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A Leominster man was charged with his third drunken-driving offense Sunday after nearly hitting another vehicle when he began to back up in a rotary, according to court documents.
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Cambridge Savings Bank has plucked Michael Gillles, an executive from a small, Central Massachusetts bank, to be its new chief financial officer.
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An Athol man has been arrested and charged with robbing a convenience store at knifepoint while wearing a Captain America shirt in March, according to court documents.
About 60 percent of the city was without water for two hours Monday afternoon when a 12-inch water main gave out at the intersection of Federal and Cleghorn streets.
From left, Elaine T. Fluet, president and CEO of GVNA HealthCare in Gardner, and Fitchburg Mayor Lisa Wong at the "Our Time to Shine" Innovations Showcase and Star Awards of Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts in Boston.
The Telly Awards has named Pagano Media as a winner in the 34th Annual Telly Awards for a video produced to launch Fitchburg State University 's new Game Design major.
Much of the city is without water after a major water main broke Monday around 3:30 p.m., said Department of Public Works Commissioner Lenny Laakso.
A water main break is affecting service to more than 60 percent of Fitchburg. The pipe burst on Federal Street Monday afternoon.
On June 13, at approximately 1 p.m., Townsend Police, assisted by Massachusetts State Police, arrested Samantha D. Sorenson, 33, of 27 River St. in Fitchburg, on a warrant.
Eighteen-year-old Lorena Carrizo stood outside the Suffolk County House of Correction on Saturday afternoon, crying as a wall separated her from her stepfather, Josue Martinez, who was being detained inside by US Immigration Customs Enforcement.
Sampson is just one of the many cats we are trying to place that sadly live in a cage at the Fitchburg Animal Shelter.
Jim McGrath of the Parks and Recreation Department will present a fascinating look at the history of Coggshall Park, which dates to 1894, on Friday, from 6 to 7:30 p.m., at the park's Stone House, 224 Mount Elam Road.
Hundreds of people from local businesses gathered in the ballroom of the Beechwood Hotel last week, chatting over eggs and coffee, where empty chairs were scarce.
Free orientation training for special-education surrogate parents will be held from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. on July 16 at the Fitchburg Public Library, 610 Main St. Special-education surrogate parents volunteer to make education decisions for students whose parents are unable to do so.
A four-door Honda civic traveling down Benson Street at speeds estimated at more than 70 miles per hour crashed into a building at 232 Crawford St. about 10:54 p.m. Friday, police said.
For most law-abiding citizens, a car inspection is an annual task that must be undertaken so they may continue to drive their vehicles legally.