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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (September 16, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
$1M gifts to help at FSC, MWCC; Sterlite grants for student aid. 554
Alden C. Lindquist, 81. 204
An opening to the north. Editorial 282
Anthony F. Winsky, 88. 367
Average up for Papi. 1277
Body is discovered in forest; Police believe they've found missing Leominster man. 220
Catherine J. (Puls) Nadeau, 51. 257
City healing garden is making progress; Restful location for cancer patients. 377
City native taking over; Mullan to run transportation. 788
City to tighten up leash law; Proposed rule would confine dogs to private property. 546
Clark athlete's trip to Africa is no game. 1624
Corey returns to face trial; Kidnap suspect will leave NH. 363
Council seeks summit on city transportation; Train service, safety high on list of concerns. 387
Dice rolls; Starter looks strong in return. 782
Dorothy M. (Richardson) Yates. 182
E-mail message; Wachusett board takes law seriously. Editorial 271
Foley gives Rebels a tie. 1037
Funerals Today. 205
Garden party; Tower Hill marks 25th anniversary of director John Trexler. 692
Giving sight to the blind; Gene replacement surgery trial. 868
HC men win in soccer. 441
Helen C. (Pogorzelski) Lizewski, 86. 410
Highlanders take 2 in opener. 990
Kazys Adomavicius, 88. 243
Kennedy fill-in opposed; T&G surveys Central Mass. pols. 1036
Louise M. (Wholley) Conery, 92. 237
Man in police standoff sentenced; Miller gets 2 years for armed incident in April. 836
Marjorie M. (Racine) Paul, 85. 209
Mary L. (Ward) Posson. 199
Mechanics Hall rebounds in recession. 537
Mildred E. (LaFreniere) Mellor, 96. 223
Nancy E. Felicetti, 64. 361
North Lake Avenue park plan response is poor. 584
Patriots lack the mustard without Mayo. 747
Paul Joseph Vaillette. 283
Pesticide ruling may come today; Anti-beetle plan raises concerns. 408
Recent Deaths. Obituary 960
Retiring in style; Willows complex offers more than four walls. 638
Ron L. Hamilton, 71. 294
Rookie helps in power play. 572
Some inmates seeking justice don't get it. 715
Tiger paws get a grip at home. 706
Time for cities to join forces. 800
Tornadoes deliver a wild walk-off win. 592
Town manager asks Aquarion to `sit down and negotiate'; Judge denied company's request for a preliminary injunction. 354
TV show host's Hanover appearance canceled. 99
White Gold; Will people pay to save New England daily farms? 1481
Wildly smart; Preservation that works for everyone. Editorial 143

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