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

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`Cowboy' takes pigout on road; Lunenburg man putting BBQ on wheels. 489
14 spots added for handicapped; Parking adjusted at courthouse. 380
A tale of two pianos; Keyboards rule in debut with seven pianists, orchestra. 1139
Administrators switched to fill vacancies. 337
After victory at Assumption, organist conquers in Russia. 296
Almost party time; Red Sox inch closer to AL East title. 783
Arthur M. Kemp, 101. 157
Bengals inept on `D,' but adept at turnovers; New England has given up ball only 3 times. 973
Blackstone bikeway gets $4M. 476
Borges shows Boston's honky-tonk side on CD. 842
Breastfeeding med student is out of line. 719
Business briefs. 398
C's close to selling out of home games. 696
Cable channel denies editing claim; Former selectman says comments from recent meeting were altered. 471
Candidate failed to report income; Casello running for City Council. Financial report 514
Candidate wants tax rate set earlier; Bergman calls for action before election. 436
Chemical release prompts warning; Water users told to flush faucets. 442
City councilors oppose Millbury rock crusher; Unanimous vote against masonry plant. 433
Col. Bernard F. DuPaul, Jr., (Ret.). 286
Contenders sorting themselves out early. 1360
Cougars stay unbeaten; Perrin, McCann combine to defeat Panthers. 1155
Councilors give views on homeless; Second hearing held on issue. 592
Cream rises atop `Crop'; Apple harvest hits full bloom at Sholan Farms. 565
Crime held to account; Bank holdups, fraud schemes probed by watchdog group. 1209
Decision on Town Hall access put off. 369
Democratic debaters divided on pace of troop withdrawal. 672
Eagles are flying high; Bremer's hat trick puts St. Mary's in tourney. 1160
Ex-Byrd Chris Hillman loves the applause. 1046
Firm fined $7,500 for state violations. 238
Foothills makes `Change' to its 2007-08 show schedule. 110
Funds help Marion's Camp; Boost prompts talk of future use. 479
Funerals Today. 270
Gordon J. St. Amand. 241
Groups plan hikes in new open space; Newly acquired farm on itinerary. 829
Happy to be ranked 17th. 1036
Head Start preschoolers armed with info. Editorial 236
Helen A. Palmer, 100. 176
Higher education funding bill will bring welcome changes. 724
Highway Department wants ideas about rotary. 250
Hit-and-run has eerie twists; Victim, witness, responder are all related. 729
Hobbs gets in local TV ad; Corner acts with Rotman. 1131
Holistic Expo looks beyond mainstream. 1017
Hot Smith charges past Vana. 220
Ice cream block party is frosting on winning entry. 563
Inferno leaves lasting impression on WPI students; Blaze set in mock dorm room shows fire danger up close. 693
Jeeps from the Underground climb trails. 1294
John "Ham" Hamilton Givan, 74. 314
John Joseph Kelly. 119
Knollwood winners announced. Awards list 245
Knowledge of Islam lacking in the West; Professor urges better understanding. 397
Korean cuisine a labor of love; New restaurant in Northboro. 941
Lester erratic in his last start. 823
Lightning hits hard, fortuitously; Bad weather prevents church steeple collapse. 845
Local products guide AmCats to victory. 270
Lorraine L. Cosgrove Ware, 43. 252
Making the mob scene. 828
Marion G. McGoldrick. 268
Mayo threat suspect held; Call to school targeted teacher. 559
McKeogh carries 'Cats; Senior registers two goals against Littleton. 1161
Memo prompted Blanchard panel resignations. 697
Miley Cyrus concert may sell out quickly. 549
Morris `a surprise' in backfield. 819
Nader more than just `Unreasonable'. 680
Nathan Andrew Choi Young, 34. 300
New England autumns unsurpassed. 501
No new taxes; Worcester holds line on increase - for now. Editorial 328
Property tax has become a nonissue; O'Brien tells City Council increase is not necessary. 644
Recent Deaths. 827
Road projects in fast lane; Murray maps finance plan. 591
Robbery suspect is held on $25,000 cash bail. 524
Robin Ann (Sasse) Bruce, 47. 184
School candidates keep spending down; Eight file campaign finance reports. 456
School library options include rebuilding. 478
Seagrave lifts Spartans; Hoyt's shutout helps Bartlett trump Cougars. 1168
Septuagenarian runs off to serve in Peace Corps. 752
Shrewsbury man sentenced to state prison; Charges involved weapons possession, Internet threats. 563
Silent auction to benefit African schools. 414
Software firm faces pregnancy bias case; Worker dismissed after maternity leave. 724
Spikers out to raid playoffs; Fitchburg volleyball program on rise. 590
Stella Adenia Keenan. 317
Theresa B. (Sosnowski) Dowd, 77. 282
Tornadoes stock up with ex-Spirit talent. 475
Trash debate takes shape; Call for October hearing on pay-as-you-throw plan. 724
Two arrested after search; Police investigate two break-ins. 271
UConn shuffle strands Purple. 846
Voters OK purchases of 4 parcels; Special town meeting acts to buy 140 acres. 735
Warrant for special town meeting is approved; Town faces budget deficit in fiscal '08. 564
Woman accused of drunken driving; Van, bicyclist are hit in Northbridge. 231
Wong savors large turnout to go with win; Mayoral candidate goes right back on campaign trail. 850

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