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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (January 22, 2008)

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`War' without end; Today marks 35th anniversary of Roe v. Wade decision. 1123
4 Burger King workers charged in connection with fire at restaurant. 431
A break from snow and cold. 227
A throwback to those `champs of old'. 870
AD's Desk. 322
Alfred J. Cotton. 225
Anna (Lonstein) Baker. 264
Arvid Eric Dahlstrom. 211
Arvo John Peterson, 97. 210
Auditors critical again of lack of cost policy for road repairs. 478
Bank to help seniors with heat bills. 562
Barbara Jean Buonaccorsi. 204
Berlin revives 150-year-old tradition. 333
Business briefs. 423
Bylaws get stamp of approval. 508
Cast a broad net; Too early to promote superintendent candidates. Editorial 313
Celia Ventriglia, 92. 204
Chieftains can't close the gap against Groton-Dunstable. 748
City says clean up FOG act; Last warning out on fats, oil, grease. 755
Clinton Arrest Log. 295
Clinton police log. 297
Council to discuss whether to revoke business licence. 397
Daphne Lea (Artist) Morin. 212
Demetra Biskaduros. 251
Donald B. Roseen, 67. 231
Dorothy Leibman. 275
Duck hunters rescued; Trio saved from frigid R.I. waters. 1122
Edith Sivert. 275
Edward R. Hillard, 80. 235
Elaine J. Skalin, 45. 173
Eldridge seeks to reform affordable housing. 457
Election excitement is lacking. 707
Emelie Rogers. 212
Empowerment Center honors peace recipient. 500
Erika H. Phillips. 196
Ethel Sack Gladstone. 330
Film goes the distance. 162
Focus on youth; Public-private partnership vital to success. Editorial 265
Former teacher recalls life as Japanese prisoner of war. 1323
Funerals Today. 678
Gender is a major factor in contemporary politics. 987
Green Hill golf plan heads into the rough; Coalition objects to city's approach. 762
Group gets grant to revive Gough Estate; $200,000 grant will benefit Municipal Complex. 395
Hall reward is coming for Maynard. 1374
Holy Cross grant to fund fix-up; Sidewalks, new lighting slated for Fitton Field entry road. 515
I confess, I never used steroids. 765
Journalist brings newspaper to life at career day. 1604
LaJeunesse earns Eagle rank after finishing theater project. 319
Legacy for all; Kids learn message of civil rights icon. 652
Leona Brean Sadja. 145
Lilyan (Trotsky) Sherman, 93. 292
Local activist groups commemorate Roe decision. 365
Louise M. (Alliegro) Motta, 100. 311
Madeline E. Foster. 220
Marion E. (Henry) Giffin, 104. 83
Mary (Habib) Savageau. 173
Mary Catherine Eaton. 144
Mountaineers finish in rush; Nick Long's goal ties Devils. 644
Nashoba-Clinton skaters show improvement; Wrestlers place third out of seven in Natick Invitational on Saturday. 936
New photos boost fly fishing. 893
No headline. 244
No N.H.-style campaigns here; Fill-ins to do candidates' heavy lifting. 858
Northeast migrants help save rain forest; Birds eat potentially devastating caterpillars. 484
Phyllis P. Van Train. 208
Pierce tossed in C's victory; Emotions run high at MSG. 781
Pietro "Peter" Simone. 237
Plihal is heading west. 761
Police ID woman killed by SUV. 279
Police officer faces trial in Fitchburg. 194
Power of the princess; Disney on Ice presents a lineup of classic heroines. 649
Push back winter with bird photos. 816
Rebounding is key to Lady Gael win. 586
Recent Deaths. 1251
REGIONAL DIGEST. 395
REGIONAL DIGEST. 336
REGIONAL DIGEST. 82
REGIONAL DIGEST. 630
Robert N. Duncan, Sr. 101
Rockbestos-Surprenant site offers `clean slate'. 429
Schools to be a role model in Mississippi. 713
Seeking change without disruption. 272
Selectman will seek office-holding record in re-election bid. 579
Selectmen study whether to speed development pace; Library repairs heading to vote. 462
Setting healthy savings goals. 761
Sharks rally, prevail in OT; Cavanagh nets winning goal. 673
Shelter says money needed for sick dogs' care. 315
Sophie A. Olszewski; 1919 - 2008. 191
Stratton Players eyes abuse in uncomfortable `Sin'. 581
Study committee plans to discuss busing options. 285
Symphony Pro Musica delivers an accomplished performance. 471
Tahanto Stags drop a pair of games. 587
Teacher charged with Internet crime; West Boylston kids not involved. 774
Terenzini signs in similar role with N.H. town; Town administrator hired by Moultonborough selectmen. 821
Town urging state's attention on `questionable' cable hikes. 417
Tran, Weeks propel Naps. 665
Venture capital flowing; Investments rise over 2006 levels. 628
Vincent Melanson. 224
Voter registration on the rise. 409
Walrath opts not to seek re-election; State representative has served 12 terms. 265
Walter J. Mularczyk. 80
Warriors dominate Panthers. 443
Water discussion is still on tap. 665
Wildcats scrape past the Raiders; Robinson's goal thwarts upset try. 566
Wong plans to ask for public comments; Mayor will meet chief finalists. 709
Young Becker hoopsters impress. 936

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