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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (October 29, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
A Stately Home Revived; Apsley Mansion once again embraces visitors. 2036
Acid test; Marlboro chemist sues over seizure. 653
After long political campaign, voters soon will have their say. 692
AIDS activist to meet with African child soldiers. 273
AIDS Project Worcester 20th anniversary dinner. 135
Ambulance cut in half to make call; Students will use donated vehicle for hands-on training in classroom. 284
Anna Maria opens site in city; College's expansion into Worcester part of five-year plan. 381
Anthony Joseph Trippi. 305
Bancroft School celebrates anniversary. 117
Barbara (Ewick) Trocki. 257
Beetles found in more trees; Climbers comb upper canopy. 341
Best present ever. 1344
Board opposes Question 1. 241
Book eyes nanotechnology risks. 490
Business briefs. 518
C's reward Ainge for title; `Visionary' GM gets promotion, contract extension. 818
Candidates for Flanagan's House seat question each other's qualifications. 428
Captain tells of icy sinking; Worcester native's vessel lost off Alaska in storm. 483
City Council pushing knife statute; First hearing set for Nov. 6. 752
City hopes garage can survive budget crunch. 555
Colonial craftsman; Paul Rulli puts personal touch on period pieces. 888
Constable is hired to assist in mornings. 235
CORRECTIONS. Correction notice 93
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2259
Defense psychologist tells of Stewart's impairment; Jury in murder trial hears of weeklong binge. 499
Donald H. Stewart, Sr. 219
Doris L. Eppes. 172
Elizabeth P. (Famulare) Todorov, 44. 337
Ernest M. Jolin, Sr. 184
Evelyn (Hollings) Kolofsky, 94. 112
Family affairs; William Patten writes of upper-crust society and more in `My Three Fathers: And the Elegant Deceptions of My Mother, Susan Mary Alsop'. 1602
Farewell dinner for James Caradonio. 155
Fashion. 709
Field hockey joins victory party at Wachusett. 1038
Former mayor Murray moving to larger house. 566
From Mill Town to Mecca; Communities spur arts renaissance. 1439
From tragedy, a dream is pursued; Vulter fund for football lights. 462
Fruit of the bog; Fresh cranberries go beyond Thanksgiving garnish. Recipe 1275
Funerals Today. 711
Gas line break halts traffic. 206
Gerard P. "Jerry" Letourneau, 68. 237
Global success; Michael Tien winner of Worcester Academy distinguished alumnus award. 549
Gobi, Comtois split on whether to kill income tax. 352
GOP group's tactics blasted; Benson claims her comments were distorted. 664
Grace M. (Eagan) Condon, 86. 309
Groton Democrat trying again to defeat Hargraves. 554
Hang time; After raising banner, C's drop Cavs. 934
Harry "Butch" Surabian, 85. 697
He's no longer door-Matt; Patriots QB ahead of Brady's starts first two years. 771
Health center leader in cutting ER use; Patient numbers drop 15 percent. 605
Hearts for heat Holiday House Tour raises funds for fuel. 1773
Helen E. Petersen, 87. 149
In grand fashion; Long views and plenty to do at The Balsams. 630
Jerome Summit. 164
Know if players are a credit or debit. 1280
Kroh flies AC into tournament. 791
Limit the largess; Treasury must say no to corporate bailouts. Editorial 370
Looking good; Style maven Bobbie Thomas says be confident this holiday season. 664
Lori Lajoie Charity Golf Tournament. 128
Low-energy ideas; California ballot illustrates limitations of referendums. Editorial 229
Maple Mustard Glazed Pork Roast with Cranberry-Fig Relish. 1166
Marco E. Lucente, 82. 314
Marguerite A. (O'Donnell) Hayes, 76. 291
Mark Ungerer Memorial Golf Tournament and auction. 109
Mary H. Grandone, 100. 242
Massachusetts Bar Association welcomes new president. 120
Mauro F. Consiglio, 82. 397
Mechanics Association annual meeting. 101
Medford part-time officer charged; Impersonation, reckless driving. 369
Merchants hope sale will lure new shoppers. 244
Miracle of light; Menorah central to Hanukkah celebration. 622
New signals for Nov. 4 voters. 889
Nichols roomies might help Bison check into the NCAAs. 1006
No headline. 576
Officials to learn about FOIA. 298
Old Sturbridge Village political ball gala. 111
PILOT emerges in school economic discussion; Colleges provide tutors in city. 633
Pollution suit yields millions to 17 towns; Gas additive MTBE contaminated water. 480
Recent Deaths. 1218
REGIONAL DIGEST. 1342
REGIONAL DIGEST. 145
Ruth E. Craig, 99. 112
School board delegation visits district in Virginia; Draft contract given to prospective superintendent. 386
School business manager hired. 413
Seasonal surprises for wine worshippers. 1261
Spooky search; Ghost hunters work in the dark. 987
Students to `vote' in mock elections; Project includes registration effort. 803
Teacher wins Milken prize. 194
The Quabbin Water and wilderness came at a price. 1920
Thief steals history with weathervane. 719
Thomas blanks Canucks. 259
Trapasso corruption trial goes to the jury; Defense rests its case without calling witnesses. 730
Trash, recycle business beckons. 725
Valley towns face shared challenges; 11 jurisdictions to be involved. 488
Voters add stability to savings fund; Playground committee reduced. 308
Voters clear way for manager. 504
Voters reject garage project; Animal control shelter gets OK. 485
Westville Lake water level to be lowered. 794
Wrapping up the season. 411
Wyc Grousbeck; Boston Celtics managing partner, governor and chief executive officer. 826

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