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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (July 27, 2012)

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$500,000 bail set in Fitchburg murder case. 343
$6.7M grant targets health equity. 791
`Dead-heading' a word to wise. 268
`Spared ... for now'; Demolition waiver for Palladium denied. 722
15-40 Connection hosts fundraiser. 423
A spiritual journey; `A story to tell and something to teach'. 1125
A whale of a tale to tell. 563
A year-round vocation; Art knows no season. 813
Advanced Math and Science names fourth term honor roll. 209
Appeals Court reverses verdicts; Embezzlement convictions. 524
Arrest Log. 115
Arrest Log. 180
Arrest Log. 411
Assabet's director of academics named to new statewide educators' group. 272
Avoid a Little mistake Cherington better served by looking ahead. 939
Back and ready; Last season is history for Wilfork. 773
Barbara Cirka. 241
Bennie brothers win 49th annual Warren race. 402
Berlin is now `green'. 395
Berlin Police Log. 350
Board meets on waste removal pact. 168
Boards fill Planning Board vacancy. 263
Bolton Police Log. 294
Boylston Police Log. 695
BUSINESS BRIEFS. 876
Businesses, town replanting 23 trees. 550
Busy summer for new school superintendent; Barbara Malkas ready for change from Pittsfield. 862
Byrne stymies Raiders; Northbridge takes bracket. 421
Clifton Minty. 280
Clinton Police Log. 889
Construction under way at WCS; Media center to be fully open by November. 275
Councilors reassured on auditor search. 479
Court Log. 848
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1585
Craig Harding. 165
Curtain up for kids at Hanover Theatre. 406
Cyclist revisits glory of '48; Making do in austerity. 991
Death by Pedestrian live at Asylum. 732
Demolition of print shop prompts tribute. 945
Distractology 101 Tour comes to Central Mass. 491
Domestic at motel may be looked at later, not now. 786
Driscoll's work displayed in Princeton. 184
Edward Vitone. 228
Elizabeth Fortin. 233
Evelyn Knorr. 244
Firing officer was the right decision. 766
Fourth city charter school eyed CS-squared files prospectus. 525
Franchise tag not a distraction for Welker. 830
Fred Donnini. 173
FROM THE REGION. 1575
Fuel for competition; Rivals contend new station unsafe. 616
Graduations and student honors. 225
Ground beef sold at Hannaford's recalled. 296
He left awe in Beijing; Piermarini now is all set to row. 616
Intruder impersonates worker. 1064
Irish Blizzard roll in home opener. 525
It's a whale of a tale. 545
Janice Myers. 198
John Miller. 245
John Winslow. 124
Lancaster Police Log. 447
Language matters; Officer fired for pattern of comments. Editorial 406
Legislature takes care of business as deadline looms. 867
Letourneau helps wherever she sees a need. 645
Library receives grant for 2013 Big Read. 362
Local residents earn honors at Clark Univ. 142
Local store owner makes his pitch at Fenway Park. 535
London calling; Britain's moment to shine. Editorial 278
Mankins, Vollmer held back; With Waters missing, offensive line opens with a new look. 831
Many volunteers are pitching in to clean up Third Middle River. 1007
Marie Bertrand. 196
Mary Santoro. 251
Monty grad attends D.C. youth summit. 687
Nancy Boulay. 202
Nashoba hoopsters prepare for next winter's season. 833
Neighbor to Neighbor. 1248
Neonatals ready for close-up; UMMC webcams give families loving glimpse. 911
New digs suit seniors just fine; Fish and Game club serves as larger home. 980
New Players to host open house at new site. 580
Northbridge team makes it to regionals. 168
Office hours increased at Building Department. 578
Officer fired for `egregious' comments; Mayor follows recommendation of Leominster police chief. 481
Old Timers are playing like youngsters. 924
Orchestra to perform at pavilion; Selectmen consider BYOB regulations. 446
Oxford considers guns for licensed constables. 326
Patrick Kittredge. 581
Perkins picks up `Taste of Wachusett'. 693
Players still `Working' at 75; Theater group makes changes to stay viable. 820
Pride on the job for teens in Chandler work program. 598
Quabbin towns blast unfunded mandates' harm. 817
Radiance shines through; Stained glass refurbished at church. 935
Ralph Cole. 181
Remembering silenced voices: Amy Winehouse, David Blair. 1238
Richard S. Millett, 65. 352
Rising to challenges, together. 812
Rose Marie DeCenzo. 600
Running is `therapeutic' - and fun; Shrewsbury woman in international race. 703
Sara Shack. 188
Selectmen agree to investigate cemetery location for cell tower. 544
Seymour F. Silberberg. 201
Stags gain experience in summer league. 692
Stags gain summer experience. 692
Starfest will take to the sky; Aldrich celebrates 80 years of stargazing. 583
Sterling Police Log. 767
Tahanto Regional High School announces its honor roll. 644
Tea and history with the Boylston Garden Club. 480
The Past Speaks. 684
Utility facing $16M penalty. 1066
Volunteer adds to Beaman's offerings. 723
W. Nile, EEE detected; spraying set. 427
Wachusett Food Pantry needs new space. 165
Waiting on water for more development. 793
Way to go! 152
WCLT's President's Award goes to Townwide Earth Day Cleanup head. 457
West Boylston Police Log. 872
West Boylston/Boylston All-Stars went down swinging. 870
Westboro Girl Scouts help foster Sibling Connections. 543
Yearbooks now online; Project puts decades of memories in reach. 381

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