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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 15, 2009)

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`Bird' was the catch of his life; Kimm cherishes his memories of Fidrych. 740
`For You, Armenia'; Concert at Holy Cross to benefit relief fund. 556
A taxing day for all; If you haven't filed, here are 5 reasons to be late. 723
Accused teacher placed on leave. 386
Algonquin has just enough Hart in win. 415
Assistant picked to head school district; Committee vote was unanimous. 262
Barbara (Johnson) Tarantino. Obituary 124
Barn fire cause probed. 232
Beckett stunned by suspension; Red Sox pitcher appeals punishment from MLB. 824
Big 1 shines; Pierce lifts Celtics without Allen, KG. 674
Bleeding worsens as tax revenue dips; Patrick seeking concessions from union to get through year. 575
CAMPUS NOTES. 721
Censorship redefined as `courtesy'. 641
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2252
Crimson and Gray show their true colors at WPI. 754
Death shocks Northboro. 672
Dolores N. Hagen, 98. 151
Drivers have a bullish day. 661
Earl J. Benoit, 91. 196
Edna Gilmore Simpson. 204
Financial `coach' accused of fraud; Worcester woman allegedly scammed out of $100,000. 364
Frank R. "Bob" Durkee. 223
FROM THE REGION. 1747
Funerals Today. 542
Gayle E. (Wackell) Mardirossian, 66. 167
Grafton trooper appears on `Feud'. 129
He left his Mark on smiling nation. 724
Home invasion suspect is held on $25,000 bail. 280
Homelessness on rise; Housing alliance helps rebuild lives. 1214
James H. Stolberg, Jr. 415
Jane Greer Jacobsen. 366
John P. Needham, 80. 279
Juanita E. (Harvey) Chagnon. 171
LOCAL MEETING ROUNDUP. 1779
Man is arraigned in gun case; 85 weapons, 800 lbs. of ammunition and explosives seized. 376
Marie A. (Oliveri) Pacek, 70. 82
Mark Fidrych, 54. 271
Math & Science Academy fearful; Budget puts program in jeopardy. 816
Melkonian back from tumor scare. 752
Michael K. McManus. 171
MONEY BRIEFS. 784
Mountaineers rally into seventh heaven. 454
North rallies to win at end. 426
Obama now owns Bush war. 778
Oil leak is traced to school. 218
Patricia "Patsy" (Donahue) Navin, 91. 248
Patriots' schedule set for prime time. 365
Police finally to get a temporary home; Talks slated on renovating fire station. 332
Recent Deaths. 1390
Rita E. (Mercier) Haggar, 87. 217
Robert M. Sullivan, 86. 223
Rosamond Hadley Lincoln, 84. 266
School administrators, teachers agree to freeze. 278
School employees OK wage freezes to prevent layoffs; School budget more than $1M short. 254
Shirley A. Jensen. 162
Shooter's license suspended for two weekends. 379
Stacked trucks tax turnpike; Drivers take chances on tickets at rest stops. 817
State offers CitySquare added $7M; Unum tax pact available; O'Brien predicts '11 opening. 590
Stephen D. Karp, 67. 325
Stolen car in the wrong place at the right time. 305
Taxes at work; Taxpayers get much in America. Editorial 378
The Bird's legacy; Fidrych brought joy to life. Editorial 310
Toll tie-ups got Gov.'s attention. 458
Town considers taking over unsafe dam to save lake. 600
Virginia R. (Ring) Lane. 307
Water, sewer rate hikes to cost average $50 more per year. 322
Wilberta "Birdie" C. (Guinette) O'Donnell, 81. 288
William B. Jorritsma. 309
Worcester State College gets solar energy system. 335

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