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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (June 23, 2011)

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$35.3M targets infrastructure; Manager asserts upgrades, rehab, repairs are in line with city's Five Point Financial Plan. 611
`Went to a Garden Party'; 3rd annual celebration benefits local schools. 129
5 vie for 3 school board seats. 449
A good mix. 177
AD's Desk. 360
Addie Mae Jolley-Smith. 107
Adrienne E. (Ronai) Kara, 70. 220
Banner Moments. 664
Best feet forward. 102
Bids for Thomas Prince repairs to open in Sept. 160
Blues rocker Bassett `A Bit Above'. 164
Bouges receives Honey Dew scholarship. 109
Boylston Police Log. 670
Building upgrades top special town meeting. 254
Business meets state safety criteria. 124
Campaign reform hypocrisy. 534
Catherine R. (Gleason) Melesky, 89. 194
Caution: Kids' Zone. 115
Charlton girl receives citations for pulling her brother to safety. 295
Chief takes a working vacation; Chandler helps out with disaster relief. 376
Colabello, Zuercher propel Tornadoes. 233
Committee to consider naming policy. 417
Council delays plaza plan. 474
Council goes cold on sidewalk rules. 555
Council, landlords reconcile on trash fees. 712
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1522
Custer's Last Stand claimed a Webster youth. 787
Diabetes, health symposium slated. 733
District Court Log. 341
Don't give up on Funk. 143
DOUSED! Towns compete in Firemen's Muster. 120
Downtown lost a gem in big fire. 540
Edythe J. (Sackett) Sleeper, 81. 193
Elvi M. Mungovan. 250
Emergency drill at UMMC includes disabled `victims'. 373
Ethics scandal erupts as GOP promotes reform. 721
Expectations kept low for this draft. 610
Explosive words. 105
Flags display students' hopes for the world; Auburn seventh-graders' project puts wishes into words, images. 538
FROM THE REGION. 1584
Funerals Today. 482
Getting soaked on field and off. 761
Girl Scouts receive Silver, Gold awards. 201
Girls' track had `good' problem; Algonquin coach had hard time picking a captain. 505
Give the good-bye to poison ivy, ticks. 287
Good food, good music, all for a good cause. Restaurant review 1449
GPS keeps girls on the right path; Sullivan Middle program sharpens leadership skills. 583
Grace (Prizio) Bombredi, 86. 372
Grace Alma (Rangnow) Gray, 93. 392
Grafton Historical Society to raise money for WWII monument. 194
Grafton man promoted to senior VP of UniBank. 140
Grant from Malser trust benefits Quinebaug River Valley Rail Trail. 331
Great view. 115
He never gave up on will to show up. 502
Historic buildings demolished. 650
In a West Boylston minute. 387
It's a `Mystery'. 104
Jazz and blues fest heats up neighborhood. 613
Jean (Megarry) Robbins Scott, 69. 258
John Villa. 161
June Buron. 185
Leominster High School Honor Roll. 1438
Leonore M. "Lee" Mathieu, 88. 428
Local graduates of Clark University. 246
LOCAL MEETING ROUNDUP. 1975
Local residents earn degrees from WPI. 123
Local residents graduate from WPI. 253
Local students compete at science and engineering fair. 123
Local students named to college dean's lists. 197
Love quadrangle. 170
Microchips help pets make it safely back home. 531
Millbury Jr./Sr.High School scholarships and awards. 1686
Modern love. 108
Mom sees daily reminders of loss; Teen died after skateboarding accident without helmet. 717
MONEY BRIEFS. 664
More trees in Worcester found infested by beetles. 203
Nature of the city; Broad Meadow Brook to celebrate 20 years. 871
Neighbors. 578
Neighbors. 173
Neighbors. 381
Neighbors. 764
NEIGHBORS. 438
Nesya Rabkin. 150
New Sholan Farms project taps solar power. 515
NOAA entangled; Regulators trolled for trouble. Editorial 288
Northboro man named Merrill Scholar. 139
One dreadful afternoon. 1252
One more time; Pike, Hogan suit up for Shriners. 688
Overlooked but never forgotten; Long-awaited memorial honors WWII hero. 661
Oxford considers permit transfer. 698
Pappas receives lifetime achievement award. 128
Parent: Opting out not enough; Concern raised over sex survey. 564
Passion for ponds; North meets South in lake association. 1023
Peter Mayer. 174
Political Candidate. 104
Princeton girl wins spot as Teen Correspondent; Thomas Prince student to represent The Shoppes at Blackstone Valley. 970
Raves all around for thin-crust pizza pies. 783
Recent Deaths. 987
Recent grad achieves perfect attendance record. 430
Reds claim AAA championship. 561
Remembering the Big Man's music. 814
Remembering the fallen. 567
Richard S. Mosher, 84. 280
Rivers continues to believe in Celtics. 623
Rosalia (Grassi) Sciannameo, 91. 426
Sacred memories. 289
Saul Raphael. 140
Selectmen hear about electricity plan; Transmission line will be added along Rte. 146. 363
Shepherd Hill students are Teen Correspondents. 984
Shot to eye gets man prison. 795
Shrewsbury resident is named new head coach, physical education teacher at Worcester Tech. 486
Six run for three seats on council. 911
St. John's Quaranto signs with Phillies. 375
State unveils quality seal; Forest products are targeted. 433
Sturbridge MOMs Club cookbook sale raises funds. 228
Tahanto sophomores learn about leadership. 503
Taking issue. 158
Teens will be talking `Shoppes'; Millbury girl among 4 who'll represent mall. 978
The right bank for your business. 817
Thomas adds Vezina to collection; Perry takes Hart; Lidstrom nabs Norris. 804
Thomas Prince track team places sixth in state meet. 640
Tower Hill gardens in bloom for tour. 447
Town scrambles for FEMA boost. 344
Two sophomores from Douglas attend youth leadership seminar. 179
United Way's local efforts recognized; Organization representatives cite benefits. 690
Unsung Heroine making winters, hearts warmer. 761
UW Summer Book Club sounds call for volunteers. 634
Uxbridge food service director wins statewide recognition. 230
Uxbridge Rotary Club gives 6 scholarships. 120
Valley Tech grad has welding `Skills'. 399
Veterans Inc. sponsors Freedom Song Festival. 134
Way to go! 160
Way to go! 133
Way to go! 113
Way to go! 153
We're not too far from tornado to help. 809
West Boylston Police Log. 1040
WHAT YOU'RE LISTENING TO. 819
What's in it; Health law continues to dismay. Editorial 358
William M. "Bill" Ritacco, 81. 341
Women with muscle, spirit. 864
Write-in to office; Recent successes appear to be a trend. 883
WRTA administrator gets new contract. 424
WYC break dancing crew to present moves at library. 597
Yanks capture Little League Majors title. 850
Zen and zin. 170

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