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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 24, 2009)

1-77 out of 77 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
'Cats halt Hawks' reign. 415
`Fighting' flick is down for the count. Movie review 543
`Soloist' hits off note with muddled message. Movie review 546
`Sunset' jazz ready to swing. 213
`Victim of drug disease' gets 6-8 for holdups; City man gets 6-8 years in prison. 413
Barbara Jean Wecker. 197
Barbara L. Day. 196
Berlin Police Log. 265
Biomed research facility gets OK; No arguments from abutters. 716
Board tries to finance storm cleanup. 340
Bolton Police Log. 117
Broadway lineup; New season starts with `Cry-Baby'. 640
City lays off six as job talks fail; Police positions at risk as well. 314
Clinton Police Log. 684
Clinton selectmen play waiting game; delay town meeting. 362
Cold fusion may be hot - or not. Editorial 216
Conference informs, exercises seniors; Workshops on scams, drug costs and belly dancing. Conference news 548
Contractor benefits from others' woes; Growing business fixes up foreclosed houses. 273
Court Log; CLINTON DISTRICT COURT. 269
Courthouse records. 2446
Dorothy D. (Dumais) Boutiette, 87. 222
Dr. Norman H. Cournoyer, 87. 209
Eileen F. (Conlon) Picard, 65. 234
Ellen Kathryn (McCarthy) Abruzzese. 236
From the Region. 1702
Funerals Today. 394
Gael Force: `We Are One'. 878
Gaw announces he'll leave behind district he loves. 952
Gift of liberty elm tree offers salute to history. 406
Homer S. Tillson. 287
Irene R. Anderson. 198
James H. Collins. 328
John G. Koomey, M.D. 420
Lancaster Police Log. 503
Lancaster receives rain barrel grant. 235
Mabel Viola (Sparrow) Modig. 319
Manager finds way to avert layoffs. 453
Mary C. Ormondroyd. 203
Milton R. Letendre, 75. 313
Mona M. Rellstab. 193
MONEY BRIEFS. 506
National Grid plans solar facilities; Sutton plant may cost up to $7.5M. 509
Nearly 100 housing vouchers at risk in budget. 462
Overcoming adversity leads to an award. 771
Panel OKs quest for policing grant. 241
Panthers take the fifth loudly. 411
Papi in happy place again. 825
Pet bill advantages debated; Domestic violence restraints proposed. 934
Pioneers hammer archrival Tomahawks. 473
Raymond G. Bishop, 75. 279
Recent Deaths. 930
Remembering the El. 110
Reorg plan is endorsed. 100
Replanting with a plan; Worcester Tree Initiative kicks off campaign tomorrow. 784
Richard D. Cronin, 55. 259
Robert J. Bodreau. 173
Rosemarie (Armenti) Boissoneau, 72. 234
Saltwater license fees due in 2011. 741
SENIOR PROFILE. 84
Sharks are on brink of stunner. 473
Square pants are not fit for a King. 687
Start spreading the news. 723
Stella Nowick. 243
STERLING ARREST LOG. 84
Sterling Police Log. 595
Sterling's Candidates Night is May 8. 88
Tahanto track team develops its athletes. 868
Tantasqua still a smashing hit. 696
The Item readers choose their favorites in the region. 1047
There's no `Doubt' about this show. 378
Time again for victory gardens. 743
Tolling for thee; Financial death spiral for Turnpike? Editorial 549
Tragedy ended feud; Sister found dead in fire battled eviction. 1185
Traverse goals taken and given. 544
Where will they go? Budget cuts could threaten jobs for mentally disabled. 761
William Michael Abruzzese, Jr., 58. 327
Windy City blowout for Celtics. 856

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