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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (March 15, 2013)

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"The Jungle Book Kids"; Apple Tree Arts presents Disney classic. 681
`South Pacific'; Love and prejudice in World War II. 750
A pale sunshine; State has far to go on transparency. Editorial 422
A visionary state budget plan. 780
AMSA junior presents invention at MIT Solider Design Competition. 310
Amy J. Remillard, 48. 290
Area students win at History Day. 368
Arthur Forsell. 201
Assabet students learn to serve their community. 715
Auburn has spent nearly $40K on lawsuits over towing contract. 357
Auburn, Oxford have candidates for selectmen, but few other races. 410
Baking up some tasty treats for St. Patrick's Day. 521
Bancroft ski team enjoys `fabulous' season. 518
Berlin Police Log. 267
BIA-MA is seeking survivors' stories for Brain Injury Awareness Month. 407
Bolton Police Log. 302
Boylston hires new patrolman. 270
Boylston Police Log. 422
Breakfast gathering threatened; Donations needed to shore up club. 647
Brian Nystrom. 203
Bruins' second line hot; Top unit cool after hot start. 857
Calling all runners (yes, you!); Road Scholars 5K, Fun Run April 7. 796
Caring Bunny event to be held at Auburn Mall on March 17. 334
Carl Berquist. 254
Carol-Ann Adams, 61. 279
Casino opponents turn out in force for Holliston gathering. 727
Casting The Net to help others; Networking group to host poker benefit. 737
Charles Coughlin. 147
Charles Coughlin. 176
Charles Schwab. 148
Church takes a journey of peace. 894
Claude Ducharme Sr. 214
Clinton Arrest Log. 343
Clinton native makes his mark on LA politics. 1060
Clinton Police Log. 533
Clinton schools OK preliminary budget. 533
CMS boys produce a championship season. 939
Committee to examine school budget variations; FY 2014 vote set for Monday. 339
Councilor declares mayoral candidacy. 282
Court Log. 575
Credit union sponsors arts festival. 304
Cumming wins first place for history paper. 270
Deborah Hawkins. 224
Developer says slots can work; Total investment projected to be `north of $200 million'. 880
Diversity suffers in shadows. 640
Douglas P. Adams, 66. 247
Drawn to the city; New book, exhibit spotlight artist Chapel. 725
DUCKS get ready to walk in Relay for Life; `Quack out cancer' is the goal for First Congregational team. 613
Earleen L. (Granland) Head. 379
Edith Ryder. 219
Evelyn Vattes, 99 Former Principal of Bowers School. 429
Fire search finds pot hot spot; Gear detects growing lamps. 370
FIRST Robotics. 172
Fitchburg High School Honor Roll. 682
Five-year deal for Amendola; Pats act after losing Welker. 388
Forum on drones explores strike policies. 745
Fount funds sought; More cash needed for foundation restoration. 950
Gamechow shows getting hard to digest. 1015
George Davis. 359
Get ready for talk with Salk. 787
Girl Scouts plant produce, revamp courtyard at school. 431
Giuseppe Santangelo, 87. 343
Grafton youth triumphant in National Geographic Bee. 164
HC a fit for McNamara family. 962
Hearings sought on gaming plan. 665
Holden police log. 798
Holden special town election April 11; deadline to register to vote is March 22. 187
Hoyt inspires at Mayo; Father, son have run more than 1,000 races. 489
Indians stifled in final; Agawam's `D' is smothering. 519
It might cost a million, but here's a bird's eye view of literature. 987
John Edward Pond, 56. 304
John Wetherell Sr. 262
Judge denies victim jail visit; Shooter serving 6-7 year term. 841
Kathryn Yager. 466
Lancaster Police Log. 259
Lancaster resident awarded for her Vision. 351
Lancaster resident moving on to history state finals. 224
Leominster High School Honor Roll. 1558
Lions junior varsity girls squad sparkled. 774
Local students toss around success at FIRST meet. 653
Monty Tech announces second quarter honor roll. Financial report 113
Mountaineers' rally falls short. 757
Nancy (Kilmer) Armenti, 74. 346
Nashoba girls win program's first District title. 973
Neighbor to Neighbor. 1605
Neighbors. 1073
New bus information presented on Grafton Community Television. 301
Nomination papers are available at Princeton town clerk's office. 151
Olivette (Barlow) Gravel. 224
Panel: Gender rules cross the line; Subcommittee takes 4-0 stand. 787
Penny saved is a dime spent. 1122
Police chase ends with crash into Sterling house. 316
Police find chase suspect hiding in barn. 276
Races shaping up for May 13 election. 340
Reduce, Reuse, ReFoamIt! recycling event in Westboro. 348
Resolving conflict; Church plans to expand `Peace Maker' program to the community. 637
Rita M. (Gosselin) Gould, 91. 269
Rockin' the green at Wachusett Mountain. 412
Ruth L. (Hewitt) Peloquin, 96. 217
School warns of `significant' increases. 885
Seed cycle; Gardeners `borrow' from library. Editorial 254
Selectmen act to prohibit BYOB. 122
Selectmen designate April as `Big Read' month. 489
Shrewsbury cheerleaders are state champs. 202
Shrewsbury physical therapy clinic to reopen. 221
Shrewsbury residents may apply for pesticide exclusion. 166
Special Olympian honored. 184
Spring luncheon features Broadway tunes. 366
St. John's senior wins `runner of year' honor. 266
State `gender identity' rules raise issues. 1100
Sterling Garden Club scholarship available. 161
Sterling papers are available. 275
Sterling Police Log. 671
Students earn spot in statewide concert. 176
Sun powerhouse; Worcester pitches in for Solar Decathlon. 722
Sweet taste of success in season; Event will teach maple sugar craft. 658
Tahanto junior varsity boys finished strong. 913
Terry J. Carroll, 70. 193
Theatre District plan draws critics. 573
Thomas G. Pollett, 74. 292
Three dodge jail in hot rod theft; Contractors get probation. 690
Town has new fire inspector; Ceccarelli is first to hold new post. 367
Two get beer and wine licenses. 526
Ugly or not, B's take it; Boston just happy to be playing lowly Florida. 758
UMass edges GW in A-10. 570
Using marketing to stem losses. 356
Valley Tech student advances to national finals in welding. 447
Virginia Hager. 220
Wee folk announce `Leprechaun Legion of Honor'. 1234
West Boylston announces honor roll. 521
West Boylston Police Log. 635
West Brookfield therapist lends healing hands. 760
Westboro Gallery to close March 30. 245
Westborough Education Foundation wins grant. 117
William York. 254
WWII site cleanup approved; Scout to spruce up Liberator memorial. 280
Your gardening answers with Paul Rogers. 262

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