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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 25, 2008)

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`Fortune's' favorite. 214
3-way selectman's race tops town election; Numerous uncontested seats on ballot. 508
American Idols Live tour coming to DCU Center. 90
Ann I. Rowe. 238
Arts, letters in new journal. 736
Authorities continue probing reported leaks; Probation officer allegedly gave info to criminals. 368
Ballot includes selectmen, town clerk contests. 398
Beacon Hill Roll Call. 968
Berlin Police Log. 416
Black voices from 1800s resonate. 682
Board reviewing rifle range rules; Permit hearing continued again to May 29. 704
Bright rookie debut wasted; Angels rake Sox relievers. 735
Bullpen blunders ruin debut. 1229
Business briefs. 454
Business expo spanning area. 704
Celtics say they can play better. 817
CEMA gets funds for equipment and signs. 535
Chief librarian says certification could be lost; Budget cuts `would result in significant layoffs'. 642
Chieftains are rolling through their inaugural season. 913
City council doesn't act on reorganization plan. 450
Claire P. Moran. 490
Closing the door on alley of fun. 748
Common path lacks the data; Participants decry missing information on segments. 728
Community Action director is retiring; Trepanier: Time for `new blood'. 700
Crisp returns, makes impact. 708
Daniel "dB" Beach, 46. 255
David Rymsza. 306
Deadbeat dad pleads guilty; Call to police led to man's ID. 247
DNA match in '96 slaying; Rape evidence linked to case. 706
Driver tells police clothes were stolen at gunpoint. 314
Earle S. Borowski, 87. 354
Edward Nelson Sr. 235
Eleanor "Pat" McKeen Brosius. 404
Ex-RMV worker pleads guilty; Probation, gambling addiction counseling ordered for theft. 513
Farm plan gets hearing Monday; Hunters express their concern. 918
Finalists for Tantasqua jobs to be interviewed. 158
Fishermen need the space. 978
Frank A. Brown. 229
Funerals Today. 577
Gaels' glass is half full. 641
Gaile M. O'Leary. 244
Gun range endures legal wrangling; License Commission puts decision on hold. 706
Harrington cancer center plan OK'd. 223
Hawks scratch 'Cats; Hudson takes battle of powers. 797
High school principal resigns; superintendent to take over. 940
High-ticket item; Replacing voting machines can challenge local budgets. 904
Hollywood heads to Worcester. 1055
Ingeborg Volke, 92. 264
Jail break Crowding still critical at Worcester facility. Editorial 308
Joan Golrick, Oct. 26, 1925 - April 23, 2008. 252
Joseph Rodio, Jr., 66. 239
Kimberly Hanson. 177
Lancaster Police Log. 472
Last word for youth slam. 127
Making higher education accessible is critical to nation. 1035
Man escapes serious injury in Lancaster rollover accident. 107
Man is indicted on 31 charges; Girlfriend allegedly raped, terrorized last month. 367
Marvel Comics puts Spider-Man, Captain America and Hulk through big changes. 1154
Mendoza running for Clinton selectman seat. 332
Mildred Burns. 130
Orthodox celebrate Easter. 308
Othella Beatrice Eveler. 276
Paul Morway, 70. 161
Petry, Trujillo deliver for Pioneers. 1110
Pizza recipe brings home the bacon; Student's creation a finalist in contest. 715
Poker flick a boring, bad `Deal'. 430
Press Box. 235
Prouty scores 2nd title; Nicol, Davis limit Quabbin. 535
Recent Deaths. 704
School working at better skills. 291
Sholan Farms digs into springtime chores; Volunteers' help needed for festival. 464
Skill players not often early picks. 1291
Spanagel running for Lancaster moderator. 311
Stanley P. Evans. 446
Stars still shining at drive-in; 42nd season to premiere in Leicester. 606
State may help H&R workers; Jobless benefits may be longer for 230 in Gardner. 463
Sterling Police Log. 152
Teen held at knife point; two face multiple charges. 415
The rest of the story might not be what you expected. 692
The victims; Mass child abuse in Texas, but by whom? Editorial 334
Town meeting voters to act on `fragile' budget. 598
Towns' voters will weigh in on regional school. 384
Two candidates for selectman cite top issues; Town budget, infrastructure. 754
Up-and-down Panthers aim for postseason. 1076
Velma B. Dietrich. 261
WHEAT honors its `most precious asset': Local volunteers. 451
Who's No. 2? Dolphins have already reached deal with Michigan offensive tackle Jake Long. 1015
Workshop helps train bystanders; Decision to act looks at factors. 610
WRTA budget cuts service, but creates new flex route. 309

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