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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (June 26, 2008)

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`Two Guys' take show outside; Program on the Common is one for the generations. 519
1959 grads seek reunion; Organizers need help locating classmates. 573
Actors rehearse for `Post Office'; One-act comedy slated for Finnish Summer Festival at Saima Park. 536
Ainge won't be feeling uptight. 961
Ann D. Harrington, 78. 217
Anne (Whitney) Norsworthy Noret, 71. 167
Annette Eleanor Ball. Obituary 132
Articles could resolve budget, but would cut services. 753
Australian manufacturer buys ThermalCast plant. 334
B's target Hossa, marquee talent. 546
Battle of aged goes to Wake; Cash cracks 3-run homer. 805
Beacon Hill Roll Call; A sampling of how your elected officials voted during the week. 1066
Beatrice M. Wilkinson. 241
Board frustrated by lack of options in motel bylaws. 720
Bobby Joe Carlton, 62. 217
Bolton's Hanefeld ties for 20th at Champions Tour. 820
Boylston Police Log. 600
Business briefs. 424
Charles F. Murphy. 244
Committee acquiesces, but questions long-term partnership. 1055
Cyprian sharing Shaw; PGA veteran loves teaching. 1806
Dancers give their all. 471
Disappearing heating oil at school under probe. 224
Doctors differ on 17-pound 2-year-old; Holden parents go to court in July. 501
Dogs get a chance to best a PBS pig; Cummings School has `screen' test. 1154
DSS honors its partners in care. 387
Education officials withholding verdict. 477
Edwin R. Young Jr. 203
Elizabeth A. Rocha. 134
Elsie O. Kay. 137
End of a sad story; Entwistle will be sentenced today. 818
Ernest L. Tsoules, 92. 320
Fern Lillian Van Dam. 174
Fern Van Dam. 105
Few stitches save many; Odd Fellows residents knit some salvation. 644
Fluet unfurls a perfecto; Burkett eliminates Barry, earns Regional spot. 650
Found money; Some are saving stimulus checks. 1008
From Abolition to Dickinson, Rev. Higginson made his mark. 926
From the `where are they now' file; Former Leominster tennis ace is coaching up a storm for Yale. 1397
From the dark side. 103
Fruitlands Museum branches out with exhibit. 416
Funerals Today. 386
Gardner agency recertified. 239
Gardner eatery hops into summer with breakfast; Pub taps into creative uses of beer, ale in menu items. 765
Gardner man pencils art into his life. 752
Gary A. Laflash, 47. 207
Gasper Olivieri. 285
Group pushes global warming laws; Report cites need for state to take action. 500
Heifer's annual fair to dedicate new barn; Weekend events at Overlook Farm. 424
Helen C. Miller. 175
Holden youth attains rank of Eagle Scout. 254
I think I now know Tim Russert better than I know myself. 859
Improvement plans OK'd; 12 (SEE CORRECTION) city schools comprise Commissioner's District. Correction notice 756
James E. Ferguson, 66. 268
Janet Kingsbury. 173
Jeanette C. Josti. 164
John R. `Jack' Morin. 170
John Stankus, 86. 286
Kennedy friend follows surgery. 655
LaHair planning to coach. 755
Layoffs hit tool company; Economy cited in Southbridge. 324
Leominster perfect at 9-0; Collins hits three-run double for undefeated Milford. 368
Library sadly faces reality; Lending privileges elsewhere unlikely. 911
Man, 24, accused of raping teenager; Girl, 16, had allegedly met men for drinks. 289
Many not enrolled for drug benefit. 361
Marian E. French. 277
Marian E. French. 370
Mess left in property cleanup outrages neighbors; Selectmen ask health board to detail complaints. 464
Michelle M. (McBrayne) Goddard, 51. 183
Michelle M. Goddard. 129
Neighbors. 861
New principal praised as good leader. 395
No headline. 331
Northboro police log. 248
Ortiz takes first swings, but wrist is still `weak'. 788
Pact with trouble; Gloucester should focus on realities of teen pregnancy. Editorial 286
Patricia I. Voedisch. 206
Patrick: Time to play catch-up; Governor addresses education gaps. 1010
Pedar Gilley, 44. 118
Pedroia starting to heat up. 1047
Perfect pickings Area farms offer berry harvest. 670
Police say woman punched other in head. 324
Progress and problems for aging mascot. 485
Rail fans urge fed funding; Commuters' needs are focus of talk. 596
Rats! And mice, fish, birds ... Animal help wanted for life science boom. 989
Recent Deaths. Obituary 767
Recyclers get bike for needy child. 393
Residents can pay off their sewer betterment debt over 20 years. 389
Richard C. Gannon Jr. 105
Rita M. (Pusateri) Arlsen, 87. 265
Robert Love Anderson. 187
Rollstone taps Connor. 128
Ruth D. Michaud. 206
Scholarships at Center for Crafts. 177
Selectmen try to read meaning of `no' votes. 765
Senior center bidder completes buy of Legion post. 393
Shrewsbury police log. 1810
Spring planting season not over till it's over. 583
Star-spangled Concert; Worcester soprano Jane Shivick, orchestra, celebrate America. 1098
Statehouse green; Energy bill goals are mostly long term. Editorial 305
Stolen records, ID lead to TV shopping spree; Evaluation set for Sutton woman. 566
Stuart Tuffs. 164
Summer Stroll touted as gas-saving entertainment. 688
Thomas F. Keller. 119
Town manager choice down to two; Clark, Williams interview tonight. 646
Trash sticker fees to rise $5. 128
Truth or dare, the risk is the same for teens. 702
Utility knocked for storm response; National Grid offers apology. 772
Vincent J. Perez. 311
Visions of sugarplums. 156
Voters to decide whether 01368 keeps being used. 763
Water, sewer rates in question; Report examines needs, revenue. 496
Way to grow; Reconnecting young people with nature is idea embraced by parents, educators. 1636
West Boylston Police Log. 877
Westboro police log. 735
Whiskey whets appetites. 804
Who's No. 1? Beasley and Rose sitting at top of list. 910
Worcester boy is the face of OSV Discovery Camp. 316
Worcester man is held after I-84 drug bust; Police believe suspect had 180 grams of cocaine. 289

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