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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (October 8, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
`Beaches of Agnes' a delightful journey. Movie review 623
`Mentalist' to Perform at Beaman Library. 128
`Still Green' set for DVD release. 176
A cultural smorgasbord. 266
A home of their own; New Abby Kelley high school occupies former Norton Co. building. 669
A planet's uncertain future. 916
A taste of New England; Apple Country Fair returns for 31st year. 453
Accused bacon basher ordered held without bail. 343
AD's Desk. 176
Affordable housing plan supported. 107
All about Eve 6. 100
Angelina A. (Baldino) David, 88. 341
Annie "Irene" (Quatrale) Occhialini. 248
Anniversary events cap with Gala Concert. 397
Article for historic district approved. 437
At the Wright time, place. 769
Bailey not fooled by jogging Moss. 867
Beacon Hill Roll Call; A sampling of how your elected officials voted. 620
Biofuel use leads to win-win effort; Reduces foreign oil, pollution. 890
Blue Devils across nation, sea come together at 40th reunion. 477
Board freezes spending. 292
Boylston Police Log. 490
Boys' soccer scoring well. 644
Bruins' Lucic is wrapped up. 531
Catherine O'Connell. 244
Cecelia A. (Clarke) Bender. 309
Challenges didn't tarnish beautiful spirit. 898
Circus hopeful gets clown gig after Ringling Bros. tryout. 434
Community Foundation awards scholarships. 128
Council candidates mix it up. 734
Cultural grant applications sought; Oct. 15 deadline for Boylston and West Boylston. 448
Day Kimball lecture on sleep problems. 924
Digest. 673
Digest. 383
Digest. 607
District Court Log; Clinton District Court. 307
Dr. John P. DiCicco. 335
Economic tourists; Diplomats view Worcester's trade highlights. 537
Ellen Ostergard. 218
Festival on the common. 141
Fitness facilities ready to roll. 276
Flu clinic canceled. 196
Former JFK staffer's instincts ring true. 872
Fresh, healthy and inexpensive. 834
Funerals Today. 404
Gilda Boix, 89. 147
Grace Yahnian. 137
Grafton girl is headed to Miss Mass. Teen USA Pageant. 368
Grafton woman finds dream job in modeling; Photo shoots, runways are all in a day's work. 634
Grant stokes hopes of firefighter recruits. 750
Helen (Kneeland) Shannon - World War II Medical Corp. Nurse. 440
Helping to build a village; OSV patrons make Gala a success. 203
High school alumni look back fondly. 729
Ian Anderson; Embraces `first love' - acoustic music. 910
Illiparampil takes honors in Toastmasters contest. 310
Indomitable will; Hit by a train, his life takes a positive turn. 752
It's 1998 all over again for Varitek. 825
Jaime J. Flores, 40. 154
Jancarik lifts Clark. 383
Jerry S. Carlson, 58. 208
Joseph Cristo. 410
Keeping fish healthy, happy; Northbridge man knows aquariums. 715
Latino study: Education is important, but ... 514
Legislators seek input on tax policy. 345
Let's Dance. 169
Library is taking shape, but not without controversy. 1038
Life at the speed of light; Snapshots showcased in museum exhibition. 100
Lions look to rebound against Lunenburg; Clinton 43 West Boylston 0. 713
Literacy for wee ones embraced; Program introduces toddlers to library. 578
Man with the plan. 152
Marilyn Sullivan. 342
Marion H. (Kindig) Russell, 81. 511
Mary Kennedy. 487
Mass. is 7th in health care survey; In hospital access, rank was 33. 631
Maureen D. (Hassett) Wright, 54. 347
Meals/rooms taxes go before town meeting. 352
New police HQ on target for May opening. 659
Nine Tahanto students earn AP honors. 487
Norman F. L'Esperance. 224
Officer solves crimes; waste day nixed. 240
Oliver! 276
Opera in HD. 187
Patsy M. Russo, 86. 300
Pearl Jam is `Back'. 711
Plus fours a stylish hole-in-one; Oak Hill duo pay homage to greats. 448
Producer behind `Valediction'; Wachusett grad brings movies to Bay State. 570
Project over 2 years from groundbreaking; Plan to develop senior housing, more parking. 388
Prouty qualifies for postseason. 1424
Recent Deaths. 1009
Robert Doyle. 170
Runoff; Red Sox put the Angels' speed game to the test. 1880
School district will offer clinics for all to get swine flu shots. 458
Simple cost-effective tips on winterizing your home. 467
Slavery's lessons learned. Editorial 152
Smart approach; A regional strategy on homelessness. Editorial 219
Something scary this way comes; Scarecrows in the Orchard returns to Sholan Farms Oct. 10. 517
Sox fans will hear no evil with Orsillo in TV booth. 765
Spaghetti will help keep Auburn warm. 476
Stairlift helps to bring family together. 554
Stephen L. Shannon, 82. 311
Students eating healthier, environment going greener. 302
Sutton High soccer has young talent in the wings; JV and youth programs strong. 752
Tahanto wins battle with West Boylston; Stags golf and boys soccer also win. 408
Tax proposals pass on third attempt; Town meeting voters to decide on meals and rooms taxes. 802
Testing, maybe; SAT scores can still be useful. Editorial 310
The Tahanto Buzz; A weekly update of the Tahanto building project. 405
The young ones can handle the yoga; Message of focus gets through. 687
Town proceeds with wind project. 378
Town pushes school reimbursement. 447
Tractors have pulled man into competition. 1105
Trek across country takes new route, cover to cover. 877
Tribeca gearing up for updated menu. Restaurant review 1190
Trooper says mill fire was set. 355
Walking and hiking are part of middle school. 236
West Boylston Police Log. 911
Whitinsville Christian student receives prestigious award. 386
Winning is a relative thing. 701
Your gardening answers. 222

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