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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (November 8, 2007)

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`Fools' rushes in; Gardner students stage Simon play. Theater review 539
`Stars' come out at Worcester's DCU Center. 117
`Street Corners' is re-released; Reporter's book offers details of town history in 20th century. 542
3 workers die of injuries from power plant steam. 270
A celebration for a good cause; Women in Wine gala benefits Abby's House. 696
Algonquin's Abro clutch once again; Junior nets another winning goal. 591
Aragao's boot helps Panthers win thriller; Penalty kick sends Tomahawks home. 581
At-large councilors who lost remain philosophical in defeat; `What are you going to do?'. 893
Bay State Commons shops opening; Restaurant opens to public Monday. 590
Better late than never; The decline and fall of Northeast's foliage. 1138
Bradford limits his criticism. 856
Bromfield turns tables; Trojans reverse Bartlett's success last season. 502
Business briefs. 406
Canadian proves his curling prowess - and energy - at 79. 818
City worker scam probed; Woman bound during theft. 592
Containers help add some color to winter. 571
CORRECTIONS. 155
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2035
Dark deliverance; As I Lay Dying has message of hope in the metal. 846
David B. Gordon, 69. 250
Decoding the vote; Mixed election messages provide food for debate. Editorial 610
Doc learned from dad; Father also a role model for coach's friends. 862
Documentary eyes unhappy campers. Movie review 530
DPW chief reprimanded after fine; Apology issued in hiring of son. 312
Eagle Scout project letting the dogs run at Winchendon pound. 467
Family honors soldier; Daughter given father's name. 1197
Father jailed in slaying of baby; Neighbor tried to revive dying child. 1069
Firefighter bravery honored. 763
Fires taxing Red Cross as winter approaches. 294
FITCHBURG ELECTION RESULTS. 118
Fowl found in dire health; MSPCA probes Mendon farm. 634
Fowler propels Tigers; Header goal provides difference for Maynard. 619
Funerals Today. 595
Future college stars to shine at Monty Tech; Notre Dame, area hoop officials host season-opening tournament. 643
Godere's late goal boosts Panthers. 577
Greiss muffles Tigers; Sharks hustle for ugly goals. 692
Holiday candle-lighting to benefit social agency. 281
House rejects death penalty bill; Evangelidis among proponents. 498
Joseph F. Dickson, 70. 262
Joslin gets on score sheet; Rookie defenseman picks up first points of season. 661
Judge upholds decision that family leave trailer. 589
Kaspar showcasing his skills. 1490
Kenneth E. Stewart, III. 311
Kiwi string quartet adds dramatic energy; New Zealand ensemble performs Friday. 977
Lenders slam mortgage regulations; Critics say state plan will hurt consumers. 959
Lorraine E. (Benoit) Audette, 89. 228
Lukes party puts on the Ritz crackers. 710
Lukes' victory capped a quest that began three decades ago. 680
Man with withdrawal-slip note robs bank. 252
Man, 61, guilty of sexual assaults; 2 Shrewsbury girls `Uncle Al's' victims. 506
Mandated minimum sentences are hindrance to rehabilitation. 758
Mayor sees woes ahead; St. Hilaire says Hawke has much to learn. 823
Motion takes a look backward. 1008
Nancy J. Sturdevant, 48. 260
New funeral rules would assist poor. 447
No jail time in fatal crash; Accident killed friend. 993
ON STAGE; Disney dreams. 148
ON THE TUBE; Local contestants. 197
Options aired in track, field project; Selectmen from Warren, West Brookfield meet with school officials. 538
Owner of proposed nightclub says it will be `classy operation'. 550
Palladium announces heavy winter lineup. 181
Paul L. Raffa, 61. 312
Paul Vincent O'Leary, M.D. 481
Phone sex bills result in jail term. 228
Pioneers continue quest for D1 title; Mitchell, Long score in shutout victory. 547
PRESS BOX. 394
Prouty to leave post in May; Selectman cites personal issues. 465
Quabbin looks to the sun and wind for power. 534
Quick start, strong finish; Celtics hit shots at near-record clip. 900
Recent Deaths. 859
REGIONAL DIGEST. 337
REGIONAL DIGEST. 151
Repairs sought for High School Media Center. 393
Retail proposed for Route 15 business development. 803
Robert D. Dunlap, 61. 305
Ruth M. (Sheehan) Falvey. 99
Sabres hand B's 3rd straight loss. 598
Saturday will be local cross country's day in the sun. 1565
School warning remains; Improvements do not restore accreditation. 449
Seinfeld's buzz. 880
Selectmen discuss strategies for choosing next police chief. 666
Sex offender arrested on 4 warrants. 247
Soldier is not forgotten; Cpl. Zacek was Webster's final casualty of WW1. 783
Soprano finds voice as teacher; Internationally renowned singer joining Christian Performing Art Center faculty. 660
Spike in special ed cases taxes schools; Additional students stress system. 650
State officials to visit Lincoln Street School. 663
TATM to open season with Holly tribute. 460
Teen's bike ride `inspirational'; Award given for fundraising effort. 790
Thomas F. Walsh, 71. 93
Time gets increasingly confused; Pushing back clocks gets pushed back. 747
Town backs police in suit over rifle range. 643
Urban "Bud" F. Perry. 271
Voke tour omits some students; Wells Middle School seen as college-bound. 821
Vote is tonight on arming WSC campus police; Students split on issue in referendum. 397
Vote margin not lone factor; Rushton weighs mayor recount. 946
Voter turnout `not stellar' but `in right direction'. 474
Voters to consider bylaw codification; Annual town meeting is set for Nov. 20. 374
William H. Needham, 84. 277
Wong celebrates win by celebrating others. 634
WORCESTER ELECTION RESULTS. 103

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