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School pride on display

FITCHBURG — For the last five years, and eight out of the past 10, the Fitchburg High School junior girls have had the dubious honor of snatching victory away from their senior counterparts in the an…
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Lunenburg locks up spot in tournament

LUNENBURG — Declan Fitzpatrick recorded five goals and two assists as the Lunenburg boys' lacrosse team locked up a spot in the district tournament with Friday's 12-5 win over visiting Oakmont Region…
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Leominster native to receive honorary degree

CHESTNUT HILL - Leominster native Robert D. Farrell, S.J., a faculty member at Boston College since 1990, will receive an honorary degree at the university's 143rd Commencement on May 20 in recogniti…
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Dementia awareness group to start program

LUNENBURG — Ahead of a Dementia Friendly event slated for Monday, group Chairperson Keith Lanziotti says the information session is an important education opportunity for the community.
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Dem party to elect delegates to state convention

TOWNSEND — Registered Democrats in town will hold a caucus at 10:30 a.m. on June 1 at Town Hall to elect delegates and alternates to the 2019 Massachusetts Democratic State Convention.
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Westminster lands $455K grant

WESTMINSTER — The steel beams are rusted and slowly corroding, and a potential collapse initially forced town officials to narrow one lane of traffic.
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Leominster family competes on 'Family Feud'

LEOMINSTER — The best part of appearing on "Family Feud" wasn't the chance to win thousands of dollars or jest with host Steve Harvey, said Vicki Saengkheune, Leominster resident and recent contestan…
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Wynn and MGM in talks about sale of Encore Boston casino

BOSTON -- Two major casino operators said Friday they were in preliminary talks about the possible sale of one of the largest casinos in the Northeast.
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VANDALS TAG MURAL OF MARION STODDART

FITCHBURG — A mural on Zeda's Pizza building depicting an environmental activist who led cleanup efforts for the Nashua River was vandalized with spray paint.
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Woman pleads guilty to fraud

WORCESTER — A Westminster woman pleaded guilty Wednesday in federal court to stealing Social Security benefits, according to U.
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Light shed on Trahan's finances

LOWELL — An annual financial disclosure report filed by U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan this week offers additional detail on the congresswoman's finances, which have come under fire in complaints filed by tw…
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Student activists stage sit-in over tuition costs

BOSTON — Student activists on Thursday staged a sit-in outside the offices of Beacon Hill's legislative leaders, urging top Democrats to schedule votes on a bill that would provide free public higher…
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Small fire at rabbi's home deemed 'suspicious'

ARLINGTON — Police in a Boston suburb are investigating the circumstances around a suspicious fire at a rabbi's home and are looking for someone spotted on a neighbor's surveillance video.
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Police Briefs

Smashing car with rock leads to charges FITCHBURG — After allegedly damaging the car of a woman known to him by throwing a rock at it, a city man was arraigned Wednesday for assault and destructio…
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Mayor unveils$150M budget

FITCHBURG — The city's 2020 operating budget of over $150 million includes additonal funding for its schools, adds two public works laborers, and maintains city services.
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