor of a Worcester-based telecommunications company in its lawsuit against the city's Planning Board. The suit, which was filed by Telesite in April 2017, argued that members of the Planning Board did not have the authority to deny the company's request to build a 124-foot cellphone tower on Litchfield Street.

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  15. Loss of a limb isn't the endRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 15, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    This is not the story of the head-on collision between a car and a tractor-trailer truck that happened one dark October morning 20 years ago, or of the woman beaten so badly by her husband that the doctors had to remove her leg. This isn't about the bacterial infection that took all four of another woman's limbs, or the dozens of people forced into choosing to have a part of themselves amputated rather than put themselves though a lifetime of painful surgeries.

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  16. Tuition rising 2.5 percent at UMassRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 14, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees on Friday approved a 2.5 percent tuition hike for in-state undergraduates, raising the per student cost for the coming school year an average of $351. Out-of-state students will see their tuition rise 3 percent to an average $32,200, or an increase of $938 per student.

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  17. Guest Commentary: Preventing crime for safer communitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    It is a simple yet true philosophy: It is better to prevent a crime than to have to solve one. However, despite strong data and real-life success, prevention is often one of the most underfunded and underutilized tools used to fight crime.

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  18. Healing has already begun in FitchburgRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Escorting "The Wall That Heals" from Worcester to Main Street on Wednesday was the homecoming one veteran of the Vietnam War said he never received. "The people on the side of the street, saluting waving flags, it really makes you feel like 'welcome home,'" said Ed Lawless, 74, who stepped away and blinked back tears.

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  19. Guest CommentaryRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 12, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    It is a simple yet true philosophy: It is better to prevent a crime than to have to solve one. However, despite strong data and real-life success, prevention is often one of the most underfunded and underutilized tools used to fight crime.

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  20. What's brewing at former Chaibo? Strong Style CoffeeRead the original story

    Jul 11, 2018 | Sentinel & Enterprise

    Two entrepreneurs steeped in the arts and practiced in pulling the perfect espresso want to make Strong Style Coffee a hub for creative exchange in the heart of downtown. "We really wanted to create a space where artists and musicians, and creative folks of all kinds can showcase what they're doing," co-owner Kim Jones said recently.

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