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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (June 24, 2010)

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Title Author Type Words
'Nadoes tip Jersey. 146
`Bionic' Aguilera can't rebuild this. 880
A blast on the 4th Get ready for patriotic fun! 930
A new warm welcome. 324
A son's pride; Mother recognized in wake of tragedy. 626
A stroll into city's `microcosm'. 684
Aaron D. "Ace" Bedard. 204
Achivement, skills celebrated at YouthBuild grad ceremony. 515
Acting to contain disasters. 645
Ailing rookie getting better; No timetable on his return. 551
Ainge staying; all else unclear; Celts pick 19th, 52nd tonight. 814
Albert Fins, 91. 526
Allan L. Cook, 88. 256
Assabet Valley Awards. 952
At Lakeside Bar & Grille, it's homemade. 1670
At Pampas, no need to ask `Where's the beef?'. 935
Attack crushes victim's skull; Police: Jealousy led to violence. 431
Banner Moments. 221
Barbara E. Kennedy. 289
Bistro born; New restaurant is centerpiece of hotel expansion. 544
Blue Jays take home AAA division championship. 720
Boone evaluation on busy school agenda; Panel will hear plans for Level 4 schools. 685
Boylston Police Log. 636
Bruins build toward future. 754
Burncoat Senior High School Honor Roll. 640
Car buff takes a shine to America's classics; Couple Summer Nats perennials. 570
Car lot sent to Planning Board. 937
Chief suspects single arsonist in 2 fires. 387
Citation honors Gould; Members named to town committees. 235
CLUB SCENE. 131
Councilors: Room for improvement; O'Brien gets good grades, but ... 718
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1850
Cranes aloft; Dawson fourth-graders fold for world peace. 426
Crowded field for council positions. 900
Dancing Fountains hit right note for longtime music lover. 456
Daniel I. Cepulionis, 76. 184
Debate on casinos rages, then halts on technicality. 640
Deborah A. (Ruggieri) Lazzaro, 56. 238
Dial O for opponent; Rodriguez to meet another last-minute sub. 609
Digest. 269
Digest. 373
District Court Log. 674
Drunken disconnect; Alcohol remains huge threat. Editorial 245
E. Brookfield to get lively; Events run through 10th. 430
East Brookfield bandstand board ready to go. 240
Edgar J. "Tigin" Gallant, 86. 310
Edward H. Mrozinski. 170
Eliza S. (Kurtigian) Haffty, 88. 218
Everyday stories. 104
Frances G. McManus. 294
FROM THE REGION. 943
From your legislator. 310
Funerals Today. 349
Golf bonds fathers and sons for life. 633
Grafton Hill business group is still opposed to CSX plan. 531
Hawley 2nd after rough start. 836
Hodges house gets new life; Grace Episcopal sells one building, revamps second. 682
Home is where his heart lies. 682
Jane S. Michalak, 91. 234
Joseph Charles Syiek. 419
Lawrence J. Bouchard, Jr., 77. 193
Library requests support for Adopt-a-Magazine. 150
LOCAL MEETING ROUNDUP. 868
Local students' passports taken from Rome bus; Wachusett Europe trip hits a snag. 227
Longsjo Classic, Civic Days brave hard times. 722
Looking forward to new season; A more measured approach to 151st Music Festival. 939
Lotte Rugh. 851
Margaret M. Duclos. 244
Mary M. (Sullivan) White, 84. 247
Millbury Awards. 858
MONEY BRIEFS. 397
Moving `Heaven & Earth'. 121
Muriel Jasiak. 260
MWCC President's, Dean's List. 492
Neighbors. 526
Neighbors. 657
Nine decades - and counting. 905
No Facebook, e-mail needed - just friendship. 649
O'Rourke shuts down Uxbridge. 764
Oil fire leaves man with multiple burns; Use of water to quell blaze causes flash. 266
One-bin recycling OK'd for July 1. 444
OSV: When Fourth was young holiday. 304
Patrick Brosnan. 240
Police officer receives award. 831
Politicians won't whiff on Wiffle Ball Classic. 764
PRESS BOX. 246
Princess joins cancer confab. 880
Pupils eating healthier, food services chief says. 196
Rash words propel general to his downfall. 727
Ready to help; Group supports victims of domestic violence. 528
Recent Deaths. Obituary 1126
Refresh grant refurbishes courts. 395
Ride With Pride is honored; Forge Works Farm receives SEPAC award. 620
Robert "Mike" Shope. 257
Rockies go long in ninth. 627
Ronald R. Trombley, 54. 342
Rutland 4th of July events. 289
Safety connection; Legislature gets it right on texting. Editorial 259
Selectmen won't support court action. 1308
Shrewsbury Awards. 304
Shrewsbury woman catches falcons on film; Downtown office gives bird's eye view. 614
Spellane inquiry ended; Told to amend statements. 814
Stroll over, Beethoven; '50s-'60s celebration ready to roll. 492
Student musicians attend festivals. 305
Students always her Primary concern. 1294
Students' mural brightens clinic. 237
Summer family fun? Stay home. 497
Summer forecast: Heavy biomass. 290
Suspect guilty in two shootings; 1 killed, 1 paralyzed in 2007; plea bargain for manslaughter brings 18- to 20-year sentence. 578
Teachers defer pay raises 1 year to save 5-12 jobs from budget ax; Curriculum director to become principal; $80K job to be left vacant. 427
The hot rods are coming; Batmobile, Playmate are in Summer Nationals lineup. 754
Thelma Kroll. 284
Totally Fly. 121
Town officials recognized. 112
Two appointed in police department. 194
Uxbridge Awards. 423
Valley Tech Awards. 856
Way to go! 193
Way to go! 278
Way to go! 142
Way to go! 234
Weaponized. 114
West Boylston 5K raised money for WestBEST. 826
West Boylston Police Log. 786
Westminster school aces in Kids Fitness Challenge. 544
What's in a name? 179
William A. Pepka Sr. 329
William S. "Bill" Dobeck, 46. 160
World Cup's a kick for US. Editorial 149
World's Fair rollover ended Dymaxion's rise. 678

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