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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (August 18, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
$12 Jimmy Fund theft: 1 year in can. 359
`Diego Fever' obsesses Rev fans. 495
`Throne' proves Jay-Z, Kanye got game. 959
A global crop; Exchange student lives farm life. 701
A win-win situation; Valley Tech students work on school improvements. 723
After 16 years, Donaldson says goodbye to Light Dept. 875
AKC dog shows slated Aug. 19-21. 217
Andrew C. Warner. 525
Assabet Valley honor roll. 208
Bolton Manor gets new name. 497
Boylston farmers market starts Saturday. 501
Boylston Police Log. 391
Canvassing the neighborhood; The Artist Guild of Shrewsbury hosting festival at Dean Park. 709
Catherine A. (Peters) Monfreda, 88. 265
Clampdown on prison paroles: Officials debate pros, cons. 813
Cleary shines in college. 534
Colorful shrubs: a garden rainbow. 287
Community and tragedy. 822
Concert to aid tornado relief. 223
CORRECTIONS. Correction notice 112
Cranston property would do well as commercial site. 1117
Digest. 113
Digest. 204
Doris P. Burak. 280
Drowning victim was `simple man'; Mother also attempted rescue after son fell in. 773
Early explains value of votes; Initiative for Engaged Citizenship. 502
Ejections were kick in pants for footballers. 738
En garde. 193
Enchanted aisles; Denholm's shines again in blog, forthcoming book. 956
Ex-Tornado hits the winning HR; Santiesteban lifts Newark in ninth. 513
Fatal accident charges stand; Dec. 2009 wreck killed passenger. 429
Feast & Fire fest slated for Saturday. 369
Feds seek local wind projects; Interior secretary vows support for Blackstone Valley park. 577
Fitchburg politicos face senior exam. 624
FOAM rises to challenge of crafting unusual brews. 683
Folk festival. 138
Footsteps gone past. Editorial 294
Francis P. (Frank) Jackman, 79. 574
Funerals Today. 530
Gale L. Kelly, PhD. 181
Genuine need; Food pantry serves the hungry. 941
Global series. 147
Golfers, all ages flock to Doyle Tournament. 477
Good news for area's Liberians. 412
Grand opening slated for French River Park. 755
Hard to peg. 120
Historic hitting slump has Sox in a spin. 713
Homecoming. 176
Jaguars on the prowl. 135
James Konopka, 68. 169
Joy MacDougall. 232
Kathleen Mitchell. 365
Kettle Brook mower remembers dairy days. 560
Kick out the jams. 148
Ladies welcome. 129
Margaret Hennessey. 317
Margaret J. Czyzewski. 191
Mary A. (Dagnello) Trent, 87. 272
Mary M. (Krawczyk) Nowacki, 93. 217
Metal medley. 175
Michael Sacco. 325
Neighbors. 329
Neighbors. 616
Neighbors. 628
Not making it; Evergreen Solar disappoints. Editorial 408
Paul Moore, 93. 367
Phelps steps up to college baseball. 783
Philomena Thibeault. 220
Pondering being `Born old'. 839
Program benefited 1,014 youths. 364
Recent Deaths. Obituary 1133
Red Sox lineup needs a road revival. 1288
Remembering 9-11 at the polls: a local idea. 910
Richard R. Wagner Jr. 106
Rosa (Wallner) Koller. 133
Russell Hamilton. 353
Scouts put skills to the test Boys aid man who fell while rock climbing. 578
Scouts put skills to work; Rock-climbing fall tests boys' training. 582
Search continues but is scaled back; Man missing since late July. 324
Sharing the bounty; Farmers market draws customers to new space. 469
Shirley I. (McKeown) Lagerholm, 79. 211
Shrewsbury teens play for a cause. 182
SHS Alumni Association awards scholarships to graduating seniors. 320
SHS senior, `Sapphires' reign supreme among this summer's T.R.A.I.L.Blazers. 310
Sights and sounds of carnival; Local groups bring music of Uruguay to Latin fest. 1037
Signups under way at Apple Tree Arts; Community music, theater school has new space at Grafton Town Hall. 356
Snap decision; Three QBs still in the mix at HC. 1040
Students have day in court; Judicial Youth Corps intro to world of law. 781
Tahanto announces fourth quarter honor rolls. 627
Tantasqua Regional High School Honor Roll. 682
That '80s show. 157
The boys make noise in youth league series. 1166
The Rhino readies for weekend beach party. 1069
They are `reasonable beings'. 840
Tour cuts to heart of watershed management; Trees cut to promote diverse species of plants and animals. 910
Town helps get seniors on their feet, into action. 441
Town offers response to five Open Meeting Law complaints. 762
Towns cluster services; Joint buys often prove good buys. 650
Towns, nonprofits work on getting piece of govt grant; $95M available for regionalization. 651
Transfer station revenue could become free cash. 309
Tribute artist finds hunka burning love. 296
True crime finds a home in West Boylston. 1925
Way to go! 226
West Boylston Police Log. 912
Will they or won't they? Patriots starters have yet to play. 1015
Winning combination for downtown diners. 926
Woman injured by attacker at home. 334
Worcester Opera to perform `Carmen'. 193
Yankee Street Fair to mark 70 years of giving. 791
Young lacrosse players shine in Rising Stars. 550
Zeppelin ride is a dream; For local therapist, flying is in her blood. 762

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