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

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Title Author Type Words
A resurrected RecTec faces opposition. 315
Back(pack) to school; Local organizations step in to help children with supplies. 974
Barbara A. (LaMonda) Renaud Wyman, 76. 292
Boakye ready to play again; Falcons need to improve `D'. 684
BUSINESS PEOPLE. 411
Carmelite group vows to continue; After losing church recognition, ministry interested in Millbury site. 1086
Cheers and jeers; Backlash to rethinking drinking age. 1224
Defense, power key victory. 1273
Friendly boy is in need of home. 313
Funerals Today. Obituary 713
Gadgets rarely leave us alone. 902
Game can use special upgrade. 909
Hanover blasts to the past with Platters, Harry James. Concert review 889
James G. Elliott, Sr. 267
Louis "Butch" G. Buratti, Jr., 50. 325
Louise E. (Ellis) Johnson. 208
Lyme battle; Family frustrated by doctors' debate over what the tick-borne disease is - and isn't. 999
Mabel (Krepshan) Pulda, 93. 431
MEDICAL MEMOS. 131
New computer-skills standards take hold; Schools told to hit targets for grade levels. 895
Old Home Day, now over 60, only gets better; Homemade jam awarded race winners. 955
Old Home event grows; Shuttle added because of expected crowds. 601
On the job. 711
Party to aid victims of Katrina set for Friday; Couple's open house part of Katrinaversary. 604
Police arrest 5 magazine sellers. 217
Police probe riles officials; Brookfield chief, sergeant acted in New Braintree. 1218
PRESS BOX. 119
Prices not so high for antique cars; Estimates unmet for auto sales at auction house. 627
Rare Canadian outcome. 816
Recent Deaths. 631
REGIONAL DIGEST. 632
REGIONAL DIGEST. 162
School chief seeks $500,000; Building feasibility study is requested. 274
Schools could rue departure of Caradonio. 724
Sewage limits refused by DEP; State joins city opposing EPA. 916
Sign discussion leads to marketing opportunity. 814
Sister Viola Gautreau. 328
Sophie A. (Slosek) Schultz, 86 1922-2008. 246
Squeezing commuters; Pike pushes higher tolls, ignores costsavings. Editorial 441
State prisons chief elected president of national correctional association. 213
Superintendent search ongoing; 13 candidates in contention. 360
Taking one for the team; Ellsbury banged up a bit during daring catch. 739
Teachers ready to decide on pact; Vote occurs after school year starts. 848
The case of the reluctant DA. Editorial 208
Tornadoes end drought. 566
Town will maintain private roads by snow plowing one more season. 468
Tree inspections for beetle threat begin today; Thousands of infested trees may be cut. 509
Worcester teen held on Leicester pot charges. 204

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