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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (December 13, 2007)

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$2.5M awarded in malpractice case; Misdiagnosed woman HIV-free. 708
A new crop of shooting stars; Annual Elks youth basketball event draws 55 kids to Narragansett High. 614
Alice (Tjaarda) Dionne. 159
Alphonse F. "Chick" LaPorte, 88. 307
Ann L. Kabian. 336
Ann L. Kabian. 336
Are you dreaming of a `green' Christmas? 606
Arrest Logs; West Boylston. 106
Bicentennial help sought. 205
Board urges support for RTA bus service; Selectmen encourage riders, writers. 374
Bonnie Lou Boone. 128
Boston thrashes Atlanta. 763
Break-ins occur in Westboro. 188
Breaking new ground; Jerry Sabatini and his three groups cross barriers. 734
Builder to make Legion-post bid. 478
Bullett ready to fire this season for Woolies; Millbury guard is coming off championship run. 848
Business briefs. 425
Call to duty; Welcome crackdown on jurors who skipped duty. Editorial 277
Car dealer given break; Breach could lead to license loss. 532
Carol A. Armstrong, 68. 278
Celtics clamp down late; Fourth quarter proves decisive. 906
Concetta A. Del Duca. 224
Conditions outstanding for some early skiing. 1108
Courthouse records. 2028
Cowen assists Raiders win. 820
Crash aborts school planning session. 632
Dale Joseph Wesgan, 74. 102
Dance has created bond between Glavin residents and dancers. 643
Daughter charged with taking mother's ashes from stepfather. 560
Defense questions hearing in threat; `Dangerousness' route not taken for Tavares. 1069
Division 2 Girls' Basketball at a Glance. 93
Donation to schools just what the doctor ordered. 478
Doris E. (Bourbeau) Leasot, 91. 242
Dorothy A. (Reed) Gallant, 95. 260
Ellis Kublic, 85. 358
Elsie Sjoblad. 274
Elsie Sjoblad. 294
Emeline A. (Perry) Sutela, 90. 146
Evelyn F. (Ostberg) Eckfeldt-Senior, 88. 236
Evidence forges link to '84 crime; Suspect's DNA in N.Y. matches blood sample. 983
Father is charged after son's underage drinking party'. 482
Figures may lie; Economist seeks truth about New England. 548
Finally, a lineup change. 909
Flea marketers told they need state license. 561
Frances "Fran" (Sannella) Annunziata. 270
Funerals Today. 345
Gardner romps in opener. 406
Gary S. Fisher. 205
George A. Smith Jr. 313
George A. Smith Jr. 310
George Bailey's revenge. 875
George E. Smith Jr. 311
Governor visits to examine workforce development. 147
Grace Louise Waldron. 323
Grace Louise Waldron. 381
He knows beans; Activist's interest in fair-trade coffee prompts book about his world travels. 1193
Health care system needs first aid. 740
HealthAlliance doctor awarded fellowship. 201
Helen I. (Roach) Haven. 227
Henry E. Antkowiak. 297
Hewlett-Packard to move more jobs into Marlboro; Facility in Nashua, N.H., will be closed next year. 283
Hilltoppers roll at Loomis. 818
Hoarders are often danger to themselves; Housing directors address problem. 688
Holden driver killed in crash; Police say speed may be a factor. 152
Iadarola stymies Milford. 406
It this a bridge too far? Work planned on Boundary Street Bridge. 578
It's not spring, but farmers market in the air. 415
J. Russell Hemenway. 288
James Leland Watson; Holds place for hand writing the Bible in Guinness World Records. 273
Jerzy Zawistowski, 46. Obituary 123
John H. Nelson, Jr.; 1924 - 2007. 344
Joseph J. Loconto. 179
Joseph T. Starr. 219
Karen T. Thomas. 257
Keep your wallet safe this holiday. 946
Knit Wits spin up gift for area's needy. 1147
