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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (July 16, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
A healthy dose of history. 666
Alden Hewes Wood, 97. 245
All homes must have house numbers visible from street; Many sites not numbered, posing a public safety challenge. 399
Anastasie G. Soulor, 92. 293
Armand Fortin, 77. 260
At 101, `Flo' accentuates the positive; Longtime resident marks birthday. 601
Athletes strut stuff; 28th Bay State Summer Games. 287
Auburn athletes in Bay State games. 388
Auburn groups work to keep people warm. 936
Auburn VNA receives grants. 199
Barbara Lavelle. 268
Beacon Hill Roll Call; A sampling of how your elected officials voted. 1584
Beavers find lone ally. 911
Before, after Bullock planned; Town manager to leave Feb. 1. 292
Bernard F. Ross, 69. 85
Big enough trucks; Limits on weight, size should remain. Editorial 447
Blanco ignites Fire in victory over Revs. 453
Board OKs grade 6 switch. 591
Boylston Police Log. 569
Boys are back. 115
Building a case. 389
Burncoat snares first place. 597
Cabbage patch grids; Project lets you `adopt' veggies to feed needy. 722
Career move: the hothouse to the hot seat; Shrewsbury nurseryman goes full-time into public sector. 754
Carolyn "Pudgy" (Whitcomb) (Hill) Everett, 76. 354
Charity with a taste of wine. 598
Charlton Mills offers alternative for kids. 549
Children can `Water Wise' up this summer; Get hands dirty for cleaner water. 628
CLUB SCENE. 144
Constance "Connie" (Finelli) Kaczynski, 72. 281
Contractors catch up after a rainy spell; Wet weather bad for some, good for others. 1047
Cool ways to stay warm; Benefits help fuel funds. 209
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2125
Daly ritual sparks Tivnan; Effort lifts team to regional berth. 563
DAR seeks rights to Whittier land; State would help preserve 67 acres for agricultural use. 516
Deborah Mancini Wharff, 43. 497
Debris removal, grant news discussed. 266
Digest. 241
District Court Log. 275
DPW must find way to maintain trail. 251
Exuberant `Birdie' flies high. 652
Fitchburg nurse lauded at hospital awards event. 335
FROM THE REGION. 1217
Fun times flow at CanalFest. 110
Fun times flow at CanalFest. 124
Funerals Today. 443
Gardening answers with Paul Rogers. 261
George A. Lemay Sr. 130
Group to assist veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan. 657
Hilbert helps keep Northboro alive. 396
Howard C. Larter, 85. 266
Ice storm cleanup tab rises to $3.25M. 373
Icebreaker; Bruins, Flyers to ring in New Year at Fenway. 841
Jeepers creepers: Gadget will really help classmate; Bay Path student work showcased at MIT. 689
Johnson appointed school financial chief. 187
Joseph W. Berube, 83. 201
Kennedy back in saddle for ride to defeat cancer. 761
Kings of the road; Classic, modern cars roll out for charity. 143
Leadership is the name of his game plan. 713
Leominster Post 151 makes; Legion baseball tournament. 339
Leominster's roll erases Shrewsbury. 435
Leonard J. LeBlond, 90. 308
Lessons with a rock 'n' roll edge. 647
Levi Joseph Desjardins. 228
Lobban shuts down Jackals; Colabello leads 11-hit barrage. 453
LOCAL MEETING ROUNDUP. 920
Louise A. (Deziel) Brown, 51. 200
Masters of metal. 116
Michael Donnelly, 51. 97
Miss Mass. contestants make a stop at mall. 645
MONEY BRIEFS. 412
More sign up to fight RMV move. 446
Neighbors. 528
Neighbors. 407
Neighbors. 682
No place like close to home; Howe Park, abbey rate among Top 5. 420
Northbridge/Uxbridge Digest. 396
On the Rise Baking offering sandwiches. 1199
Online payments to Town Hall will get easier. 260
Our agrarian past; Old Sturbridge Village exhibit shows farm life in the 1830s. 705
Overtime reduction sought with new hires. 281
Patrons have a taste for Mac's and look for diner to rebound. 714
Poetry challenge. 209
Presence of E. coli traced to spigot; Test on water's safety due back today. 260
Preserving the past; WPI pursues time travel the old-fashioned way: through archives. 749
Princeton's new town administrator has big shoes to fill. 754
Pub owner facing Oct. sale deadline. 316
Recent Deaths. 1071
Refugee training slated at ex-nursing home. 507
Rejected. Not. 230
Researcher unearths data on final resting places. 539
Richard Lowell Harding, 75. 482
Rochdale trucker takes winner's lap at tourney. 396
Salvatore Mastrovito. 245
Sgt. Lewos lauded at pin ceremony; 2 town retirees also recognized. 576
Shift into high gear; Pair of upsets for Bouchard. 888
Small, beautiful and right here. Editorial 326
Social club welcomes even long-timers; Welcome Wagon rolls to new name. 576
Special town meeting called. 1020
Stasia C. (Ruda) Gasparik, 93. 279
Still River Cafe deeply satisfying. Restaurant review 1115
Superchief thrives on surprise. 641
Talent steps higher at Cornerstone; Dance class to perform tomorrow on Common. 776
Two top honors for Holden teacher. 233
VNA Care Network welcomes Leclair. 518
Wachusett American Legion team excels. 679
Weighing in on weight concerns. 761
West Boylston finishes strong. 695
West Boylston Police Log. 1120
WHAT YOU'RE LISTENING TO. 411
Where the streets all have names. 1033
Whitinsville Christian honor roll. 457
William F. Dickson, 50. 177
Winona B. (Beebe) Espsito. 177
Worcester firemen's wild ride. 919

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