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

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A taxing tale, `Miss Flint' reaps rewards at Stratton. 519
Ann (Harasko) Silva, 88. 226
Arrest made in church vandalism; Holy Week desecration. 709
Assabet execs defend school for the record; Inaccurate state report `embarrassed' everyone. 659
Avlas is appointed to school position. 578
Barbara E. Piliponis, 93. 180
Belt-tightening at the dinner table. 1102
Board approves change in Keno. 335
Breen's walk-off HR lifts FSC. 469
Bruins strike a goal mine; 4-month high in production. 666
Budget and wind turbines defy attempts at resolution. 758
Building fee hikes get OK; Wong to scrutinize all departments. 574
Business briefs. 457
Casey is kept on active roster; First baseman's neck is better. 530
Changing of the Clocks a twice-a-year ordeal. Editorial 239
City may need to use reserve funds; O'Brien vows to come up with other strategies to close $2M gap. 661
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1956
DIGEST. 197
Don't clip the wings of idealism. 717
Elizabeth "Barbara" Losapio, 81. 573
Esther (Hislop) York, 93. 180
Firefighters to honor their fallen comrade; Lt. Quinlan dies of injury on duty. 585
Funerals Today. 617
Gordon Henery Damery. 264
Grandma's leading the troops; Older generation proves Scouting stays in the blood. 554
Harold J. "Jim" MacQueston, Jr. 331
HC's Gough works out for NFL scouts. 1308
J. Donald Morin, 80. 279
John S. Donnelly, 83. 309
Joseph W. Zuromsky. 284
Josephine B. Proko, 90. Obituary 274
Julianne M. (Murphy) Baldwin, 87. 310
Just one contest on ballot. 248
Legislators warn big revenue boost is highly unlikely; Proposition 2-1/2 override an option. Financial report 398
LEICESTER NOTEBOOK. 525
Lisa Lajoie Marek, 47. 274
Mall walkers; Fitness and friendship found in climate-controlled atmosphere. 1329
Man, 79, killed in backhoe accident; Neighbor recalls helpful `super guy'. 448
Marion B. Glavaris, 89. 164
Marjorie L. (Loudon) Brunelle, 80. 172
Mary C. Corriveau. 176
McGovern angry over claim he backs Colombian rebels; Congressman says he's working to aid FARC's hostages. 633
Nelson Place playground goes for the laughs. 684
New town administrator chosen; contract talks slated. 385
No bail for suspect in stabbing; Alleged victim suffered wounds to neck, back. 561
Not so fast; Committee was right to block historic district `end run'. Editorial 435
O'Brien's burns; `Everything's gone' at beloved 5 & 10. 1116
Orange peeled by Minutemen. 727
Patricia A. (Rose) Alden. 232
Police arrest two in tattoo break-in; Leads are traced to suspect's home. 649
Police take suspect in slaying to Conn. Greenwich businessman killed in '06. 220
Power, fantasy and Worcester's flirtations with charter change. 778
PRESS BOX. 271
Proposed regulations for outdoor stoves aired. 404
Public safety, charter review; Warrant for annual town meeting. 584
Recent Deaths. 1338
REGIONAL DIGEST. 97
Residents weigh in on changes to redesign of roadway project. 687
Restaurant gets VIP backing. 680
Rising sons; Manny's hit delivers Sox past the A's. 870
Rita L. (Gauthier) Mullin, 87. 294
Robert Dexter Butler, Jr., 72. 105
Rothermich, Suzies hoping to break out. 1085
Samuel Sadowsky. 93
School budget increase disappoints officials. 539
Schools could get surplus for FY '09. 327
Selectman resigns from board after crash; R.I. teenager injured in head-on collision. 507
Selectmen sign off on deal to allow more open space. 531
Sewage contract dispute spreads; Notice sent of breach of pact. 660
Sizable town deficit lowered with steady chop, chop motion. 547
Sox sizzle on the breakfast grill; Locals get up with the sun to watch game. 593
St. Mary's to be razed within weeks. 783
Sylvenus A. McKinstry; 1970-2008. 192
Tests find E. coli in 3 of 5 wells (SEE CORRECTION). Correction notice 531
The beauty - and success - of ARC is in `Just the Details'. 647
Three candidates change their minds about seeking town office. 257
Three will vie for library trustee seats; Mostly known faces in other races. 240
Voters will get to decide three races in May election. 806
WHEAT director leaving for Harvard garden project. 507
Worcester fails to land airline; Skybus route cuts abort takeoff for regional airport. 442

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