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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (July 29, 2008)

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Acquittal returned in shootout; Firearm charges mean jail time. 599
Alice L. St. Pierre, 98. 198
All quiet on the Ramirez front; Manny doesn't talk to media. 793
Angels topple Red Sox. 1154
Apparent snafu keeping gate open between pair of ponds. 534
At crosswalks in Worcester I'm crossing my fingers, too. 528
Barney M. Cohen, 59. 362
Battle of backers in Senate contest; Candidates tout endorsements. 667
Beating the odds; Pollard made NFL jump without playing in college. 894
Blizzard blows by Oilers; Local gridironers win their home opener 20-6. 784
Boylston names interim town exec; Joseph Connelly to act as town administrator. 358
Boylston players win Burncoat title. 561
Burkett knocked down; New Jersey scores 5 in fifth. 578
Business briefs. 424
Cable review board adopted; Selectmen want obscenity standards. 713
Can't put off his Registry visit. 820
Chestnut Street Bridge closing Aug. 8 to 11. 122
Climb led to hankering for hiking; Appalachian Trail latest test. 1004
Clinton man held in attack; Charges include crashed cruiser. 365
Clinton Police Log. 857
Congetta T. Burnham. 233
Conn. man gets top position; Selectmen pick administrator. 445
Dice-K unravels quickly; Angels score six runs in the 6th. 840
East Side is Creen of the crop; Lefty pitches team into 2nd-round matchup against Milford. 574
Easy does it; Lawmakers should resist end-of-session frenzy. Editorial 198
Edwin F. Symonowicz. 391
Entitlement, with honor; More veterans seeking benefits. 984
Ethel Marie Charbonneau. 237
Fire Lt. Philbrook named director of Health Dept. 538
Fire points to difficulties of protecting vacant factory. 560
Fire-setting thief gets prison time; Would-be hero stole from family. 381
Flora L. (Baier) (Moore) Whittier, 93. 214
Forrest W. "Swede" Erickson, 79. 276
Four are injured in crash. 165
Funerals Today. 410
Future Worcester; Comment period ending on North Main Street plan. Editorial 388
Growth in use straining Centro Las Americas. 554
Growth in works for city hospital; Emergency room expansion slated. 860
Housing sales hit 15-year state low; Condo, home prices drop across county. 947
John H. Hubbard. 162
Judge denies motion by Catholic Workers; Group faces charges for prayer protest. 399
Kim enjoys attitude change; O'Meara talk leads to surge. 873
Lawrence P. Griffin, 83. 269
Life's story is not just `clutter'. 878
Lobster load goes to pot; `It was a free-for-all' after crash. 1251
Loretta M. Doherty. 261
Mar-Lee takes a French accent; Fitchburg plastics company acquired. 589
Maybe Manny has used up his moments. 732
Moore named VP of national legislatures group. 232
Mrs. Mary E. (Pearson) Drummond. 221
Neighbor to Neighbor. 782
Neighborhood feel. 291
No injuries in Clinton crash. 150
Northworks offers comfort. 700
Officials head to camp to brief squad; Patriots getting used to recent rule changes. 539
Overtime rally propels South Central to crown. 621
Pena gets 1st win, but Tornadoes split against Sussex. 662
Picture This: Berlin. 100
Pleasant Street brawl ends with stabbing. 200
Rain doesn't dampen success of Twin Springs tourney. 796
Recent Deaths. Obituary 978
Regulating pond is an underrated hot spot. 701
Rene J. Iwaniec, 54. 192
Rene J. Iwaniec. 194
Rep. Callahan reprimanded on fundraising. 255
Richard "Dick" Fouracre, 71. 111
Robert A. Degnan, 78. 220
Second baseball bat attack; Suspect help on assault; similar incident occurred July 6. 342
Selectmen agree to fund recycling; Town's share to be $22,500. 587
Selectmen allow Wagners to buy Kia dealership; Route 9 car store changes owners. 417
Selectmen debate giving interim manager extra vacation time. 401
Selectmen urging `civil disobedience' to state funding edict. 445
Spittin'-mad man apologetic, but he still faces charges. 300
Town Hall renovation design panel named. 213
Town parcel to be auctioned. 487
Town to pursue Comcast hearing; Breach of cable contract alleged. 293
Triple stabbing prompts commission scrutiny. 488
Two are sentenced in tax evasion case. 395
Virginia M. Musarra. 258
Wayne H. Morse, 88. 343
Weaver and McAdams engaged. 162
Will slam for gas money. 158
Willis L. Palmer, Jr. 380
Youths travel to Maine for work camp experience. 1596

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