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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (December 2, 2010)

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`Dire' news for budget in 2012; Committee expects serious funding cuts. 365
`Messiah' tradition. 109
`Out of darkness comes light'; Message of Hanukkah shines during celebration at Yeshiva Academy. 541
A dream wedding comes true. 627
A giant LEAP for students; Math, music harmonize in Grade 6 program. 693
A lovely reef interlude. Movie review 693
A rooted tradition; Tree farms celebrate 35, 50 years in business. 1063
Abbie Sleeper. 132
Albert P. Rizner, 85. 304
Andre R. Foucault, 68. 228
Antiques and local artwork fill `In a Garden'. 715
Are bosses kings and queens? 861
Arthur D. Froelich, 92. 165
Bad snap, turnovers hurt Lions on Turkey Day. 941
Baskets of help; Food bank gathers holiday fixings for those in need. 635
Bennie brothers finish season well; Cross-country state championship brought out best in both runners. 581
Bertha Terry. 187
Board hears plan for development. 542
Boylston Police Log. 470
Bruschi `excited' about tribute. 849
Buck's specializes in `Yankee barbecue'. 1376
Carol on the common. 157
Castle has room for more. 638
Chain of Lights ushers in holidays. 832
Chandler School parents confer on improvements; After-school plan is for remedial, enrichment needs. 580
Cheechoo having `fun'. 1199
Clinton Brown Jr. 364
Closing opposed; Families, officials concerned. 938
Crossbow suspect released to father's custody; Teen allegedly avenged theft. 602
Darkness in early Worcester. 767
David McCaffrey. 232
Digest. 205
District gets a good review. 870
Don't be late for Funeral. 115
Doubt in the 6th Worcester. Editorial 233
East Brookfield recycling center shortens hours. 187
Eleanor B. "Betty" (Leigh) Gorak, 79. 247
Engineers top Pioneers. 267
EPA official praises city's efforts to curb pollution. 595
Eustis W. "Huey" Cahill. 273
Ex-students pay homage to Jerry Dyer. 654
Flea market finale; Fitchburg closing leaves landlord, vendors adrift. 870
Flood plain research is needed. 151
Funerals Today. 568
Garcia likes team's fight; Silver Gloves slated here. 350
Gardening answers with Paul Rogers. 291
George P. Sopczak, 77. 216
George W. Petty, 86. 293
Gerald F. O'Malley, 79. 294
Gilbert Wayne Erekson. 256
Grafton High School Honor Roll. 542
Green Islanders' ideas for park makeover take form. 570
Greetings for the troops; Operation Christmas Cards offers words of support. 732
Hand-crafted gifts. 125
HC gets schooled in OT by Central. 600
Helen R. (Nana) Jefferies. 296
Hillside Restoration Project seeking members. 229
Honoring the fallen; Shrewsbury WWI memorial being restored. Editorial 270
In a West Boylston Minute. 378
James F. Bergin, 93. 172
Jeffrey Barnard. 216
Joseph's delivers on its promises. Restaurant review 983
Judith A. Haringa. 318
Kid Rock crosses over. 1005
Kyle J. McDonald. 281
Lie in wait. 110
Lorna M. Anderson, 87. 269
Many hands made solar project bright. 1220
Master builders Kids connect with Legos at the library. 172
Millbury Digest. 171
Minutemen barely escape. 405
Mitchell A. Kubicki, 93. 185
Moiz Mutlu. 193
More than 700 Boylston trees beetle-infested. 1635
Neighbors. 329
Neighbors. 376
Neighbors. 261
No bail for husband charged in assault; Judge orders firefighter held for 90 days. 314
No response to dentist's discourse. 727
Normand Charles Lebeau, Jr., 73. 242
Off-duty officer in accident; Woman trapped for hour after Lincoln SUV, Cadillac collide. 800
Pantry benefits from race; Turrkey Trot brings in estimated $9,000. 348
Patricia A. (Robertson) Hall, 75. 159
Pats must ground Jets; N.Y. attack poses a threat. 815
Peter A. St. Cyr, 68. 249
Peter Davis. 304
Peter J. Turgeon, Sr., 66. 292
Petition seeks kennel ruling; Barking, waste decried. 577
Players like Rivers' style. 590
Pockets of green; Town dedicates two new parks. 691
Police issue theft warning. 162
Police reinstate three recruits; Class was laid off after graduation. 412
Pop Warner cheerleaders, dancers make the grade. 562
Productivity: The forgotten freedom. 822
Quilt, map on display. 239
Recent Deaths. 1466
Robert A. Childs, 61. 306
Roger J. Lachance, 75. 209
Rose (Pasquerella) Pezzella, 94. 284
Route 49 closing for bridge work. 158
Runners strut stuff as Turkey Trot turns 30. 579
Saint has ties to this part of the world. 634
School parity urged; Opportunities recommended. 679
Seconds; Two Super rematches are on tap. 732
Selectmen set goals for 2011. 768
Shirley M. (Mossa) Gordon, 69. 269
Singing group competes in Canada. 341
Southbridge remembers four officials who died. 319
Special home delivery earns stork pins for EMTs. 249
Squeezing in that November day on slopes. 863
St. Bernard's Honor Roll. 314
St. John's Honor Roll. 1057
Struggling Sharks survive. 856
Student artwork finds new home at hospital. 678
Students picked as apprentice singers. 642
Tantasqua Regional Honor Roll. 841
Tastes of the season; Naquag celebrates holiday with healthy feast. 379
Thanks for Memories. 144
The return of Uke-A-Palooza. 654
There's always a Ray of hope; Allen's 3-pointer secures win. 707
Thomas, B's blank Flyers; Savard could strike tonight against the Lightning. 586
Time for a bit of pillow talk, WilliLeaks. 787
Tower Hill welcomes winter with expansion. 571
Traffic islands are set for a makeover. 652
True shelter; PIP yields to integrated service plan. Editorial 231
Vertigo treatment. 303
West Boylston Police Log. 794
Westboro OKs Hyundai dealer; Facility will join Herb Chambers Ford and Infiniti sites on Route 9. 373
Woman, 84, is injured when her car flips over; Victim did not appear to be seriously harmed. 278
Yvette A. (Lavoie) Fitzgibbons, 85. 226
Zipped lips greet Jets' bluster. 674

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