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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (November 25, 2012)

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`Startup Common' needed in Worcester. 854
A road back; Recovery high schools help teens. 1657
Albert C. "Nick" Urquhart, 80. 204
Anita Ora (Dufault) Brodeur, 88. 184
Ann Louise (Cook) Keating. 375
Anna Mary Markvenas. 343
Bad beetle brings sense of deja vu; Emerald ash borer discovered in state. 838
Beatrice "Pat" Nelson. 237
Beginning with a bang; New First Night director hoping to reignite excitement for Worcester celebration. 1127
Booking the season with ideas for holiday gift giving, sharing. 726
Business Briefs. 1276
Business People. 604
Catherine Therese (Brown) Keeler. 221
Clara A. (Forsythe) Pechulis. 310
Cold comfort; OSV fleece warms troops. 1061
College Town. 842
Do you know where this is? 279
Donors spark holiday lighting; Vow brings Clinton's first Christmas tree in years. 569
Downloads can lead to trouble; Motion picture companies go after individuals. 867
Dozen games to digest on. 994
Dr. Katz to give address at brain injury conference. 568
Easy gifts for gardeners. 461
Elaine (Murphy) Maroney, 90. 226
Evelyn R. (Rivers) Kelley, 96. 402
Fighting night with Portland; Five in penalty box at once. 716
Frank Ragaini, 93. 399
Gifts for kids, plus help, encouragement. 925
Good Deeds. 653
GOP's demise exaggerated. 899
Green takes 2nd at Foot Locker; Bennie places 3rd at Nike meet. 611
Hanging tough; Poor-shooting HC does what it takes. 788
Helen M. Ziemba 1923-2012. 364
Helen Voultsos. 104
It pays to find place to practice; CMass players earn and learn. 828
Jane Barrette, 82. 115
Janice M. Casey, 63. 113
Kenneth J. Lavallee, 66. 333
Longtime clerk's vivacity recalled; Robert J. O'Keefe's colorful tenure. 973
Lost cause keeping comb, keys, car ... 599
Magdalena (Shustar) Kovago, 87. 180
Many Super reflections as classic turns 40. 3053
Mary C. Casey, 86. 354
Mary Ellen (Laprade) Contois, 83. 365
MILITARY NOTES. 493
Murray E. Waldron, 87. 252
Narrower tax gap ... Worcester should stay the course. Editorial 310
Nonprofits, corporations look for common ground; Strategies for cooperation. 809
Olive L. (Morin) Goulet. 162
One on One. 724
Pan-Massachusetts cyclists raised record $37M for cancer research. 351
Patricia E. (Pepka) Soltys, 78. 647
Photo contest winners lens nature's glory. 302
Property valuation down. 661
Renovations revitalize Sturbridge eateries; Partnership brings changes to well-known Main St. building. 567
Rita T. (Klimawich) Palano, 83. 456
Rivers on board with Celtics off the boards. 1455
Sharks slug it out but at what cost; McCarthy, Reid hurt as fights abound. 548
Sharks slug it out, deck Portland; Stalock impressive; Gourde scores twice. 629
Sharper focus on tax breaks; MTF report illuminates obscurity. Editorial 362
Shoppers find mallternative; Handmade gifts abound at 30th Festival of Crafts. 699
Signs of hope for some who are facing foreclosure. 870
State study finds low-wage jobs can be unhealthy. 653
Terrill "Terry" D. (Parks) Payne, 67. 225
Time out: Let's do some good. 703
Van Fonken Wilford Bluemel. 429
Victory comes at small price; Injuries to McCarthy, Reid. 803
Vinatieri deserved better. 1382
Voters to decide on DPW facility; Total cost is set at $3.1 million. 425
William W. "Bill" LaForce, 71. 323
Worcester's urban neighborhoods seeing new life; Upgrades include new or expanding businesses. 1407

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