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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (July 11, 2013)

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'Proud, not complacent'; State 1st in nation in education, but nobody's satisfied. Reis, Jacqueline 866
`Shake Your Bones'; Garage Punk Night at Ralph's. 178
Appellate brief seeks reversal for Jackson doctor. 252
Apple loses e-book ruling. Times, The New York 221
Arrest of Islamists ordered; At least 51 dead in latest fighting. Kirkpatrick, David D. 806
Avellone making bid for Dem nod in governor race. Sutner, Shaun 556
Battling bards; Slam teams face off. 145
Bernard W. "Bernie" McCarthy, 72. 271
Beyond the blues; Curtis Mayflower at Beatnik's. 112
Bookstores not dead; Barnes & Noble grows, but not Nook. Townsend, Matt 612
Boston notices Subban making progress. 973
Brindley rolls in 5 to beat rain. 216
Building parks, jobs: CCC remembered; Upton State Forest to host 80th anniversary event Saturday. Spencer, Susan 535
Bush jumps into immigration overhaul debate. Werner, Erica 663
Business briefs. 1117
Calvin W. Heath. 280
Can courts prosecute thoughts? 603
Casino would harm Palmer. Letter to the editor 246
Chamber marketing Worcester; Fund to promote city to businesses. McCluskey, Priyanka Dayal 424
Chief Francis R. Roddy (ret) Age 91. 415
Circus Smirkus kids' play. 1063
Cities offer to pony up for shorter lines at customs stops. Rathke, Lisa 372
Constables should obey the law. Letter to the editor 182
Counting on constables. 284
Courthouse Records. 1985
Davis: Better sharing of threat info needed; Marathon taught a major lesson. Jelinek, Pauline 558
Dem State Convention is set to go in Lowell; Nearly 3,000 delegates registered for the event which starts Saturday. Knothe, Alli 640
Demographic change is amplifying racial inequities in US. Gamboa, Suzanne 902
Egypt's Christians facing backlash. Hendawi, Hamza 549
Evelyn (Shevchuk) Schyrinski, 92. 178
Ex-cop accused in death testifies. Contreras, Russ 527
First Apple sells for $387,750. 132
Fla. police officers entangled in sex scandal. Lush, Tamara 449
Foster kids find focus; Empowerment is aim of summit. Boynton, Donna 624
Fuzzy focus on welfare; For true reform, state should end EBT-cash link. 255
Gaetano D. "Dan" Scano, 96. 337
Golden goalie; Rask signs for 8 years, $56 million. 484
Happy with progress at Elm Park. Letter to the editor 182
Hottest year ever? Maybe. Southwick, Albert B. 869
Irish lawmakers agonize over latest abortion bill. Pogatchnik, Shawn 314
Is George Clooney 'lawyered up' for a new romance? 452
Joan M. (Vancelette) Pingeton, 81. 313
Josephine (Weins) Stevens. 105
Latinos failed by politics. 745
Long-distance shooting fuels Guardians. 562
Mail privatization pushes envelope; Iconic service attempting to adapt with private carriers worldwide. Kirka, Danica 661
Man accused of torching his own home; Brother cites mental illness. Ring, Kim 658
McCartney amazes at Fenway show. 1317
Men accused of firebombing house; Mother and toddler were inside at time of attack. Owen, Paula J. 340
Mother in Brazil custody dispute returning to Mass. Murphy, Bridget 498
Murder suspect to raise psychiatric defense; Man charged with beating death of wife. Murray, Gary V. 277
Museums take part in Free Fun Fridays. 139
New mantra: Jobs; More colleges are offering career prep. Harpaz, Beth J. 696
Obama honors medalists in arts and humanities. Banco, Erin 503
Of gun rights, responsibilities. Corti, Lillian 771
Officials: GBV fire apparently accidental; Fan may have been left on for too long. Croteau, Scott J.; Wiley, Winston W. 804
Paxton to survey on bus service. Hafey, Richard J. 153
Pentagon eyes cuts in danger pay; Savings of $120M to come from salaries. Baldor, Lolita C. 607
Pentagon re-examines embattled MIA unit; More than 83,000 missing from 3 wars. Burns, Robert 450
Randy Travis improved, but still critical. 263
Riders describe frustration with WRTA service; Complaints, suggestions aired. Knothe, Alli 920
Robert M. Gibbons, 73. 328
S&P 500 notches fifth day of gains. Rothwell, Steve 205
Senate fails to keep student loan rates low as Dem plan comes up short in vote dept. Elliott, Philip 511
Sharks do some summer shuffling. 425
Sharp divisions mark Fed policy meeting. Crutsinger, Martin; Rugaber, Christopher S. 263
Shrewsbury St. hosts Walk & Rock. 1405
Space shuttle reopens to NYC visitors. 223
Summer offerings varied. Reis, Jacqueline 221
The plea: 'Not guilty'; Tsarnaev begins his legal odyssey. Lavoie, Denise 803
Today in History for Thursday, July 11. 470
Town speculates on impact of slots; Residents questioning every aspect of the $200M project. Spencer, Susan 758
Tragedy and lessons in Quebec. Copydeskeditorwt 159
What the govt pays industry to snoop. Flaherty, Anne 473
Woodbury falls; Falcucci thrives. 695

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