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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (January 31, 2008)

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$210,021 grant to boost efforts for at-risk kids; Foundation aids Boys and Girls Club goal. 572
`Hell broke loose'; WWII vet remembers ship attack. 413
8 arrested in drug sweep; guns seized; Handguns, cocaine, heroin and cash found in searches of six homes. 869
A rookie-year treat for Meriweather. 1041
Albert Jacques, 65. 162
Alma M. Colangelo. 227
American Cancer Society honors exemplary volunteer. 90
Anele Strzelecki. 101
Area hospitals announce recently arrived infants. 402
Arthur F. Sullivan, 90. 344
Battle begins over water rights; Town wants to regain control of Wekepeke. 696
Beacon Hill Roll Call; A sampling of how your elected officials voted during the week. 1425
Beverly J. Kane, 75. 113
Big game fever grips local Patriots fans. 550
Blue Knights remain red hot. 1287
Boylston Police Log. 341
British Army musicians deliver command performance in city. Concert review 708
Business briefs. 409
Candace M. Hajko, 52. 122
Catherine A. Peters. 102
Chicken Slacks headlines Masquerade Ball at Ralph's. 423
Choices narrow for chief of police; Candidate named to head Iowa force. 554
Class project turns into real campaign; Marketing group raises public awareness. 644
Coffey sparks No. 1 Rangers; Senior posts double-double. 639
Community college lauded for environmental efforts. 489
Community service honored; Leominster Lions noted. 479
Cormier closes on school mark. 383
Council asks EPA to back estimate; Permit plan would ensure cost cap. 611
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1567
Crusaders fail to break out of January swoon. 476
Delivering a lesson in character. 801
Dialogue with your dog. 193
Dog officer seeks help with upgrade; Ashburnham pound needs fence, interior work. 505
Donald H. Sorensen. 188
Dr. Robert N. Latour. 492
DZian owners add art to Wine Expo. 869
Ecuadorian faces federal charges; Hiring, harboring illegal aliens. 793
Educators and students are making connections halfway around the world. 601
Emergency oil assistance programs are available. 1027
Evelyn Lubarsky. 142
Evelyn M. (Wennerstrand) Anderson, 86. 192
Finding the back of the net; Gardner girls hockey skating smoothly. 693
Firm cited for silt runoff; Residents want wells tested. 567
Fiscal hole grows deeper for vet's widow. 748
Fitchburg's Red Raiders are doing something right. 1441
For resident satisfaction, survey says -. 1085
Funerals Today. 496
Gallows members not afraid to stick necks out. Concert review 999
Gambling on casinos. 83
Giving back; Holy Cross tuition waiver signals community spirit. Editorial 289
Gough's legacy continues. 848
Grafton native must devise plan to stop Pats; Spag's ultimate challenge. 887
Griffiths proves herself strong in clutch; Freshman hits key late treys. 809
Ground game picks up pace after slow start. 800
Guardians stop Colonial streak. 398
Have a SEAT; Chair Affair to benefit Shrewsbury students. 348
Hawks strike for three in third to post wild win. 477
HC getting into position; Patriot title within grasp. 733
High school's accreditation gets warning; Failure to fund district brings prompt state fallout. 480
Home-energy aid pushed for economic stimulus plan. 322
Inmates helping to cut labor costs; `It's a win for the inmates ... it's a win for the communities'. 628
James A. Gordon, Sr. 184
Jeannette R. Bleau. 175
Jerome E. Rieth, 59. 206
Jerry J. DiTerlizzi. 265
Jerry J. DiTerlizzi. 218
Joseph D. Castano, 62. 217
Julia A. (White) Blanchard, 87. 216
Karen Lee Beaudry; 1980-2008. 226
Kegang Zhou. 143
Kelly A. (Paradise) Brackley, 30. 240
Kernels for colonels; Northbridge Scout's efforts treat U.S. troops. 463
Krause is carving his path in a demanding, exclusive sport. 901
Lee property proposal in the works. 727
Let the good times roll; Charles Neville and friends celebrate a Mardi Gras dance partyA Mardi Gras with dancing. 1051
Living the good life. 891
M. Ruth Lee DesGroseilliers, 85. 486
Many years later, King still inspires kids to dream. 780
Mary A. Harrington. 228
Maurice M. DePalo. 270
Mayor applauds approval of development grant. 277
Mildred Hartman Greenberg. Obituary 97
Minnie (Rosen) Plotkin. 139
Minutemen return to early-season form. 424
Murder story adds house to priority list. 495
Murder, rape charges to stay; Lost evidence not a factor, judge rules. 578
Natalie J. (Ciampaglia) Longone, 88. 509
Neal: individual titles down, team title to go. 780
Neighbor to Neighbor. 773
Neighbor to Neighbor. 818
Neighbors. 811
NFC team ready for AFC champs. 1000
Nichols, QCC collaborate; Credits are transferred. 274
Northboro police log. 288
Patricia Ann Vaudreuil. 198
Patrick urges vote on casinos; Governor fears state could lose to tribe. 1019
Paul F. Nugent Sr. 190
Perseverance leads to tie for Marlboro. 758
Phyllis A. (McQuilkin) Pickering, 77. 149
Pork `stimulus'; Senate aims to load up economic package. Editorial 326
Public park plowing pickle; Complaints spark debate. 595
Quick, big run slows down AC. 657
Recent Deaths. 1363
Refinishing fumes to be redirected; Additional permits deemed unnecessary. 440
REGIONAL DIGEST. 440
REGIONAL DIGEST. 231
REGIONAL DIGEST. 166
REGIONAL DIGEST. 178
Resident objects to waste proposal; Casella says total trash amounts, operating hours won't change. 572
Rita M. (Reardon) Sweeney, 81. 226
Roland L. "Pep" Delage. 347
Rush, Tom Petty announce shows for summer. 116
Ruth R. Johnson. 195
Ruth Whites, 88. 194
Sandy Says. 878
Say it with flowers; Bouquet may send message, depending on different factors. 719
Sebastiao lifts Spartans to win. 406
Seed catalogs make spring planning easy. 561
Selen does it at both ends for Engineers. 257
Sharks seeking 2nd-half surge. 1330
Shrewsbury police log. 1505
Simplified spelling schemes of years past proved to be hard sell. 907
Sofia Orchestra overcomes obstacles; Energetic young conductor revives musical tradition. 993
Stags following the four `Es'. 655
Start your engines; Remote starters becoming increasingly popular. 982
Storm-water permit language puts Worcester at fiscal risk. 909
Students land $3,135 grant; Smart board at Monty Tech. 486
Superintendent field down to three; Candidate emphasizes stability. 433
Superintendent search down to three; Interviews began Wednesday. 963
Suspect angry, clerk testifies. 545
Take a chance on when dummy sinks. 504
Taking a first look at the state budget. 1002
Tantasqua now tourney-bound. 408
Teens can perform with the Pops. 195
Town father honored after 200 years; Ezra Beaman Day begins celebration. 453
Town may take library gift after all; Selectmen balked at accepting $30,000 for window sills. 541
Trucker hauls in $10M payload. 328
Tuning up for Super Session; Musical night helps fund trip. 682
Vivian B. Westberg. 201
Volunteer to board draws 33 foes. 552
Wachusett council mulls technology; Improved solar, water quality eyed. 345
Wayne Paul Larrivee. 227
West Boylston Arrest Log. 165
West Boylston Police Log. 526
Westboro police log. 565
What is the Federal Reserve? 714
Woman dies of crash injuries. 261
Years of giving to Webster in Borski's past. 950
Your wedding can be walk in the park; Coggshall is a popular site. 483

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