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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 25, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
A lifetime of art; Edna Hibel welcomes the opportunity to connect with her devotees. 1377
After shootings, enforced calm. 841
Anna M. (Ricci) Papagni, 81. 186
Award Dinner honors Michael Tsotsis. 126
Backers want park to be wildlife-friendly. 727
Bail set for 3 alleged shooters; Shot in eye, man released from hospital. 407
Bancroft School Parent/Faculty Auction. 118
Beatrice Emilie (Burck) Bahr, 93. 187
Best Chefs in Worcester competition. 163
Board barely backs override; Selectmen voice worries. 727
Board tackles warrant measures; Fisher House articles supported. 579
Bulldogs enjoying mercy roll early in season. 1113
Business briefs. 436
C's are done with Telfair. 542
Casa Cultural Dominicana de Worcester gala. 102
Celebrations honor Nobel Prize Winner Craig Mello. 205
Central Massachusetts Heart Ball. 114
Charlotte C. Young, October 24, 1942 - April 21, 2007. 338
Children's Friend annual meeting and award ceremony. 141
City firefighters organize a well-run road race. 603
Clinton show features area artisans. 456
Crisp, Youkilis rest another day. 827
David D. Raphaelson, 83. 229
Denis Leary; Still sizzling, but with a softer side. 2017
DEP finds barrels at ex-farm; Dozen drums contain paint residue. 250
Dileo's dinger propels Woolies. 575
Donald A. Mayo 1913- 2007. 113
Douglas J. Anger, 43. 144
Dream of the treasures, oddities you'll find at fundraising auctions. 824
Edmund S. Sendrowski. 375
Election attracts raft of hopefuls; Restive electorate looking for change. 540
Emergency response group seeks recognition. 359
Family business. 2043
Flora (Morin) Peloquin. 175
Folk, jazz stars will shine at Newport. 704
Four arrested after shot fired at car; Driver, 34, escapes injury. 290
Funerals Today. 622
Gerald R. Kay, 62. 276
Gitto scores four as Bernardians outlast Panthers. 669
Going places in style. 458
Good secretary hard to find; Elegance, tact virtues of past. 742
Greyhounds edge Yellow Jackets. 603
Halberstam's '94 visit remembered. 360
Hat tricks by Volpe, House key as Rangers roll to win. 669
Helen E. Bernacki. 271
Hike, hut, hike! A bunk and a meal along the trail. 1214
House of words; Author Edith Wharton's estate is restored in the Berkshires. 1189
In praise of parents. 584
Incumbents fend off challengers; 20% turnout among highest in recent years. 689
Irene M. (Murray) Kilday, 78. 281
Is `affordable' adaptable? As 40B expands, legislation seeks more community control. 995
JCC Worcester Wine & Food Festival. 132
Kevin J. Bassett, 22. 310
La Belle Maison; Owners create French-style showplace. 1604
Landmark burns; Owner in hospital after fire. 696
Lauring, Rice and Kelley lead Notre Dame hit parade. 669
Louise E. (Widegren) Hunt, 77. 312
March for Rett Benefit at the Beechwood. 89
Martha S. (Wahlberg) Miles, 65. 283
Mary F. Athy, 86. 392
Milford broker facing theft charges; $400,000 was allegedly stolen. 325
Mohegan Council Boy Scouts Distinguished Citizen Award. 125
Molly E. (Pietro) Sargentelli, 96. 171
Murray mows 'em down; Senior strikes out 15 in victory over Northbridge. 516
National Grid touts upgrades as boosting service. 292
Nonresidents gently booted from district; Voting booths' sanctity rescued from interlopers. 700
O'Rourke powers Pioneers past Rangers. 521
Outside of religious context little forgiveness for shooter. 711
Override won't stop cuts; Schools would still face deficit. 353
Owner's dreams collapse further; Restaurateur is bankrupt. 410
Pair face drug dealing charges; Vinton, Paine area targeted by police. 301
Panthers deal Spartans 1st loss. 575
Patriots blast past Polar Bears. 582
Phyllis M. (Stewart) Anderson, 94. 341
Polytechnic progress; New dorm, garage benefit city, WPI. Editorial 248
Principal's settlement revealed. 570
Recent Deaths. 1526
RIC thrives with Burgess. 1568
Robert Klein entertains at New Jewish Academy Fundraiser. 105
Salisbury singers concert and benefit reception. 120
Sandbagged; Politics rears its head in Dismas House siting. Editorial 356
Sansoucy's single saves Guardians. 641
School choice expanded to include newest facility. 508
School committee cuts request; No layoffs anticipated after $1.6M reduction to '08 budget. 562
Schools face cuts with proposed '08 $25.3M budget. 717
Sean R. Nicholson 1977 - 2007. 288
Secrets in stone; College student vows to continue work of his mentors. 1086
Sharks face uphill climb. 774
Shooting suspect has a dark past. 823
Shrewsbury Youth & Family Services awards gala. 124
Sophomore powers Indians to Rocket Classic crown. 669
Sophomore shines for Tigers. 575
Sox boot another to Jays; Tavarez ineffective; Boston commits four errors. 884
Status of women celebrates 30 years. 116
Stephen M. Desio, M.D. Orthopedic surgeon, Worcester Tornadoes team physician. 582
Student's grades determine progress; Handbook change defines new policy. 575
Surge shocker: Buff out, Lucas in. 985
T&G Honors Visions winners. 176
Tara Bean foundation Valentine's Gala. 118
Tax hike to plug deficit; Getting city's budget balanced. 806
Tennis, anyone? 100 years later, Worcester Tennis Club retains the aura of another era. 1174
The best chefs; Winners cook up recipes for you to try at home. Recipe 1614
The Casey connection; Poem penned in Worcester. 1557
Think pink! Versatile vin roses come in many shades, pair with a range of food. 1277
Till on the sill; Suggestions for a colorful window box garden. 874
Timothy R. Connor, 91. 160
TJX sued by N.E. bankers groups; Security breach cost millions. 791
Tortellini a la Moro. Recipe 737
Tower Hill Botanic Garden celebrates 21st birthday. 99
Tracking Casey through city and town. 451
Unrepentant Purgatory; Chasm in Sutton attracts natives and newcomers. 1150
Upbeat United Way sees green lights straight ahead. 701
Updating curriculum a `massive undertaking'. 322
Voters OK limit on retail stores; Size-restriction article approved. 413
Voters select new face for board; Hay in controversy over swearing in. 378
Wedding in the Works; Worcester Opera Works plans production of `The Marriage of Figaro'. 756
Writer will lead tour of Concord. 376

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