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Demonstrators protest planned closure of Leominster hospital’s maternity ward
The crowd of more than 100 people, including several nurses and pediatricians, gathered on the hospital’s lawn to condemn the closure they say will place a greater burden on emergency services and leave an already vulnerable population without accessible maternal care.
MIAA GIRLS' GOLF SECTIONALS
In its inaugural season Bishop Feehan girls’ golf claims South sectional; Wellesley claims North/Central/West title
The Shamrocks (14-1) made history Tuesday afternoon at Marshfield Country Club when they cruised to the South sectional championship with 350 points; Wellesley (381) repeated as sectional champions.