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Correspondent @PaulaOwenTG LEOMINSTER — Plastic is in just about every essential product in our homes, from laundry baskets to trash cans to storage containers and kitchen items, and some of it starts with small pellets transported by rail from the Gulf Coast to a family-owned business in Leominster that opened almost 100 years ago. Pellets, made...

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

 •  August 14, 2016

ZoomMr. Cicio CHARLTON - A plastics industry magazine has honored Jared Cicio of Worcester, an employee at MTD Micro Molding, as a rising star in the plastics industry. Mr. Cicio, 32, production supervisor at MTD Micro Molding in Charlton, was named a rising star by Plastics News. As part of the honor, he was asked several questions in the...

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

 •  May 1, 2016

Q: My house is open to the weather with no trees, only pasture. It was built in 1997 and I bought it in 1998. About five years ago, I noticed some of the spruce siding was rotting. I replaced it in those areas. The builder used Tyvek under the siding. I remember a while back that your column noted that Tyvek is an incorrect application. I checked...

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

 •  October 15, 2010

By Brian Lee TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF
Posted Oct. 15, 2010 at 6:00 AM
LEOMINSTER
Ask David R. Comeau about his growing liquid silicone company at 25 Litchfield St., and he'll first talk about painting and break dancing.
Founder and CEO of Albright Technologies, Mr. Comeau hired an artist to paint pictures throughout the building, which he said ...