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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (August 24, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
`Champ' - a respectable fight. Movie review 543
`Nanny' looks at life, nasty family. Movie review 556
`Teacher of the year' sentenced; Wife gets 18 months in jail for arranging hit on her husband. 370
10 youths face charges after fight at Common. 295
300-unit transit village project chugging along; Construction slated for spring for Gleason Street location. 421
Annual review suggests changes; Superintendent should mix more. 669
Bad inning costs Twisters; Worcester allows 5 runs in 5th. 738
Bail set in `revenge stabbing' case. 513
Beach behavior irksome. 401
Beatrice M. D'Amato. 225
Beckett clear-cut No. 1; Righty has developed into ace. 733
Briefs. 333
Business briefs. 431
City man charged with dealing cocaine; Police: `We are very familiar with him'. 320
City working to prevent drive-offs at gas station; Photographing license plates possible option. 452
Clock is ticking on expanding landfill. 408
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1168
Crosswalk painter slated for March trial on threats. 290
Danger seen in revamping car insurance; Many may face rate hikes. 836
Dangerousness hearing continued for two accused in mill fire. 230
Deeds reshuffle; No need to change jurisdiction of registries. Editorial 268
District 1 contenders square off; Smith, Rosario swap words. 843
Dog shelter's adoption day forges bonds. 555
ESPN draft `experts' make surprising picks. 1457
Fair winds ahead for twin turbines; Light department to break ground. 399
Family's try to save beloved tree cut short; Bank's expansion to be sans maple. 605
FinCom rejects extra pay for town clerk. 423
Funerals Today. 534
Gardner principal heads to Orange; Anthony Gansis to serve as interim. 518
Getting back on track; First running of Mods since Blewett's death. 1050
GPS tracking like a stakeout; Lawyer notes arson suspects were `watched' on public roads. 1350
Hassett all heart on gridiron; His father, who recently passed away, serves as motivation. 714
Hospital runoff using needed sewer space; Officials propose closing flow to add new users in town. 611
Hostage drill; School bus drivers taught how SWAT defuses crises. 876
How to convey ancient words; Demand for the Bible in English. 513
Jacob Heitin, 89. 257
James Brendan "Monk" O'Donnell, 77. 364
John M. McGillicuddy. 157
Lopez replaces Lester on team; Starter to Double-A Portland. 740
Marion D. (Rixford) Girouard, 84. 235
Misguided resolution; Council should reject call for `sanctuary' here. Editorial 217
New England music festival to aid charities. 569
Pair of Sox washed out; Twinbill scheduled for today. 756
Pauline Martina "Paulie" Breault. 368
Pearl M. (Portier) Tuttle, 85. 125
Police chief blasting state over $510K violence grant; Smaller communities got more funds, Gemme says. 624
Recent Deaths. Obituary 969
REGIONAL DIGEST. 80
REGIONAL DIGEST. 283
Remaly on target for title. 815
Repair progress `stonewalled' at damaged bridge; Movement sends engineers back to the drawing board. 438
Reward being offered for tips leading to rock-throwing arrest. 341
Rusty the Lab comes to the aid of Clinton police; Officers arrest five men sought after gunshots in Worcester. 475
Saggy plot slows `Illegal Tender'. Movie review 499
Selectmen adopt code of conduct. 641
Sister M. Aurelia Stasaitis. 161
Study group makes a different choice; Selectmen, staff members weigh projects to gauge `best' potential impact on town. 819
Third game close to real deal; Starters should get lot of action. 741
Transcendent text; Conveying ancient text to postmodern audience is labor of love. 1383
William E. Harper, 1952-2007. 213
William F. Landers Jr. 279

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