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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (January 20, 2008)

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'Saders fade behind old foe; Late 2nd-period goal sets tone. 489
`Got Food?' traces the history of hunger; Photographs illustrate Worcester County's efforts to cope. 918
`Terror tag isn't right'; Judge not persuaded of Justice Dept. term. 1520
2 in custody, third sought in stabbings. 347
A $1M challenge to Hanover donors. 868
AC does everything right. 518
Alfred J. Cotton, 95. 248
Alfred Miller, 80. 148
Armand Dubeau, 91. 132
Assault on justice; Judge properly takes hard line on witness intimidation. Editorial 335
Bergeron's season over; Salary space could be used to sign free agent. 750
Canyon Cafe gamely juggles genres. 940
Casting shadows in footlights; `Sin' focuses on Law during abuse scandal. 622
Chara blast gives B's clutch victory; Rivals battle for final playoff slot. 1028
Charles Pentland, 86. 386
Constance S. Mendes. 182
Daniel P. "Buzz" Dennehy, 69. 385
Defenses refuse to register loss. 450
Diethorn spurs Hounds; Men's team starts to develop potent chemistry. 537
Divers train for ice rescues; 19 certified at Whalom Lake. 878
Doris J. Taylor, 88. 194
Edwin to make debut Saturday. 567
Emelie Rogers, 83. 239
Engineers dominate intra-city matchup. 649
Erika H. (Kusrov) Phillips, 82. 234
Faithful; Tahanto players devoted Muslims. 965
Fantastic adventure's the plot; Local author has `Choke Hold' on fans. 751
Fire hits Scout campsite. 282
Francis J. Pepka, 85. 216
Frosh cements win for UMass. 463
Go ahead with the Oscars, even if they wing it. 827
Grafton's Spagnuolo focused on Packers. 911
Greiss call-up hurts chances. 733
Health Fair looks to instill good habits, illness prevention; `Healthy employees = good business'. 389
Hip-hop, Mozart and poetry at Assumption in February. 602
Honor through art; Kids show talents at MLK breakfast. 594
Housing program gets a boost; Greater Gardner CDC lands $14,000 grant. 264
Injury has B's Savard seeing stars. 2673
It's dog days for research; Decoding barks must be a `ruff' job. 869
Jeffrey A. Goldberg, 60. 461
Joseph R. Morin, 73. 241
Kearns not on list of finalists for Fitchburg chief. 404
Leo Dutram, 90. 231
Live! From Buckingham Palace! 1063
Lucille A. (Lewis) Anderson, Leetin, 85. 157
Major project ready to go? Don't bet on it. 979
Marvin B. Barefoot; February 23, 1920 - January 8, 2008. 221
Mary D. (Derderian) Tateosian, 74. 276
Mildred R. Mulvihill, 93. 182
Mrs. Lukes at ease in mayor's office. 911
Nancy L. Nelson Huntley, 60. 82
New blood reinvigorates the Worcester Kiltie Band. 900
Nicolina R. (Verdi) Zollo, 98. 319
One day can create years of gratitude; Laughter of friends defines life's moment. 609
Organic farmers chow down on good food and information. 718
Phyllis A. (Young) Wheeler, 91. 167
Pick of the crop. 418
Pioneers squeeze out state relay title. 616
Portland blazing a new trail. 1871
Providence stops smiling upon Sharks. 720
Recent Deaths. 1258
Red Sox may face glut in the outfield. 1299
REGIONAL DIGEST. 746
Richard J. Bondar, 56. 243
Second-period rally keys Hawks victory. 446
Sia revels in eccentricities. 675
Signe D.H. (Jacobson) Sundberg, 88. 326
Snow, snakes and snails enliven winter reading. 1193
Spreading it thin; Another interest bids for slice of dubious casino funds. Editorial 295
Stephen S. Sachetto, 80. 149
Telegram & Gazette Bloomberg 29. 487
The Backup files; A look back at the week in business. 407
The drug pipeline; Abbott striving for an edge in the race to develop new medicines. 1272
The sequel; Patriots-Chargers II winner will advance to Super Bowl XLII. 952
The world is a stage; FSC plays a familiar role in fest. 762
Time For Three has time for all; Entertainment trumps exploration as unique musical trio wows hall. 458
To our readers. 98
Turnovers key as Pats, Bolts collide. 954
Two of a kind; Patriots' Seau, Harrison healthy, ready to go against former team. 870
Vallee hits 1,000 in Bison triumph; Jacobs, Miranda trigger Becker. 707
When copy desk moves to India, what's next? 557
William W. Mauke, 86. 244
Wong, others spell out how to run for office; Workshop reveals what makes a candidate. 733
WPI benefits when Selen keeps firing. 448
Yoga classes are offered free to veterans. 969

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