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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 6, 2007)

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`Nothing is funnier than unhappiness'. 551
4 candidates vying for 2 selectmen's seats. 583
A happy cop who's near the top; As police lieutenant, Perry is second in command. 396
Aid eases hunger, HIV/AIDS in Africa. 850
Alice R. (Caforio) Borci. 303
Athol woman killed in crash on Route 2; Latest in long list of `Death Valley' fatalities. 469
Back in business; Sylvia's rebounds from fire ... in time for prom. 1740
Bennett W. Botuck, 80. 338
Bruins blow lead, drop fifth straight. 564
Building damage raises questions; Possible vandalism suggested. 410
Business briefs. 435
Carl DeMaria, 85. 298
Changes in works for center of town; Strategic plan is commissioned. 482
Claire Gadoury. 286
Complex, ambulance on warrant; Budget remains unresolved. 589
Councilors play gambling card; Profits eyed for city services. 730
Courthouse records. 2232
Doherty student accused of rape; Alleged attack occurred in school. 182
El Tiante's attitude has perfect pitch; Red Sox legend shrugs off Baseball Hall of Fame snub. 722
Fair set for Algonquin to promote healthy living; First one in about a decade. 513
Finance panel supports override; Taxes would increase by 12%. 429
Former officer pleads not guilty; Suspect faces child sex charges. 237
Four vie for two health board seats. 256
Fundraisers, reading, elders make a town. 735
Funerals Today. 208
George K. Sawyer Jr. 280
GOP spreading message statewide; Conservatives urged to seek office. 481
Gory `Grindhouse' is gloriously grotesque; Double feature combines films by 2 directors. Movie review 558
Harriett Belle (Hubbard) Vernon, 88. 169
Heidi (Sibley) Lafrennie, 47. 407
Herring runs good way to connect with nature. 924
Homeless minority report off table; Levy, Mulford vow to get working plan. 617
Hubbardston candidates no backers of override. 653
Iron Age executives keep contracts; But bankrupt company's workers denied severance. 585
James Robert "Jim" Freeman. 188
Janet E. Tetrault, 59. 230
John F. Watts, 53. 266
Lawsuit against Auburn just par for the course. 1227
Liquor sale stings hard to accomplish; Finding effective decoys a real barrier. 364
Louise H. (Hall) Russ-Lapointe, 94. 207
Mary A. (MacDonald) Hall, 101. 142
More education aid. 580
Mother faces charges after Amber Alert; Police heard phone threats. 1092
Papi finds way to help; Ortiz and Lugo contribute on the basepaths. 874
Press Box. 437
Privacy advocates blast Galvin; Critics want private data off state Web site. 607
Publisher, with 35 jobs, plans move to town. 483
Raymond A. Ducharme. 242
Recent Deaths. 986
Revs hoping for 3rd chance; Twellman back; Dempsey gone. 1111
Rising son; Dice-K makes a strong debut. 799
Schools seek $2.1M budget hike; Cuts are eyed as officials admit funds lacking. 538
Shortfall turning worse than expected; Changes in state aid and car taxes. 522
Sustained by faith; Christians share the value of prayer in their lives. 827
Taubman coming to B'nai Shalom; Creator of Friday Night Live. 518
Taxing dilemma; Homeowners bear brunt of increases. 1400
Teacher pushes phys ed; Primary School educator takes show on the road. 652
Teen charged with shooting in home; Man hit in chest; police suspect drug activity. 644
The camel's back; EPA order adds to onerous municipal burden. Editorial 370
The gatekeepers; Senate posts boost Central Massachusetts' clout. Editorial 232
The season is young, so are these prospects. 1401
Theresa A. Owens, 99. 170
Think through live gifts; Chocolate bunnies, stuffed chicks better choices. 544
Towns resist 9% budget increase; Officials say school request is unaffordable. 635
Transfers go to town meeting; Voters to make decisions Monday. 247
Two races, 10 questions face voters on Monday. 770
Virginia Grubb Sterritt. 281
Westboro tees off with a pair of aces. 864
William F. McNamara. 290

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