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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (September 11, 2008)

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`FISH! Philosophy' hooks educator; Uxbridge school chief touts idea. 337
`Stat' for life sciences; State agency's goals for growth outlined in city. 608
2 charged in use of stolen card at mall; Jewelry purchases alert manager. 376
A time for granting funds. 391
Area youths catch the wave; Phelps inspires young swimmers. 504
Assabet looks to build on recent success. 725
Auburn, Shrewsbury set to battle. 342
Barbara E. Halldin. 245
Bay's producing in pennant race. 840
Beacon Hill Roll Call. 1447
Beetle battle; Eradication cost a federal responsibility. Editorial 373
Beverly M. Alward-Jones. 140
Bluegrass festival evolved at Rocky Acres; Annual event now a two-day affair. 465
Boards pick new town planner; Ex-CMRPC official chosen. 372
Boylston police log. 692
Business briefs. 455
Carl J. Berglind, 81. 268
Carlo decides to retire; Superintendent steps down in Dec. 617
Charter suspends digitization; Cable TV freeze-ups blamed on equipment. 621
Christina Mongeau. 117
Church to reveal renovated sanctuary; 1st Congregational service is Sunday. 633
Clifford E. Bleau, 72. 245
Clinton Gaels aiming to turn things around. 914
Comments sought on Town House. 221
Daniel J. Flynn, Jr., 65. 256
District Court logs. 139
Doc receives extension; Deal through 2010-11 season, at $5.5M per year. 445
Donald W. Nass, 87. 380
Doris (Perry) Cronin, 80. 290
Dorothy A. Hackett. 210
Dorothy Seay. 240
Drive time; State's graduated licensing for youth best route. Editorial 243
Edward J. Roix, 61. 245
Election has House race. 866
For Chieftains, team comes first. 713
Former Gitto/Global execs indicted; Bogus companies cited in alleged fraud. 1045
Francis R. "Frank" Mycko, 58. 179
Freda V. (Walker) Hill. 118
FSC honors its longtime workers; Years of service are recognized. 196
Fundraiser kicks up bucks to support ARC services. 892
Funerals Today. 178
Funny guy. 107
Gerald L. Snay Sr. 206
German film `Before the Fall' explores little-explored terrain. Movie review 729
Gov. Patrick makes stop in Shrewsbury. 324
Greenway Challenge gets tougher; Six-mile mountain bike segment has been added. 586
Heat On effort gears up for winter; Program helps pay heat costs. 497
Helen L. Noble. 219
Hope you like jammin'. 110
Info access is improved for town Web site. 245
Italian citizen to stay on board; Town counsel issues opinion. 518
James Harvey. 123
James J. Rahaim Jr. 251
James L. Clifford, 83. 737
Knights outlast Gaels. 1028
Lincoln St. work worries neighbors; North Parkway traffic redesign. 537
Lions moving forward with veteran team. 759
Luxembourg discovery discussed at WAM. 272
Making the leap to a career. 943
Marie R. Riley. 421
Marjorie M. Heckman. 257
Martha E. Walker. 140
Med School propels ahead; UMass sites to get $448M. 563
Michael A. Bodinizzo. 287
More of same with Favre; Jets let QB play his game while easing into system. 789
Moss knows it isn't easy; WR is ready to move on. 746
Naps outlast Patriots. 1028
Nashoba intends to step it up this year. 589
Naughton bests rival at fundraising; Out-of-state donors aid Kerrigan. 338
Naughton faces Kerrigan in primary; Election is Tuesday, Sept. 16. 769
Naughton sought three court posts; State representative had denied he was interested. 866
Needed road work far exceeds the money. 527
New lineup for Stags field hockey team. 677
Nichols dinner: A party in lieu of taxes. 927
Northboro man hit by BB on Main Street. 267
Northboro police log. 352
Novakowski excited to lead Eagles into future. 709
Officials list long- and short-term solutions. 928
On the road to good health; Van brings care to patients. 681
Oxford woman saw 9-11 close-up. 594
Pain of Sept. 11 starting to fade away with time. 801
Patricia A. "Trish" (McNally) Santoro, 82. 408
Paul F. Gleisberg, 68. 252
Pauline (Carrier) Beauchesne, 81. 121
Picking out plants that are ready for winter. 578
Police sued over death scene conduct; Sister says corpse was posed, photographed. 721
Rams outlast Indians. 1028
Recent Deaths. 1097
Robert A. Bennet Jr., 72. 221
Ronald A. Ciesluk, 69. 259
Rose Ann (Tebo) Tyler. 190
School chief readying for potential shortfalls. 337
School district adds 1 teacher, upgrades another. 450
Schulz lifts Crusaders over Friars. 426
Search firm tapped for new school chief; `Shallow pool' of candidates feared. 187
Selectman Phillips: Time on duty benefits two states. 1020
Selectmen receive letter of apology. 567
Shady paper barking up the wrong tree. 762
Shrewsbury police log. 1894
Sidewalk trash pileups a concern; Board also airs stray-cat issue. 558
Slow-going time at CitySquare? Mall demolition delayed; leased space unsecured. 625
Soph scores 3 as Zalneraitis wins 200th. 494
Stability boosts city's ratings; Fiscal health acknowledged. 792
State goes after developer for wetlands, timber clearing. 816
State primary is next Tuesday. 606
Sting Rays; Pena homer sinks Sox in the 14th inning. 842
Tampa prevails in 14th. 1248
Team will send new trash plan before voters; Pay-as-you-throw approved. 496
The future of our history; Museum kicks off campaign for new home, visitor center. 708
The mother of all New England hurricanes, 70 years ago. 1128
The Spirit of America; Sights, sounds of Army history are marching into DCU Center. 1275
The world grows a little smaller with each long trip I take. 621
Thoroughly Modern Morris. 119
Three men plead not guilty in slaying; N.H. man killed after leaving party in city. 771
Troubled library alters rules for borrowing. 530
Two Democratic candidates face off at state primary. 616
Two schools plan to convert to gas; Request will go before voters. 652
Vana's reign ending; Lot going on this summer. 1462
Vandalism explanations differ. 898
Vineyard derby exciting for all. 869
Wachusett ready for a strong showing. 754
Weir conditions at Quaboag to be reviewed; State EPA to look at town panel's ruling. 1173
West Boylston police log. 927
Westboro police log. 392
While officials deliberate, evacuees stay away from home. 583
Wine, dine at Military Ball; Pepper's to cater gala put on by Mass. Veterans. 755
Wong praises new police approaches. 298
Young athletes are in the running for top track title. 1168

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