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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (February 7, 2008)

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`Chief' concerns are aired; Last 2 candidates answer questions. 549
`Senseless tragedy'; Speed, alcohol not factors. 921
14-year-old takes car of teacher on joy ride; 2 parked cars damaged in South High lot. 260
3 are arrested in vacant city building. 263
A world of experiences; Students recreate world's fair. 499
A`Memoir of Survival'; Book chronicles Marshall's time as prisoner of war. 1315
Abandoned domestic geese resisting rescue attempts. 557
Agnes M. Gulbicki-Herr. 147
Albert Jacques. 114
Aldona R. Karsok. 283
Area seniors are coping with cold temperatures. 1264
Art fest sure to be a treat; `It's our Valentine's Day gift' to Lunenburg community. 428
Ash Wednesday ushers in Lent. 683
Astrid L. Crockett, 92. 236
Astrid L. Crockett. 208
Band reunion is better Late than never. 841
Beacon Hill Roll Call; A sampling of how your elected officials voted during the week. 1541
Board, by 3-2, backs strip clubs; Sites proposed for `outskirts of downtown'. 829
Bojanowski leads the Bison. 126
Boyd leads Pats in fourth. 883
Boylston Police Log. 483
Broken hydrant causes flood; DPW worker is nearly swallowed in sinkhole. 501
Bruno C. "Sharkey" Sharkus, 91. 202
Business briefs. 419
Candidates for school chief respond to budget issues. 570
Chairman resigns from school board, ending long tenure. 429
Character building? 799
Children's choir aids Abby's House. 302
Christopher Rutigliano announces candidacy for selectman. 320
Classroom moves called `precautionary'. 473
Clinton won on friendly turf; Romney's home-state victory hollow. 705
Colleen A. (Broghammer) Peloquin. 172
College application process 101. 1331
Commuter rail boost; Money for Fitchburg-Boston line in '09 U.S. budget. Editorial 287
Cowen joins 2,000-point club. 404
Cowen joins 2,000-point club. 402
Cribbage players are in search of perfect hand. 814
Dakers gets chance to mature. 1331
Derek Kerswill puts together a heartfelt tribute to Jeff Buckley. 1231
Don't take on too much when expanding garden. 605
Dr. Robert Linton Hellens, 82. 308
Elizabeth "Betty" (Siembab) Pepka, 87. 197
Expo proves valuable resource for region's mothers, children. 482
Family wants driver to step up; Elm Street hit-and-run Saturday leaves devastation in its wake. 678
Fontaine, Maki propel WPI. 142
FSC, transit service pair up; Students, staff can ride bus for free. 303
Funerals Today. 478
Goldsby leads Blue Devils. 858
Good choices at good prices at Ted's Montana Grille. 667
Hair-raising success; Locks of Love fundraiser collects 686 inches. 749
Hazel P. (Cooper) Pearson, 94. 270
Hearts for Heat warm the needy; Goal will be reached in Princeton. 647
Home heating balancing act; Wood stoves, sweaters, weatherizing help. 1537
Ike drives spike into South; Osafo leads North to `huge' OT win over Colonels. 503
James N. Peckham, 39. 130
James W. Hardwick, Jr., 65. 211
Janet T. (Plude) Lavallee, 73. 140
Jeannette (Lange) Vincent, 97. 248
John J. Burns. 276
Jonathan L. Pride, 55. 215
Joseph "Philip" Cloutier, 79. 208
Judge rules against dead baby's mother; Motion to dismiss charge rejected. 475
Judges speak up for pay increase; Advisory board holds hearing. 528
Julia A. Blanchard. 172
Julia Scaglione, 86. 152
Kenneth J. McElreath. 193
KG says strain is really a pain. 863
Local inventor clearing the air on pill that helps you breathe. 996
Malba B. (Chase) Ryder. 308
Margaret A. Lynch. 182
Margaret P. (Pike) DiFilippo, 91. 222
Marion E. (Beedle) Ayers, 93. 226
Mary A. (Maiorano) Lundy, 90. 275
Master of Royal wedding music. 189
Maurice DePalo seeks re-election. 605
McGovern endorsement likely made the difference for Clinton. 749
Mentors aiding troubled teenagers; Program seeks volunteers. 595
Michael J. Steuterman. 197
Milly Trabulsy. 221
Motorcycle diaries. 191
Natalie J. Longone. 305
Natalie J. Longone. 456
Neighbor to neighbor. 835
Neighbor to neighbor. 846
Neighbors: A port in a storm. 125
New street lists put town on map; Info is crucial in emergencies. 384
No promises for water testing; Contamination from landfill called unlikely. 554
Northboro police log. 180
Officer returning to work March 1; Found not guilty of drunk driving. 605
Officials settle in at improved site; Fast move balanced by dry rooms. 523
Opening act; Broadway's sweetheart set for Hanover debut. 908
Palazzi leaving Woolies; Millbury 69-43 in 10-year reign. 572
Parish meeting to discuss renovation work. 567
Permit hearing postponed; Chestnut Street home controversy. 465
Pitches of snake-oil salesmen have timeless appeal to gullible. 775
Program links up generations; Youths, adults draw inspiration from each other for artistic endeavors. 738
Project again dodges foreclosure; Boston Hill Realty Trust files for bankruptcy. 538
Quorum calls had virtue; Obligations of citizenship worth a story or two. 680
Ralph W. Hager. 331
Ray L. Peare, 73. 206
Recent Deaths. 1210
Remembering the Blizzard of 1978. 2010
Resor will not seek re-election to Senate; Environmental efforts lauded. 908
Retiree seeks job as interim manager; Healey held similar post in Middleboro. 563
Rich Garven's Patriots Final Report Card. 1355
Rita M. Sweeney. 148
Rita Sullivan. 174
Robert Sibley Stowe Sr. 309
Robert V. Samara. 266
Rondo draws the last blood; Celtics guard stars in win. 665
Roommate acquitted in beating death, fire. 762
S. Eleanor "Sally" Houle, 93. 394
Samuel Soter. 181
Sandy Says. 715
School board approves $17.5M spending plan. 379
Season winds down. 719
Sen. Resor will not seek re-election. 153
Sharks' biggest road victory buries Devils. 671
Shrewsbury police log. 1522
Shrewsbury team is in the swim of things. 356
Sister Ruth Sandra J. Ramey, SSCh. 123
Snow removal budgets mound up. 463
Something sweet to remember. 765
St. John's trips over Fitchburg; Pioneers can't hit the tying 3-pointer. 482
Stab victim left a trail of violence behind him. 695
Stanley L. Hopper, 83. 408
Staubitz moving up front; Defenseman's physical play paying off at forward. 724
Stone-cold HC stumbles. 772
Student safety, fees are top concerns; School board opens budget hearing to residents. 567
Students learn town history repeats itself. 597
Sunday River getting facelift. 836
Technology bond has town OK; Other 4 in district must also approve. 371
The long march; No decisive choices on campaign trail. Editorial 327
Theresa Andersen. 202
Vacant Senate seat stirs interest; Process to replace Antonioni like political chess. 1044
Vitale's raspy, very thankful. 765
Voter turnout near or beyond 50 percent. 533
Warding off mid-winter blues at First Parish. 470
Wesley L. Williams. 147
West Boylston Police Log. 646
Westboro police log. 457
WHS streaks at all levels. 934
William F. Murphy. 141
Woman fears her husband will kill her. 1064
WPI, Kirkland quiet Cougars. 497

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