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  1. A $24M development, 111 years in the making

    After a $24-million renovation over a year and a half, Yarn Works at 1428 Main St. is now open with 96 units of mixed-income housing. "They've just transformed that whole area, and we couldn't be happier," Fitchburg Mayor Stephen DiNatale said. Read on...
  2. Fitchburg Officers Receive Honor for Bravery

    Officers Michael Faucher and Doug Darton arrived on South Street in the early hours of July 10 to find a man holding two handguns, firing them at random, they arrested the man within minutes, and without firing a shot, Police Chief Ernest Martineau said. Read on...
  3. Officials Break Ground on New Fitchburg Athletic Complex

    With views of Wachusett Mountain in the backdrop, public officials joined the three Game On co-owners Monday to break ground on the 96-acre athletic field complex, which drew both praise and concern during its lengthy planning and approval process. Read on...
  4. New River Styx Brewery Recieves Warm Welcome

    The owners of River Styx Brewery wrote a letter to the Sentinel & Enterprise about their warm welcome to the city. They had heard the rumors that Fitchburg wasn't business friendly but were happy to report however, that they found just the opposite. Read on...
  5. Delicious Event Planned for Fitchburg

    It's not just about the food at Al Fresco Fitchburg, a new Main Street event promoting locally owned restaurants. It's also about the scene. "You're going to have beautiful dinner music, the smell of the food." said Joel Kaddy the event organizer. Read on...
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