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

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$20,000 grants help two agencies serve. 928
57 reasons to love Grille. 852
A family affair: the Colonial Band; Leominster group in its 99th year. 1276
Africa festival organizer seeks common ties for immigrants; Green Hill Park cultural cookout. 438
All-Star event's an all-nighter; Best game ever marred by Fox shenanigans. 972
Auburn wastes Sullivan's effort. 253
Aybar's 3-run triple sparks Angels. 1015
Battle of the weeds; Tips for helping get rid of them. 525
Beatrice M. "Bea" Wickman, 83. 271
Best to color big screen a subtle shade of green. 833
Brown, Northboro romp. 481
Burkett swept at states. 480
Canova smokes Devlin; PNJ Phillips can clinch Regional berth today. 631
Catherine F. (Griffin) Powers, 86. 316
Census info surprises city officials. 1112
Club kids; Golf camp for youth aims to teach fundamentals, behavior. 648
College Town. 953
Concerts on the common are a New England treat. 672
DOWN on the FARM; Masterson having fun with red-hot PawSox. 948
Edward R. Chalke. 173
Eva L. Sharron, 97. 277
Everett F. Brissette, 80. 241
Fun, fit and safe in parks. 869
Funerals Today. 95
Growing heirlooms; Rare flora a challenge. 1132
Hall induction a rush for ex-Patriot Tippett. 922
Helyn L. (Austikolins) Lamotte, 87. 302
Here's the end of the world as Beck knows it ... 848
How the Locals are Doing. 422
James M. Haglund, 47. 428
Kallie A. Brackett, 2. 241
Kalliopi (Bezas) Gilantzis, 86. 114
Lancaster hits note; Folk festival slated Aug. 10. 788
Leominster wins, avoids elimination. 567
Little Red back in the hood; Former lead singer reuniting with Riders for Gilrein's show. 693
Long ago in a kingdom far, far away. 617
M. Eleanor (Cullen) Holmes, 91. 290
Making a difference in lives was HOPE co-founder's goal. 505
Making the grade on George St. 805
Man, 72, arrested after afternoon stabbing in bar. 346
Manny reasons to ditch Ramirez. 1769
Merger ahead; Link Mass Turnpike debt relief to reform. Editorial 478
Nancy I. Frederickson. 240
Norman S. Porter, Sr. 274
Obama changes mostly his mind. 878
Offense does in Tornadoes again; Worcester struggling vs. Jackals. 568
One for the road; Gas cards go extra mile to lure consumers. 1202
Ortiz hits another homer. 171
Phyllis M. (Kathan) Collette, 88. 149
Police public files costly; $4,092.62 charge for a records search. 1893
Recent Deaths. 1113
Recount affirms Logan's election. 172
Reforms adding auto insurance choices. Editorial 154
Schools face fuel costs; Oil, gas prices mean something's got to give. 573
Schwartz survives a meltdown. 569
Seattle's Starlings spread wings for trip East. 1046
Southbridge Navy vet elected Marine Corps League head. 1631
Suspect breaks a leg in jump. 133
The Backup files; A look back at the week in business. 535
Theresa K. Small, 96. 272
Town pitches in for high school; David Prouty gets volunteer spruce up. 573
Victor S. DeLollis, 86. 330
Voters OK money for safety light, not sidewalks and truck; Override vote turnout of 7.5 percent of voters is no surprise to town clerk. 396
West Boylston sweeps; Wachusett just can't solve pitcher Colebrook. 479
William Moreno Jr. "Billy", 53. Obituary 310
Winchendon wins state title; Dramatic victory capped by rally in extra innings. 488

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