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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 26, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
`Lives of Others' a tense marvel. Movie review 659
`You have to show them you care'; Youth advocate rallies meeting of United Way. 490
Access to `health care home' other half of reform equation. 739
Ammunition in school leads to arrest of 3 teens. 308
Animals to flock to `Ark'-like church. 351
Ann R. Bird, 88. 273
Arts of the Andes; Peruvian musicians, dancers visit Fitchburg. 180
Athletes supporting `Johnny O'; ALS fundraiser stars sports-themed auction. 673
Atty. Mary J. Italiano. 601
Barn heavily damaged by fire; Animals safely evacuated at Greener Acres Farm. 302
Better late than never for spring; But a word of warning: This is still New England. 867
Big rate hike likely for water, sewer use; Average household would pay $60 more. 752
Budget dilemma decision time nears; Town voters to weigh service cuts, tax hikes. 775
Business briefs. 2002
Cecile M. (McDonald) Lajoie, 78. 214
Colonial power trips Wachusett; Offense backs Aditays 3-hitter. 448
Communities may be on their own; Patrick official says don't rely on local aid. 778
Councilors reject Casella pact; Extension goes back to bargaining table. 792
Counselor cleared of DUI. 257
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1702
Credit union CEO goes to Marlboro. 255
Crisp could land on DL; Battling oblique injury, OF misses 4th straight start. 810
Dangerous waters; Dozens hurt by lye; firm ban still in effect. 1558
DIGEST. 188
Dr. Richard J. Broggi. 173
Dyer, Gaels upset Hudson; Senior tosses second shutout. 1305
Educator `talks trash' to kids. 638
Elizabeth A. (Simon) Abdella. 398
Elmer A. "Andy" Anderson, 92. 287
For Murder Junkies, the anger and music go on. 925
Funerals Today. 412
Global fight for life; Manufacturers at disadvantage. 687
Golf tournament helps fuel Beacon. 532
Grillo's 3 hits lift Colonials; First-inning runs key victory. 1343
Growing Places is going places; Gardening helps build community. 1020
Helen D. (Veronick) Prizio, 83. 262
High-flying Hawks field model program. 880
Home for former inmates draws fire from neighbors; Dismas funding restored to state budget for fiscal '08. 911
House opts for flexible anti-crime package; Lawmakers reject Patrick's proposal for 250 officers. 895
In Kiper's view, Pats get it right. 782
James F. Mucha, 55. 239
John J. Baldwin, 87. 349
Joining forces; A&F secretary envisions state-local partnership. Editorial 427
Just what the Sox ordered; Orioles perfect remedy to end mini-slide. 709
Kenneth "Ken" R. Palumbo, 47. 292
Korn headlines Family Values. 100
Lawmakers weigh statewide automated emergency alerts. 492
Lawyers not just going through motions in cancer fight. 677
Library project closer to reality; Selectmen approve the creation of a building committee. 571
Lye fouls water; Town struggles to cope with accident. 1182
Man, 25, charged in shooting; Gunshots fired on Eastern Ave. 397
Margaret E. (Healy) McDermott, 96. 198
Martha E. (Berg) Johnson, 100. Obituary 149
Mary F. Athy, 86. 392
More than 85 people sickened; Some victims suffer burns. 762
Mustard Seed's patrons sent reeling by closure; Temporary lack of services is taking its toll. 576
New restaurants, bar get licenses to operate. 764
Newspaper cache helps date home. 871
Noses wrinkling at outside furnaces. 637
Off the hook; Walsh's goal keeps Sharks alive in series. 908
Officials pare school budget $243K; Disparity between finances, revenues is reduced. 436
One pool, two beaches to close; Budget, declining use cited as basis for decision. 721
ORANGE NOTEBOOK. 196
Pamela Michelle Allard. 125
Plot to kill wife ends with plea of guilt; Spencer man faces 10-20 years in prison. 833
Police find man seen near fire site; Malden man had hypothermia. 442
PRESS BOX. 267
Princeton buys German turbines; Light department rejects American-made turbines for upgrade. 555
Priscilla Ryant Fish. 403
Rams' Renna no-hits Prouty; Senior throws third shutout. 1338
Raymond F. Flagg, 80. 194
Recent Deaths. 1310
Red Sox go to bat for wine, charity. 924
Red Sox' success of 40 years leaves many fans behind. 1281
REGIONAL DIGEST. 622
REGIONAL DIGEST. 580
REGIONAL DIGEST. 128
Roth, Akashian propel Crusaders. 549
Ruth (Ross) Delgreco. 346
Sacrifice is honored; Posthumous awards for Westboro native. 792
Salvaged items regrettably few; Lack of water to fight fires is not a new concern. 662
Sandra A. Herzberg 1923 - 2007. 206
School committee slices budget some more. 274
Schools' backers urge yes votes. 568
Scout leader gets heroism award. 164
Shooting threat made to area colleges. 584
Shrewsbury High School `lynching'; Drug charge doesn't stick; racism allegation is stickier. 859
Sister act; 4 siblings put together production at Foothills. 1403
Sodium hydroxide can be a boon or a bane. Editorial 189
Speed linked to fatal crash. 171
Spidey goes Broadway! 875
Stasia B. Toutant, 89. 250
Stolz leaves WTAG for Blute's station. 435
Susan Werner taps religious music; `Why does God have all the good music?'. 867
Take note of temperature when planting. 575
Tantasqua votes to outsource janitors' jobs. 530
Town braces for vote Tuesday; Schools hopeful override passes. 564
Volunteers sought for town cleanup. 335
W. Boylston warns of cuts if override fails; Administrator presents two budget options to officials. 644

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