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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (July 29, 2010)

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`A gift to the community'. 776
`Once Upon a Mattress' to be staged. 273
2 join Fallon Clinic practices. 613
5 Questions: Patriots training camp preview. 1032
A family firm; Wine Nation got its start on dinner table. 792
A return to the stage; Irish Americans subject of playwrights new musical. 835
A splash of COLOR; Hydrants' blue, green, orange and red reveal flow rate. 352
Agnes J. (Calcagne) Desso, 86. 157
Airport Dr. memorial honors son. 735
Alaska adventure is still sinking in. 1143
Alice Ohristo. 274
All-star finale. 106
Annual reunions keep family close-knit. 567
Arnold Korenblum May 23, 1934 July 27, 2010. 344
Arts Foundation goes `Beyond Therapy' July 30 and 31. 436
Association seeks donations for Baker Pond maintenance. 244
Berard embraces wide world; Peace Corps post will expand grad's horizon. 1579
Bikers' use of trails OK'd. 195
Boylston Police Log. 764
Bruce Anderson. 261
Center runs hot and cold; Country Bank donates funds for climate control. 715
Central Tree welcomes a new principal. 392
Change is the nature of middle school; New principal welcomes challenges. 540
City closes 3 roads around unstable Nagy building. 431
Cleary shines in collegiate baseball debut. 1233
Condition of Prospect Street, Polar addition raise complaints. 364
CORRECTION. Correction notice 120
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 2572
Dance academy student steps in as director; Founder takes bow after 34 years. 547
Daniel Reardon. 213
Danuta "Donna" (Koziara) Mekal, 68. 214
David E. Cox. 401
Digest. 581
Dorothy A. Mooney, 87. 177
Drunk, crazy and blue. 144
Exploring the origins of Memorial Athletic Field. 836
Fitchburg paper put on hold. 215
Flora under glass; Hobby blossoms from new take on life. 349
Fontaine stays in the mix; Southbridge native starts hot at IGC. 528
FROM THE REGION. 1208
Frozen Friday DJ Nights. 106
FSC alums enter Hall of Fame. 832
Funerals Today. 359
Gathering cans and bottles, woman works to help library; `One person can make a difference'. 421
Generation gap just 1 shot off; Father, son vie in golf championship. 578
Gertrude H. McDonald. 311
Grace Potter puts soul back in style. 1043
Harry R. Jolly, 78. 263
Harry S. Drew, Jr. 137
Hot-weather triage for watering plants. 251
It's showtime! Summer youth program teaches all aspects of theater. 716
John Toromanian. 165
Korn, Zombie embark on Mayhem. 681
Leaving home behind; Guardsmen going to Afghanistan for a year. 1150
Local cable TV access to be set up. 162
LOCAL MEETING ROUNDUP. 1133
Longtime treasurer retiring. 160
Lot owner asks for more time. 712
Love electric. 156
Luke Thompson IV. 458
Marc Angers. 219
McCourty signs five-year contract; All picks inked as camp begins. 430
Mole Hollow Candles. 140
MONEY BRIEFS. 811
Moonstruck returns. 155
National SkillsUSA team success. 229
NEIGHBORS. 421
NEIGHBORS. 245
NEIGHBORS. 296
New directions; Funding cuts are top concern for new VNA director. 839
Old news; Drunks are huge danger on the roads. Editorial 250
Organ Concert Series. 122
Park Avenue speed demons. 904
Paul W. Hanslin. 388
Paxton girls work hard for Burkett All-Stars; Players do their hometown proud. 465
Phillips picked for national post. 573
Phyllis D. Beaudreau. 280
Poetic farewell. 134
Police seek assailants. 459
Recent Deaths. 690
Report defines WPI's value; Graduates get higher salaries. Report 294
Resolution opposes closing of threatened district court. 399
Restaurant Week a deal for diners. 1383
Richard M. Dandini, Jr. 176
Rules change for Open Meeting Law. 416
Sahara quenches desire for Middle Eastern fare. Restaurant review 1001
Salem Francis. 300
Scannell leads Clinton to win. 117
School board wants voice in budget talks. 251
Selectmen look at Auburn's sign bylaws. 481
Sizzling on ice; World Team Championships held in Marlboro. 823
Snow v. shovels; SJC ruling is right, but peril remains. Editorial 468
Stamps sticking at Denholm Building. 169
State advances proposed Briggs Elementary project. 613
State tourney next stop for Southboro. 790
Suspect in assault is back in custody as bail is hiked. 494
Tahanto announces fourth quarter honor roll. 593
Tanya's `Turn'. 142
The need to read; 12-year-old girl reaches 180-book goal. 595
The next stage; Renovations in wings at new Cornerstone site. 795
Thief takes safe, gun, jewels. 359
Tornadoes lead early, but Skyhawks win big. 146
Town official fined $2,000 for conflict-of-interest violation. 233
Two charged in theft of $40,000. 419
Uhl gets 33-month sentence. 609
UMass-Amherst Dean's List. 424
Water flow questions extend beyond school; Fire protection and supply in Guelphwood area weighed. 649
Way to go! 267
Way to go! 153
West Boylston Police Log. 590
What's cookin'? Youth Center, QCC work to light a spark. 646
Why not just put a check in the mail? 678
Wolcott family reunion reflects strong area roots. 308
World's a stage for Boylston brothers. 910
Youths, police `take back park'. 466

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