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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (August 14, 2008)

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`Elmo's Green Thumb' set for DCU. 224
`Laundry Day' at the park. 189
`Pear' honored at festival. 575
11th heaven for Lester. 989
1890 ads track business; Booklet sheds light on life from a long-gone era. 1212
2 vehicles emerge from lake; Sedan with Conn. plates near SUV. 337
A danceable feast; Wildly rhythmic Gregorio Uribe Big Band adds Colombian flavor to Latin Fest. 961
Abby Kelley Foster gets new look, new digs; Playground, sports fields, new building under way. 856
Albert A. D'Amato, 85. 313
Albert A. D'Amato. 175
Algonquin announces its fourth quarter honor roll. Financial report 1768
Alice M. Bashaw. 182
Alice M.J. (Trepanier) Gonyea, 83. 212
Altomare plays poignant role in Lajoie. 1959
Another casualty: Lowell on DL. 178
Bar, grill to open at Main St. site. 579
Beacon Hill Roll Call. 1218
Board prepares for budget work; Selectmen meet with facilitator. 507
Board says town was `demeaned'; Hazardous waste fight is on. 852
Boylston Police Log. 555
Brady set to throw versus Buccaneers. 640
BRIEFS. 280
Britt makes big-time progress; Tackle helping hurting O-line. 788
BSO camp immerses teens in the arts. 264
Business briefs. 469
Byrd leaves bad memories behind; Fenway loss was hard to swallow. 604
Catalogs best bet for spring bulb buying. 604
Cecile G. (Ouimette) Emond, 93. 164
Celebrating generations of campers. 1046
Centennial Celebration will be big at Monoosnock. 687
Champ knows the course; Winchendon superintendent repeats club win. 732
Chief asks to move firing range; McCracken Road site in view. 268
City GOP would like to end `one-party state'. 446
City to seek new applications for DPW post; Playground upgrade in works. 492
Colabello keeps Tornadoes hot. 315
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1956
Denis L. McDonald. 245
Dirt bike memorial is Saturday. 600
Donald "Smitty" E. Smith, Sr. 378
Doris F. Bolivar. 176
Dorothy M. (Jamieson) Eklund, 76. 271
Dyson named sergeant as top scorer on exam. 320
Elderly man hit, killed on daily walk; 90-year-old struck by car. 164
Elizabeth Benoit. 139
Emilia Vazquez de Bravo. 196
Favre's stats simply don't add up to greatness. 1149
Four treated for exposure to vapors. 355
Funerals Today. 423
George A. Gove, 76. 365
Gerald H. Maurice. 270
Grand traffic experiment proves puzzling to set-in-their-way drivers. 889
Helen R. Melia. 165
Heywood opening center for care of wounds. 318
I can't believe school bells will soon ring. 442
Infestation spreading quickly; Longhorned beetles munch past Greendale. 659
Irene J. Collard. 270
Irene V. Lewkowicz. 159
James R. Usher, 51. 220
Lake Quinsig wetted her appetite. 853
Latin American Festival has fun, food for all ages. 435
Le Cafe dishes out international flavors. 909
Living monument suggested for West Boylston veterans. 604
Mark Alan Kieffer, 52. 113
Mary N. Mburu, 34. 190
Mr. Salisbury's dream for Lincoln Square and city Common. 1084
NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR. 749
NEIGHBOR TO NEIGHBOR. 821
New North High School downsized again; Educational spaces won't be reduced. 901
Northboro police log. 388
Obstacles prove obstinate in solving homelessness; Economy, bureaucracy require a juggling act. 930
Offer would save money, increase services. 459
Officials stroll through village; Quinsigamond comments. 515
ORANGE NOTEBOOK. 253
Park the perk; Flap over off-street handicap spaces is off-base. Editorial 320
Partnership completes two more homes. 478
Pasquale Gallicchio. 137
Pay for trash forum is Sept. 9. 980
Pets on parade; Hamsters and guinea pigs and toads ... oh my! 297
Philip W. Callahan, 65. 521
Philip W. Callahan. 367
Phillips: Site is subject to local zoning bylaws; Phillips: Town within legal rights. 826
Plans proceeding for police station; Committee meets with architect. 528
Priscilla C. Dellasanta. 227
Recent Deaths. 1122
REGIONAL DIGEST. 393
REGIONAL DIGEST. 438
REGIONAL DIGEST. 203
Richard C. Newton. 278
Richard J. Serwa, Sr. 266
Route-bound; Increase in MBTA ridership linked to high gas prices. 1297
Russell B. King, 89. 393
Ruth Kramer. Obituary 154
Sales tax revenue drop may affect schools. 616
Seafood served up at TJ's in Auburn. 1283
Selectmen are divided over role in trash hauling. 446
Shrewsbury police log. 1997
Sister Patricia Barry. 231
Stella (Christo) Hadjoglou, 96. 291
Stella L. (Such) Elkinson, 95. 306
Still a mad, mad, mad, mad world ... 688
Still masters of metal. 129
Stuart L. Tully Sr., 76. 280
Summer's end arrives next week; Holden Days fest is annual rite. 621
Swimming in gold; Phelps exemplifies Olympic spirit. Editorial 223
Tahanto announces fourth quarter honor roll. 615
Taking a chance on affordable housing. 365
This debate is back on with different twist; GOP steps in for Democrat. 527
This is the weekend the state cuts taxes; August holiday brings retailer smiles. 870
West Boylston Arrest Log. 121
West Boylston Police Log. 685
William N. Wright, 79. 281
Woodward welcomes Leicester students. 733
Wright back after a string of wrongs. 455
Youk, Lester find range; Sox win 3rd game in row. 825

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