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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (August 23, 2007)

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A sage appointment; Paul Reville to chair state education board. Editorial 268
Alexander H. Dempsey Jr., 75. 252
Annis R. (LaRoche) Rivers, 61. 222
April J. (Lavargna) Lewis, 31. 213
Artists and farmers on common ground; Farm/Art Day tour set for area sites. 660
Blogs come into play; MVN thrives under Brunell. 1184
Boxing matches on tap to help; Fundraiser set for accident victim. 371
Brady becomes a daddy; Moynahan gives birth to boy in Los Angeles. 795
Brian D. Phillips, 30. 243
Business briefs. 473
Candidate calls for an overhaul. 758
Cart mishap fails to spoil big day. 826
CitySquare gets second extension; Board told Berkeley still seeking tenants. 545
CORI changes argued at forum; Flanagan catches heat for stand. 555
Corrections. 100
Council may hire lawyer to examine fire chief's stipends. 591
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1008
Delivering on routes; Canney catches on for Hounds. 605
Developer back with greener plans after opposition; Environmentalists pleased with changes. 497
Developer offers access, but some want town to buy land. 522
Documentaries dominate new Cinema 320 season. 1407
Douglas woman on `Survivor'. 139
Drivers to face challenges as roadwork proceeds. 413
Dueling views of teens. 870
Earl J. Murray, 63. 153
Elizabeth "Bette" A. (DeMaria) Aubain. 575
Ellen M. Coyle, 88. 170
Final spot up for grabs; Washington in contention. 712
Fine cuisine at Binh Duong; New restaurant in Worcester. 849
Fond memories revved up; Creamer race to aid rec programs. 622
Full slate of events to capture the spirit in Shrewsbury. 1336
Funerals Today. 346
Gas tanks raise neighbors' ire; Highfields developer seeks to store 6,000 gallons. 634
Get the right tools needed for job. 605
Helen Miles Connor, 83. 200
Hubbardston student new Parks Fellow grad. 222
Indoor pool closure riles residents; Quinsigamond says upkeep is too costly. 617
Inge M. (Habekost) Bsullak, 76. 286
Italian restaurant gets lone permit. 338
Kielty becomes a Red Sox Nation favorite in a hurry. 1190
Land Court to weigh night trucking. 255
Laurel Eve (Blundsden) Babineau, 62. 285
Library is seeking community policing presence. 452
Manny is left watching. 1151
Marjorie H. (Hart) Parent, 86. 188
May G. (English) Giles. 186
Mill complex site work to begin; Town official is optimistic about progress. 492
Mylott decries Unitil rate-hike bid, says rates already a `burden'. 599
Neighbors join with possible answer to sewage problem; Town manager says new plan viable. 574
Nichols building into the future; New, renovated dorms barely handling the growth. 597
Numbskulls no American idiots. 1279
Officer charged in theft of drugs; E. Brookfield court videotape. 643
Officials moving toward considering regional solutions. 509
Old papers saved from shredder. 792
Panel finds boat ramp plans inadequate. 677
Pedroia goes for X-rays. 805
Philanthropist counts 249 daughters; Growth Through Learning helps girls in Africa. 1106
Placebo rides with Projekt Revolution; `Outsider quality' matches up with Linkin Park, My Chemical Romance. 741
Playing in Germany is next for Bradley. 429
Police say another rock thrown; Monday incident in same Rt. 9 area. 339
Randolph D. Anderson. 299
Recent Deaths. 931
REGIONAL DIGEST. 430
REGIONAL DIGEST. 369
REGIONAL DIGEST. 429
REGIONAL DIGEST. 604
Reville to lead state ed board; Worcester man key figure in reform. 825
Ruth L. (Bailey) Benton. 265
Same old, same old; Turnpike board again looks at toll hikes. Editorial 332
Scott M. Gustafson, 36. 166
Sign that kid up! Infant makes the big catch at his first Red Sox game. 516
Smith cites his accomplishments; Second term on council sought. 544
Sophia (Malkowski) Krukowski, 103. 155
Southeast School gets a more youthful demeanor. 721
Sox leave 'em stranded; Boston squanders series finale. 777
Sox leave 'em stranded; Devil Rays sting Dice-K again. 762
Still lovin' it after 35 years; Allen a fixture at Gardner franchise. 752
Superintendent says accreditation likely; High school renovations on schedule. 498
Surf's up as Tornadoes tumble. 735
Suspect charged in shopper attack faces new charges. 341
Sylvian T. "Lillian" (Lucca) Lakeman, 90. 220
Terenzini tells `Rest of Story'. 782
The secret to long life is revealed; Just check biography of oldest woman. 763
They do! They do! Believe in musical theater! Calliope Productions marks 25 years with a special production of "I Do! I Do!". 1100
To honor and remember those who served in war; Korea's veterans, children in bronze tribute. 367
Toll plan spurs call for end of free rides; Legislator wants turnpike equality. 1028
Truck rolls over on I-290 on-ramp. 111
Two dozen off and running in city; Plenty of candidates, seven races. 802
Up close and secure; Optim scopes on watch at borders. 838
Wild pitches being aimed at the voters. 728
WPI projects win NSF grants; Work on science education, tiny sensors receive funding. 291
Zoning chairwoman withdraws from housing role. 656

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