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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (May 7, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
`Dead' ahead. 317
`Give me 5 minutes' to save teens' lives. 672
`Imaginary Witness' gives unnerving view. 773
A place to `refresh and reflect'; Sanctuary inspires artists. 520
A time for affordable housing. 682
Airport grants sought; Loss of money on sale a concern. 680
Alice (Himes) Clapp, 91. 217
All eyes keep watching the skies; Boys & Girls Club teaches astronomy. 481
Answer blowin' in the wind? Town to explore alternative energy sources. 735
Area letter carries to help Stamp Out Hunger May 9. 467
Ask, and ye shall clean town; Volunteers mass for town cleanup. 738
At times, mud can get stuck in the inbox. 714
Atchue boosts Nichols baseball; Grafton native bounces back in junior year. 569
Auburn St. fire under investigation. 195
Barry St. Cyr, 45. 156
Bella's - a taste of Italy. 1117
Bonofiglio tames WRHS. 541
Boylston Police Log. 588
Budget boost to $5.74M facing town meeting vote. 371
Budget problems renew an interest in trash fees. 555
Budget, pot fine on meeting agenda. 214
Canceling hunger the aim in annual postal food drive. 543
Carriers aim to Stamp Out Hunger. 374
City native taking over. 756
CORI check; Audit finds errors, abuses plague system. Editorial 447
CORRECTIONS. Correction notice 89
Council shoos out chanting retirees. 325
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2656
Dam repair tops town meeting; Safety hazard cited in engineers' study. 380
Digest. 343
Digest. 491
Dylan at top of game with bluesy new disc. 645
Easing the way for eels; Project provides passage past dams. 1097
Elaine Judith Butterfield, 88. 141
Election at a glance. 157
EMC poised to make rebound; CEO sees light at end of tunnel. 684
Eva A. (Asselin) Pinto. 304
Exit LeBovidge; Pike chief ran into heavy traffic. Editorial 250
Fayard, Shute square off in election. 215
Fearless. 124
Fight against hunger is in the bag; Postal carriers collect food in annual drive. 399
Florence T. (Tray) Kenzerski, 88. 242
Frank J. Borges, 84. 219
FROM THE REGION. 1522
FSC students awarded at ceremony. 727
Funerals Today. 647
Gardening answers with Paul Rogers. 256
Garnett is All-D pick. 641
Goddard School staff honored. 216
Good pickin'. 176
Head assessor to retire. 461
House party; Guard scores 31 as Celts even series. 765
Husband accused of ramming minivan held without bail. 523
Indian cemetery lore just a will-o'-the-wisp; English were buried in abandoned plot. 1075
Indians take the fifth vs. Sox. 820
Jobs centers get a $4.3M boost. 561
Judith Ann (Garceau) Bolivar, 63. 229
Keeping COOL; With pools closed, city children have a few options. 1029
League official wears many hats; Uxbridge baseball has Stewart at helm. 680
Leona M. Laramee, 84. 315
Letter carriers set to pick up big care packages. 378
Letter carriers set to pick up big care packages. 351
Letter carriers to collect items for food drive. 440
LOCAL BRIEFS. 150
Local digest. 398
LOCAL MEETING ROUNDUP. 1179
Lure and lore of Purgatory are tradition for this family. 706
Madeline M. Jolin. 347
Mary Louise (Trotta) Blum, 72. 283
Millbury Curves' food drive nets 4,673 pounds for pantry. 246
Nash returns to Algonquin girls' lacrosse. 356
Neighbors. 821
Neighbors. 356
Neighbors. 360
New trash program, $8.7 million budget. 290
Nicol `hits spots' as Prouty pitcher; Home-schooled senior praised. 590
No napping for Naps. 217
No. 1 Milford bounces back. 414
Norman R. "Bob" Stanley. 186
Northboro election features two races. 199
Oxford High bands, choir win big at Md. competition; Awards qualify students to attend NYC festival next year. 350
Pair of races await voters in annual town election. 445
Paul S. Dubrey, 92. 81
Paying to ride to school; More systems eye student bus fees. 1063
Phoebe G. (Allen) Hollis, 91. 218
Platter up. 249
Police still trying to ID body found in woods. 391
Postal workers strive to `stamp out hunger'. 367
Postseason for team; Auburn tennis best in years. 503
PRESS BOX. 386
Ralph's at 30. 118
Real World 101; College grads face tight job market. 877
Recent Deaths. Obituary 1214
Remembering Susan. 81
Remembering the Squalus. 778
Remy taking cancer leave. 1248
Request for library on town meeting warrant. 847
Richard A. Allard 1929-2009. 263
Richard Eric Cole, 67. 381
Rudolph A. Zona. 350
Rutland teen has role in `Marvin's Room'. Theater review 237
San Jose makes show of support. 498
Scouting organizations to honor Shrewsbury man. 892
SENIOR PROFILE. 93
Sewer line repair will slow traffic on Route 9. 308
Sharks thrash on another 0-2 series hook. 620
Shock and `aw!' for B's; 'Canes win in overtime. 722
Stags take it on the chin. 781
Stamp Out Hunger is mail pickup for cause. 440
Storm cleanup question dominates election. 557
Storm debt on ballot. 194
Students learn art of songwriting; Hillside School holds workshop. 686
Study sought on merging school, city HRs. 405
Sturbridge excels at e-government. 246
Sutton voters face roof, engine articles. 418
Teresa Adomavicius. 209
Thai Cuisine satisfyingly fresh. 750
The arts are a thrill at Jack and Jill; Tots enjoy annual fest at preschool. 906
The graying of West Boylston. 746
The Tuckers to the rescue; Petting zoo presents furry family. 863
Three races on May 11 election ballot in Boylston. 5575
Three tax questions top election ballot. 344
Timothy G. Deary, 54. 517
Town will fight recycling center in court. 1011
Two vying for Planning Board seat. 1220
Unbridled joy; Couple welcomes underprivileged children, others to ride and bond with the horses at Blessings Farm. 1035
Voters to decide on trash, trust; 50 articles on Grafton warrant. 441
Voters to elect officials. 162
Wachusett volleyball team serves up string of victories. 578
Way to go! 149
West Boylston Police Log. 776
What price on public services' value? 668
WHAT YOU'RE LISTENING TO. 572
Wind turbine setback debated; Developer fears changes in rules. 444
Winning a tradition for Blue Devils; Coach marks 650th victory. 556
Write-ins, refusals to accept seats mar Winchendon election efforts. 322

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