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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (December 23, 2012)

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`Broken pipeline' hampers Mass. Manufacturers face shortage of skilled workers. 1047
`Home game' for Pats vs. Jags; Florida fans want to see Brady & Co. 691
`Kill' a word that's been done to death. 586
`Shining star' remembered. 979
`Special times'; Jaguars' Duffner reflects on Holy Cross years. 793
A family's journey; Overcoming grief, the Gengels recount how they made their daughter's dream a reality. 1448
Ageless Pierce at head of his class. 2419
Barbara M. Faulkner, 83. 182
Bridge to college; Dual enrollment segue to higher education. 1277
Business Briefs. 1140
Business People. 627
Charles A. Hodgkins, 85. 298
Christian Aussenheimer. 312
Christina F. Valencourt. 288
College Town. 1050
Concierge practice offers health care with extras. 599
Crusaders make gifted Harvard sweat out win. 694
Day Kimball HomeCare gets high scores in survey. 864
Denise (Umphrey) Duddie, 42. 282
Diego set for bigger role; Revolution high on 17-year-old. 1175
Do you know where this is? 237
Does anyone have a Plan C? Editorial 219
Dolores A. (Potenti) D'Acri, 81. 349
Doss' 24 points key to Red Raiders win. 409
Ernest A. Desroches, 91. 294
Farmers markets give local wineries an economic boost; State law change OK'd in 2010. 753
Games institute a good start for startups. 894
George Paul Cammuso. 376
Good Deeds. 564
Guenther helps Naps torch SPM; Perez, Frias also shine in victory. 439
Happy leads Wachusett; No. 2 Mountaineers hang on to top No. 1 Colonials. 1339
Helen T. Wajda, 90. 269
Herczeg is a profile in courage. 716
Holiday travel surge is forecast; Busiest season in 6 years predicted. 1151
Kerry's moment; An expected and excellent nomination. Editorial 175
Local college endowments have rebounded; Investments gaining ground. 746
Love of family inspiration behind business; Lunenburg couple offer T-shirts with a message. 773
Many following 49ers-Seahawks. 1054
Maria (Mary) F. Chase, 80. 265
Mary Jane Prince, 87. 279
Maureen Farrey, 68. 306
Michelena A. (Laganelli) Ethier, 83. 278
MILITARY NOTES. 267
Neil J. Shaughnessy, 51. 212
No. 4 Auburn beaten; Marlboro jumps on turnovers. 455
NRA: `Thank you for the smoking gun'. 771
On the mend; It's `one thing at a time' five months after shooting. 1081
One On One. 849
Peterson chasing a win, not record. 1235
Recycle those Christmas trees. 531
REGIONAL DIGEST. 684
Rena L. (Innamorati) "Renie" Connolly, 85. 424
Robert E. Duquette, 88. 107
Roman M. Wlazlak, 73. 122
Seeking photos for the end of the world. 624
Sharing a gift of joy. 899
Shrewsbury is pilot site for water regulations; Use from Blackstone River is key aspect of test case. 1182
Spirit of '76 team still resonates today. 800
Standing together; Gun control must be true conversation. Editorial 307
State hires manufacturing veteran. 387
Synagogue property, seized by IRS, faces auction. 783
Visitation tiffs herald season; Probate Department strives to work with relationships. 1077
Walter N. Hardy, 84. 316
Williams' free throws save UMass; After building big lead, Minutemen hold on late. 546
With three days to go ... Shoppers out in force on traditionally bustling day. 1029

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