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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 1, 2008)

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`High' expectations as Via Alto 27 opens. 715
Acting fire chief wins support to be appointed permanently. 401
AD's Desk. 177
Agnes A. Gallant, 94. Obituary 148
Albert Lefebvre, 72. 224
Auto insurance reform was decades in the making. Editorial 253
Balancing act; Beefed-up regulation won't fix current financial woes. Editorial 376
Barbara (Martel) Walker. 264
Barbara Walters show has local feel; Features Clinton resident Lanza. 271
Barre Players explore plays of Durang. 760
Barre talks to begin tonight. 125
Bay State drivers to benefit from auto insurance change. 512
Bike helmet giveaway is Saturday, April 5. 370
Black students to celebrate; Holy Cross group, age 40, has distinguished members. 1216
Business briefs. 384
Bye-bye barber; More men moving toward stylists and grooming products. 1133
CLINTON ARREST LOG. 220
Clinton caucus is a `no show'. 714
Clinton drug defendant defaulted on appearance. 274
Clinton Middle School girls clicked as a team. 827
Clinton Police Log. 677
Coleman is acting fire chief. 366
Commerce Bank sues TD Banknorth; Names confuse customers. 555
Committee starts clock on administrator selection. 505
Concluding chapter; Gusha out for another winning campaign. 747
Confirmation expected for Wong's choice of chief. 453
Congregation left in the cold; Handicapped-accessible issues close church. 833
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2770
Crash cuts current. 91
CVS plan includes a health clinic. 516
Daniel D. Costello. 268
Dolores (Rodriguez) McCluskey, 69. 227
Edward L. Ahlstrom, 82. 160
Ellis filling big shoes. 1586
Expert presents `Treasures in Attic'. 401
Faith in art; Painter's work true to Vermeer, Jesuits, Islam. 1347
Families donate funds to build field house; Krashes to have concession area, bathrooms. 454
Financial education falls to parents. 932
Finding cause to fix blame. 434
Firefighters obey the rules as they lobby for station; No town money spent advocating `yes' vote. 703
Forum indicates `grim picture' likely to capture election focus. 516
Francis R. O'Coin. 199
Funerals Today. 382
Germain angers builders; Nonunion group demands apology for remarks. 903
Germaine Dono. 235
Habitat director appointed. 145
Helen Audrey (Beers) O'Connor, 71. 553
High fees for college decried. 661
Infiniti breaking ground in Westboro. 270
Jeannette M. Ajamo, 74. 293
Joan Patricia (Kenary) Murphy. 427
John S. Kilinski, Sr. 287
Judith K. (Gaudette) DuPont, 64. 245
Julie A. Brennan, 86. 197
Late-hour shoplifter arrested; Suspect nabbed with stolen card. 246
League puts `fantasy' in old ball game. 768
Libra A. Manna. 271
Looking for `happy days' again. 747
Loscocco rejects a re-election bid; State rep. cites family considerations. 348
Margaret I. (Fowler) Marrier, 86. 222
Marguerite J. (Cournoyer) Windham. 158
Marie F. McNamara. 346
Mary Angeline (Johnson) Moore. 312
Mary L. (DeCaire) Arnieri, 99. 198
McKnight a musical rebel with more than one cause. 675
Meeting offers businesses assistance; Aid unlikely for uninsured market. 863
Minister's injunction sought against board; Rev. Hargrove wants election held. 441
Multi-family homes face foreclosure risk; Worcester percentage above state's. 353
Nancy E. Johnson, 75. 340
NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR. 840
New auto insurance options roll out today; Drivers may have to shop around. 1270
New tactics could increase stability. 1035
Only race on ballot is for position as library trustee. 380
Other plans sketched out for sewer service. 573
Parking ordinances may be eased; Requirements hamper redevelopment efforts. 698
Philomena (Ricciardi) Borgatti, 96. 384
Police decline negotiations in catching graffiti suspects. 355
Poll shows support for new town. 287
Poor Britney a has been? Well, maybe. 733
PRESS BOX. 90
Quaboag settlers' kinfolk to help celebrate 350th. 470
Quilting guild donates $3,000 to Clinton Hospital. 194
Ready, aim, fire; Lancaster officials want to hear rifle range for themselves. 362
Recent Deaths. 1535
REGIONAL DIGEST. 173
REGIONAL DIGEST. 187
REGIONAL DIGEST. 903
Resident questions stops by police. 286
Restoration project continues at Hillside. 484
Rev. John J. McKenna. 395
Salisbury Singers transcend language. 505
Selectmen: Failed override would affect all; Four levels of cuts, starting with schools. 604
Sivert to run Boston in memory of his daughter. 925
Swimming across lake fills her `spare' time. 751
Two city firefighters honored; Bravery cited as Binette, Chestna are recognized. 866
UMassOnline will reach China. 230
Utility strike averted; Tentative OK on agreement. 399
Virgilio F. "Virgil" Pichierri, 70. 266
Voters head to the polls to decide fate of library. 299
Wachusett towns seek budget savings; School spending could lead to cuts. 303
Walking on Water St. 174
Weekend robberies being investigated; 1 injury reported in unrelated incidents. 430
Youths to state: Give us work; Teen jobs, gang prevention matter. 713

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