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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (August 22, 2007)

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3 relatives get seats on 7-member commission. 732
Accused official loses job at agency; Child rape suspect affected by cutback. 451
Action ahead on rail improvements; Commute time to Boston could be shaved 10 minutes. 707
Annis R. (LaRoche) Rivers, 61. 220
Arthur L. Aaronson, 83. 172
Audrey J. Kosky. 355
Aurora "Andrea" Swenson, 80. 218
Big Truck Day a thrill for all ages; Goodie bags given to kids. 324
Birthday boy, 7, collects gifts for homeless veterans. 395
Brian D. Phillips, 30. 236
Business briefs. 474
Charter schools seek state OK; Two proposed in Quabbin area. 507
Company on board to address unkempt high school grounds. 494
Corrections. 122
Council casts about for ways to save pools; Spray parks aren't a preferred option. 696
Digest. 348
Driver in crash was sex offender; Police say pot, alcohol in truck. 573
Dylan, Elvis Costello team up for tour with Oct. show at DCU. 160
Ernest C. Erickson Jr. 220
Franklin W. "Tex" Johnson, 87. 287
Funerals Today. 414
Innovation under foot; Quabaug Corp. turns shoe scrap into safer playground materials. 838
Irma V. (Travis) Balcom, 88. 216
James A. Salem. 291
John J. Carroll, Sr., 92. 292
Joseph H. Goodrow, 78. 266
Junior Achievement advocate to toss first pitch at Fenway. 686
Junior Surfs on his birthday; Guerrero pitches 6 strong innings. 701
Just a Thought. Editorial 87
Kathleen Grace (Herlihy) Kalukin. 222
Koopman takes championship; Donnelly pours in 30 to defeat Driscoll Landscaping. 675
Lora P. (Adler) Lindstedt, 94. 189
Lunenburg ZBA nixes condo permit; Land, legal issues hurt Hollis Hills. 646
Man being held on child rape, firearms charges. 414
Man who killed friend gets 11 years in prison. 282
Margaret Mary McGrail. 322
Marijuana plants are seized in raid. 160
Maxine A. (Ayotte) Choquette, 91. 256
May G. (English) Giles. 184
Michael James Caine. 132
Officials propose zoning changes for downtown. 559
Ozzfest is half snorefest due to also-ran bands. Concert review 689
Paps joins 30-30 club; Boston's closer invents pitch in earning his save. 960
Parsing genocide; New England ADL got it right on Armenian slaughter. Editorial 195
Pike tolls headed for higher ground; FastLane changes also being eyed. 959
Placard abuse; Needed: Tighter controls on handicap parking permits. Editorial 267
Planning Board gives Wal-Mart an ultimatum. 139
Press Box. 110
Ragout from the garden; Willy's Steakhouse chef shares a summer favorite. Recipe 1353
Rally puts priority on neighborhood swim sites. 461
Rays bedeviled by Sox. 793
Rays bedeviled by Sox. 768
Recent Deaths. 1447
Robert E. Harrold, 50. 147
Ronald "Uncle Ron" D. Barrows, 71. 199
Rudy H. Zschuschen, 61. 132
School Committee set to grow; Three hopefuls vie for two board openings. 694
Seau still `lucky' to be competing. 853
Selectmen take stance against slots in the state. 398
Stanislaw Sadowski, 86. 243
Stasia T. Balkurna, 97. 255
State's workers must achieve proficiency in English language. 629
Stefanie (Ziminski) Ward, 92. 275
Stephen Koprusak, 84. 192
Steven A. Loomer, 53. 191
Storm warning; Active hurricane cycle predicted to generate Category 3 vortex that could blast Cape Cod and New England area. 1406
Students like college's free ride in return for service. 604
Talented Remkus anchors offensive line. 639
Teacher on leave after porn allegations. 354
Test drive; Patriots' Maroney ready for contact vs. Panthers. 853
Today's `sanctuary' debate has similarities to anti-slavery issue. 675
Trading time in the manager's hot seat; Bullock's ready for New Zealand visitor. 628
Trucking noise gets hearing; Land Court to look into complaints by neighbors. 602
Tufts nearing site work stage; Biocontainment lab on course. 327
Tug of war; Family fights for tree. 762
Two held in home invasion case; Man, 20, was allegedly cut and beaten with bat. 479

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