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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (August 2, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
Allen G. Chambers, 71. 226
Angela J. (Kornik) Bangrazi, 39. 359
Antonio "Tony" G. Somensini, 83. 309
Arlo Guthrie helps launch Lancaster fest. 1021
Board continues tussle over conduct. 336
Breton's journey to Toronto paying off. 1111
BUSINESS BRIEFS. 112
Business briefs. 458
Cancer brings future front and center; Dying woman's purchases offer sobering reminder. 675
Celtics' big deal; Counting on Garnett for return to glory days. Editorial 201
Clash of religion, secularism is deeply rooted in history. 535
Coach gives wideouts a hand; Returnees show the newcomers. 742
Councilors consider balancing proposals; Employee issues, insurance discussed. 674
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2249
Documentary honors soldiers; Pride swells at premiere at Clark. 563
Don't fear the cuddly lil' reaper; Cat senses the end of humans' one life. 960
Donald A. Scott, 69. 229
Eino A. Maki, 85. 227
Erickson defends Oak Hill crown; Late rally earns third club title. 770
Eugene Andrew Parulis. 368
Ex-cop gets 7 months in prison; Involved with dealing drugs. 831
Fabulous folk weekend; Grace Potter rocks Newport. 1159
Foreclosure proceedings leap in state; Warren Group reports Worcester County data. 424
Former Catholic leads Jewish school; Educator converted to Judaism and once was head of Quaker school. 524
Funerals Today. 504
Gagne trying to get used to wearing red; New Boston reliever just wants to win. 696
Gerald M. Earls, 88. 470
Gertrude L. Sullivan. 154
Getting it done; Worcester-based contract manufacturer busy filling orders, jobs. 1252
Guerrero on his game; Righty throws nifty 3-hitter. 832
Hillary shows brave front over cleavage. 783
Hospital to celebrate centennial at festival. 706
Houle takes a stand for future; Administrator develops plan to get town moving forward. 561
Kidnap attempts reported. 650
Kristen R. Gray. 235
Lillian L. (Lessard) Carpenter, 78. 249
Longer for learning; Program to improve achievement expands in state. Editorial 360
Luck not on Dudley's side; Team falls in 8th; third one-run loss of tournament. 583
Maisie (Pryce) Parker. 252
Man denies child-porn charges. 231
Marlboro casino eyed by developer. 994
Mayor names Romano chairman of search committee; Panel will screen chief candidates. 306
Moss down with injury; Pulls up lame during a drill. 775
Mylott decides to stop; Mayor to quit after 3 terms. 656
Others noted waning support; Mylott had tough road to re-election. 623
Pigeons lose Exeter St. perch; Rusted bridge over railroad tracks finally comes down. 363
Police get parking lot repaved; $325K job doesn't add public spaces. 412
Possible traffic problem averted; Congestion near schools eased. 689
PRESS BOX. 226
Proud father sits back, enjoys Gulbis' success. 721
R. Don Christenson, 80. 292
Raccoon tests positive for rabies; State notes a rise in infected animals. 431
Raymond T. Brodeur. 361
Recent Deaths. 1050
REGIONAL DIGEST. 195
REGIONAL DIGEST. 272
REGIONAL DIGEST. 223
Reunion brings a stroke of luck; Newsletter recounts connection through The Big Red One. 948
Richard D. St. Germain 1940 - 2007. 246
Ronnies swept out of playoffs. 135
Schilling ready to rejoin rotation. 538
Schwartz ends on positive; Lemire delivers winning hit in team's first victory. 460
Selectmen OK new committee; Solid waste, recycling scrutinized. 229
Slayer tour a hard road for kings of heavy metal. 1056
Small town chief says job comes with surprises. 628
State DEP fines fueling station on Pike. 277
Stearns simply can't hide. 893
Stuart Little's `family'; Grandniece of author E.B. White honors his legacy. 1403
Study your options for planting bulbs. 628
Tavarez plugs the dike Tavarez plugs the dike; Gutsy start enough for Sox to hold off Orioles. 712
Those were the days ... 942
TPC Boston becomes a jewel in PGA Tour's crown; Hanse, Waugh made magic of a mess in Norton. 750
Two injured as WRTA bus and car crash. 216
Two named to manager screening committee; Qualifications of next executive discussed. 514
Two students and one cool bus; Oakmont alums put ice cream stand on wheels. 582
Wach ya want? Crispy, salty and made in Central Mass., Wachusett potato chips have been satisfying snack appetites for 70 years. 1274
West Nile source; Mosquitoes test positive. 692
William D. Jenkins, Jr. Obituary 110

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