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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 29, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
AD's Desk. 333
Additional charges filed in accident; Sea-Doos crash left girl, 9, seriously hurt. 380
Airport angst; Council should give OK to grants. Editorial 275
Arrival of chicks touches off spring symphony. 723
Becker is throwing open welcome mat for veterans; Support for active military. 489
Bertha H. Whitcomb Taylor, 90. 278
Bigelow developer feted; Old mill building home of condos. 365
Board gives Pandiscio near-perfect evaluation; School exec energizes, motivates his staff. 651
Business background cited as council qualifier. 475
Business briefs. 451
Carbon monoxide tragedies avoidable; Lunenburg case raises issue. Medical condition overview 1076
Cecile Y. LeBlanc, 92. 369
Circus train arriving tomorrow. 163
City eyes Marlboro ordinance; Sex offenders barred from 97 percent of city. 650
Clinton Police Log. 696
Club's donation of 3.31 acre parcel stalled by selectmen. 504
Cora Parsons. 274
Daniel Beach. 249
Doris Mary Malo. 219
Eighteen local runners finish Boston Marathon. 709
Elsie A. (Pratt) Crawford, 87. 256
Fantastic only word to describe spring fishing. 1012
Firing off some conditions? Decision on rifle range delayed. 1348
Five vie for two Clinton selectman's seats May 5; James LeBlanc. 702
Five vie for two Clinton selectman's seats May 5; Joseph Notaro Jr. 889
Five vie for two Clinton selectman's seats May 5; Kathleen Sheridan. 702
Five vie for two Clinton selectman's seats May 5; Robert Pasquale Jr. 554
Five vie for two Clinton selectman's seats May 5; Steven Mendoza. 774
Frank W. Sarlin, 88. 287
Freshman academy a novel approach; FHS creates new way to retain students. 505
Funerals Today. 359
Fuzzy math; Learning to live within your means. 1419
Gaels learn a lesson or two against St. Bernard's. 874
Gassed up over rebate prospects. 854
Grounded in Atlanta; It's 2-2 after C's falter in fourth. 946
Hanover has strong first quarter; Net income down, but better than predicted. Financial report 721
Hazel M. (Ohan) Samara. 260
Hiram E. Merriam, 82. 174
Home sales, prices down; Market shows signs of life. 958
House axes tax break. 711
Hudson woman arraigned in assault; Boyfriend's ex allegedly attacked. 531
Hunting still out at Rauscher; Public feedback goes to state now. 748
Interest in track is running strong at Tahanto. 962
Irene M. Wilhelmy. 321
Jean (Kennedy) Roach. 239
Jeanne Marie Porrazzo Tousignant, 53. 350
Joan Tamushunas. 175
John E. McIntyre, III. 109
John L. Zimka, 90. 235
Joseph Thompson. 217
Judge explains theft sentence; RMV case aims at restitution. 410
LaChapelle honor is overdue. 1026
Liquor license granted; Steakhouse chain unanimous choice. 751
Making a difference. 186
Man arrested for arson. 135
Man charged with leaving Molotov cocktail at house. 208
Margaret T. (Yaeger) Hebert, 88. 234
Mary Williams. 275
Megadeth, Ministry top off raucous Metalfest. 743
Michelle Arguin Wilkinson, 41. 289
Mother ordered evaluated; Judgment and mood eyed after kids in fire. 690
New game plan; Local men invent team sport. 953
No conflict for Comtois holding posts. 365
Novelist travels far, but savors home, too; Natalie Danford a West Boylston native. 601
Numbers add up to trouble for Sox. 864
Outdoor music is approved for Waterfront Mary's. 501
Owen P. Keenan Jr., 83. 330
Painting a bright future; Portion will benefit DeMeo scholarship fund. 486
Philip Philbin. 296
Pierce may appeal fine; Star levied $25,000 for `menacing gestures'. 805
Psych hospital bed reduction criticized; More patients likely in private settings. 1218
Rainy crash claims man's life; Motorcyclist collides with truck. 648
Rauscher dilemma to be aired; Selectmen call meeting on Wekepeke worry. 778
Recent Deaths. 1376
Review planned on farm. 244
Robert A. Schreiner. 276
Ron Perry Jr. tops at HC. 851
Same faces dominate town races. 208
Schools ask state for time, help; Three urban superintendents make a plea to Board of Ed. 526
Schools face funding reductions; School officials hope to reverse downward trend. 746
Selectmen vote to hike water rates. 601
Slim election bill in no-contest year; Annual town election is May 27. 551
Spring arrives with blossoms, sales. 645
Tartaglia adamantly opposes 2-1/2 override. 505
The wheel deal; Cycling hall of fame worth considering. Editorial 312
Town counsel asked to clarify Diamond issues. 538
Two to leave town, school jobs; Town's loss a gain for education. 398
Union donors prime pump; O'Day: `I'm not beholden'. 508
Vote is `no' to school choice, `yea' to student accomplishment. 606
Voters approve project for seniors. 546
Walter A. Rossik, 73. 260
Water plant capacity OK'd at town meeting; 1.3 million gallons a day proposal is approved. 896
Weighing your options when borrowing. 831
William F. Riedl, 78. 163

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