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

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'Cats streak ends at eight; Panthers just overpowering. 599
`High School Musical' energy translates well to DCU stage. 645
A warm celebration of the arts; Lunenburg panel, library stage annual festival. 543
Alice M. (Bastardo) Genatossio, 74. 217
Andrew Michael Sheridan, 20. 732
Angeline Marie (Lacaire) Berard, 89. 243
Ann M. (Mangano) Belculfine, 92. 283
Annette T. (Pazzanese) Vilneau, 90. 174
Army marches past scuffling HC; Crusaders go stone cold in second half. 794
Ashburnham looks for cost savings. 283
Athol school's fate to be decided; Accreditation in jeopardy. 698
Banned grad nabbed at school. 327
Beating victim takes stand; Hammer attack in Leominster. 618
Beriau gets to ride free. 1074
Berlin OKs co-housing project; 17 of 68 units termed `affordable'. 843
Biotech group to rebound from Finneran; Worcester's emerging technology scene is vibrant, says O'Sullivan. 742
Bruso, Weilandt torpedo Milford; Christie, Vasselin spark Hawks. 694
Business briefs. 393
Bylund's play gets Rockets fired up. 570
Cable access TV making a comeback; W. Brookfield aims to expand offerings. 723
Caroline (Liebfried) Ward. 246
Catalogs can be boon to gardeners. 572
Charter school plan opposed; Wachusett sees student drain. 577
COLLEGE ROUNDUP. 92
Compost site `15 acres of stench'; Ballard St. area residents have health, safety concerns. 683
CORI information is critical to protect vulnerable seniors. 726
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1338
Cytyc plans manufacturing center; Marlboro warehouse renovations set. 496
Daniel P. "Beef" D'Onofrio, 45. 267
Darche is a deserving All-Star. 1665
DEP fines mill $3,000; Air pollution laws violated. 386
Dog's owner starts foundation; Fund to pay medical expenses. 847
Dorothy B. (Lindstead) Turnbull, 82. 238
Dudley-Charlton enrichment activities set; Elementary and middle schools will offer extra courses to stretch imaginations. 291
Earth can be someone's space junk; Aliens may question our own intelligence. 902
Exiled priest still claims innocence; Sojourner in Florida taunts parish in city. 1013
Field of dreams; Artificial turf to give crowded Oakmont athletic facilities a break. 507
Fitchburg signs on to `No Place For Hate'. 577
Flake-free weather is a boon to DPWs; Officials able to get a jump on winter. 439
Friends of Library might disband; Town accused of micromanaging. 568
Funerals Today. 554
Gardner youth gymnastics center lands new building. 496
Hardwick landfill exec criticizes selectman; Wall was barred from making presentation. 1055
Harrison, Cesaire missing. 860
Healy will be Surge's voice. 950
Heartfelt presentation. 83
Henry Sokol, 82. 217
Hilltoppers pull out a squeaker; Carroll's free throws difference. 693
Injuries continue to pile up in Boston; West, Szczerbiak added to list before Scalabrine and Allen go down. 885
Injuries keep hurting Celtics; Indiana wins third in row. 826
It's poetry in (spoken) motion; Gardner High students stage readings. 468
Leary: Challenge is keeping people; Murray's chief of staff talks to chamber. 675
Local angels back new arts center; Families' gifts aid restoration. 464
Lower electric rates offered; National Grid competition. 595
Lucky's Cafe adds dinner hours on weekends. Restaurant review 901
Margaret Wanda Walkawich, 91. 108
Mary A. "Mae" Wood. 230
Nap time in Worcester; No. 2 Holy Name cruises past No. 10 Doherty. 534
Numerous seats open in Millbury; April election will fill selectmen, school terms. 229
O'Day running to succeed Leary; Democratic candidate is social worker. 606
Once trapped dog now lively; Survivor dog to go to foster care soon. 644
Party makes kids' holidays merrier. 468
Patriots win first on O'Neill's goal; Amaral, Kucala earn Knights a tie. 692
Paul J. Kervick, Entrepreneur. 781
Perfect 10; Pats' Samuel hitting stride at nice time for a payoff. 807
Phase 2 of mill project in Winchendon moves forward. 402
Pianist brings `Bach' classics; Jonathan Bass builds on basics. 1013
Pike bridge still down to one lane; Grafton overpass damage assessed. 282
Pizza delivery driver stabbed; Fitchburg deliveryman. 320
Police arrest man after pursuit. 291
Police nab 2 suspects in Webster; Break-ins, robbery try charged separately. 405
Probation ordered in two drug cases. 197
Protesters outside Union Station during speech; Worcester Peace Works sees public support for war falling. 363
Putting tyrants on camera. 837
Recent Deaths. 1088
REGIONAL DIGEST. 417
REGIONAL DIGEST. 486
REGIONAL DIGEST. 229
REGIONAL DIGEST. 657
REGIONAL DIGEST. 296
Richard F. "Dick" Shea. 315
Rifle range opponents blast board in Clinton. 685
Rosario casts eyes on District 1 seat; Challenge to incumbent Smith. 145
Rudolph "Guy" Holoway Jr., 60. 190
Sandra L. (Hewitt) Hartman, 63. 194
Sarah (Fellows) Williams, 102. 302
School financial practice defended; Leicester fixes `small errors'. 514
Second candidate seeks Shrewsbury board seat. 444
Shakey Steve set to rattle, roll with slate of shows. 1087
Stanger, Vayda power Cougars; Tourigny's 33 triggers Wildcats. 692
State suggests changes in Marlboro; Report recommends consolidating finances; four-year mayoral term. 634
Still searching for a mission. 904
Surging back; Iraq course change apt to be too little, too late. Editorial 417
Suspect in beating is arrested. 308
The other shoe; Does state deficit prediction presage tax hike? Editorial 217
There are plenty of Sullys for top athletes, coaches. 1040
Theresa A. (Calcagni) Meservey. 208
Third suspect arrested in Thompson barn fire; Business dispute may have led to 2006 arson. 344
Third suspect held in home invasion. 236
Top-ranked Rangers are deep and well-rounded. 1213
Voters OK library plans cash; Westminster to study revenue sources. 510
Wal-Mart Supercenter set to open in mid-March; Northbridge store in process of filling 300 jobs. 340
Wallace J. "Skippy" Lefebvre, Sr., 71. 339
Westboro's surge upends sluggish Devils. 644
Worcester cable TV contract extended; City gets time to work out Charter pact. 377
Worcester police union elects officers. 85
Worlds apart, cousins choose parallel paths. 781
Youths, seniors mix at community center; Southbridge Guard armory being refurbished. 828

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