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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (October 26, 2012)

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`Haunting Melodies' set for the Strand. 394
16th-century work resurrected for city concert. 526
A `sign' of good times; Originator of West Boylston youth basketball is honored. 703
ACLU president warns of eroding freedoms in US. 631
Albina E. (Butnes) Kovaleski, 89. 159
Ann Marie "Annie" Manyak, 97. 251
Annual Chain of Lights planned Dec. 1 in Sutton. 719
Barnett Lonstein. 188
Be safe. 367
Blodgett Fund money donated. 173
Bolton Police Log. 264
Bowdoin students honored. 144
Boylston Police Log. 594
Brookfield resident killed in 1675 siege to be honored with plaque. 158
Brown for Senate; Senator has earned re-election. Editorial 739
BUSINESS BRIEFS. 691
Canal District to host killer event. 321
Candidates forum in Auburn. 400
Caregivers nominated for award. 743
Cheryl Morrill, 48. 273
Chieftains face a big challenge in Doherty. 983
Chieftains looking to ace test. 938
Clinton Arrest Log. 292
Clinton Police Log. 565
Commission approves skating rules for new rink. 207
Court Log. 1494
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1744
Crash leaves a void. 1170
Cross country running takes off at Tahanto. 1016
Cuban orchestra rocks and rumbas. 551
Danielle M. Rivers, 30. 110
David DeCiccio. 296
David Duffy. 280
David L. Higgins Jr. 488
Departed asst. principal blasts former boss. 680
District Court Log. 380
Do you ever just wonder? 550
Donald J Bronson, 84. 144
Education Foundation plans 5th annual Trivia Bee Nov. 5. 387
Educator rising to challenge; Labb embraces new principal role. 838
Edward Coolidge. 231
Elaine Lange. 283
Ellen (Childs) MacAlister, 100. 250
EZ-ID could enhance safety. 984
Fall Fest, homecoming festivities; Events join forces for a great weekend. 331
Francis J. Gilroy, M.D. 359
FROM THE REGION. 1382
Gaels punch their ticket to the postseason. 945
Gaels to hit the road for a game with Tyngsboro. 1011
Garofoli working for voter rights in Pennsylvania. 926
Getting fit is an adventure. 126
Ghoul runnings; Trick-or-Treat on Main Street to haunt downtown Nov. 3. 535
GOP candidate takes issue with PAC mailings. 536
Grace E. Sweet, 75. 165
Guilty plea in fake license scam; Former RMV worker faces 15 yrs. 390
Halloween fun conjuring in Leominster, Gardner. 627
Helen Pantos. 175
Highlanders sweep Inter-High titles. 1766
Hightower gets praise for work. 973
Historic building needs help; Mechanics Hall listed as endangered. 617
HIV-positive man convicted of assault; Failed to warn sex partners he had virus. 264
If you're gonna fight, do it right Student actors train with swords. 1151
Integrity in sport needs a boost. 621
Isabel Guppy. 350
Jack Lally continues to improve; comedy fundraiser planned. 468
Jeanette B. Leroux. 255
Josephine Kowalik. 273
Katherine Swisher. 265
Keefe, O'Malley spar on taxes. 951
Kevin Kristoff. 205
Lancaster Police Log. 373
Leo club forming at Grafton Middle. 184
Life sentence for machete killing; Man pleads guilty to second-degree murder of tenant. 677
Lions play up a couple of divisions this week. 1084
Logos come home to roost; Marketing firm offers to pay mortgage for ad space on Whitinsville houses. 777
Long road for NM's Dolciotto. 629
Lucia Moynihan. 249
Mary Atallah. 183
Millbury's dam issue may be handled at state, local level. 332
Missing the sounds of horror. 1000
Mountaineers hope for late soccer surge. 496
Naming names not allowed. 251
Nashoba names Adams scholars. 191
Neighbor to Neighbor. 724
New library film group starts with a certain `mood'. 952
Peter St. John. 155
Plunkett nets pair as Hawks rally for tie with Blazers. 420
Polar CEO values city workforce. 450
Politicians friendly to fisherman sometimes do them no favors. 1167
Property tax cut program eyed. 115
Put on your festive face, Gardner. 696
Rams' Light excited to return. 1213
Reports positive at town meeting. 484
Reservoir Motor Lodge hearing is set for Nov. 8. 764
Responding to readers' comments. Letter to the editor 385
Ribbon cut on Main South housing. 318
Rising stars. 111
Rita Leger. 215
Rosa and Brooks tussle over record, resume in lively City Hall debate. 519
Ruth Calcia. 230
School to host forum for survivors of suicide loss. 777
Selectmen to review fees for nonprofits. 389
Shrewsbury firm receives Cool Smart award for energy efficiency. 287
Shrewsbury students winners at math meet held at WPI. 147
Society to put on a really big shoe; Town celebrates shoemaking. 559
Soldier brother makes it a birthday to remember. 879
Spent plants can still play a role. 244
Steeple chase; Churches open doors to share history. 1345
Sterling Police Log. 515
Student news. 466
Suspect who forced lock-down convicted. 334
Tahanto, West Boylston qualify for Districts. 195
Taking a good `Taste'. 753
Tantasqua Regional presents "42nd Street!". 162
Tea, sympathy and sobriety; Elizabeth House plans benefit. 903
Teacher finishes first marathon. 336
Tech's Fleming leads the way on the links. 473
The evolution of `Mothertown'. 526
The Past Speaks. 624
TNT's Kerr claims Celtics are biggest threat for Heat. 871
To your health when dining out, from WooFood. 791
Tornado cleanup, one tree at a time; Millbury man wields chain saw in cleanup. 1245
Turnover terrors ready to pounce; Even Ninkovich's dog joining takeaway effort. 647
Utilities `better be' ready; Northeast braces for Sandy's swipe. 1031
Uxbridge graduate tapped as intern for Sen. Moore. 223
Uxbridge selectmen OK power line expansion. 295
Van driver charged after student returned home late. 1271
Volunteer succeeds in obtaining senior center van. 811
Wachusett school blog is up and running. 281
Warriors attack through the air; 5 TD passes by Harrington. 531
Weeks pleads not guilty to charges after August fire. 808
Weeks pleads not guilty. 499
West Boylston Police. 814
Westboro woman graduates, begins stage career. 169
Wheeler among veterans receiving Legion of Honor. 293
William Edward Tourtellotte, 75. 225
William Sarkisian. 460

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