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

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Title Author Type Words
`Secret Garden' staged; Performances slated at the Mount in Gardner. 637
Anne (Elias) Handy. 147
Area golfers make cut for Amateur Championship. 798
B's might give Murray his shot. 1855
Bleary-eyed, but happy; Celtics fans had much to cheer late Tuesday. 788
Bottom line: Narcan would save lives. 719
Byron Nicholas Menegakis. 206
Cardinals clinch series. 988
Carol J. Miller, 60. 158
Charity walkers experience challenges. 681
Colabello clubs Atlantic City. 306
College Town. 830
David C. Landers, 58. 231
Don't feed the bears, chief reminds. 174
Dorothy Tisch. 94
EDUCATION NOTES. 1180
Edwin R. "Jud" Young, Jr., 75. 334
Fading Timlin goes on DL; Francona blames sore knee for reliever's struggles. 799
Finnish line is in Fitchburg for 102nd summer festival. 1001
For health officials, staffing a challenge in school centers. 472
Foster parents recruited; DSS seeking folks to help area youths. 1334
Four teens arraigned on multiple charges. 610
George E. Grammatikakis, 57. 215
Gladys H. Comer, 97. 279
Harold H. Smith, Jr. "Smitty", 87. 304
High school tournaments give group healthy surplus. 683
How the locals are doing... 346
How to rescue urban education. 888
Jakob Dylan comes into his own. 747
James B. Derby. 230
Joel "Joey" Reyes, 21. 149
Joseph C. Iagallo, 86. 265
Kenneth E. Scott Memorial Service. 313
Latest `Hulk' adaptation is simply ... incredible. 855
Man hurt in dirt bike accident. 134
Mass Veterans asks for wheelchairs in good condition. 808
MCAS myths; Renewed assault on public education standards. Editorial 346
Money ball; High school sports administration is now big business. 1753
Monty Tech inks pact for welding students. 502
Multi-part mural; Waterford school 2nd grade effort. 723
Nan (Willits) Blake. 246
New format could alter Longsjo's outcome. 998
New Red Cross center offers training, courses. 356
O'Brien is master of the hoop games around City Hall. 1146
Obama's change; A jarring reversal on campaign financing. Editorial 258
Oxhead a restaurant with a view. 978
Partnership is focus of environmental art, music expo; Greenway links with schools. 853
PBS spots young heroes; Hub of series turns on key moments in history. 888
Picture of health; School-based centers offer next level of care. 1049
Pine inspired explorer; Teen won trip to Australia in national contest. 993
Putnam High. 305
Recent Deaths. 1248
REGIONAL DIGEST. 1002
Revs' unbeaten streak ended. 184
Rivera's return, show put off; State edict stalls comeback bout. 590
Robert H. Fournier. 375
Roberts on his field of dreams. 800
Rose C. (Sciabarrasi) Faiola. 321
Scalley's two-run double propels Burncoat. 958
Schilling made Sox winners. 1945
Shakespeare is a family affair; A rare production of a difficult play. 1128
Snake eyes; Dice-K hammered early, rolls a bust in return to Red Sox. 780
Stuart Tuffs, 80. 225
Summer finally arrives; Watering plants is on the to-do list. 535
Suspect asks court to throw out tapes; 2004 shotgun murder, robbery case. 741
Taking a gander at Mother Goose. 581
TELEGRAM & GAZETTE Bloomberg 29. 485
Templeton fire chief outlines grant use; Computer, camera to be purchased. 300
Tha Backup files; A look back at the week in business. 383
Thomas C. Purcell, 79. 298
Thomas W. Connors, 67. 278
Turbulent 18th is Morse code. 1089
William L. Smith, 78. 601

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