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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (June 15, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
'Cats cannot scratch out hit; Lone run scores on strikeout. 582
'Nadoes make Rapidz look like superheroes. 681
`Father of recycling' in Gardner honored; Dana Vickery eyes next task: incinerator. 768
`John Doe' indicted; DNA profile in 1993 rape case stops clock on statute of limitations. 1352
A banner day? Celtics can clinch 17th title with win tonight. 921
A long way to go, baby. 902
A win with the works; Sox enjoy little bit of everything. 864
All in the family; Hosts await young scholars from China. 700
Andrews still had a wonderful run. 545
Angeline I. (Paldino) Bowden. 268
Ann H. (McClausand) Harvey. 181
Another try for a Tony; Nominated director a Holy Cross grad. 958
Arthur J. "Frenchie" Fontaine. 305
Asadoorian still remains an intriguing player. 1747
Broken water main sends million gallons into river; Alarm triggered search for break. 557
College Town. 1159
Croteau goes the distance, but comes up just short. 519
Cyrus Topol, 96. 548
D'Argento, Ashland end Hudson's dream; Hawks seniors played in three state finals. 647
Deep sigh of relief all around; Road to tentative pact was long and arduous. 1040
Defeat fails to wash away all the success. 481
Delia S. (Linek) Lentzner, 91. 271
EDUCATION NOTES. 871
Edward H. Meleski, 74. 103
Eleanor M. Svenson. 246
Eleanor Margaret O'Donnell. 456
Family, politics were his life; Posthumous honor for Shea. 841
Farmers market comes to town green in July. 572
Father, son had heart-to-heart relationship; `Basically, he retired to raise Michael'. 926
Financial changes, prudent or not, will alienate some; `City family' expresses outrage. 1191
Fourth time's a charm; Mrs. Mass. from Hubbardston. 490
Francis J. "Frank" Shea. 795
Gateway to College program awards 13 diplomas; Gardner High School students graduate with college credits. 618
George Bogoian, 81. 283
Gospel singer's first wish was to be teacher; Free concert on tap in Lancaster. 549
Hanover show connects son to his late dad. 777
HealthAlliance adds digital mammograms to services. 289
Hernandez should be tough test. 1618
How the Locals are Doing. 333
In a black-and-white letter, shades of gray. 591
Independence Day Parade links Lions, Millbury veterans. 825
Irish Fest gets off to a good beginning; Aim is reinvigorate the community. 644
Jeanne T. Kalinowski. 217
Joanne C. (Horan) Robinson, 58. 254
Lillian E. (Fontaine) Kijek, 91. 204
Mary V. Russell, 95. 306
Nancy M. (Lops) Lanza. 296
Paul A. Swanberg, 73. 207
Paxton Pedalers are like fathers, like sons; Pan-Mass team to ride first weekend in August, to help out sick boy, 5. 851
Perseverance; Early stumbles helped Auburn players mature. 886
Plants go on holiday; Send them outside for breath of fresh air. 515
Plenty of water offsets oppressive heat. 1236
Police arrest man wanted by ICE. 336
PRESS BOX. 190
RCAP Solutions honors Allen's 26 years of service. 337
Rebels team rallies, but falls short. 590
Recent Deaths. 1171
Red Sox win it in 10th. 1496
REGIONAL DIGEST. 926
Riders need to know rocky road rules. 705
Rockets' amazing run ends in 10th. 647
Russert's death leaves Sunday morning void. Editorial 235
Singer has the best of both worlds; Monica Hatch right at home with jazz or classical engagements. 1068
SJ relay team wins N.E. title; Lunenburg's Stern second in javelin. 329
Susan (Delaurie) Hobby. 214
Sutton fire rousts family of three. 411
Texting: a new way to hint; Father's Day messages to kids via cell phone. 851
The Backup files; A look back at the week in business. 519
The doomsayers; Will pessimism become self-fulfilling prophecy? Editorial 432
The short of it: LongHorn pleases the hungry diner. Restaurant review 911
The Zula Patrol lands; EcoTarium exhibit puts weather in kids' hands. 852
Their season began with a fowl. 1402
They've got game; Leominster's Johnsons dominate the baseball scene. 833
To be heard and not seen a sweet gig for an actor. 887
Vet shortage could hamper region; Health and biomedical research may be affected as veterinary schools struggle to keep up with growing demand. 1331
Wakefield's on a roll, but not in win column. 710
Weezer still taps adolescent angst. 758
William F. Bourget, 76. 104
Winifred G. Swenson. 150
Winston Anthony Napier. 346

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