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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 9, 2008)

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`Army Reserve' burglar sentenced; Child pornography charges pending. 326
`Little' homer provides big lift; Takes advantage of Polanco error. 713
`You've won the Canadian lottery'; Police issue alert on latest scam. 328
2 charged in break-in at casket factory. 281
3 towns demand $1.3M reduction in budget; Holden, Sterling less firm on school. 611
43 doesn't bother Hamel. 1001
9 to 10 school layoffs looming; Other jobs may go vacant. 545
A throw back; New England champ Laura Stern: `They say I pretty much do it on brute strength'. 1002
Acting chief says smoldering cigarette caused 4-alarm fire. 340
Agreement reached on EMC deal; Company will buy Iomega for $213M. 401
All guts, no glory; Standing in front of a lacrosse ball traveling 95 mph `takes a crazy mentality and big heart'. 994
Anita R. (Trudell) "Floating Leaf" Hadley. 135
Annie Lahey Wachusett Regional Softball. 674
Athletes have spring in their steps. 401
Beaudry has SPM rolling. 429
Bertha M. (Rajotte) Dumas, 84. 454
Blue Jay restaurant set to fly once again; Building burned in '05; will be 20% smaller. 415
Boys & Girls Club exec defends firing; Staffers quit after director's dismissal. 729
Bruins looking to snap skid against Habs. 850
Business briefs. 398
Busy carnival company folds up its tents. 669
C's reserves rally, stop Bucks in OT. 636
Carolyn M. Bruno. 131
Colonials roll past No. 1 SPM. 723
Council hears updates on two developments; Wyman-Gordon, CitySquare. 571
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1865
Dice-K translating into wins. 929
Dorothy P. (Tebo) Mallett, 87. 224
Double trouble; Team has big serve and volley, steady counterpunch, dependable return. 542
Dr. Mitchell M. Bagdigian, 86. 263
Eagles squeeze by Highlanders. 718
Elizabeth M. (Gunville) Butler, 81. 316
End of an era; High-performing seniors hope to cap their high school careers in spectacular fashion. 1257
Fenway flavors to the rescue; Boynton chef cooks up economical Chicken and Sausage Romano. 860
Firefighter pension bill moves along to next step; Council votes, 10-1, with Stomski looking on. 411
First of all, Youkilis delivers. 774
Frank runs write-in campaign for board; Northboro School Committee seat. 288
Funerals Today. 478
Gov. Patrick, it's premature to pen that memoir just now. 776
Governor sees hope for state; Speech to focus on the economy. 738
Grand opening. 1084
Helen S. Szado. 292
Hitting from both sides of the plate. 1196
Home cooking; Sox stop skid vs. winless Tigers. 767
Homemade fashion for a cause. 187
HONOR ROLL. 1595
HOT SHOTS. 143
House delays cigarette tax vote; Bill also closes 2 tax loopholes. 631
Hunter H. Lohman, 79. 544
In the spotlight. 258
Iraq quandary; No easy fixes for U.S. involvement. Editorial 258
It's the economy; Proactive spending restraints set stage for address. Editorial 331
James E. Nelson, Sr. 174
Janet M. (Wallace) Eichenlaub, 69. Obituary 136
Jean M. (Williamson) Threadgould, 46. 240
Jeppson keeps busy with crew. 1059
Joseph A. Morin, 25. 228
Joseph J. Trotto, 87. 326
Judge asked to drop 2007 murder charge; Man allegedly killed mother. 992
Julia T. (Maskie) Fowler, 82. 164
Library could be budget victim if voters don't approve override. 581
Lillian S. (Wilson) O'Handley, 91. 222
Loss puts town in mourning; Bailey dies on bus going to ballgame. 398
Louise L. (Boudreau) Martin, 81. 195
Marjorie C. "Midge" (Johnson) Goodale. 356
Nancy Ann Dyer. 310
New school chief ready for challenges ahead. 447
Par 3 contest on TV. 554
Perfect 10; Shrewsbury senior Jimmy Flynn takes aim at Central Mass. Decathlon title. 829
Police capture pair in vacant-home closet; Duo allegedly taking copper. 419
Police face 3-1/2-job loss in budget. 624
Price at pump could force us to be ourselves. 728
Princeton art exhibit set for tomorrow night. 280
Recent Deaths. 1551
REGIONAL DIGEST. 345
REGIONAL DIGEST. 174
REGIONAL DIGEST. 151
REGIONAL DIGEST. 340
Resident is unable to get a guaranty on landfill safety. 602
Rosemarie (Magro) Buduo, 75. 252
Ruth E. (Cox) Maynard. 282
Salsa spices up meatballs. Recipe 153
Sandra (Mellor) Lindsay, 69. 222
School Committee OKs 3-year contract. 189
Selectmen say voters should decide on road repairs. 316
Selectmen, schools compromise; Budget cuts help close funding gap. 548
Sharing glory; Red Sox fans aglow, roaring for Buckner. 1299
Sills' RBI single in 9th lifts Crusaders past Huskies. 527
Site of River Rat carnival in doubt. 531
Steven R. Langevin; 1952-2008. 183
Tap, step, fiddle, phew! Group's energy dazzles. 545
The hot corner. 1146
The ultimate team sport; `You're only as strong as the weakest link on the team - everybody has to be doing the same thing at the same time in order to succeed'. 996
There's plenty on our to-do list. 973
Theresa D. (Naumnik) Rembiszewski, 91. 181
Town clerk leaves quietly; One last election wraps up 24 years in Town Hall. 1029
Two are vying for selectman; Drewry, Jane no strangers to politics. 754
UMass' Ford not interested in LSU job. 103
Wekepeke water back on table; Nestle sales proposal. 591
Where are they now? 875
Winning gives tire buyer financial traction. 703
Women of Distinction honored; Scouts cite 26 for their work. 358
Worcester watcher wrestles with wascally wabbit woes. 505
Words of wisdom; We asked T&G All-Stars: What's the best advice you could give to young athletes? 1742
Wringing optimism from wretchedness; 3-day local conference to explore Dostoevsky's unflinching, yet uplifting, exploration of humanity. 1589
Yvonne M. Alaownis, 94. 202

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