(Leominster, MA) August 12, 2013
– All across the country, communities are taking a stance against crime. On August 6th, residents of Riverside Village Apartments, Mayor Dean J. Mazzarella, Worcester County Sheriff Lewis G. Evangelidis, members of local fire department, law enforcement, and community agencies along with a host of local businesses came together to celebrate National Night Out, America’s Night Out Against Crime.
As seen in the Sentinel & Enterprise.
The best of times and worst of times for preservation deals.
Mrs. Beverly Sicard was honored this past fall at a celebration at Riverside Village for being the longest resident of the complex, noting her four decade tenure as a resident.
Cub Scout Pack 24 formed at the Riverside Village low-income housing community two weeks ago. But, instead of asking parents to pay all the start-up costs and uniform expenses has started a series of fundraisers.
Retirement Housing Foundation and Schochet Associates, Inc. today announced that they have completed the $21 million acquisition of 312 apartments located in Leominster, MA.