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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (June 14, 2007)

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$1M to spur college growth; Pharmacy school renames refurbished center after donor. 525
`Super Chick' speaks out; Whalom Park days recalled. 799
10 graduate in YouthBuild ceremony. 222
2 charged with theft that led to chase. 554
ARHS nets shot at repeat; Nicholas hot for T'hawks. 574
Beastie Boys tops summer concerts. 110
Bertha S. (Seman) Smith, 86. 172
Board wary of document. 275
Boris no-hits Westfield. 673
Boston won't stock up Bonds. 735
Business briefs. 413
Casella planning recycling project; Chief worries about traffic. 443
Central Mass. police hoping for permanent funds. 507
Chillin' out at MWCC wins notice; Nat'l Wildlife honors campus energy use. 761
City showcases itself at center. 393
Claire Ciesielski, 55. 136
Composer has a ribbeting new piece. 806
Curt is cuffed around in loss. 864
Dancing up a salsa storm; Dance competition raises funds for Centro Las Americas. 1128
Downtown asset; Pharmacy school key component of revitalization. Editorial 250
Dudley court officer may be charged with larceny; Thefts of inmates' prescriptions investigated. 431
Edward W. Kennedy. 369
Ellsworth releases provocative CD. 840
Erasure goes retro to write its songs; Electronica can't write the lyrics. 985
Felix J. "Phil" Prachniak, 90. 252
Fixing immigration; Marlboro measure underscores need for reform. Editorial 360
Florence L. (Cusson) MacMaster, 93. 165
Funerals Today. 519
Garfield Webster, 50. 124
Gay vows wrangling is fierce; Vote is due today on statewide ballot. 1368
Harvey E. Dennette, Jr. 262
Highway chief fails to get enough support. 361
Homeownership effort lauded; UMass working to get employees into houses of their own. 662
Hospital appoints CEO; Harrington picks Moore. 660
Jigs and reels, a bit of swing form contra; Lancaster hosts its first. 770
Kenneth C. Williams, Jr., 64. 138
Leominster Access TV brings home the bronze for `I'm Still Me' special. 206
Leslie D. Cummings, 77. 192
Levon Saccoyan (Chagaian). 165
Longmeadow's depth wears down game Algonquin. 485
Louis C. Wdowiak 1924 - 2007. 234
Louise M. Klocek. 273
Lukes, 2 rivals agree to disagree; First mayoral candidates forum. 479
Marguerite M. Moran. 189
Marianapolis has a champion with Las Vegas clout. 842
Marie Saccoyan (Chagaian). 179
Mildred E. (Heath) McKechnie, 100. 228
Mouth-watering films. 895
Near-miss again for Bartlett; CMass champs lose 2nd straight semi. 807
Nicholas, Algonquin set stage for repeat; Pitcher's bat does damage in victory. 865
No layoffs likely as School Department absorbs cuts. 597
Officer testifies on child sex sting; $200 deal alleged for a 4-year-old. 568
Ortiz a willing Star war loser; Slugger will yield to Youkilis. 911
Over the fence day-saver; Gardner takes the championship. 708
Panelists sought for DPW screening. Discussion 301
Parents given tools for language gap; School ensures families are in the loop. 418
Police seek city woman in stabbing. 679
Psychic strain too low, so no tent-style help. 1012
Rainy day delights; Rain gardens capture runoff from storm water, help recharge groundwater. 1591
Raises go under council's knife; Travel expenses, dues are slashed. 445
Recent Deaths. 1071
Refurbished clock symbol of city's future; Helping hands collaborate for bank timepiece's redo. 657
Rita (Courteau) Plant. 193
School board begins dealing with shortfall; Chairman sees harm to students. 439
School board votes to double driver's ed fee. 306
Selectmen past deadline on naming fiscal board. 416
Selectmen reveal pending cases; Legal issues have cost the town time and money for years. 749
Singing pirates; Gilbert & Sullivan's operetta at MWCC. 472
Sit back, relax, but only for a moment! 609
Smoking room; Owl Shop creates a club of its own. 850
Speed kills, but not drivers. 926
Staff Sgt. Mark P. Barrette, USMC, 32. 406
State grant could cut farm's cost to town. 671
State looks to curb wily coyote; Residents, officials comment on plan to increase hunting. 708
Super smorgasbord; Taste of Shrewsbury Street set for June 19. 851
Three town manager candidates in final stretch; Selectmen finish interviews; pick to be announced soon. 872
Tornadoes lose in 9th. 651
Town will get another shot at owning old inn; Friends rework purchase deal. 837
Union head challenging Stevens for mayor; Officer Hogan sees lack of leadership. 572
Voters tap into town's savings; Officials' advice soundly rejected. 676
Wahconah dashes Eagles' hopes for curtain call; Pedrotti holds Tech's potent offense to just two singles. 623
Wildcats' clash with the Warriors a lofty win; Making history among north county girls softball teams. 1360
William J. Brown Jr. 258
William T. Ohman III. 203
Wilson's One University plan makes sense for state system. 709
Winchester rebels, ends NDA's run. 680
Witness at Iwo Jima; Webster vet says flag a `good sign'. 648
Worcester celebrates Joyce's masterpiece. 259

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