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

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`Create' beyond boundaries; Holy Cross exhibit displays works of artists with disabilities. 946
`Seussical the Musical' on LHS stage Nov. 30-Dec. 1. 517
2 honored for service to disabled. 711
2012 brought a new 'turkey' twist to the annual Trot. 386
Aftermath of destructive decisions revealed; Couple talk about drug addiction, loss of teen to binge drinking. 773
Ann B. (DiReda) Buckley, 86. 206
Ann Keating. 331
Antanavica brings work experience to inspector job. 404
Assistant gets trustees' nod for library director. 533
Barry Foss. 274
Berlin celebrates Dec. 1. 356
Berlin Police Log. 209
Beulah P. Gaustad. 251
Board adopts policies; Financial guidelines clarify funding. 476
Board set to interview chief candidates. 186
Bolton Police Log. 276
Boylston Police Log. 438
Bribery conviction brings $200K in fines, no jail. 574
BUSINESS BRIEFS. 108
Carol L. (Hersom) Barker, 83,. 376
Catherine Keeler. 174
CEMA said donations help secure building. 521
Chain of Lights; Celebration makes memories. 967
Charles Dix Jr. 319
Chieftains face Shepherd Hill in bowl. 986
Clinton Arrest Log. 249
Clinton Police Log. 469
Clinton Pops is `Home for the Holidays'. 124
Cloud-of-dust Indians vs. pizazz Rams; Styles of teams' offenses differ sharply. 1025
Commuters embrace MBTA ticket app; Smartphones help avoid lines, hassles. 469
Compassion: My two cents. 500
Councilors approve roadside mower purchase. 400
Court Log. 551
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1768
CSI: Success; High school students thrive in college/career readiness program. 821
Customers came to `Shop Local'. 425
Deborah L. (Cunha) McAloney, 58. 370
Dirty Gerund's open mic offers surprises and treasures. 1899
Dolphins are a catch for Welker. 756
Donna J. Moran. 216
DPW, fire officials debate fees for sprinkler systems. 377
Duncan sets winning pace in T-Day Turkey Trot race. 649
E. Brookfield board hears complaint about speeding. 241
Elks Hoop Shoot slated for Dec. 8. 313
Eva Rand. 157
Facing the flames; Westminster firefighters survive. Editorial 209
Fire displaces one on Thanksgiving. 201
Fishing industry waits on a cliff; $100 million in aid pushed to 2013. 468
Fountain treks to Alabama; Fundraising drive targets $128,000 toward restoration. 867
Fountain treks to Alabama; Fundraising drive targets $128,000 toward restoration. 791
Friendship lends a hand in Club 21 social program. 604
FROM THE REGION. 1735
German Christmas returns. 406
GOP lawmakers seek ouster of Bigby from human services. 977
Grafton festival receives honor. 465
Handbell concert is Dec. 9. 151
Harrington Hospital receives recognition for its patient care. 174
Joan G. Greene, 63. 308
John Sweatland Jr. 247
Joseph Pare. 353
Lancaster Police Log. 367
Legend captured in documentary; Still busy, nearing 102. 1000
Librarians illustrated; `Tattoos are part of who I am,' says calendar's Ms. September. 990
Lions win big on Thanksgiving. 1155
Lloyd Corey. 199
Madeline Hayes. 218
Making art through rose-colored glasses; `Paint-and-sip' comes to town. 947
Man struck, killed by SUV; Pedestrian attempting to cross Rt. 20. 275
Marcel W. La Brie, 45. 208
McGrath in "Cabaret" at Salem State Univ. 107
Melanie Smith. 197
Millbury dancer performs in `Holiday Spectacular'. 185
Nashoba harriers raced by opponents. 806
No warm welcome for pesky insects. 265
Obama should spurn Romney. 736
Opposing groups agree on taxes; Back 4% rise in home, biz rates. 694
Over to the oval; Worcester glides into winter. Editorial 296
Oxford honors Yucatonis for 47 years as election worker. 561
Pape retires as director of library; Plans under way for outdoor reading spot. 866
Parade joy spills over for children. 829
Peggy Wisniewski, 83. 190
Philbin wins George Bailey Award; `Quietly ... doing good deeds'. 627
Pies are portent of the season; Scouts put apples to good use. 556
Pop Warner Lions had winning season. 442
PRESS BOX. 114
Program review planned for Clinton schools. 425
Prouty HS renovation plans expected in May. 369
Reaching out, with a friend; Socialization, support offered by Club 21. 516
Reward offered for golf course vandals. 137
Rita (O'Toole) Groccia, 70. 151
Rondo out two games; NBA suspends guard for third time in 2012. 684
Ruth M. Trifilo. 306
Rutland selectmen question department's overtime pay. 186
Seeds of change; Groups seek to restore blight-ridden American chestnut to grandeur. 1083
Selectmen warn of likely tight budget season. 627
Seniors prepare for holiday; Tree lighting, carols among the events. 774
Sharing the city's tax burden. 479
Shrewsbury grads serve in NCCC. 347
Solar farm firm withdraws first site proposal; New plan would still face foes. 427
Stanley C. Dow, 88. 218
Sterling Police Log. 328
SYFS returns to roots; Cutting Award winner is a founding member. Company overview 910
Tantasqua graduate is named Henry David Thoreau Scholar. 305
Task force seeks to improve ties between 5 towns, schools. 401
Ten Potomic Precepts to live by. 427
Thanks extended for relief effort. 372
The Past Speaks. 571
Third rookie QB vs. Pats; Big head start for Tannehill. 741
This year, a little more holiday sparkle. 762
Thomas McLaughlin. 331
Thomas Scesny Sr. 327
Time for a serving-member pay policy. 533
To the manor borne; Historical society to host Holiday House Tour Dec. 1. 664
Torrid Lancers romp; Becker survives by one against Fitchburg St. 540
Trot draws plenty of families. 444
Turkey Chase 5K sets a participation record. 858
Twice-shot deer can trigger a hunt for jurisprudence. 999
Two plus two still make four. Editorial 154
Uxbridge church changes its name. 412
Uxbridge firm donates $10,000 to Red Cross for Sandy relief. 231
Wachusett preps to celebrate 50 years of skiing. 789
Warriors seek 2nd shocker; Auburn, at 12-0, has taken notice. 1070
Way to go! 231
Way to Go! 183
Webster honors outstanding Bartlett senior. 232
West Boylston dancers are part of `Holiday Spectacular'; Two shows set for Dec. 1. 369
West Boylston JV girls showed perseverance and hard work. 801
West Boylston Police Log. 656
Westborough CARES merges powers of town's aid organizations. 494
William LaForce. 282
WPI frat objects to one-side-only parking proposal for Boynton St. 925

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