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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (September 29, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
`Doing the job' for America in Afghanistan. 925
`Even the Rain' an unforgettable drama. 600
`Phantom' anniversary. 138
`Rewilding' author leads off library series; Safe habitats locally and beyond is the nature of autumn programs. 671
13th MGA title for Ruschioni. 325
3 of 5 open meeting complaints are closed. 461
A small cafe with a lot of imagination. Restaurant review 707
A tree grows in West Boylston. 875
A welcome Situation. 1641
Accentuate the positive, Fitchburg. 561
Access to the arts; SSMA supports music, theater in schools. 567
Acolatse strives to play for home team. 755
Airport antics lead officials to pot cargo; Cross-country flight tailed. 772
An old `Geezer' return to GCTV. 290
Anna H. (Fitzgerald) Flattery, 88. 224
Apple crunch; Limits put a chill on access to new varieties. 960
Arthur C. West, Jr. 253
Ashland man charged in airborne DC bombing plot. 699
Back in the ring. 1091
Barbara A. (Grant) Arcouette, 85. 222
Before Murdoch came Hearst. 765
Board gives backing to model airplane event. 231
Boylston Police Log. 669
Boylston residents running for charity. 347
Business briefs. 541
C.S. Lewis Society goes beyond Narnia. 739
C.S. Lewis Society goes far beyond Narnia. 407
Cairns memory honored. 103
Calorie crackdown; Rules will limit unhealthy eating. 1047
Celebrity obsession morphed into book on `American Idol'; Local author has two books in works. 287
ChakraFest. 188
Chamber wins $30K small business grant. 102
Christie's moment; Brash talk, Jersey style, raises the bar. Editorial 353
Claire A. (Davidson) LaChapelle, 63. 497
Coach impressed by Ocho's drive; Jackson worked with WR in Cincy. 397
Coffeehouse benefit. 136
Council appoints reserve firefighters. 329
Couple to take reins at Scales Restaurant. 309
Cultural Councils offering grants; Proposals for community-oriented projects are due by Oct. 15. 364
Dance for YWCA to make moves for peace. 613
Dance-a-thon for YWCA to make moves for peace. 623
David C. Hureau, 48. 235
Denigrating aside shaped Mariano. 818
District Court Log. 427
Dog ordered restrained. 880
Dogged determination; Land Trust sponsors race for pooches and their people. 132
Donald Vogel. 258
Donata Borci. 246
Dress for Success Worcester suits job-seekers. 770
Edward Phelps. 537
Eileen R. (Becker) Van Norman, 60. 262
Eminent-domain dispute could be costly to abutters; Appeals Court ruling could compound interest owed. 581
Eric W. Sandquist, 87. 362
Eric Weir. 224
Ex-preschool coordinator charged with stealing $12,000 from tuitions. 434
Fairness of police hiring probed; Civil Service weighs charges. 859
Familiar voice. 168
Farmer told to get rid of waste. 412
Fire chief warns about gel fuel. 566
First Honors; Teachers serve top students at annual Shepherd Hill dinner. 724
Forgotten arts to be featured at Rutland fall festival. 325
Funerals Today. 412
Gilbert C. Markarian, Sr., 82. 291
Goodales mark town and family history. 579
Hands of time traders building community. 739
Hard to learn in the churn. 688
Harry F. Colton Jr., 80. 308
Harvest fest. 171
Harvest survives weather hazards. 253
Hey Day to feature artists. 364
Holiday pops returns to DCU. 394
Hydrant flushing has started locally. 147
Irene M. (Sklarz) Brunyak, 77. 236
It's Clark in OT; Demers has 3 goals vs. Lancers. 410
Joseph E. Cernauskas. 174
Jury duty changes bring wooden box to mind. 1257
Kenneth Chandler Bourne, 72. 365
Lifetime of memories nears 100; German native escaped Nazis, served in WWII. 1241
Lights, camera, meeting! 617
Lions are looking to rebound. 746
Local cultural councils receive grants from state. 125
Love Supreme. 146
Man indicted for 2nd-degree murder in wife's death. 383
Man who had sex with girl, 13, gets probation. 214
Naps run hard on, off field. 695
Nature's recycler, the mushroom. 313
Neighbor vs. Neighbor; Rise in pond water levels raises tensions. 1169
No damper on building Union Hill play area. 594
No foul play in fatal fall from beer bus. 456
Not running on empty. 112
Octoberfest is a `big block party'; Fall fete coming to Main Street. 780
Oldies but goodies; Wachusett Old Car Club runs on the classics. 402
OMS students take walking in stride. 305
Osborn leaves tacklers in dust. 634
Oscar B. "Junie" Pearson WWII Veteran, Police Officer. 378
Out of wild; Red Sox fall in ninth; HR puts Rays in playoffs. 870
Patriots set to raid Seymour's new digs. 747
Paxton proposes plan for Wentworth Pool. 773
Photo contest announced. 344
Pioneers top Naps with defense. 2351
Police chief pins a new stripe on his sleeve. 942
Postal puzzler; Shrewsbury facility's fate still unclear. Editorial 310
Race to the Top, year one, is celebrated at middle school. 887
Ralph Bowser, 92. 213
Recent Deaths. 915
Red Hot Chili Peppers worth sticking `With'. 968
Republican club to host fashion show. 120
Riley nominations sought; Firefighter honored for 42 years of service. 221
Robert O'Connell Jr. 287
Run/walk will benefit Abby's House. 408
Saucony doesn't walk off; Landowner offers help with cleanup. 709
Scaring up fun, and funds at Major Edwards. 787
Seven ex-Engineers inducted. 412
Sign violators face fines. 382
Site of landmark cyclery rides again as restaurant. 600
Special ace drops at Green Hill First hole-in-one for tournament player. 544
St. Mary's School presents 2 awards. 185
Stags soccer team aims for a winning season. 823
Student news. 134
Students push clean nature. 256
Taste of Wachusett offered calm and chaos. 978
Teacher links yoga to nature at Sholan Farms. 681
Teresa A. Rudzinski, 81. 209
The fun shines bright. 104
The O.Co is charted Waters. 676
Three honored at Fairlawn. 415
Tribe aiming to gather 1,000 voices at FHS. 508
Trouble brewin' over kill in hunt; State investigating black bear's death. 694
Ware hospital atop quality rankings. 268
WBHS grad Janda tabbed Player of the Week. 237
West Boylston Police Log. 656
Westboro resident, CEO of health center, wins award. 200
White has logged 67 years as a Rotarian; Club honors founder, names two new Paul Harris fellows. 835
Wild Oates. 125
Women's works. 180
WRHS field hockey team is off to great start. 605

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