Water Companies in Leicester, MA
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Auburn Water District
(508) 832-5336 more info
Cherry Valley Water District
(508) 892-9616 more info
Elm Hill Water District
(508) 755-5448 more info
Hillcrest Water District
(508) 892-7585 more info
* Leicester Water Supply Distric
(508) 892-8484 more info
Paxton Water Department
(508) 753-9077 more info
Spencer-Town of: Water Dept
(508) 885-7525 more info
Upper Blackstone Water Pollution
(508) 755-1286 more info
White Water Inc
(508) 248-2892 more info
Worcester Water Department
(508) 799-1485 more info

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Facts about Leicester, MA:
Leicester /?l?st?r/ is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts Leicester was incorporated in 1713[1]. The town was named after Robert Dudley, 1st Earl of Leicester.[2] One of the early settlers in town was Dr. Samuel Green, who lived in a house at 2 Charlton St. in Greenville (which is now part of Rochdale, a village in Leicester). Dr. Green trained many other doctors in the early 1700s. This constituted the first medical school in Massachusetts. The Green family was involved in the creation of both Worcester's Green Hill Park and New York City's Central Park. Although no significant battles of the American Revolution were fought in the area, Leicester citizens played a large role in the conflict's start. At a Committee of Safety meeting in 1774, Leicester's Colonel William Henshaw declared that "we must have companies of men ready to march upon a minute's notice"?coining the term "minutemen", a nickname for the militia members who fought in the revolution's...

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