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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (January 3, 2008)

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'Cats stay unbeaten by tripping Hudson. 506
'Saders keep streak alive; 23rd straight win for HC at Hart. 795
`Spirit of the King!'; Steve Connolly is `Elvis' on stage tomorrow. 1306
2 injured in Rt. 31 collision. 80
A new direction? 242
A new voice; Fitchburg mayor projects energetic leadership. Editorial 293
A very good year. 143
Abraham Kennen. 140
Anita L. (O'Connor) Knowles, 81. 180
Annette R. (St. Germain) Nussey, 66. 237
Arnold L. Rustay. 245
At 78, LaPlante off to Ukraine for Peace Corps. 689
Barbara Grace Shaw. 209
Barry J. Hutchinson, 47. 93
Beacon Hill Roll Call; A sampling of how your elected officials voted during the week. 1463
Beat C's beat Rockets; Boston rallies after blowing 20-point lead. 814
Beth A. McElreath. 245
Board orders a total Mixter evacuation; Building inspector says heavy snow storm could bring building's roof down. 1072
Boylston Police Log. 390
Brother Leonard O'Dowd. 275
Business briefs. 492
Cairns: Senior services shaken, not stopped. 411
Charles LaRiviere, 58. 209
Charles T. Laffin, 64. 207
City gearing up for big, expensive projects. 517
City hopes to speed pace of repairs to Lovell dam. 443
Clark graduate worked for a better world; U.S. team sent to investigate death in Sudan. 870
Coach takes leave. 235
Colonials answer coach's call. 559
Corey carries Hounds to win; Diethorn's 28 beats U-Lowell. 492
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2859
Dark lords of rock `n' roll; Rob Zombie and Ozzy Osbourne back on tour. 1001
David A. "Chippy" Collette, Sr., 68. 187
Dorothy W. (Wallace) Brosnihan, 94. 278
Dr. Aniela "Nellie" S. Zygmuntowicz, 91. 456
Dr. Robert Weber, 81, MIT Physicst, Veteran. 478
Driver gets 18 months in jail; Fatal crash last May in Warren. 443
Duncan H. Urquhart. 310
Easy Care, easy times for Leominster elders; Senior center program provides nursing care, physical therapy. 392
Evelyn Debra Murphy. 183
Evelyn L. Hayden. 236
Evelyn M. Tracy. 192
First Parish helps to banish winter's chill. 407
First Parish intern injured. 332
Flip edges Doc for Dec. honor; Celtics' 13-1 record falls short. 605
Formal wear gets a second life at sale; `Perfect Dress' benefits PTA's work. 522
Francis D. Sposato. 215
Freshman Rossley has first varsity points. 628
Funerals Today. 519
George E. Kelly Jr. 165
Gerald "Jay" Ford, 68. 229
Good neighbor always on the job; Spencer man killed in work accident. 613
Grafton explosion buries Fitchburg. 579
Hardy, Berner, Kruger propel Wildcats over Warriors. 1035
Historic moment for Lukes; City officials take oaths of office. 978
Industrial park to blossom; Unusual facility will focus on health-related plants. 673
It's time for the MIAA to tighten up those leaky transfer rules. 1348
James M. "Jim" Condon. Obituary 129
Jeannette A. Bibeau. 147
Jersey barrier for Holy Cross women. 286
Jessica L. (Larrabee) Dowd, 31. Obituary 143
Jet-lagged C's still fly; Boston rallies after blowing 20-point lead. 826
John Chandler, Jr., 87. 374
Joseph Sickorez. 121
LaBove (16 points, 12 rebounds) leads SJ past South. 1030
Lane E. Marks. 199
Late Shrewsbury rally ties Wachusett. 328
Laura B. Jakstis. 334
Leonard Smith, 87. 318
Letters to the editor 2007. 95
Letters to the editor 2007. 181
Lewis E. Hopkins Sr. 102
Limo service to pay $65K in tolls, fines; State says firm ducked commercial rate. 472
Looking back on a highlight-filled 2007 in sports. 889
Man charged in assault on wife, police officers. 296
Marion Louise Rossi. 196
Marjorie E. Smith. 100
Marjorie E. Smith. 102
Marlboro clears its bench. 497
Mary Haddad. 165
Mary Helen Hallock. 183
Matching the card to the face. 888
Michelina (DiSilvestri) Sarkisian, 81. 284
Mighty mice; Kids learning to love them. 527
Minutemen in running; Up-tempo UMass (11-2) outlasts Houston. 411
Neighbor to Neighbor. 833
Neighbor to Neighbor. 709
NEIGHBORS. 1247
New Year's Day accidents on Rt. 9 injure 2. 357
No place like old home. 1375
Northboro police log. 372
Pamela J. (Pellitier) Lemoine, 55. 200
Pats still in title hunt. 986
Peter DeMauro. 215
Peter Halik Jr., 57. Obituary 90
Peter R. Chase. 179
Phyllis J. Ivory. 235
Pietrzak outshines Cruz as Rams tumble Colonials. 1032
Police describe arrest of young drug suspects. 450
PRESS BOX. 125
Proposed budget adds 8 percent for schools; 2 jobs, salary increases among staff requests. 436
Proposed school budget would rise over 6 percent. 198
Reba C. Mason. 194
Recalling Record stories from 2007. 1176
Recalling stories from the pages of The Record. 1487
Recent Deaths. Obituary 1745
Refund offer too promising to pass up. 739
REGIONAL DIGEST. 259
REGIONAL DIGEST. 683
REGIONAL DIGEST. 197
Richard F. "Dick" Lapointe, 73. 274
Robert G. Valencia. 167
Robert H. Plunkett, Jr. 257
Roland G. Nourse. 231
Ronald D. Wheeler. 212
Rookie Joslin sparks Sharks; Fox, Mink notch goals. 703
Rosalie A. Corcoran. 321
Rosemarie E. (Roeber) Krupecki, 92. 105
Sandy says; Editor's blog. 370
Saying goodbye is so hard to do. 849
Scenic Byways charting new sites along Rt. 122. 399
School budget forecast spells gloom; Expenditures top revenues. 595
School system rethinks options. 698
Selectmen hold off on liquor license for pizza parlor. 290
Settle in for a long and snowy winter. 593
Shirley A. Falvey. 278
Shrewsbury Police Log. 1294
Sister Rita Robert. 314
Ski Ward Cup race results. 150
Skier gets into `the club'. 885
Son says women executed in Tenn. Orange victim left poem behind. 1202
Standoff suspect ordered detained Judge cites safety of community. 535
Stephanie Suchecki, 97. 108
Stormy decisions? Snow day criteria questioned. 681
Strikingly beautiful! Eastern rattlesnakes, other native species pushed to edge of extinction. 1279
Tax bills estimated for third quarter. 357
The Coal Men head North. 890
The golden girl returns; Olympic medalist urges on Gardner swimmers. 534
Timothy R. Haughey, 56. 181
Town offices seek temporary locations after closure. 574
Unsafe town building ordered closed; Town negotiating lease on Hartwell Street for moving municipal offices. 661
Vera Jean Wadland. 214
Virginia M. Billings. 217
Voting place changed due to Mixter closure. 360
Walter G. Irvine Jr. 449
West Boylston Police Log. 615
Whither NASA? Safety study raises questions about space agency. Editorial 289
Whittier Farms responds quickly to contamination report. 1005
Wong will continue news conferences that Mylott began. 611
Worcester's playoff chances are slowly brightening. 744
Worry ringing in year locally; Hope resting on new goals. 492

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