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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (June 9, 2013)

1-86 out of 86 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
`Addams Family' resides in shallow yet comfy coffin. 685
`Runner' brings emotional tension to stage in Charlton. 631
2nd for Dawidczyk, McCausland. 144
3 charged at home invasion scene. 480
4 CMass players drafted. 144
AG backs council; Open Meeting Law not violated. 759
An ill wind Worcester won't forget. 617
App allows residents to report problems. 562
Assabet's Parmeter is back and good as ever. 561
Barbara E. Sherman. 195
Bertha Elizabeth Garofalo, 87. 203
Bridging the Gap; Student programs provide creative options. 948
Bruins mixing talent and fate; Penguins leave shaking heads. 905
Buchholz lets Sox split; Wild bullpen fails Red Sox in Game 1 defeat. 767
Budding Holden retailer takes motto to heart; 19-year-old has clothing line. 500
Business Briefs. Company overview 847
Business People. 601
Businesses are finding few incentives to recycle; Cost often outweigh the benefits. 990
Bye, bye slots. 901
Champions; Nashoba defeats Leominster in 9th inning. 739
Changing of the guard at chamber; Kennedy retirement makes way for Murray's tenure. 923
Claire A. Kacavich, 93. 214
College Town. 933
Conjetta B. (McQuaid) Smith. 268
Creative jackpot; Old theater seen with new eyes. Editorial 245
Customizing the digital darkroom. 623
Do you know where this is? 324
Donald F. Cimini, 71. 207
Dorothy M. (Prokuski) Ziaja, 80. 300
Dorothy R. (Roddy) Hirsch, 90. 182
Earle L. Brothers, 85. 408
Eugene A. Dodd, 87. 417
Fagundez coming of age; Leominster resident, 18, Revs' top offensive player. 841
Faith Strople. 107
Forecasting: Then and now. 846
Former Gov. Paul Cellucci dies. 1764
Francis X. Elworthy, 63. 299
Gaile Taylor Rollins, 72. 178
Glenn M. Farber Sr., 91. 213
Good Deeds. 609
Helen (LaPlante) Kelley, 92. 280
Homers propel Panther victory; Falco smacks two in Division 1 final. 335
Indians outlast Wolverines in 11th. 674
John Robert Held. 142
Jon Doiron, 58. 367
Justine M. Samko, 87. 275
Keep an eye on scandal wire. 999
Keith and Debbie Tetreault. 910
Lamonda sparks Rockets; Ace strikes out 12; Fahey squeezes in winning run. 641
Lingering scars; `It was such a traumatic thing'. 2061
Lingering scars; Physical, mental devastation of deadly tornado still vivid. 945
Link to McDaniels helping Amendola. 728
Longsjo future no sure thing. 1574
Man's best friend deals with geese. 1443
Marcel G. Ledoux, 84. 310
Mary C. Moran, 62. 327
Mulches not created equally. 478
Natalie C. (Shimkunas) Mustakangas, 71. 281
New Web tool can assess crime risk in an instant; Worcester firm analyzes big data. 1115
One on One. Company overview 606
One right answer; WPS eye exam/IB programs. Editorial 418
Pioneers return to states; Butler's overtime goal captures Central Mass. title. 599
Present draft format a waste of time, money. 1660
Read the fine print, wait for blood pressure to rise. 830
Relay for Life spirit shines in rain with $775,000 raised (SEE PUBLISHED CORRECTION). Correction notice 796
Relief is anything but; Sox bullpen implodes during four-walk 7th. 682
Reps. express alarm; McGovern, Neal in dark, too, about massive spying. 1181
Rita D. Gauthier, 86. 125
Robbery suspect ID'd. 336
Robot contest touts hands-on science; $1.5M unclaimed in NASA competition. 581
Ronald N. Jamros, 71. 292
Santora, Fontaine lead by stroke. 600
Sidney Oosterman, 86. 115
Slots parlor talk spins for activists. 963
Summer stylings. 214
Suzies roll to crown; State semifinal next for Sutton. 552
T&G e-book available. 116
Tomahawks sail to repeat; Quick start too much for Shrewsbury to overcome. 524
Tony B. Taraskiewicz. 262
UMass professor gets screening award. 615
Victorino back; Bradley Jr. gone; Shane in center field for nightcap. 787
Westboro library launches outdoor movie program. 390
Widely varying cost of health care confounds; Consumers, businesses looking for answers. 1312
WPI professor developing health care apps. 890

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