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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (March 27, 2008)

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2 arrested near recycling firm. 233
20 years for Taste of Nation; Local event April 28 at Crowne Plaza. 991
21st century boost at Kingsley; $5.6M lift for science at academy. 663
6 suspects are accused in sex sting. 353
A night with the stars. 222
Alice Hanley. 193
Althea (MacNeil) Poehler, 88. 193
Ann E. Jablonski. 271
Ann Silva. 155
Anna Maria debuts multicultural liaison. 411
Appointee brings viewpoint of vets; Leary joins public health panel. 607
Armstrong, Cavanagh co-MVPs. 1433
Assabet maintains report untrue. 488
Baker closes the door on 40 years in public life. 774
Barbara M. (Mossman) Lemerise, 74. 197
Beacon Hill Roll Call; A sampling of how your elected officials voted during the week. 1187
Become informed. 257
Bill would reduce carbon emissions. 792
Blaze hits shopping center. 1192
Boredom, shock value are cited; Motive for spray-painted messages on churches. 685
Boy Scouts name Distinguished Citizen. 189
Boylston Police Log. 458
Bradley accepts Berlin job. 304
Budget hearing pulls in both sides of issue; $45.9M for schools, $1.5M override. 514
Business briefs. 334
Buying high and selling low. 645
Carjack victim escapes after blocking traffic. 319
Celts' rally blocks out Suns. 857
Charles H. Pardee. 249
Charles H. Pardee. 185
City dodges ballot bullet; Accu-Vote aid extended to '09. 706
City will spend $18,000 to raze vacant building. 398
Class Acts. 690
Club helps students navigate the court system. 1071
Council grants more time to secure permit; Plastics factory plans call for mixed use. 371
Crisp gets his start in center; Tito doesn't plan to platoon. 678
Default may cost $75,000 in drug case; Bail could be forfeited to state. 854
Doris M. (Boisjolie) Michajlow, 83. 204
Doris R. (Defosse) Nelson, 88. 163
Edmound J. Dion; 1921 - 2008. 234
Elizabeth G. (Peterson) Hulbert, 91. 187
Ellen B. (Sheehan) Dussault, 77. 233
Energetic scout; Sun powering Shrewsbury Eagle project. 436
Esther (Hislop) York, 93. 178
Evelyn R. Birnie. 165
Fashion mingles with step dance at FSC show. 461
Fee from recycling could pay wages; Center on the road to self-sufficiency. 479
Fees don't solve fiscal problems. 684
Fiscal choices may limit student options. 1423
Frances M. White. 273
Francis X. Stasko. 321
Funerals Today. 702
George M. Tuthill, 64. 252
Getting ready for Spring. 761
Good time to roll out the barrel. 969
GPS units targeted again. 132
Gunhild A. Dunn, 92. 311
Harden shuts down Boston bats. 846
Harold J. MacQueston Jr. 206
Hawks' Lamore special athlete; Records falling for swift senior. 1101
Hazel Louise Hanson 84. 104
HC gets 23 gridders. 291
Healy enjoys calling Surge. 938
Helping girls at a difficult time; Study by local alliance IDs needed programs and services. 755
Holy Name announces honor roll for second quarter. 662
Indian musicians entrance students; Music serves to bridge cultures. 809
Indie buzz band Manchester Orchestra has staying power. 998
Insurance sleuths on the prowl; Civilians, law enforcement fight fraudulent claims. 1337
James Anthony Prece. 490
John S. Donnelly. 281
Johnny A. doing it his way; For guitarist, the music is what matters. 901
Joseph F. Caruso, Sr. 64. 219
Julianne M. Baldwin. 167
KG is the MVP says Doc, Pierce. 765
Lahey unsure of career's next step. 280
Leo E. Ostiguy. 224
Leon G. Bartholomew Jr. 507
Local cancer center earns accreditation. 418
Local mason's efforts will honor `Whirlwind'. 458
Long season has no end in sight. 807
Lt. Donald Quinlan. 184
