Printer Friendly

Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (May 9, 2008)

1-131 out of 131 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
`Energy safari'; Schools try to cut utility bills without buying new equipment. 1217
`Speed Racer' gets the checkered flag. Movie review 455
2 arrested in city in federal pot case. 564
3rd for Pedroia on obstruction; Manager recalls play in '03 ALDS. 831
Alcohol sales given OK for Green Hill; Beer and wine available for upcoming tournament. 444
Another rough shooting night for James. 738
Ashby firetruck fiasco is laid at feet of Wisconsin contractor. 420
Bay Path+video a winner; Safe driver clips lauded. 743
Beacon Hill Roll Call. 1116
Beat the drums hard for inspiring `Visitor'. Movie review 389
Beckett blanks Tigers. 1009
Beckett sharp, tames Tigers; Another HR for Youkilis. 710
Berlin Police Log. 248
Blueprint for growth at Fay School; New buildings, dorms planned. 401
Bolton voters to act on two debt exclusions, one race for selectman. 528
Bomb threat traced to Doherty student; 14-year-old in trouble with court, school. 248
Bonner, T'hawks hold off the Pioneers. 707
Briefs. 241
Business briefs. 509
Business Expo reaching more customers. 782
Call this one `what stinks in Vegas'. Movie review 468
Chieftain diamond play sparkles. 973
City-only lottery tix could boost scratch. 884
Clinton Minor League sees its numbers grow. 873
Club's baseball field is donated to town. 370
Cross checking; Police cracking down on drivers who don't yield to pedestrians. 1008
Daniel J. "Big Dan" Hosey, 55. 183
Dead are shown little respect in cell tower plan. 749
Debt exclusion for firetruck sent to ballot election. 597
Debt exclusion is on Monday's ballot; Oil spill cleanup at Jefferson School. 558
DeLeo and Newton are the 2008 Tribute honorees. 1001
Doris M. Chateauneuf. 143
Dorothy L. (Steelman) Giddings, 72. 184
Eden Nicole Dennis, 16. 96
Education turns around young lives. 686
Eleanor "Betty" (Friend) Young. 242
Energy firm makes home in Marlboro; Hydropower company will create 100 new jobs. 553
Ex-Hells Angel gets 57-month sentence; Convicted of illegally possessing ammo. 507
Eye on the core; Budget mandate: Rethink delivery of city services. Editorial 359
Federal economist says U.S. probably in a recession. 562
Field is defeated; Lancaster says yes, Bolton says no. 1836
Finance officials recommend not buying textbooks. 647
First-team kudos for KG; For third time, Pierce plays way onto third team. 870
Francis G. Ermilio, 81. 422
Frias admits breaking the rules; BBB president traded for Entrust. 1031
From His Garden. 251
Full slate of candidates seeks votes; Town election is Monday. 862
Funerals Today. 352
George G. and Nancy J. Bellen. 344
Gettens Lighting Center illuminates design options. Interview 683
Green party; C's crush Cavs; 6-0 at home in playoffs. 871
Hart's goal lifts Algonquin. 277
Healing art; Seven Hills Symphony orchestra emerges from UMass Medical School. 1003
Help is hard to find in Washington. 1562
Honorees have always been advocates for youth. 3397
Incumbent selectman, longtime official square off for seat in Lancaster election. 511
Jeanne N. (LeBoeuf) Dunphy, 78. 246
Jog With Judy honors woman's memory. 669
John L. Berthold, 66. 309
Joseph Kozielewicz, 85. 201
Josephine "Jo" Sullivan, 95. 169
Kiss on cheek leads to apology from selectman. 377
Kurt Hayes runs for open House seat. 465
Lancaster Police Log. 388
Laure E. Baron. 299
Leadmine area is treasure. 1035
Leominster driver not guilty in Atlantic Union student's death. 203
Library reduced to 3 days a week; Status likely to result in loss of certification. 853
Lions still perfect at 13-0. 1174
Longtime Westminster Selectman Baker dies; really cared about town. 617
Lucile S. Roarke, 76. Obituary 122
Man pleads guilty to having child porn; Defendant agrees to 6 years in prison. 506
Mark A. Slauenwhite. 233
Mercy out of tragedy; Slain woman's kin urges reduced charge. 738
Motel's license suspended; Two days to be served June 10, 11. 415
Nashoba tennis, lacrosse teams win. 737
Nellie A. (Venuti) Thurber, 95. 213
New director wants WHEAT strengthened. 408
New selectmen settle in for business. 488
No close encounters after rabies threat; Puppy quarantined after bitten by bobcat. 421
No contests on ballot in Paxton. 164
Oil cleanup costs on election ballot. 286
Olsson takes over reins at WHEAT. 414
Patricia A. (Champagne) Maple. 213
Paxton girl (SEE CORRECTION) takes prize. Correction notice 207
Philip L. Sparrow, 69. 298
Pizzeria OKs early closing; New owners unaware of violence. 466
Proctor does it all for Knights. 938
Purchase of wellhead land on tap for voters; Power-plant ban lift on slate. 776
Range's licenses targeted; Operation nixed; 3 licenses up to court. 658
Recent Deaths. 1342
Reports of illness prompt inspection of Fitchburg school; Health of two staff members at South Street Elementary School. 808
Resident spearheads movement to back override. 506
Romaine's grill continues to offer excellent food. Restaurant review 709
Rosemary Blake. 329
Scesny of interest in Westminster; 2002 death case one of many. 485
School chief ready to hire new principal at high school; Finalist picked to replace Grenier. 508
Selectman's race is lone Lancaster contest. 771
Selectmen restore building inspector as full-time position. 466
Sheryl Palmer, 51. 197
Shirley Ann (Woodward) Green, 79. 358
Shirley I. (Jennings) Wilson, 85. 192
Silk scarves add to Preservation Worcester effort. 253
State focus on dangerous dams serves repair notice to owners; Town meeting faces $250,000 request. 602
Sterilite to erect 2 buildings; Town is getting its largest gifts ever. 797
Sterling man accused of sixth drunk driving. 209
Sterling Police Log. 175
Steven E. Grote, Esq. 313
This marriage was on the rocks. 458
Thomas L. Koumanelis. 239
Thomas R. Gallacher. 214
Time to kill the hungry monster. 1095
Tournament fee structure may signal more changes at municipal golf course. 587
Town workers, retirees OK health cost changes; Manager says agreement will save $660,000. 669
Tribute has produced many champions over the years. 348
Tug-of-war; Superdelegates still hold key to Democratic nomination. Editorial 263
Two who help community get awards. 416
Union says school board, officials are distorting issues; Tensions amid contract talks. 727
Vernon G. Clay, 91. 271
Voters make quick work of warrant. 657
Wachusett expels two over April beating. 365
Wachusett walks off with first win. 935
Warrant with 61 articles to be decided by voters; $18.6M budget proposed for town, schools. 404
Wekepeke water; Would Clinton be giving up emergency use of the resource? 626
William E. Millett, 78. 246
Youkilis shows plenty of clout; Infielder is inserted at cleanup. 751

Terms of use | Copyright © 2018 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters