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2 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Nick Christian 23 of Fitchburg, center, and other Market Basket workers protest outside the Leominster Market Basket today.
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6 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise
Parents tired of parking at Town Hall for their kids' baseball games can be hopeful: The state has approved Westminster's open-space and recreation plan.
11 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise
Fidelity Bank is considering turning a property it owns at the corner of Main and Day streets into a new branch location, among other options.
Looking toward the bustling produce section of the Water Street Market Basket, Adiel Silva knew the commotion wouldn't last too much longer.
Fitchburg Police Sgt. Mark Jackson is looking to bring a love of reading to school-age children this summer via the city's trolley system.
Juan J. Torres of Fitchburg and others work to build a cafe at the former Dante's Restaurant in Worcester.
Many educators feel that music should as important a part of the general curriculum as reading, writing and arithmetic.
Fire heavily damaged a home at 301 Pratt Road Friday night. Fire Capt. Gregg Normandin said when firefighters arrived about 5:45 p.m. flames were showing from three separate windows in the front of the old two-and-a-half-story house.
Fire investigators were at the scene of a two-alarm fire Friday afternoon that left a Pratt Road home severely damaged.
Troy Thiboutot , 45, of 92 Oak Hill Road, Fitchburg, was sentenced to two concurrent terms of 4 years to 4 years and a day in Walpole state prison after pleading guilty to armed assault with intent to murder and aggravated assault and battery with a dangerous weapon.
A year after its enormously successful exhibition of historic bicycles, the Fitchburg Historical Society is presenting a larger exhibition of classic Iver Johnson Bicycles through July 22. Part of the Wallace Exhibit Series, "Made in Fitchburg, Bicycles by Iver Johnson" is attracting collectors, riders and hobbyists from all over New England to see ... (more)
Fitchburg State University President Robert V. Antonucci is seeking city and community input through Mayor Lisa Wong to assist the university in determining the eventual fate of the Landry Arena.
A Fitchburg woman was in a bad mood and let police know it when they arrived to calm her down Wednesday evening.
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