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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (March 25, 2008)

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3Com reports revenue up 4%; Company seeks $66M from Bain. Financial report 461
Actors get `Thoroughly Modern' at Nashoba. 556
Albert E. Cranson, 90. 205
Ann (Harasko) Silva, 88. 226
Ann E. (Burns) Jablonski, 77. 341
Assumption College to host free events; Concerts, films, talks included. 755
Ballot shifting as Lancaster deadline passes. 531
Bodybuilder gets 51 months, forfeits home and business. 796
Business briefs. 459
Business development vote leads to frustration. 483
Business targeted for sign violation? Inspector to explain what was said. 268
Candidates slow to come forward in Berlin. 151
Casey out with stiff neck; Ellsbury won't bat leadoff. 835
Charles H. Pardee. 253
Church bells will toll for 4,000 Americans lost in Iraq. 643
Claudia Piccolo Glassman. 176
Clement "Red" Bates. 264
Clinton caucus could seal May 5 ballot. 789
Clinton Police Log. 429
Colon cancer is largely preventable. 417
Colonials go to Alicia in clutch; Tinsley sisters hope to lead Shrewsbury back to CMass title. 1081
COLUMN: Theater Review. Column 570
Contest is brewing for selectman's seat; April 1 is deadline to submit signatures. 315
Councilor predicts trouble for tapping savings. 839
Dancing gives woman hope; Fundraiser slated for multiple sclerosis. 762
David B. Crowley. 251
David Levenstein. 106
Dr. Barbara Desrosiers. 211
Driver allegedly fled church parking lot with hooker in tow. 330
Dropout danger; Board to highlight critical education issue. Editorial 368
Edna F. Salmon. 221
Familiar faces are in the race; Papers filed for town, schools. 504
Family Health Center to celebrate 35 years; Helping hands to be honored. 433
Father, son charged after attack on men with ATVs in woods. 321
Finding peace at breakfast time. 707
Flamingos are flocking to Berlin this April. 346
Francoise M. (Fuente) Hogan, 80. 217
Funerals Today. 901
Garnett named Player of Week; Hornet turnovers hurt Pierce. 841
Go to Worcester for a taste of the sea. 614
Grace V. Bachand. 209
Ice skate rink bids due; Work behind City Hall to start in spring. 735
Inspiring harmony; For top Israeli guitarist, music has power to create peace. 991
Judge asked to toss charges; Men juveniles when indicted. 429
Lady Gael freshmen had `an awesome season'. 588
Leon G. Bartholomew Jr. 519
Litter beater; Lawmakers should give bottle bill update serious study. Editorial 239
Living life based on Hollywood? 575
Lt. Donald M. Quinlan. 317
Marion Piltzecker Shemeth Fotiades, 89. 259
Mary E. (Murphy) Dunker, 77. 291
Mary E. Dunker. 246
Mary McQuoid. 252
Montvale proposal on hold; Councilors to visit historic district. 880
Mortgage trouble? Act fast to avert foreclosure. 614
Nancy Louise Craig. 214
Nashoba JV boys loved to play hard. 584
Nathaniel Dane Thibault, PFC, U.S. Army. 292
Nathaniel Dane Thibault. 235
NCAA official has Clinton sports roots. 677
Neighbor to Neighbor. Company overview 1326
Nestle submits plan; Could bring Clinton $200,000 to $300,000 annually. 491
No assurances given by DPW on pools; Labor, costs at issue for openings. 366
No new candidates on ballot; Nominees listed as unopposed. 190
Off to the races; Running news and notes. 204
Oil behind creation of food co-op; Project is in planning stages. 605
One withdraws from representative's race. 132
Passionate for change; New wave of college grads is out to make a difference in the world. 1269
Paul J. Teed, 50. 146
Paul L. Hackett, 100. 207
Pauline L. Tjaden. 267
Personnel likely target for cuts; Town faces $3 million shortfall for FY '09. 493
Peter J. Porciello. 274
Peter John Porciello, 61. 344
Plan to watch Red Sox at home; Bars can't open for first pitch. 247
Police say man held parents hostage in their own home; Mother escaped to neighbor's unit. 437
Recent Deaths. 1707
Reprising the past, Bloomquist dons bunny suit. 887
Rita (Dery) Zurawka, 81. 241
Rita V. Higgins. 243
Sayonara, complete game; Nine-inning effort unlikely from Matsuzaka vs. A's. 827
School board OKs $73M budget; Paxton, Rutland don't back proposal. 746
School officials say roof leaks past point of patchwork repairs. 557
School renovation is off warrant; Roof repair still up for vote. 423
Search panel told not to reveal hopefuls' names. 368
Second Hall class is set; Harrity among the city's finest. 1142
Seeds of change; Jodi Breidel leaving WHEAT. 838
Selectmen get glimpse of technology's abilities. 984
Sewer system needlessly treating water, report says. 466
Slammer teams triumph in `Hoops on Fire'. 183
Snob zoning has no place in America. 675
Soulful adoption book. 202
Steak chain targets city; Texas Roadhouse vies for license. 938
Students get to play artist for Our Kids Art Fair. 506
Suddenly, Celts can't finish. 933
Suicide-for-hire? Man charged in 2006 slaying. 1030
Susanne M. (Grenache) Vaudreuil, 59. 288
Thieves target GPS units in break-ins; 25 incidents reported in 36 hours in 2 towns. 415
Timely action by borrowers can help ease subprime woes. 694
Town names six new officers, bringing full-timers to 38. 431
Town says Comcast violates contract. 528
Trout poaching one of many problems. 1008
Two new finalists in town's search. 153
Virginia B. (Andrews) Dufault, 91. 246
William L. Wallace, 74. 147
With dropout rate rising, school board is concerned. 643
Worcester performing artists take center stage at Hanover. 756

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