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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (February 12, 2009)

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:} text 2day, online 4ever :{; Do you know if your teen is `sexting' tonight? 839
`Tapping' a great performance. 490
40 years Friendly; Waitress is ready to get off her feet. 572
Art exchange expands horizons; Pupils explore other cultures. 565
Arts Center upkeep is expensive, hard work - and a labor of love. 751
At Blue Lake Farm, alpacas keep things humming. 960
Athletes embrace service projects. 666
Beacon Hill Roll Call; A sampling of how your elected officials voted. 1350
Beetle fears make city wood chips unwelcome. 611
Bernardians connect for berth. 436
Bids for renovations lower than feared. 228
Boylston Police Log. 688
Budget deficit not a threat to new state hospital. 487
Building bridges to the future; WPI students envision `sustainable Southbridge'. 743
Bulldog streak goes on. 857
Business leaders face future with optimism, confidence. 459
By the people. 239
Calista H. (Howe) Vickery, 93. 386
Cecile A. (Cote) LaPorte, 86. 258
Celtics ruin Paul's comeback. 694
CEOs stress Hubbard's peril. 436
City budget wake-up call; No rabbits from hats in Worcester. Editorial 410
City eager to support soldier's family. 409
Community chorus is 65 voices strong; Director: Everyone can and should sing. 644
CORRECTIONS. Correction notice 167
Council eyes reducing layoffs; 400 jobs seen as worst case. 595
Council making a difference for parents, kids; Longtime advocates take time to share pizza, fun. 757
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2268
Dandelion drink was a Christmas treat; Old-time recipes come with reminiscences. 572
Defense defines No. 1 Cougars. 646
Digest. 671
Dining here no siesta. 718
Director in the company of `Women'. 604
Downtown area targeted for housing improvements. 506
Dream on; Women's group makes it real. 578
Edna R. (Malanson) Garrity, 87. 204
Eight more than enough; Wachusett still unbeaten. 481
Eleanor R. Dell'Olio. 184
Ella Jane Oyer. 201
Esta Bernstein, 89. 142
Ethics Commission fines Amorello $2,000 for sick-leave plan; Ex-Pike chairman claims vindication. 689
Free physical therapy clinic melts winter's aches, pains. 479
Friendlier attitude marks meeting; Slow start proposed for recycling center. 870
FROM THE REGION. 1617
Funerals Today. 405
Gale Free Library has big plans for February. 452
George Victor Vasil. 439
Grace A. Long. 197
Greyhounds make it back-to-back wins. 803
Hart and soul; Crusaders erase 17-point deficit, defeat Army. 657
Helen (Polak) Jaksina. 473
In brief. 717
Indian dance gains a foothold; Westboro school started in '94. 569
Intel plans: No impact on Hudson. 299
Irene E. Quinn. 191
Is this money well spent? 750
Isabel M. Mercadante. 243
James H. MacConnell. 131
Janice (Lindberg) Dupre, 87. 190
Leominster skier, 91, still eager for next run. 628
Little League announces scholarships; Former players can apply. 265
LOCAL MEETING ROUNDUP. 628
LOCAL MONEY BRIEFS. 428
Manager wants to take over water company. 626
March vacations could become norm. 421
Mark King, 42. 149
Mary D. Booden, 97. 269
Mary L. (McKeon) Brown, 73. 294
MASC awards. 650
Maureen A. (Fenno) Higgins, 78. 418
Michael J. Fay. 237
Mills selected to head schools in Acton-Boxboro; Deputy wasn't a finalist in Worcester. 539
Much to cherish in long-silent schoolhouse; Group is forming in town to preserve historic building. 810
Musician on the move; Sarah Levecque brings restless feel to songs. 847
Neighbors. 250
Neighbors. 382
Nichols women are skating to success; First season as varsity for ice hockey team. 688
Norma L. Nowak. 170
Northboro Digest. 354
O'Dell sparkles, but Crusaders fall. 407
Officer's accused killer gets trial date. 442
Oma E. (Prall) Hamm. 172
Original Shark shines in return. 975
Overlook Farm weathers rough times. 493
Paula M. Ali, 45. 301
Peter "Pete" Clemente. 618
PRESS BOX. 81
Puerto Rican dance, culture thrive in Cleghorn group. 553
Recent Deaths. 1040
Reynolds rounds bases as athletic chief. 603
Rose A. Rabschnuk 1919 - 2009. 449
School Committee boasts history of women. 747
School vacation is meant to be spent in the outdoors; River Bend just around the corner. 667
Senior skiers conquer the slopes at Wachusett. 711
Some bad deeds don't define a life. 761
Steven Andrew Metcalf. 355
Stewart offers `country that kicks'. 520
Student charged in scheme; Allegedly stolen textbooks sold back to colleges. 609
Tahanto project moving ahead. 508
Talks turn to trash, overrides and time. 1278
Tax work-off program slated for seniors. 813
Thai fare in Holden. 779
The best defense is a good offense; Identity theft tops consumer complaints to federal government. 991
Together, Woolies prove their worth; Team finds words to live by. 555
Trash transformed; Reuse rewarding on many levels. 933
Trillions and trillions / Wall Street chokes on `rescue' plan. Editorial 282
Unitil rate case to DPU. 239
Uxbridge girls work their way into a groove. 490
Wallace skaters go golden in N.J. match. 610
West Boylston Police Log. 1390
Westboro girls rebounding. 763
Westboro music students to perform in Boston. 939
Will Jose Rivera become a police officer? City Council seeks legislative waiver of age limit. 541
Wong hoping for steps short of layoffs. 274
Worcester boycotters had a beef with prices. 737
Work-off program a win-win deal; Seniors earn a tax break. 573

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