|A bottle filled with flammable shavings from sparklers explodes, blowing up a child mannequin (it's arm can be seen flying in the air along with its hat) during a demonstration of fireworks dangers at the Mass. State Firefighting Academy in Stow.|
|Kyle Gallo of Kensington, CT celebrates with his caddy Stephen Talbot of Kensington, CT on the 18th hole after winning the 102nd Massachusetts Open Golf Championship at Oak Hill Country Club in Fitchburg, finishing by 5 under par.|
|Michael Ballo of Stamford, CT reacts after missing a putt on the 18th hole.|
|Adam Rainaud of South Hadley hits onto the 16th hole from a sand bunker.|
|Mark Stevens of Concord, NH finishes up his round with a putt on the 18th hole.|
|George Zolotas of Peabody tees off on the 18th hole.|
|A gallery of spectators looks on as Ty Capps of Palm Coast, FL makes a put on the 16th hole.|
|Noah Walker from the Harmon Golf Club in Rockland hits out from a sand trap on the 16th hole during the 102nd Massachusetts Open Golf Championship at Oak Hill Country Club in Fitchburg.|
|Austin Bornstein, 13, of Ashburnham flips off a diving board at the Naukeag Lake Club on Packard Hill Road in Ashburnham on the first day of summer.|
|Kindergartner Ivan Koduah makes a bubble with a wand during Priest Street School's circus-themed field day in Leominster.|
After a 6-alarm fire that gutted the Johnsonia building on Main Street in Fitchburg on Monday, June 13, work is done to secure the safety of the building.
|Workers remove bricks from the edge of the roof.|
|A large crane is used by workers to reach the edge of the roof.|
|A view through a 5th-floor window.|
|Fitchburg firefighter Ted Lillie carries out a cat he rescued from unit 208.|
|Fitchburg Fire Chief Kevin Roy checks his phone in front of the Johnsonia building in Fitchburg.|
|A firefighter works in a 5th-floor unit in the Johnsonia building.|
|A Fitchburg police officer and bystanders watch the aftermath clean-up at the Johnsonia building at 520 Main Street in Fitchburg.|
Firefighters from Fitchburg and surrounding towns battled at 6-alarm fire that gutted the historic Johnsonia building at 520 Main Street in Fitchburg that had 47 units of condos and apartments. Nobody was injured.
|Keven Hache of Templeton hits an approach shot to the green during the Montachusett Home Care Corporation's 12th Annual Golf Tournament at Oak Hill Country Club in Fitchburg, MA.|
A thunderstorm rolled through Massachusetts Thursday evening bringing strong gusts of wind, crashing thunder and lighting. Threatening storm clouds filled the sky over Fitchburg as the storm passed through.
|Ed Laetz, 70, of Westminster, a luthier (a maker of stringed instruments), displays one of his mandolins in his home workshop.|
|Justin Galvin, 18, of Pepperell receives his diploma during North Middlesex Regional High School's 50th Commencement Exercises held in Fitchburg State University's Recreation Center.|