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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (May 27, 2007)

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'Cats stop Crusaders. 887
`Sims' breathe life into nursing; Assabet Valley opens `ward'. 894
A satisfying effort from Pioneers' boat; Shrewsbury, St. Mark's turn in fine times. 770
A trip down memory lane (at $1 a gallon). 104
Andrew Ustinovich, Jr. 201
Area Memorial Day observances planned. 749
Barbara M. Brown Vaill. 300
Bill Gaither says he's in it for the long haul. 917
Bring back the kinder, good old days. 598
Bromfield runs past field to take title. 2064
Charlton Elementary kids get hooked on fishing. 288
Chief justice's wife juggles law, 2 children; Jane Roberts visits for Holy Cross commencement. 1423
Color goes beyond the pages in the newspaper biz. 567
Council is hoping $5.65M tax hike may be moot point. 949
Deals are there for used bikes. 669
Dice-K gives it up - literally - for team. 714
Douglas softball's strong season showing. 557
Doyle finds Div. 1 a snap. 1131
Dunlevy helps grow the game. 718
Edward Clarence Cofsky, 85. Obituary 117
Experiencing the Prom; Annual rite is a challenge for girls and guys. 754
Firefighters' race expands. 730
Fitchburg State College commended for progress. 256
Florence "Polly" (Pruneau) Pendell, 94. 272
Freda Weintraub. 310
Friends keep on searching in Spencer. 663
FSC student nurses are honored; Annual pinning ceremony held. 296
Get ready for FunFest; Four-day fundraiser for St. Joseph School. 455
Grubs in nonfeeding stage of life. 535
Harriet M. Davern, 79. 197
Historic district house fire; Late morning blaze damages 200-year-old home. 444
Homer spoils in 9th. 765
Honored dead; Civil War memorial rededicated. 909
It's no longer a prime time for new courses. 1908
Jean H. (Stockwell) Heebner. 310
Jean J. (Barszcz) Davis. 187
John M. Sarkisian, 73. 417
John T. Bowers, 61. 314
Jose wants more $$$ for fight. 874
Joseph J. Latino, 92. 336
Library fundraiser nets $15,000. 201
Life can be sweeter the 2nd time around; Canine rescue groups breed loyalty, love. 1252
Lillian E. (Eck) Lindstrom, 101. 196
Little Ayer comes up big to take crown. 1973
Lugo may make it for more than a short stop. 1698
Margaret M. Leary. 320
Marjorie (Johnson) Childs Smith. 147
Meet Leslie Kirwan, state's finance guru. 1147
Memorial Day in Lancaster. 1048
Naps, Halley baffle Rams. 490
Nipmuc Regional High scholars. 670
No charges in killing; Volungis family grieves son. 2091
Nothing little about Burkett's ride. 842
Now's the time for the Arctic Monkeys. 500
Patricia A. Daley, 56. 286
Patricia F. Sylvain, 77. 190
Programs chosen to share in grant; United Way selects 8 local recipients. 434
Ralph W. "Bud" Gurney, Jr. 533
Recalling RFK; Jack Holmes finds a character and a calling. 1215
Recent Deaths. 1364
Relish that flea market? Fundraiser to benefit St. Vincent de Paul. 370
Riding to fund diabetes study; A father cycles to aid research. 566
Roland F. Cloutier, 63. 359
Ronald D. Hall, 51. 189
Ruth Julia Convery, 90. Obituary 167
Sixth-ranked Guardians finish strong, upend Naps. 517
Sox again rock Rangers; Boston rides Manny's hot bat, 5-run sixth inning. 742
Special night for students; Narragansett celebration. 436
Stanley T. Walsh, 86. 207
Stanton Meech Sherman. 259
Surge roll past ... Stampede? N.E. wins fifth straight as Steubenville sends `practice squad'. 801
Telegram & Gazette Bloomberg 32. 532
The Backup files; A look back at the week in business. 685
The Boys of Summer; Jesse Burkett All-Stars. 1938
The finest of playground fun; Public raises funds for nifty equipment. 525
The Lazy Dog's ambitions sometimes met. 792
The long campaign to preserve Old Ironsides. 980
This Mac's one in a million; Tornadoes' hard-to-fan infielder a throwback. 511
Thomas J. Roach, III. 318
Three will go for Gold; Twellman, Ralston, Parkhurst on U.S. team. 683
Town marks Memorial Day; Ceremonies on tap in Sturbridge. 568
Twins receive honor; Narragansett students are `heroines'. 452
Veterans saluted for service. 250
Volunteers clean up lake. 193
Watercraft crash at lake; Two injured at Indian Lake scene. 533
Whitinsville Christian. 426
Wise investment; State system would boost most local pension funds. 361
Wizards keep spell over the Revolution. 693
Woman faces shoplifting charges. 374
Wood downs top team. 888

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