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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (March 30, 2012)

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`Grease' is the word for all-city school show. 677
`Historic moment' of rediscovery; Syrian-born pianist works for freedom. 1023
`Millie' takes the stage; WRHS production is this weekend. 381
A place at a table of welcome; Community Seder at Beth Israel April 7. 613
Add McQuaid to injured defensemen. 716
Albina G. (Grinkis) Ledoux, 97. 258
Animal control officer being honored March 31. 471
Area students named to college dean's lists. 279
Assabet, Nashoba make it to quarterfinals in Boston FIRST. 374
Auburn board sets new goals for itself as well as for Jacobson. 339
Auburn working toward developing solar power for town. 350
Banner moments. 296
Barbara Hartigan. 304
Bay Path project on ballot; Auburn to pay 13.18 percent. 338
Beatrice Murphy. 276
Beatrice Oge. 236
Berlin Police Log. 526
Bipartisan event nets more than $6K toward new World War I memorial. 232
Blues band battle at Raven is generating some buzz. 716
Bolton Police Log. 327
Boylston Police Log. 738
Can West Boylston's youths play at Goodale? Town says out of-town players dominate court time. 1243
Candidates line up in Berlin. 295
Careful pruning spares the flowers. 272
Chandley sparks HC women's tennis squad. 602
Charles Locke Sr. 371
Checkup system passes test. 753
Chieftains ace Charlie hustle; University of Maine next stop for Nashoba senior. 859
Clinton Arrest Log. 428
Clinton Police Log. 624
Close it down. 739
Cool squared; Local duo finding their groove. 1215
Days of `marsh rabbit'. 1029
Direct Air points to former execs; McGovern meets with owner. 850
District Court Log. 1393
Doctor: `Tsunami' of Alzheimer's looms. 815
Donald P. Reardon. 207
Drake House deal debated by council. 459
Dudley names center after retired dispatcher. 177
Elmer "Al" Light, 77. 345
Esther Bogatkowski. 264
Eva Hall. 228
Explaining need for business. 615
Federal highway funding extended for three months. 599
Folks had to beware of Clinton's mad hugger. 620
FSU cheer squad aces tournament. 593
Funerals Today. 653
Giant jackpot; Thoughts are a penny, but dreams cost a dollar. Editorial 215
Girls learn fiscal fitness as Dollar $cholars. 622
Gordon Erikson. 532
Grafton sues developer; $17M in excess profits alleged at Hilltop Farms. 593
Hampshire Power to go to vote. 150
Health fair returns. 767
Holding pattern; B's fail to clinch playoff berth. 656
Honor Roll. 232
Hospital hopes to move forward with new emergency department. 570
Hospital, church plan community health fair on April 5. 258
Inmate work-release crews paint inside Millbury Municipal Building. 164
Iran, up close and personal; Prouty students learn Persian culture, language on `Farsi Fridays'. 886
Janine Sullivan Zolides. 248
Joining together against scams. 428
Lack of voices silences Princeton Arts Chorale. 186
Lancaster Police Log. 382
Leota L. (LaPrade) Curtis, 90. 256
Local film production `Grace' seeks volunteers. 163
Manager presents 2.22% budget hike. 212
Margaret Ann "Penny" (Pope) Martin, 85. 305
Margaret Ruberti. 213
Marianapolis Preparatory School 3rd-quarter honors. 102
Marjorie Kennedy. 310
Marr leading successful Holy Cross tennis team. 602
Mary M. (Trippi) Camosse, 99. 323
Mega-lot-mania; Monster jackpot tops a half-billion. 623
Michael S. Habenstreit. 225
Michael W. Thomson, 39. 213
Monumental decision; Legion withdraws monument request after location change. 669
Music to soothe the soul; Shrewsbury church hosts family-friendly drum circles. 639
Nancy (Hughes) Lockwood, 74. 268
Need to begin conversation on profiling. 768
Neighbor to Neighbor. 616
New Lands takes root; Immigrants share agricultural traditions at Sutton farm. 1071
No beer, wine at summer movies. 494
Odd Fellows Home changes hands. 927
Oxford board sticks with liquor license ruling. 515
Papers available April 2 in Clinton. 193
Partisan committees are fresh start in Webster. 937
Peace work; Inch by inch, row by row, knitters shape `quilts'. 1078
Peruvian culture, cuisine at FHS Spanish Festival. 462
Philip Poulin. 177
Police say woman is strangled at Motor Lodge. 864
Program focuses on Irish island. 214
Project New Hope teams with Assumption. 863
Races shaping up for Sterling election. 358
Rail stakes; Fare hikes better choice, but MBTA must do more. Editorial 435
Rebel With a Cause; Goulding was precursor to `Occupy' movement. 1011
Recent Deaths. Obituary 948
Rejection part of the process; Perseverance rewarded with publication of novel. 1045
Robert Stillman. 237
Ronald W. Sherman, 74. 238
Run With Heart 5K raised money for heart disease. 1684
Sally M. (LaFlamme) Chomes, 58. 314
Scesny convicted of murder and rape. 193
Scesny guilty in '96 killing; Faces life without parole during sentencing today. 829
Schools partnership sought; Survey, discussions map out strategy. 717
Schools struggle to close yawning gap in budget. 291
Selectmen approve appointment of officer from Oxford department. 411
Smith Auto wins youth hoops championship. 941
Spencer OKs mailbox damage policy. 221
Stella Atchue. 227
Sterling Police Log. 1040
Store plans to re-use, recycle. 360
Storro and Winter lead sweep. 467
Student to face charges for bomb threats. 242
Suzies rise above expectations; Girls' hoops team reaches state semis. 1081
Swipe 'em all vs. Sox; Walk, 3 thefts give Jays win. 425
The Past Speaks. 532
The wheels on the car go...? 610
Thomas will rest when year's over. 585
Thoughts from Afghanistan. 929
Town's Earth Day to host recycling vendors. 212
Tree work on south dike begins. 382
Two running for Lancaster selectman. 256
Uncle believes nephew is dead; Woman indicted in disappearance. 684
Weather wackiness is par for the course. 442
West Boylston JV girls had what it takes to win. 834
West Boylston Police Log. 947
WHEAT merges with United Way; `Synergy' should help grow organization's local programs. 751
Whisker Walk is June 3. 151
Winter parking fines still a flurry. 594
Worcester Acaemy Honor Roll. 897
Work begins on Berlin retirement housing project. 331

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