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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (September 28, 2012)

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`Forgotten' arts alive and well; Quilting, spinning and more at Sept. 29 fest. 670
20th Century library, 21st Century updates. 636
A block party for the ages; Octoberfest comes to Main St. Oct. 6. 576
A dentist with a mission; Marshall Horwitz travels to care for those in need. 728
A fitting monument; Clinton honors WWI service and sacrifice. Editorial 198
AD's Desk. 265
African art grand reopening. 173
Albert Noiseux. 264
All economics is global, prof says; Corridor 9 is told Europe is key factor. 769
An activist path; Mill owner founded Uxbridge anti-slavery society. 1233
Auburn resident running for Dana-Farber. 301
Banner Moments. 409
Berlin Police Log. 354
Big chill, big bills; Oil dealers, customers keep a weather watch. 756
Blizzard bury Townies in regular-season finale. 299
Bolton Garden Club announces merger with Bolton Local. 370
Bolton Police Log. 237
Boy Scout earns wings as Eagle. 442
Boylston Police Log. 767
Boylston resident running the race against cancer. 318
Bret Michaels fans take a drop of Poison at Indian Ranch. 843
Brown pushes Warren to release list of clients. 844
Candlepins all in the family for Wambach. 595
Catherine Shaughnessy. 346
Charlton History Day slated for Oct. 7. 230
Children's librarian to retire; Public good-bye planned Sept. 28. 549
Christmas cactus season begins now. 285
Clinton Arrest Log. 358
Clinton Police Log. 801
Clinton youth leagues are planning to merge. 219
Clues to a chemist; Crime lab oversight was much too lax. Editorial 454
College student news. 257
Confident Rodriguez predicts knockout; Escalera opponent in Foxwoods main event. 877
Court Log. 1377
Cummings School open house. 176
Daigneault Liquor opens new store. 158
David Knott. 556
Dawidcyzk breaks record; Oxford senior nets 6 goals, including 80th of career. 2131
District Court Log. 251
District veteran named interim superintendent. 453
Donald Adams. 331
Donald Kelley Sr. 240
Drug lab scandal entangles our area; Up to 40 cases may involve prison time. 938
Dudley, Charlton flu vaccination clinics. 230
Educating the entire public. 356
Eliot Ness memorabilia auctioned; Museum to get lawman's items. 724
Elizabeth Batstone. 194
Ex-head of Winter Hill mob indicted. 604
Fall Brook, Southeast school repairs OK'd. 228
First supermarket to open in 40+ years makes debut. 619
Follow the lieder; An intimate evening with the works of Schubert. 787
Forest, Salisbury streets hearing set. 546
Former Shrewsbury resident receives engineering certificate. 202
Former WRHS star receives Hall of Fame honors; St. Michael's inducts Marie Lane Shaw. 564
Gabel admitted to New England Conservatory. 321
Glenda LaFountaine. 447
Goodnow-Crocker House to feature Fred Mason exhibit Oct. 6-14. 165
Hammer out solution over Monty Tech. 607
Has Brown failed his own character test? 788
Helen Smith. 217
Huddling for learning alternative. 141
Ida Iadarola. 164
John Henry's Hammer set for a comeback. 482
Joseph Gadomski. 184
Joseph Gulachenski. 304
LaChapelle takes aim at No. 300. 921
Lifetime of dedication rewarded; Aucoin, Kabala earn education honor. 844
Lions to face Bernardians. 774
Maliska doing it all for HC. 1131
Market contribution. 200
Marketing Committee is making strides. 1176
Mary MacKenzie. 303
Mary MacKenzie. 311
Mary Sullivan. 218
Michael's Run sets pace to aid mentally ill. 666
Millbury to raffle Graves painting. 206
Monument finds a home; World War I memorial going to Hamilton Square. 747
MOON dance; Festival at Boys & Girls Club Oct. 6 celebrates Asian traditions. 570
Moon Festival to be held Oct. 6 Event celebrates Southeast Asian cultures. 547
Mountaineers still climbing. 536
Murphy's memory is kept alive by 5K. 766
N. Brookfield bank boosts food drive. 176
Nashoba girls volleyball bumps it up a notch. 1055
Native fun; Johnny Appleseed Festival returns to downtown Sept. 29. 449
Neighbor to Neighbor. 1609
No clean dishes at home. 633
Northbridge joins with other school districts for special ed presentation. 173
One year in, recreation program gains momentum. 996
Patriots ready for refs' return; Real officials back on field. 660
Planes, gliders, balloons take to the skies from Sterling Airport. 1390
Plea deal in fatal crash. 192
Police report: Town sees rise in youth drug use, burglaries; Town website expected to go online Oct. 1. 439
Preserving your local history. 505
Public hearing slated on Quaboag Bridge project. 165
Public housing model broken. 784
R. Genevieve Graboski. 258
Radant to lease Clinton building. 155
Raising the roof; Final beams lifted onto top of new elementary school. 162
Ready to clean up Oct. 6. 341
Repeat rapist gets 9-15 years; Assistant DA states: `I've never seen a record like that'. 269
Room damaged in Sterling house fire. 197
Roundabout solution. 478
Salespeople offering option. 152
Salvatore will receive Chandler award. 164
Selectmen appoint Registrar of Voters. 143
Selectmen multitask in roles; More to job than showing up. 696
Sheep to Shawl, Llama to Pajama returns Oct. 6. 597
Shrewsbury playwright Donnelly at a `Crossing'. 876
SHS Crew plans anniversary activities during Spirit of Shrewsbury festival. 461
Slaying suspect linked again; 2nd co-defendant implicates Smith. 533
Smiles all around for manager. 556
Sock hop, culinary contest celebrate Millbury's 200th. 303
Sterling harriers shine for Wachusett. 778
Sterling Police Log. 433
Sterling resident running race against cancer. 196
Success predicted for mind reader; Grafton performer gets boost after reaching semifinals on `America's Got Talent'. 898
Superintendent hails schools improvement. 180
Tahanto boys soccer is moving in the right direction. 903
Taking aim at cancer; Gym sponsors fundraiser for Brady Smith, 3. 455
Tax plot gets 3rd person prison; Norwood man joined with others. 451
Thayer Library's birthday party is Sept. 30. 707
The Celtic beat; Westboro's Charley O'Neill leads weekly Irish session at Mulligan's Taverne. 1533
The Gaels are ready to host the Spartans. 810
The Past Speaks. 1008
Tours set for lab proposal. 271
Town gets high grades on recycling initiatives. 360
Town gets high marks for recycling programs. 358
Trivium School named to Catholic Honor Roll. 212
UMass voice needs aspirin from day job. 850
Unbeaten Chieftains face a test in Holy Name. 1017
Voters OK articles in quick meeting. 323
Wachusett dam walkway open on Oct. 7. 124
Water war; Lake group, town officials in torrential debate. 1011
Waters can still offer up bounty. 924
Way to go! 234
Webster a new hit show; Doherty back scores four times in comeback win. 451
West Boylston girls soccer is off to a 5-0-2 start. 909
West Boylston Police Log. 1171
Williams is eyeing Brady; Bills end thinks pressure is best way to beat Patriots. 502
Winifred Carl. 272
Winslow a short-term Pat; Tight end released after lone game against Ravens. 478
Winter recreation schedule offers events for all. 921
Winthrop McGown. 284

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