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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (April 6, 2012)

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'Shenandoah' shows politics don't change much over tim. 419
1st volley in women's rights battle fired locally by Stone. 681
A fragile beauty; Sisters' Easter egg painting a nod to tradition, culture. 985
A whirlwind, then fire; Brimfield tornado victims dealing with brushfires, threats. 819
AD's Desk. 686
Annual Chamber awards; Community work honored. 1109
Auburn Library looking for new logo. 371
Auburn town clerk, others face challengers in election. 475
Barton remembered; 100th anniversary of Red Cross founder's funeral. 1225
Bay Path moves to Sturbridge. 191
Beatles magic; Tribute band recreates the excitement of Fab Four concert. 750
Berlin Police Log. 398
Blackstone Valley Tech honor roll. 1540
Blown open; Red Sox tie game, then lose it, in ninth inning. 819
Board sets more conditions for Shadow after noncompliance. 269
Board ups cost of licenses; Alcohol licenses top list of hiked fees. 373
Bolton Arrest Log. 213
Bolton Police Log. 287
Boylston Police Log. 432
Brothers charged in prescription drug scheme. 420
Bruce Bjorklund. 313
Businesses will be honored for commitment to community. 848
Cadette to be saluted by Scouts. 798
Calling roll for the Hall of Fame; Boys & Girls Club salutes inductees. 1048
Candidates are lining up for June 11 Clinton election. 225
Carol Dunn. 175
Cecelia Zola. 306
Charlton selectmen consider using e-billing service for taxes. 266
Check mates; Chess is cool at Spring Street School. 1200
Clinton Arrest Log. 542
Clinton Police Log. 625
Clinton's skills shine through at Hartford FIRST competition. 456
Cloutier continues `Joshua's Journey'. 805
Community bands together for family affected by fire. 262
Couple charged with assault. 330
Daniel Walen. 254
Days of grace. Editorial 175
Delicate egg artwork is beautiful and therapeutic. 603
Developer in court on fraud charges; State alleges investment scheme. 615
District Court Log. 1015
District Court Log. 548
Donation helps fund `Welcome Home' reunion. 465
Eateries want outdoor dining till midnight. 553
Eleanor Letsky. 270
Election policies. 349
Elementary school use as shelter assured. 130
Enthusiastic Blue Devils take to volleyball court. 537
Fair offered `something for everyone'. 791
Ferguson receives award from Brain Injury Association. 202
Fielding questions on athletic upgrades. 663
Fine tuning; Joy of music strikes a chord in FSU Community Orchestra. 733
Forum to focus on race, police and gang violence. 453
Forums set on planning issues. 273
Four contests on Sterling ballot. 274
Frederick Martin. 271
Gaels have a lot of potential. 883
Get ready as reservoir fishing opens tomorrow. 952
Getting back to the basics. 435
Give garden pests, weeds the goodbye. 251
GMS students honored for peer efforts. 425
Handwriting Without Tears; Taft teachers learn innovative ways to teach it. 133
High-schoolers have their say on Student Government Day; Teens weigh in at Board of Selectmen meeting. 507
Hillary Merritt. 303
Housing lottery to be held. 210
John Roche. 296
Kevin Brown. 190
KFC/Taco Bell closes doors suddenly. 281
Khrushchev: US-Russia spat no big deal; Famed leader's son gives speech in city. 606
Khudobin gets an `A' in debut; Bruins' goalie stops 44 shots. 630
Lancaster Police Log. 307
Leon Andrews. 260
Local artist/cartoonist Andy Fish is (not really) mad about manga. 1087
Local gymnast earns top spot. 270
Location is `respectful and reverential'. 505
Lucille Carlson. 256
Markers to be placed in honor of Bartlett. 916
Milton Baer. 337
Mountaineers net early wins on the volleyball court. 473
Musician killed in I-290 crash; Ricciuti played with Huck and Pistol Whipped. 880
NAACP chief leaving with mixed legacy. 761
Nancy Lockwood. 201
Nashoba students find high-speed route to real-world challenge. 816
Neighbor to Neighbor. 241
Neighbors. 535
New coach likes what she sees in Nashoba girls squad. 813
No bail for stabbing suspect; Fatal attack on New Year's Eve. 481
Northboro Historical Society to host Carnegie presentation. 154
Not quite Linkedin yet. 919
Not so transparent; Panel must exemplify openness. Editorial 259
Pair charged with murder in motel stabbing death. 1125
Paths toward waiting for God. 707
Police chief says he does not want armed citizens on patrol. 1042
Pomfret School honors. 146
Prisoners help cleanup Clinton. 286
Property valuation winners and losers. 644
Pros and cons of Charter discussed at cable hearing. 747
Race to save Sibley; Students document farmland's beauty. 906
Residents oppose cell tower. 1434
Robert Coleman. 331
Robert Locke. 238
Robert McGovern. 239
Robert Ovian. 263
Robinson seals Doherty's win. 1757
Ruggiero keys Lancers' attack. 370
School panel, constable races slated. 680
School proposed for teens addicted to drugs, alcohol. 466
Secondhand, with sequins; Prom dresses go the distance. Editorial 243
Shrewsbury boy among model bridge winners. 199
Shrewsbury schools have new HR director. 348
Stags get their season under way vs. Assabet. 975
State champion. 131
Sterling Police Log. 1006
Student's play to be performed April 11 at Douglas High School. 136
Students lead effort to increase Heritage Corridor's Web visibility. 393
Students stir it up with bridges. 230
Tantasqua closer to getting school resource officer. 441
Teacher at Algonquin wins AgriScience award. 294
Teen sets sights on Windle cleanup. 652
The Past Speaks. 725
This mom is `Running for Ryan'. 723
Thoughts from Afghanistan. 944
Three vie for town administrator's position in Boylston. 804
Town election time anew; Eleven offices to be filled this year. 895
US counters Jet Pay move; Tug of war in court over Direct Air deposit account. 481
Veterans get `green' training. 109
Vigilant crews get some help; Two bills offer job protection to firefighters who answer the call. 739
Walking for a cure; Students schedule cancer relay. 559
WBHS JV boys were winners. 894
West Boylston Police Log. 714
Woof @work; NEADS dogs visit town hall. 545
Worcester's young writers show poetry has bright future. 1992
Zombies stalk the school; Middle School play is this weekend. 854

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