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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (November 10, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
`Ferb' role a real workout. 855
`Florence' revels in her sweet despair. 738
`Taste of North Central' benefits area families. 1351
A lot off the top aids kids; Shave for the Brave fights childhood cancer. 824
About those `good old days'. 997
Additional state aid will light up Webster. 140
Alice Blodgett. 238
AmCats field hockey team finishes strong; Women battle to New England final, losing 3-1 to Regis College. 640
AP program at St. John's has record-breaking year. 165
Apparent damage not necessarily so. 217
Bad weather? Think inside the dome. 558
Ballot tally far from over; More proof that every vote counts. 1051
Barrett's injury reduces safety net. 570
Big Four. 249
Book value. 146
Boylston Police Log. 571
Brady's bunch must point the way. 793
Business briefs. 589
Business looking for new clout; Post-election council changes. 660
Cane passes to Pisinski; Auburn resident, 99, is latest to hold Boston Post cane. 1074
Catherine Kennedy. 315
Cedar Street's latest incarnation blissful. 935
Celina E. (Cofske) "Tina" Breault, 93. 261
Collage artist to display works at Worcester's One Love cafe. 747
Colonials' Auzenbergs is the difference. 441
Commission states mission, member contacts. 213
Compassion in action; Peaslee students raise thousands for juvenile diabetes research. 598
Congress closes in on plan; 45 states now collect some form of online sales tax. 1041
Constance Salter. 532
Cruel storm; Not your average nor'easter. Editorial 361
December town meeting set. 610
Down and out in another Georgia. Movie review 651
Fenbys to receive Riley award; Couple exemplies service to community. 989
Festival of Trees set to bloom; Proceeds to aid city fuel assistance. 507
Francis E. Berndt. 376
Funerals Today. 499
Gail (Tainter) Popillo. 281
George J. Jalbert, 91. 488
Going on the offensive; Utility explains its handling of October storm. 1279
Gone too soon; `Jamie was a teacher. She taught us love and family'. 941
Gonet's penalty-kick goal puts Lancers in semifinal. 414
Haller is a winner - even in defeat. 794
Hats, mittens, gloves, coats needed for kids. 480
Helen R. (Meunier) Monette, 83. 264
High-end talent; At 6-7, Sharks' Doherty carries more than big stick. 1614
High-tech Canal tour. 153
Home base always safe for teens; GLBT youths find new strength at Safe Homes. 658
Homeowners are responsible for yard debris; Cost cited by towns' officials. 493
House prices are low, but credit is hard to find. 524
Interest in shared station questioned; Chief at loggerheads with officials on plan. 559
It goes to 11. 201
James E. Sullivan, 52. 328
Joan Crommett. 282
Junior Midget Lions fall to Tantasqua. 579
Junior Pee Wee Lions advance to the semifinals. 521
Life in jail for girlfriend's killer. 621
Lions host Maynard this week. 970
Louise L. (Lizotte) Lucier, 79. 441
Low turnout surprises, disappoints officials. 351
Lucy Wigren. 290
Manager raps FEMA on reimbursement for tornado damage. 295
Marguerite S. "Meg" (Johnson) Morin. 289
Marine officer's memory lives on with new award. 623
Mary Grace Auger. 209
Mary Sciannameo. 239
Milford has 4 on top docs list. 1204
Monty JROTC, Marines `cover back' for NEADS. 637
Neighbors. 442
Neighbors. 592
New e-readers at the library. 562
New Purple Heart monument to be unveiled in Auburn on Veterans Day. 189
NGES second-grade teachers give presentation at conference. 227
No fun in the sun this winter; Bahamas, San Juan flights put on hold. 767
No Love lost in Haynesworth cut. 485
Norma (Brown) Hoisington, 91. 293
Northboro Rotarians celebrate 40 years of community service. 289
Northbridge native forges career in stage. 599
Occupy group plans march, campout on Common. 519
Occupying the past; A movement condemning itself. Editorial 309
One Love; Grafton's Laura Dodge to display her collages at Worcester cafe. 782
Oxford Veterans Day Parade is Nov. 11. 198
Parents pull together to turn on Pop Warner lights. 201
Patricia Dinsdale. 251
Power to the Tingle; Comic's presidential campaign comes out for area's shelters. 658
Probe intensified to `forensic audit'. 829
Raffaela "Fally" R. Cariglia, 88. 371
Recent Deaths. 1181
Remembering 9-11. 108
Rev. John Burke. 526
Richard A. Powers, 77. 247
Rose A. (Potvin) Grenier, 101. 222
Sandra K. (Oster) Rembiszewski, 66. 303
School system revamp; Superintendent urges thorough review of grade structure. 603
Shaw boots in rebound for winner. 583
Shrewsbury on AP Honor Roll. 216
Slater monument will be moved for shopping center. 1159
Snowstorm throws residents for a loop. 987
South's Ansah seeks a life boat. 650
Special needs group elects officers for 2011-12. 220
Special town meeting; Spending items reflect tight budgeting plan. 204
St. Peter-Marian nets top volleyball season. 521
Storm tree debris can go to recycle center. 231
String quartet. 142
T&G building sale completed; WBDC eyes link to Theater District for $300K property. 612
Talking business; Senate hopeful Warren shares her views on economic recovery. 898
Teen duo's food drive in 6th year. 737
Tight-knit community; Sheep Shack's new owner gets a hand from patrons. 611
Towns go separate ways on regional board of health. 638
UMass points to pressing look. 1039
Walter Paul Plucinski. 434
West Boylston girls squeak by Bromfield; Tahanto sees its season end. 1033
West Boylston Police Log. 695
Wham, Bam, Thank You Slam. 221
Women wielding electoral clout; City has never had more female members of the City Council. 841

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