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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 5, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
2008 Red Sox Statistics. 1075
Anglers relish opening day; Reservoir draws lots of fishermen. 603
Anthony G. Venincasa. 300
Antoun Hanna, 51. 174
April's showers a boon to gardeners. 547
Bad as it is, it could get worse. 628
Cease-fire needed; Charters and districts share goals. Editorial 624
College Town. 639
Curtain call and applause. 901
David Cogswell, 61. 212
Digging out of the hole; Area companies had a terrible quarter, but there were some bright spots. 909
Dorothea Lynde Dix; Advocate and crusader for the mentally ill. 736
Dorothy V. "Dottie" (Laukaitis) Lannon, 70. 190
Economy plagues plenty of courses. 1644
Edward F. "Ned" Gilbert II, 72. 228
Flea markets expect strong season; Budget-minded itching to find bargains and make money. 1046
Four Bruins hoping to drink again from Cup. 1279
Gertrude T. Geran, 85. 307
Girls learn science hands-on; Middle-schoolers at WPI workshops. 380
Good Friday: Worship or study? 903
Greiss pulls out the penalty stop; Sharks take sole possession of third. 468
Harry M. Grout Sr.1940-2009. 183
Helen F. (Lafreniere) Lavin. 118
Henry A. Ellsworth. 80
HRs spark Lancer sweep. 741
If it's all the same, rename the games. 600
Kings of the Hill; This staff could be best ever. 1123
Late rally propels Algonquin. 410
Leonard J. Keyes, Sr. "Semper Fi". 437
Lots of questions on Ortiz in 2009. 729
Lowrie clouts slam in exhibition finale. 550
M. Doris (Weaver) Hogan, 85. 297
Man dies in Rt. 20 crash. 138
Mary Bird Avery A Great Woman of Indomitable Spirit. 459
Mary K. (Goodman) Corr, 97. 357
McLaren's 1st goal comes at a key time. 626
One-two punch hits area links; Ice storm, beetles take toll on courses. 1025
Outrageous cigarette tax is the real sin. 773
Passing grade for Patriots. 1021
Patricia Ann (O'Leary) Taylor, 73. 326
Recent Deaths. 1131
Recent Deaths. 126
Red Sox prepare for three-team race. 987
Restoring culture; An eye for detailed historical accuracy. 1009
Revs prevail in home opener. 503
Rising from the ashes; Stone Soup's friends begin with a garden. 568
Rita C. (Hebert) Keller. 275
Shutout clinches top spot in East. 816
Silt, sand and sighs; Environmentalists angry about runoff into Lake Quinsigamond. 1112
Thomas D. Cellucci, Jr. 763
Thomas finds himself at home in Boston. 583
Three times the reading pleasure. 793
Transcendental meditation seen solution to teen woes. 626
Well runs very deep with arms. 793
Willard L. Kittredge. 269
Wood candlepin tourney today. 802
Worcester out as HOF site. 812

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