Leicester restaurateur Stanley J. Nicas honored; Castle Restaurant executive chef saluted by Chaine des Rotisseurs. 908
Library vote set for March. 576
Limited pond access gets OK. 483
Lou Lane Whitten, 64. 89
Marie Anna Isabelle (Masse) Coleman, 98. 244
Mary Helen Roadstrum. 194
Mary T. (McGann) Jenza, 87. 251
Mayer Dicker. 196
Merrilee Floria. 191
Minutemen deny Eagles. 582
Misguided ruling; SJC decision could further chill medical practice. Editorial 350
Muslim charity said to wage economic jihad; Care International lawyer's mistrial request denied. 724
Neighbor to Neighbor. 1346
Neighbor to neighbor. 773
Neighborhoods of yesteryear full of charming lore. 872
NIMBY response to trash program; Neighbors object to Flint Road site. 571
No bail set for standoff suspect; Judge orders more evaluation. 376
Northboro Police Log. 231
Officials watching downtown traffic; Bridge is a concern with new retail center. 614
Online courses approved to help dropouts graduate. 350
Panthers turn back Rangers in the Boro's Cup. 639
Patricia M. Hart. 286
Patriots, Jets all business; AFC East foes downplay game. 854
Patronizing local businesses stimulates the local economy. Company overview 702
Pearl B. Benoit Dockray. 183
Pedestrian struck, injured, on I-495. 230
Peter D. Ricardi, 88. 141
Police Logs; Boylston. 493
Police Logs; West Boylston. 730
Police sergeant's job on shaky ground; Selectmen meet over education controversy. 529
Public fills up bus for food bank; WRTA, union work together to help the needy during holidays. 357
Quabbin Regional High School. 906
Raymond P. Berube. 189
Recent Deaths. 1822
Regional digest. 314
Regional digest. 621
Regional digest. 601
Richard Earl Chase, 79. 272
Robert F. Martin. 222
Robert J. Mathieu. 394
Robert N. Cochran, 80. 308
Robert W. Shyllberg. 155
Rockets get it together; Auburn responds with three-goal rally for win. 624
Russell W. Josephson. 150
Santa Claus loads up for Townsend travels. 546
Sarah Ingegneri. 138
School called safe. 301
Selectmen OK seeking housing upgrade grant. 375
Sharks on a downward spiral. 1721
Sharon L. Pike, 46. 233
Shrewsbury company fined. 190
Shrewsbury Police Log. 1827
Snow could slow the offense. 793
Spa owners give back to rescue workers after fire. 548
Stacia T. "Bunny" (Wojtowicz) Beando, 87. 236
Stags race out of the gate. 888
State will be asked to add court parking. 325
Steak house offers decent dinner deal. 854
Steven J. Nichols, 55. Obituary 106
Striding for excellence. 477
Students ready for a real emergency. 279
Swedberg a Hall of Famer. 705
Tahanto announces first quarter honor roll. Financial report 705
Tahanto compromise in the works. 1031
The what and why of Reading Recovery. 282
Theresa "Laura" (Graveson) Goyette, 81. 253
Thomasian propels Indians. 820
Town Hall employees will get Christmas Eve off. 153
Town meeting OK; Sale of old fire station approved. 510
Town taking a look at sidewalks and such. 877
Underclassmen spark WA. 405
Uxbridge restaurant much more than a workplace. 879
Van Gogh Brothers works its `Wild Way' on Worcester. 763
Variety show refuses to die; Church planning 51st production. 506
Vincent A. Mandella. 447
Wales Notebook. 261
Warriors prevail in OT. 820
Water meter's flaw proves homeowner was right. 373
Welcome warmth; La Nina to deliver milder winter, experts say. 1095
Westboro Police Log. 1200
William H. Spence. 211
Winchendon star's game is backing up his talk. 1386
Woman allegedly assaulted boyfriend, doused officer. 659
WRTA receives board's support. 285
Yvonne A. MacLean, 92. 146
Yvonne A. MacLean. 146
Yvonne Leah Berman. 289

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