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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (December 11, 2007)

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`Fugitive' violated probation. 274
2 pedestrians hit by allegedly drunken driver; Police report cites vehicle damage. 281
A bold gambit; Anna Maria city campus responds to education needs. Editorial 275
After National Grid; Westboro icon's exit may be opportunity. Editorial 309
Ambulance gets voter green light; Chief pleased, despite low turnout. 209
Anna Maria seeks downtown campus; College to move commuters to city. 221
Auld again provides the stops; Goalie turns aside 44 shots, wins second start with Bruins. 737
Barbale's jumper completes comeback. 475
Blaze displaces residents; Five-alarm fire taxes resources of firefighters. 727
Bryan Hanson. 184
Business briefs. 453
Ceslawa J. "Stacia" (Lemanski) Judycki, 88. 272
Chieftains look much improved. 886
CLINTON ARREST LOG. 337
Clinton Police Log. 799
Contest seeks the best window displays in Clinton. 839
Council warned of rise in school bus costs. 478
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2165
CVS surprises planners with 2nd proposed building; Official calls company `disingenuous'. 503
Davis, Auburn coming back for more. 928
DEP payoff approved, building plan fails; Town meeting OKs cleanup charges. 594
Division 1 Hockey at a Glance. 297
Division 3 Central Mass. Hockey at a Glance. 198
Down to size. 215
Drug given a fast track; FDA gives some help to its latest `orphan'. 346
Edna M. Magee. 204
Election technology needs update; Vendor won't service city's current system. 597
Elizabeth (Shea) Dozois. 228
Elsie Sjoblad. 289
Evidence sought in fatal stabbing; Affidavit states man confessed. 414
Faculty sues in police-with-guns issue; Did WSC trustees violate the law? 316
Fashionably weird; Bow tie wearers proudly carry on, despite the look's fading appeal. 1143
Francis G. "Forty" Bangrazi, 75. 296
Funerals Today. 350
George A. Smith Jr. 334
Grace Louise Waldron. 384
Grant allows town to study trash issue; `Pay-as-you-throw' system scrutinized. 240
Helen M. Sheerin, 71. 425
Historic jewels; Chamber gives Silver Hammer Awards. 752
Jihad noted in wiretaps; Jurors hear conversations of 2 in charity fraud case. 879
John Ashburn, Sr., 78. 81
Joseph Friedson. 90
Joseph P. Ivaska, 92. 366
Long-held license finds new home. 453
Longer school day killed; Board questions benefits and fears disruption. 819
Lorraine C. (Belanger) Simard, 80. 358
Main break disrupts water service. 180
Marilyn A. (DuBois) Polleys. 157
Memorable deer taken during exclusive event. 1044
More than a thousand people partake of restaurant's annual gift of a meal. 692
Nashoba names honor students. 1161
Nashoba scores `silver'; Recognized by U.S. News and World Report. 256
Next three should be a breeze. 788
Nicholas J. Cote, 21. 365
Nypro donates to university. 337
Officer's firing upheld by jurist; Incident at bar led to discharge. 810
Old Post Road concert a sweet present. 474
Olivette L. Picotte, 94. 256
On the wild slide; Ice storm glazes roads, grazes bumpers in area. 1178
One yard stages a multiholiday display. 458
Origin of fire traced to wires in floor of attic; Deputy chief injured in truck mishap. 357
Party for Mercy Centre. 800
Patrick: China trip `busy, useful, valuable'; Seeds of trade, partnerships planted. 1033
Planner cries foul, takes new post. 606
Polar Bears share the offense in win. 389
Police say man driving while drugged. 493
Recent Deaths. 1082
REGIONAL DIGEST. 593
REGIONAL DIGEST. 594
REGIONAL DIGEST. 414
REGIONAL DIGEST. 142
Restoring the true holiday spirit. 923
Retirees announce: The toys are coming! 860
Ruth G. Field, 87. 109
Selectmen call other boards to land meeting; Preservation study final report. 539
Snow + ice = slow; First winter storms are reminders for drivers. 888
St. Hilaire freezes all city spending; Mayor wants Hawke to have a solid start. 519
Stabbing attributed to debt; Suspect, 40, arraigned; victim hospitalized in fair condition. 378
Stags race out of the gate. 894
State rejects town's budget; Questions over income estimate. 485
Stylists help to shape playground. 583
Tahanto announces its honor roll. 760
Tahanto deals with threat. 406
Teen's house party gets father charged; Alcohol allegedly provided to minors. 266
Tough get going; Mulvey's speed, grit lift SPM. 804
Town facing revenue challenges; Allowed increase could mean cuts in services. 485
Town officials approve 2008 property tax rate. 279
Town OKs waste contract changes; Five warrant aticles passed in 45 minutes. 497
Trailer family faces ouster after board refuses permit. 575
Tyrell J. Brown. 106
Vincent A. Mandella. 472
Voters approve relocation funds for town police. 524
Young fan catches ball from Moss. 561
Zidelis named CFO for city; Former treasurer returns; lauded as `seasoned' pro. 647

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