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

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Title Author Type Words
AD's Desk. 445
Agencies receive recognition for bust; Joint investigation snares gang members. 498
Agnes M. Masley, 80. 497
Animal control officer rescues trapped beaver; Position could hinge on Wong's trash fee plan. 456
Back to basics; Cahill calls for sensible school construction. Editorial 397
Board in state of transition; Selectmen reorganize; 2 seats still up for grabs. 578
Brian P. Keegan, 42. 462
Burnout takes its toll on panel for the disabled; Commission's future uncertain. 925
Business briefs. 481
Candidates' night set planned in Boxboro. 194
Care package effort for troops flourishes. 715
Cassell struggling as a sub. 903
Center plans to keep youth on probation in community; School committee panel blesses state program. 356
Christoph reflects on 25 years as a Planning Board member. 1070
CLINTON ARREST LOG. 279
Clinton freshmen edge Chieftains. 842
Clinton Police Log. 789
Colon sniffs more success; Red Sox rally, end road skid. 581
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2181
Cutting for a cause. 193
David L. Hageman, 69. 284
Dr. Alvin Melvin Marks. Obituary 741
Eleanor Chase. 257
Elizabeth Rugg. 332
Evelyn C. (Rouleau) O'Reilly. 339
Failed Douglas protest leads to bigger batch of complaints. 1776
FDR collection formerly in city to be split in two for auction; Many Roosevelt artifacts to be for sale through Dallas gallery in June and fall. 576
Four contests on ballot for today's town election. 466
Francis J. "Butch" Fowley, 68. 286
Friendly House affects many. 856
Funerals Today. 472
Gaels make the history books. 713
Gas causing a cut in bass. 880
Holocaust play is June 1. 268
It's a gas; Jump in prices at gasoline stations sparks CNG interest. 1174
Kathryn L. (Haglund) Direnzo, 52. 207
Madeline (Farmer) Parquette, 84. 358
Madeline Parquette. 375
Man faces arraignment for head-on auto crash. 246
Marjorie C. (Coggeshall) Bates, 95. 149
Memorial Day 2008; Clinton remembers the fallen. 610
More than 1,000 view parade, hundreds gather for ceremony. 694
Mowed down; Pistons rout Celtics to tie series, 2-2. 935
Parties vie for lost art; Shrewsbury paintings were stolen years ago. 574
Past, present military honored; Soldiers who served in Iraq, Afghanistan welcomed home. 397
Plagued fields, trounced dreams; Rams may never play at home. 936
Plastic bag foes make the grade for persistence. 507
Preservation tasks being considered; Tin shop, home eyed by group. 568
PRESS BOX. 245
Recent Deaths. 875
Red Sox games are way too long. 1020
REGIONAL DIGEST. 260
REGIONAL DIGEST. 183
Restored mill party planned by agency; Alternatives stages three-day celebration. 588
Reville for reform; Incoming ed board chair gives state an `incomplete'. Editorial 191
Ronald Resseguie Sr. 260
Russell Woessner. 327
Safety concerns delay inn work; Friends plan Nichewaug fate. 647
SLA comes up just short in Districts. 582
Sonia Matos. 107
ST. MARK'S SCHOOL GRADUATION. 590
Stags crush Bromfield for their final win; Tahanto softball team makes history, heads into Districts on a roll. 666
SUV crash into eatery still being investigated; Driver listed in critical, but stable condition. 320
Teen escapes injury after car flips over. 92
UMass scientist gets dream award. 511
Veterans' stories are life changing. 621
Worcester peace activist set for trial. 242
Young and old remember city's fallen heroes; Rites held at Hope Cemetery. 522

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