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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (December 21, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
`A Christmas Carol': Getting into the Christmas spirit. 780
`One free bag' in Shrewsbury. 161
`Santa and Mrs. Claus' display keeps getting bigger; 40,000 lights, 50 inflatables this year the best in two decades. 675
`Yes Virginia...'. 495
`Yes, Viriginia'. 530
A good Scout does Santa duty; 8th-grader spearheads Toys for Toys drive. 577
Access Oxford given control of public cable channels. 291
American Legion poppy sales benefit veterans at holiday time. 353
And that's a wrap! Shrewsbury folks part of annual event. 590
Andrew J. Mascetti, 51. 206
Andrew Mascetti. 211
Area high school, college students receive accolades. 278
Assumption hoop squad sprints to fast season start. 464
Atty. Daniel B. Swan. 198
Bartolo "Joe" Saksa, 82. 250
Beaumont head named to pharmacy board. 141
Berlin Police Log. 255
Bolton Police Log. 311
Boylston Police Log. 551
Boys, girls soccer honored. 349
Brother-in-law indicted in Spencer death. 257
BUSINESS BRIEFS. 137
Carol (Howe) Hagan, 82. 320
Carol Hagan. 318
Carolers lend tune for holiday bustle. 424
Change is inevitable, but slow coming. 829
Change is sure but slow. 833
Christmas, you win. 1056
Citizenship award winner named. 245
Clifford Pope Jr. 364
Clinton Arrest Log. 327
Clinton Police Log. 641
Council addresses opiate abuse. 653
Council OKs money for cruiser. 169
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1542
Credit union breaks ground in Westboro. 294
Danger ahead! Time for parents to warn teens about drinking and driving. 938
Daniels leads running victory; Shepherd Hill controls pace. 484
District Court Log. 341
Does NRA understand massacre? 627
Doris (Fales) Carraher. 195
Driving toward safety. 1244
Eight apply for zoning board. 550
Eileen Rheaume. 232
Elinor Reiffarth. 238
Elizabeth Kilgus. 256
Eunice M. (Claflin) Porter, 92. 247
Evelyn A. (Surb) Mariano, 88. 209
Eyed for business; WPI may redevelop Boys Club. Editorial 265
F. Locke Myers. 257
Football team honored; Dudley congratulates high school players. 280
Forum to address accounts. 195
Frances Meppelink. 164
FROM THE REGION. 1242
Gaels' comeback falls short. 767
Gaels' outlook is positive. 744
Gardner's eight are enough. 473
Getting their share; 6-town highway cooperative cuts costs. 979
Girl Scouts give seniors cookies; Town troops join forces for holiday project. 578
Giving a wrap for the holidays; Gifts wrapped, donated at annual party. 592
Gratefulness among the sadness. 540
Helen K. (Krasowsky) Narris, 86. 301
It's the Winter season on D&C. 791
James R. Bates, 49. 244
Jeanne M. (Madden) Welch, 85. 452
Judith M. (Kubaska) Castano, 66. 169
Kenneth "Ken" J. Morrissette, 71. 305
Kindergarten students explain gingerbread. 492
Lancaster Police Log. 307
Leahna Lacerte. 211
Light Up Auburn! Annual contest winners named. 370
Local cyclists raised almost $180,000 for charity. 471
LOCAL MEETING ROUNDUP. 1155
Lois Gray. 271
Lois Seifert. 413
Louis Bruso. 240
Man wearing ammo belt at FSU arrested. 403
Mary Anderson. 145
Mini-golf fundraiser to aid Westboro library. 303
Mountaineers hoop team off to strong start; Just two games in, and undefeated. 471
Mularkey is a big Welker fan; Jaguars coach recalls receiver's successful stint with Miami. 807
Nashoba track teams shine at festival. 475
Neighbors. 480
New apartments open in Leominster. 218
Newspapers the old-fashioned way. 804
Nicholas M. Ball, 73. 231
No end to lure of Mayan history. Editorial 180
No more giving spirit; Ball security is Patriots' mission at practice. 701
Palace, Gabrielian keep the Rockets unbeaten. 1009
Patricia Ann O'Neill, 74. 371
Patrick says gun used in massacre banned in Mass. 439
Pension speed limits needed. 682
Pensions and package of perks follow senators; No money, some lifetime privileges for Brown, but a big check for Kerry. 785
Polar plunge is slated Jan. 1. 471
PRESS BOX. 153
Princeton agrees to conservation restriction near Four Corners. 321
Princeton postpones decision on pay structure. 381
Public Library board stands firm against rinks; Proposed site is in parking lot. 838
Rap takes the stage, rock turns Canadian. Interview 929
Recycling center keeps on rolling. 671
Reservation hosts historical society's Christmas Party. 698
Rev. William J. Gallagher, 95. 374
Richard C. LaPan, 79. 320
Richard LaPan. 304
Robbery suspect arrested. 486
Robert Frick Jr. 304
Robert Frick Jr. 320
Rosemond Curley. 234
Santa Claus is coming to town. 221
Season to apologize, offer thanks. 516
SEF plans annual awards dinner. 368
SJ's Smith ready 'round the clock. 835
Soldiers' wishes granted by Project New Hope care packages. 386
Something gained in Translation; Clark, grade-schoolers collaborate in art show. 703
Sounds of Christmas; CDs that spread holiday cheer. 1696
Sterling Police Log. 203
Superintendents say safety is part of the routine. 699
Tahanto girls start the season with a victory. 1190
Team Hoyt speaks to ESL students. 317
The Past Speaks. 541
The sun stops here at winter solstice. 259
These arrows are right on mark in leading hunters to fallen prey. 1076
Threat in tweet leads to arrest; Police say schools safe. 457
Time to address killer cowards. 548
Timothy Anderson. 227
Uncommon threads; Philanthropic clothing designers draw on ancient Peruvian etchings for inspiration. Company overview 1349
Verizon withdraws plans; Town House plans appear over. 840
Veterinarian honored for work with horses; Recognized for efforts in developing nations. 388
Warning issued on town revenues. 479
Way to go! 231
Webster swears in lieutenant; water tank repairs progress. 549
West Boylston Police Log. 698
WHEAT store takes top spot in window contest. 677
Winter slips in unnoticed; White Christmas is unlikely. 906
Winter's present; Say it ain't so, but we really do like winter. Editorial 245
Worcester Academy Headmaster's List and Honor Roll. 945
Year in Review 2012: July through September. 840

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