Luis and Berji Torres celebrate their 50th anniversary. 217
M. Patricia Gibson. 242
Margaret C. (Brady) LeClaire, 89. 197
Marguerite A. Newton. 166
Maria Giuseppa (Ciamberlano) Quagliozzi, 87. Obituary 107
Marion I. Fancy. 111
Marjorie Clark (Chapman) Warner. 256
Mary Louise Dube. 129
Master pianist returns to city. 849
Maurice "Macy" Satter. 274
Mina Fern Beals. 377
Mina Fern Beals. 195
Moderate life was also frugal. 642
Monty Tech lands 34 medals; School does well at SkillsUSA. 176
More belt-tightening; Drawdown of municipal reserves is risky approach. Editorial 347
Musselman to run for selectman. 421
MWCC chief named Pacesetter of Year. 82
National Grid workers may go on strike; Contract at call center will expire on Monday. 497
NCAA tourneys featured some North County folks. 1193
Nelson J. "Bud" Boucher. 235
Northboro police log. 168
Officials seeking cause in mall fire; Blaze damage estimated at $1M. 394
On a mission of comfort; Westminster quilters create a warm hug for at-risk babies. 792
Ozelie M. (Maillet) Richard, 103. 275
Pakachoag School says `Thanks' to fundraisers. 169
Parks and rec funding cut out; Left off the override. 404
Paul J. Milluzzo, 62. 230
Plea deal ends Simoncini's job. 787
Police chief candidate set to meet committee. 354
Police describe brutal rape; Gardner man held on charges. 610
Police will receive a 9 percent increase in pay over 3 years. 710
Quaboag Regional High announces honor roll. 504
Ralph E. Oatley. 121
Ralph Edward Quimby. 375
Recent Deaths. 1612
Rita L. Mullin. 275
Rita M. (Gevry) Bohenko, 85. 294
Rita M. (Liberty) Strom. 189
Rita V. Higgins. 129
Safety building two-thirds complete; Police, fire departments expect August move-in. 609
Safety triggers changes in polls; School security motivates city to find new voting locations. 639
Sandy says. 673
Saturdays are spoken for. 616
School Committee approves $45.5M budget. 584
School district plans forming; Planning panel wants to negotiate a three-town agreement. 355
School officials say budget cuts unfair; $465,000 budget deficit in town. 639
Schools plan safety protocols. 310
SELCO splice saves the day. 283
Selectmen cap Wekepeke water proposal for now; Towns at odds over Nestle plans. 382
She demoted her hubby to a hobby. 752
Shrewsbury police log. 1283
Snoopy arrives in West Boylston. 468
Spencer woman dies in crash; Husband, 83, was driver of car. 185
Startups advised at biotech forum. 573
Susanne M. Vaudreuil. 283
Teacher's car set on fire. 194
The FARC connection; Dealing with kidnappers apt to have ill consequences. Editorial 247
Their goal: Changing wine to clean water; Fundraiser aims to dig wells in Kenya. 905
There's more than one way to train a skilled work force. 764
Three challenge two incumbent selectmen. 261
Time for `Fresh Aire'. 137
Time for trees, shrubs to be on the move. 653
Town Council's vote flushes sewage rate dispute into open. 681
Town election offers no one for school board. 219
Town ordered to fix Lake Ripple Dam; State says safety standards unmet. 321
Town, 3 companies settle 2005 lawsuit; Issues with elementary school project. 414
Trustees about to begin campaign for new library. 776
Underperforming label re-examined; State hears progress report on schools. 549
Vandals mark railroad equipment. 243
Vice presidency `insignificant' position with a colorful history. 1058
Virginia (Ahl) Simons. 214
Virginia B. Dufault. 158
Virginia Corridori. 139
Water costs no drop in the bucket. 802
West Boylston heads to the polls April 1. 364
West Boylston Police Log. 763
Westboro police log. 288

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