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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (February 1, 2007)

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2 Southbridge officials eye job; Milford school supt. post. 669
Aged buildings pose dilemma in Webster; School Committee seeks repair funds. 665
Allen W. LeFurgey, 60. 180
Athol High asbestos not serious problem; Inspectors are OK with using facility. 881
Baby needs marrow; Westboro Rotary organizes drive for boy. 869
BB gun growing in crime usage; Realistic look, lesser penalty. 835
Bears fan anticipates Super day; Peyton Manning isn't everyone's QB hero. 852
Beverly M. (Sandelin) Trimby, 82. 259
Big Tuesday sharpens postseason hoop picture. 1166
Briefs. 230
Business briefs. 447
Charlton renews hunt for water near Buffumville. 388
City councilor dives into state rep race; Palmieri becomes third Democrat to announce. 443
Cleanup of oil leak could be 5-10 years; Cost of process in Holden unknown. 451
Clifton Lewis Gilson, 85. 301
Coach is suspended for insulting players. 166
Council is asked to protect Ch. 13; Charter contract being renegotiated. 573
Creditors balk at Malden Mills payout; Bonuses at bankrupt company. 650
DA won't seek audit in LaGuer rape case; Early awaits court's decision on appeal. 523
DeSantis a master at tuning skis and boards. 1136
Dice-K is anxious for camp to start. 615
Dr. Alexe Andronic, 84. 215
Driver's ruse backfires; Walk brings arrest on 13th charge. 416
Eagle soars past 1,000. 709
Eagle soars past 1,000. 687
Eat like a king at `royal' buffet. 1054
Emergency drill staged in Charlton. 573
Fingers crossed for Cine Art. 933
Fitchburg man journeyed west to fight slavery. 1157
Four Central Mass. teachers among elite. 388
Francis Curran Ward. 374
From cards to `Cookie' books; Illustration leads mother to writing fiction. 612
Funerals Today. 406
Gardner hoping for grants; Upgrades to senior center space among 10 requests. 453
Get ready for a snow-filled February. 594
Gift of life; Belize girl needs heart surgery. 937
Good Samaritan helps in capture of suspect. 267
Group trumpets joy of reading; Worcester events offered for all ages and backgrounds. 794
Hardwick landfill to be closed tomorrow. 379
Helen (Laputz) Kulak. 270
Intensity of crowds energizes Crusaders. 740
Investigation of Milford shooting continues. 356
Knight cagers answer the Call; New coach sparks Lunenburg to league lead. 813
Kobe hits 43 in C's historic loss. 738
Leicester has tax aid program for seniors. 254
Leominster has plan to clean up water act; City hopes to test filter system this winter. 540
Local poet competes in world series of slam. 513
Locked gate riles Norrback parents; Neighbors concerned about traffic. 563
Lorraine A. (Nevalsky) Greenwood. 240
Lunenburg weighing trash options; Higher fees for bags might save program. 599
Make them pay; Fitchburg moves to target illegal dumping. Editorial 250
Man hurt when trucks collide. 104
Marion J. (Beard) Rossman, 78. 277
Marlboro pulls rank on Rangers. 549
MART fares could rise 33%; Bus riders would pay $1. 493
Martha R. Cassinari, 89. 305
Maxine L. Anderson, 84. 187
McGovern bill sets deadline on Iraq withdrawal. 1092
Memorial idea forges ahead; Spencer plans to honor those with military service. 355
Millbury Town Hall air quality is OK'd. 264
Minister hears call from world's trouble spots. 748
N.Y. Times posts loss; Big charge taken to cut value of Boston Globe, T&G. 828
Nantz a superman at playing the field. 844
Neurotic Gumbo back on fundraising stage. 539
New EP shows stalwart band Craig has grown. 912
No `what-ifs' haunting Allen. 748
Non-roads are hard to get rid of. 446
Northbridge No. 1 cop and his badge retired. 920
Owner seeks more storage; W. Brookfield site claimed grandfathered. 548
Pruning yields a $6,800 fine; Work done without city OK. 801
Recent Deaths. 1024
SBSB of Worcester likely to get contract; State's new health insurance program. 288
Second story; Defensive splash after break lifts Holy Cross. 814
Sharks flash toothy smile over rookie captain. 1580
Smith picked to head school; Westboro High gets principal. 378
St. V's, nurses extend contract to Saturday. 285
Stephen J. Wilson, 55. 177
Sturbridge project shows parallels; History series indicates that now not so different from late 1800s. 949
The color of greed; Money grabs threaten health coverage law. Editorial 351
Towns hear about benefits of partnership; Wachusett area urged to join MORE. 541
TV stunt panics Hub; Flashing devices left under Boston bridges. 974
Unsavory acts gain attention; Auburn cracks down on illicit behavior. 918
Vanna has all the luck; West Boylston VFW hall gig led to contract. 897
WA great fit for Smith. 1146
Wachusett board was out of loop; DCR chided on ski area changes. 610
Wacked-out Will; Foothills presents all 37 plays in 90 minutes. 1006
Worcester man, 60, arraigned in child sexual assault case. 356
Work is but a dream; Lunenburg author finds happiness. 557
WPI's 14th cages Clark. 636

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