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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (December 15, 2011)

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$41.3M budget OK'd, a 3.25 percent hike. 456
`Carol' at Pakachoag Group to perform family version of Dickens classic. 576
`Two Guys' ends 250-episode run. 182
`Winter's Cheer'. 189
Aaron Gray. 224
All together now. 216
Alleged jailhouse drug plot foiled; 7 charged in secret indictments. 467
Auburn narrows middle school project to three firms. 513
Banish the darkness with plans, plants. 297
Bay Path wins at buzzer. 893
Bennie line is just too much. 495
Birds return to Cedar Hill; Clearing of invasive plants allows wildlife to flourish. 558
Blue Christmas service scheduled. 193
Book hurls a screwball of odd baseball lore. 733
Boylston Police Log. 680
Business briefs. 258
Bylaw changes address fines for false alarms. 410
Carmen Salluce. 395
Catherine M. Turnblom. 336
Chief clarifies `insulting' report. 313
City gets taste of Ghanaian fare. 1004
Co-host sought for Charter TV3 show. 136
Crawford library celebrates LEED certification; Building green cost more initially, but will save thousands over time. 625
Creative shopping boosted; Local gifts urged to spur businesses. 1044
Daniels ready for hit parade; Returning Celt fully recovered. 788
David Prouty Honor Roll. 357
Different strokes for a basketball lifer; Shrewsbury's Aulenback lands rowing scholarship. 647
District Court Log. 217
Dogged determination; 14-year-old musher competes nationally. 1334
Dorothy V. (Carlberg) Anderson. 272
Douglas board to hold off on allowing call-in meetings. 386
East Brookfield delays hiring for secretary. 173
Edward Chaleki. 127
Edward Claprood. 278
Elvi Phelps. 231
Enrollments worry school district. 561
Fallen firefighter mourned. 470
Family Day. 104
Fire `victim' search ends at friend's couch; Robbins taken to court on unrelated charges. 911
Fire departments join for coverage. 968
Fired town official fires back; Discrimination complaint launched at three selectmen. 411
Folk gets loud. 110
Funerals Today. 311
Gengels to be honored at gala. 193
Gerald F. Perry, 82. 252
Grandparents proud of Rhodes scholar. 759
Have skates, will style, says city hairdresser. 605
Heywood staff honored at annual recognition dinner. 1017
Honky-tonk blues. 142
Honor Roll. 169
Hudson gets some cold revenge. 639
Invest in early childhood ed. 729
Jeanne Rose (Picard) Duquette, 80. 309
Joyce A. (Cane) Latino. 186
June Greenfield. 299
Katherine M. (Anas) Nadeau, 89. 370
Lacrosse star headed for Oregon. 867
Learning, fun power robotics; Teen creates program at Nativity School. 743
Libraries use grant to restore historic map. 251
Light is still handling a heavy load. 978
Lions cheerleaders place fifth. 434
Lowrie goes for reliever. 411
Makinen jury gets graphic pix; Victim stabbed 138 times. 573
March madness? Closings are reconsidered for warm weather. 751
Marion T. (Hisoire) Sawyer, 80. 279
Mary Catherine (Bullens) Leahy, 83. 232
Mary Olson. 273
MassDOT officials plead not guilty; Corruption in contract awards alleged. 346
Meany returns to Wildcats ice as new coach. 495
Mystery dinner theater to feature local celebs. 1089
Nicole Lee and John Cogswell announce engagement. 148
Northboro building wins LEED gold certification. 358
Paille leads surge to top; Another win minus Chara. 719
Patriots downplay Tebowmania; Denver's spirited QB is enjoying the ride. 802
Pearl P. (Drake) Gehring, 78. 257
Plant upgrade under budget; $52.7M program also a month early. 513
Recent Deaths. 1220
Regulations stop action on taxes; Town manager to check with state. 639
Revised property values due Feb. Officials strive for open process. 741
Richard F. "Dick" Aube. 283
Rita E. Duclos, 90. 292
Rita I. (Asselin) Magnusson Scarry, 94. 223
Rizpah Warbin. 306
Robert W. Grady, 92. 312
Romancing the stones. 755
Rumored school threat discounted. 321
Russell I. Hatstat, 55. 323
Ruth (Shaw) Putnam. 247
Rutland's rebuilt cruisers are good as new. 358
Sad day as Whittier's `director of happiness' retires after 14 years. 654
Sad day; Grateful farewell for a firefighter. Editorial 430
Script a surprise. Editorial 344
Selectmen want new intersection rebuilt; Board cites numerous complaints, accidents on roadway. 609
SEPAC sponsors Dec. 5 roundtable on special education in Shrewsbury. Discussion 693
Sharing the stage. 158
Sharks grow teeth on trip. 1613
Shepherd Hill Regional High School Honor Roll. 1258
Snow cover at Ski Ward is a welcome sight. 803
South High Honor Roll. 461
South Pond ramp completion celebrated. 230
Stags' frenzied comeback falls just short. 991
Students read, teachers pedal. 476
Support group adds to fund. 960
Swim team dives into season WRHS swimmers ready to race. 608
Tahanto student honored. 147
Taking the plunge at Lake Chauncy. 136
The `perverted' Globe of old. 766
The season of tradition. 989
Victim says co-worker saved his life; Dudley man in hit-and-run accident. 474
Voke time limit. 586
Voters OK it all; Playground request reduced. 712
Warren "Sage Brush" W. Grimes, 73. 297
Watershed group lauds principal. 695
West Boylston Police Log. 1080
Westboro grad places third in Binghamton competition. 215
What's the buzz? 123
Zena E. Uzep, 55. 251

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