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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (January 18, 2013)

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`Everyday people' find aid through Women in Action. 741
2012 welcomed (some) newcomers. 234
4 vying for 2 selectmen seats. 308
A time for serious comedy; Shrewsbury comedian in benefit at Hanover. 804
Assistant principal wanted to focus on obesity. 558
Auburn contestants put on dancing shoes; Practice under way for Dancing With the Stars fundraiser for AYFS. 766
Baystate Mary Lane Hospital doctor offers snow shoveling safety tips. 398
Beaman Library time capsule gets `buried'. 609
Bertha Maurice. 215
Board approves 2 police officers. 228
Boylston Police Log. 379
Brookfield scout to attain Eagle status at ceremony. 170
Burning permits available. 144
CARE park to add 4 names; Pappas, McLaughlin, Ringgard and Fournier to be etched in stone. 550
Construction costs of $236,979 gauged for dam safety compliance. 391
Digest. 296
Douglas woman named director of clinical operations. 446
Education foundation to hold 4th annual fundraising gala. 209
Events in full swing for Arts Foundation. 1193
Excellence holds court for Naps girls squad. 587
Flu cases estimated near 400; Selectmen review revised policies. 551
From your legislator. 296
Fundraiser to honor `Lizzi'. 182
Gliding along smoothly; Mountaineers make winning look easy. 411
Grafton family hails sledding experience; Generations enjoy winter fun at Westborough Country Club. 626
Home-rule charter changes to go to vote. 354
Honor roll. 308
In winter, prune with prudence. 236
It's all downhill from here; Westborough Country Club a sledding hot spot. 677
Library program gets grant; $4,500 for English Conversation Circle. 657
Local athletes boost Assabet Valley teams. 1096
McDonald's reopens renovated Auburn restaurant. 461
More than a resolution; Weight loss, fitness resolve mark New Year. 701
Musicians headed to festival; Whitinsville school performers honored. 285
Neighbors. 818
New signs to mark Oxford historic district. 444
OSV features storyteller's presentation of slave heroine; Program slated for MLK day. 640
Prouty High School presents financial literacy certificates. 200
Raymond Ethier. 275
Rehabilitative Resources Inc. names Coughlin as new CEO. 318
Ripe for revival; Selectmen eye proposals for historic Keith Block. 962
Selectmen OK addition to walking trail network. 304
Service, with a smile; Gardner native, 95, served in WWII, operated B & B. 884
Shrewsbury Crossings announces 3 appointments. 191
Shrewsbury Public Library to host foreign film festival. 340
Snow and steady. 110
St. Bernard's Honor Roll. 234
Student accolades. 439
Tahanto announces its honor rolls. 694
Team to walk 39.3 miles in fight against breast cancer. 789
Thomas promoted to sergeant. 334
Trouble at the Tropicabana; Murder mystery to raise funds for Operation Graduation. 551
Wachusett School Committee cuts fees for materials, labs. 118
Way to go! 228
West Boylston announces honor roll. 507
West Boylston Police Log. 706
Work-off program lightens tax load; Seniors get break, town gets help. 670
Young adult authors to speak at library. 455

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