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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (February 22, 2013)

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`Lincoln' may score big. 1685
Abby Kelley Foster School Honor Roll. 733
Algonquin thins it out at the top. 504
AmCats Click in 2nd half; Senior guard wills team into GNAC tourney final. 504
Area couple capture `WooTube' video award. 578
Asphalt permit appealed. 626
Assabet Valley Mastersingers to give a unique concert on March 3. 436
Auto show gets `go' light. 595
Berlin Police Log. 264
Bills offer relief for out-of-district voke expenses. 519
Black History Month concert planned Feb. 24. 551
Blizzard made for great carnival. 156
Bolton Police Log. 195
Boylston Police Log. 550
Bravos to music fest winners. 1049
Brodeur Square approved; Monument to be placed behind AHS. 338
C's get Wizards' Crawford. 323
Channeling the same frequencies; Police get $168K grant for radios. 771
Charles M. Giedymin, 85. 167
Clinton Arrest Log. 210
Clinton Police Log. 562
Court Log. 987
District Court Log. 215
Donald and Helen Stewart. 427
Donations sought for new court. 311
Dr. Richard H. Angoff. 224
Drug lab calamity; Costly assault on system. Editorial 372
Easy multiplication for indoor plants. 301
Eleanor M. (Dahlstrom) Drohan, 84. 217
Ex-Westboro teacher gears up to run in 5th Boston Marathon. 268
Falcons stun Owls, advance to title tilt. 152
FIRST robot ready for competition. 419
Former student drops in. 572
Gaels edge the Blue Knights in first-round Clark game. 571
Gardner Cougar Classic champ; Kiley, Field lead Wildcats in final. 486
Gaughan retires after 50 years of coaching. 1490
Good medicine in long run. 624
Here be dragons; Paddens' signs span the globe. 1003
Holden police log. 629
Horton scores twice, B's win; Marchand has his ninth goal. 551
How much Saturday snow? Predictions roll in. 449
Jeannette M. Lawrence. 292
John Healy. 426
John Healy. 427
Joyce M. Gray, 67. 225
Judith Trueblood. 138
Katherine Wiles. 228
Killing birds is always last resort. 1300
Lancaster Police Log. 271
Lancers come up short. 523
Lankton helped foster WPI-Russian partnership. 229
Leominster's Strange stars on the Big Courts. 613
Let it snow; It's all in the attitude. Editorial 293
Longtime aide to Neal retires after 20 years. 293
Looking at the Irish in Boston. 194
Man charged with assault, rape. 267
Margaret Dube. 302
Martin Keefe. 154
Mary Burzenski. 230
Middle schoolers in Clinton, Lancaster win spelling bees. 134
Millbury town office mops upfrom damaged heating coil. 141
Milton shoulders heavy load. 637
Mimms are Young Heroes; Glenwood students stayed calm, called 911. 461
Minor in two nationals. 384
Misery loves company. 558
Moore bill to build safety into schools; Other proposals for services. 638
More honor rolls. 128
Mountaineers do well in winter sports; Indoor track teams end season as Central Mass. Division 1 champs. 582
Namin resigns, will reimburse travel money. 350
Nancy A. Lamothe, 71. 186
Nashoba/Clinton wrestlers finish second in sectional. 548
Neighbors. 299
No headline. 1195
No injuries in ice mishap. 201
Nomination papers available for 13 Charlton posts. 151
Nomination papers available for 23 Dudley positions. 144
Norma Strang. 146
Norman Brahm Fischer, 78. 284
Nypro adding jobs. 142
Oxford board pleased with Fattman's views. 557
Papers available for May 13 Lancaster election. 187
Purchase talk continues. 850
R. Edwin Couillard, 84. 236
Rockets rally inside and out to stop Rams. 682
Roman "Ray" Browchuk, 86. 227
Roman Browchuk. 233
School district celebrates inclusion. 522
Science gets a boost; Frey donates $200K in equipment to district. 492
Science of Sports aims for No. 1; Boys & Girls Club kids active in Pats' program. 630
Selectmen ponder the `O-word'; Override looms as possiblity. 604
Should `Roadrunner' be the state's official rock song? 1016
SLA girls share WCAC title with 10-2 record. 941
SPM, Doherty set for clash; `No-names' take on Highlanders. 863
Stags fall in Clark tournament. 603
Stags make Districts, girls wrap season. 896
Sterling Arrest Log. 164
Sterling papers available. 202
Sterling Police Log. 329
Steven Amelotte. 156
Store plans discussed. 421
Student news. 332
Students win welding contest. 215
Suspect wants statements struck. 664
Tahanto names its honor roll. 653
Tapping into sap; Maple Sugar Days offer look at sweet science of syrup. 385
The 4-digit club still very exclusive. 1031
The game is afoot; One Book, One Boylston: `The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes'. 660
The hidden cost of war. 438
The Past Speaks. 404
Town recognizes resident volunteer; Gaumond taps Schlichte for Commitment to Excellence award. 414
Uxbridge alum recycles in run for autism funds. 265
Valley Tech will host fair, drive for blood; Event honors ex-Blackstone official. 477
Vision loss proves no obstacle; Legally blind teen wins scholarship. 1160
Voke school pitches capital fund plan; Goal is to set aside cash to be tapped for major projects. 1017
Wachusett smothers another. 624
Way to go! 165
Wee folk announce `Leprechaun Legion of Honor'. 1202
West Boylston boys finish their season; Girls win in the opening round of Lori Bourn tournament. 1143
West Boylston couple part of Shriner campaign to help children. 670
West Boylston Police Log. 661
Westboro eyes pay-as-you-throw trash system; Program encourages recycling, officials say. 551
Whitinsville Christian pupils help count birds. 206
Worcester `Kilties' march to authentic Scottish beat. 860

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