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The Twin Cities left the rivalry on the football field this year. [Read More]
By Peter Jasinski pjasinski@sentinel andenterprise.com LEOMINSTER -- Next month's North Central Career Centers job fair is truly something novel:... [Read More]
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With the way the Leominster baseball team has been putting up runs this week, it shouldn't really be shocking to think they wouldn't have any... [Read More]
A Fitchburg man was arraigned in District Court Friday after being arrested for a series of robberies carried out across three cities last month, according... [Read More]
For the second year in a row, the city's retirement board voted in favor of granting a cost-of-living adjustment increase to city retirees, though not... [Read More]
By Peter Jasinski pjasinski@sentinel andenterprise.com Leominster and Fitchburg were among nearly 80 Massachusetts communities recently selected by the U. [Read More]
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Fiscal Alliance flier targets Higgins LEOMINSTER -- Another flier from the conservative Massachusetts Fiscal Alliance targeting state Rep. Natalie Higgins is making the rounds among... [Read More]
Two Winchendon residents were arraigned on drug charges Monday after state police troopers found crack-cocaine and fentanyl in a car they were traveling in. [Read More]
The city's retirement board will vote on a proposed 3 percent cost-of-living adjustment for retirees Tuesday, but the board member requesting the vote is not... [Read More]
John Marrama passed away peacefully on Saturday, May 12, in Alexandria, Va. John was born in Leominster, Mass., and moved to Rockville, Md., as a... [Read More]
A trial date has been scheduled for a Leominster woman charged with stabbing her live-in boyfriend 21 times. [Read More]
A trial date has been scheduled for a Leominster woman charged with stabbing her live-in boyfriend 21 times. The Sentinel & Enterprise reports that a... [Read More]
The Leominster Knights of Columbus, Council 406, will present scholarship assistance in the amount of $500 each to nine deserving local students. [Read More]
For Angelica Jimenez, opening her own business was about much more than making money. "I love getting to give people a... [Read More]
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