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

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Title Author Type Words
Bello sees a different result. 439
Blewett wins Stafford feature after Preece sent to back of pack. 526
Buehrle shuts down Red Sox. 1163
Business briefs. 414
Candidate wants off Libertarian ballot. 530
Chemist allowed to go home, sans his lab; No extreme hazards found in basement workshop that alarmed authorities. 382
Colleges await word on when projects can start. 330
Dudley court building staff saves the day; Fast action prevents damage, allows reopening yesterday. 482
Fine for asbestos removal; State charges Peltier $50,000. 430
Funerals Today. Obituary 663
Hot dog cart relishes new spot; Trial and error leads owner to Canal Street locale. 661
John R. Blake, 83. 219
Lefty battle goes to Chisox; Buehrle ends Lester's streak. 770
Mabel A. (Young) Guy. 208
Man held in cruiser crash. 167
Marguerite "Meg" E. (Frongillo) Gould, 88. 228
Missed opportunities; Treasurer unwisely shoots down education financing. Editorial 438
Murray J. Hershman. 434
Quaboag fish kill tests begin; DEP investigating `non-natural' deaths in lake. 525
Quarterly tax bills to allow for savings; Town changing cycle to free up cash. 238
Recent Deaths. 777
Redfeather has a `Night' to remember. Theater review 671
Rivera's comeback success is Taylor made. 765
Robert Edward Lavin, Artist and Educator. 334
Ron bracing for senior season. 852
Summer sky's wet blanket; Downpours create that sinking feeling. 608
There is some meaning to game; Exhibition loss had good, bad. 796
Thomas H. Sullivan, father of priest. 672
Weagle pitches 9 in Tornado loss; Tough third hampers Worcester. 501
Week 1 called success Pay-to-throw trash program. 335
William J. Coulter, Jr. 417
With a stroke of silver; Gailes shined in quadruple sculls at '96 Games. 881
Woman charged in arson of home; Second suspect in 3-decker blaze. 415
Youkilis shakes off HBP; Drew provides fine short-term fix in leadoff spot. 784
Young writers hone their skills; Children explore their creativity, self-expression. 606

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