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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (August 13, 2009)

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55 Pearl St. reorganization approved. 587
A corner of history; Russell Corner makes the National Register. 172
A slice you can enjoy at Grafton golf course. 683
Antonucci joins NCAA council. 122
Barrels help residents reduce water use; Rain collection and indoor measures conserve resources, cut household costs. 631
Barton mills are being unearthed by local man. 1019
Beacon Hill Roll Call; A sampling of how your elected officials voted. 1175
Better halves, not bitter ones. Editorial 189
Beverly "Jane" Fraier. 262
Birch her own singer. 764
Board OKs study of library access; Focus will be on reading room. 373
Boylston Police Log. 812
Businesses growing; backpacks filled. 838
Change of pace at Chilaven; Camp gives children a break from rough environments. 811
Changes evident at Nichols College. 788
Charge issued in teen drinking; Fatal car crash followed party. 743
Chief's career took many turns; Schmohl, retiring at 61, talks about his life in public service. 1100
Child rape charges dropped. 271
Claire Goodney. 304
Committee looks for `flexibility'. 621
Cool for Cats. 104
Cougars win Boroughs Cup. 581
Crete and Hakins engagement announced. 91
Daniels in Webster. 158
Edmund Foley. 298
Edward M. Nally, Jr. 277
Eileen Kozlowski. 190
EPA gives city money for cleanups. 126
F. Aniyah L. Cintron. 250
Facebook, self-absorption not all bad. 711
Fire station gets boost from Neal. 565
Following the Blind. 133
For the love of the game; West Boylston's Paul Weldon lives for baseball. 623
For Westboro, there's a better way: bicycling. 883
Funerals Today. 387
George "Jimmy David" Kalil. 186
Girl Scouts salute 3 adults. 867
Go slow. 199
Grad students tracking Marshall-sharing plan. 722
Harrington sponsors triathlon. Obituary 522
High-tech treasure hunt is on. 167
Hospital aces 19th golf classic. 657
Housing development awaits final plan OK. 851
Irene Holt. 247
Jessica L. Ela, 32. 195
Let's talk on extra $ for LHS, council says. 397
Libera Ferdella. 467
Lights will go out, Deputy chief honored. 190
Local talent turns out for Latin Fest. 780
Lunar landing; Moon rocks and meteorites fire the imagination of young readers. 631
Mall going up on Rt. 62; Lowe's set to open early next year. 315
Man gets 8-10 for rape of boy. 293
Man shot dead in Cleghorn; Killer knocked at the door. 634
Marc C. Richardson, 28. 247
Market to celebrate the season; Grand opening festivities set. 858
Marrello wins Mass. Senior Open. 182
Mary B. (Moriarty) O'Donoghue, 96. 290
Mary Edwards. 199
Maurice Connor. 344
Millbury honors two for work. 414
Monster mash; Bats, Beckett bolster suddenly hot Sox. 709
Neighbors. 270
No headline. 516
Not-so-simple Red. 118
Ohsana "Sonnie" (Tavshanjian) Nergararian, 77. 233
Pats' QBs: pass or fail; Snap decision starts tonight. 722
Pick your fungus battles. 245
Pictures of a happy summer; Creativity blooms in children's art classes at museum. 95
Police probe shooting that injured 2. 284
Pool issue far from being drained; Councilors push for specifics of '10 aquatics plan. 550
Principal makes the move to Paxton Center School. 362
Queens for a night at Ladies Night Out. 407
Recent Deaths. 687
Recognition time. 262
Remy wants to return. 1374
Revolutionary War revival. 815
Richard P. Janitis, Jr. 246
Rowing against hunger. 824
Ruth stars off to Utah; Leominster in World Series. 523
Saving the city's urban forest. 841
Savoring the bounty of the region's farms. Restaurant review 1272
Scholarly priest's deeds recalled. 509
Sky-diving raises aid for sick children. 466
Smoothing the waters; Aquarion's billing errors roil customers. Editorial 236
Sports spotlight: Holden Hills Country Club; Tricky 17th is a challenge. 382
St. John's High School Honor Roll. 180
St. John's honor roll. 250
State official encourages effort to save Manchaug Pond Dam; Secretary suggests transfer to public or nonprofit entity. 764
Stillness in her words. 109
Students in the news. 569
Surviving hot nights with hot feline. 617
Suzanne M. (Cataldo) Galvin, 56. 200
Tantasqua Regional High Honor Roll. 767
Team holds own against elite. 1010
Theater tackles `Seven Gables'. 384
Tied to the tracks; Fare increase bearing down on commuters. Editorial 300
Tree removal OK'd if resident plants 2. 372
Two years of the Q! 129
UMMC group adds doctors. 833
Unions dislike fall-guy casting; Police want full Quinn Bill pay. 705
Urban Roots. 192
Valera welcomes call back to Worcester; Tornadoes spin out of control early, can't recover in loss. 670
Viola Cooney. 371
Volunteers help soldiers keep cool; Sewing Center mobilizes forces. 684
Voters reject purchase; Hartwell Street site is turned down. 917
Warrant articles added; tax options divide board. 626
Way to go! 167
West Boylston announces fourth quarter honor roll. 526
West Boylston Police Log. 983
West Boylston theater group has `Love' in the air. 133
Wet behind ears; Odd weather sours sweet corn. 862
With a half century of friendships, Gillis Gauvin Golf League endures. 602
Woman promotes concert for grieving families. 303
Worcester Center for Crafts ready to reopen; Alliance forged with WSC in June. 802
Worcester's `Talent' shines. 122
You gotta have `hearts'; Benefit helps health and heating needs. 165

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