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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (March 8, 2013)

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'Saders breeze to semis; Limit turnovers to remain alive. 703
`Boylston Babes' among Stu's relay participants. 971
`Building' a case. 467
A farewell to arms; Higgins artifacts moving to WAM. 1196
A fulfilling 25 years for `Taste'. 362
A lifetime on paper. 253
A rainbow of flowering bulbs; Smith College show promises instant springtime. 1018
A wine lover's kitchen; Proper storage, glassware and gadgets enhance the experience. 1883
Anna Kelley. 276
Arthur H. Forsell, 88. 229
Bargain hunter; Milford home filled with eclectic finds. 1121
Bartering and better chickens. 556
Becker service trip for Be Like Brit Orphanage. 123
Berlin Police Log. 372
Board awards library pact. 373
Bolton Police Log. 190
Bourque waived for demotion; Pandolfo inserted at left wing on the unit with Kelly, Peverley. 765
Boy Scouts grand gala and benefit auction. 111
Boy Scouts to salute bank VP. 486
Boylston Police Log. 373
Building committee suggests spring proposal. 1053
Building dodges wrecking ball; A stay of execution at least until Nov. 620
Calliope Theatre gives Shakespeare a shakedown. 808
Catholic Charities Boutique hails 13 years. 232
Centennial celebration of Albanian Independence. 118
Central Mass. finals at a glance. 1642
Ceremony marks Florence Street fire; Mother, 3 children, died in 1990 blaze. 896
Changes; New leaders bring fresh perspective to Worcester cultural institutions. 1425
Charlton couple wins Bay Path house-building project. 170
Chicken that Nonna would love. 1177
Chieftains' run ends in semis. 1008
Christine Lewis-Quinn. 386
City's books need better keeping. 632
CLINTON 01510. 280
Clinton Arrest Log. 255
Clinton Police Log. 495
Closet keepers and castaways. 520
College student news. 383
Coming to take your blood... 321
Court Log. 1818
COURTHOUSE RECORDS. 1698
Cultural Council honors grant recipients. 195
David C. Utakis. 176
DeLeo: Cut the new tax, fee plan; Concerned for overall burden. 912
District Court Log. 355
Donations for playground at Pappas will be matched. 161
Dorothy E. Tassinari. 502
Eight beats to the bar; Irish dance rhythm gets in your blood. 1243
Elementary school accredited. 415
Endless storm; Elusive track defies forecasters. 379
Excellence recognized; Sanders to receive new teacher award. 379
Fathers and sons unite. 479
Fire budgets in trouble over maintenance, billing fees. 507
FIRST robotics heading to WPI. 189
Form and function; Stone walls are part of country character. 933
Frolic funds technology at Heritage School. 434
FROM THE REGION. 1824
From your legislator. 718
Fun Finds; The softer shades of spring. 210
Fundraising begins for Richardson memorial. 679
Gaels upset by the Wildcats. 857
Garden Club speakers slated. 121
George F. Murphy, Sr. 286
Get your tools ready. spring's on the way! 336
Gibson pushes Hounds to final; Senior nets 30 points to defeat Warriors. 574
Grafton girl to speak at energy parley. 125
Happy little bluebirds. 929
Harbingers of spring appearing; Daylight saving, Easter are early. 710
Holden board praises DPW, training officer. 136
Holden police log. 369
Holy Cross President's Council reception. 135
Housing shakeup stymied? Locals officials rebel against state takeover. 874
Hunters can do good work in helping to thin snow goose numbers. 1003
Jean A. Deschenes III, 80. 446
Jeanne Winn. 285
Joseph Chalmers Secino. 585
Kathleen Smith. 226
Lacrosse team softens up on fleece blanket project; Donations to needy children also serve as Wachusett girls' bonding experience. 499
Lancaster Arrest Log. 128
Lancaster Police Log. 306
Lashaway Inn sprinkler system delayed pending water-flow test. 251
Laura Jean (Czechowski) Giuliano, 47. 165
Laws exist for compound cure. 635
Lee Carlson. 254
Library readies for a temporary relocation. 562
Lillian (Paulson) Brown. 190
Lindquist still has a rip-roaring time. 825
Lines my parents told me. 705
Lions beat SLA, lose to Quaboag. 931
Lives transformed; St. John's group visits Be Like Brit Orphanage in Haiti. 897
Local runners thrilled to participate in Stu's 30K. 964
Love and laughs; Holden native and his wife chase dream of career in comedy. 1467
Mary D. (McGuinness) Lesco, 73. 206
Maureen Mahoney. 363
Michael Ferraro. 219
Morgan Award presented Carol Donnelly. 105
Nashoba FIRST completes build season; awaits competition. 527
Nashoba girls head to District final. 697
Neighbors. 839
Neighbors. 597
No headline. 390
Nobody ever gets stung at Boys & Girls Club's BEE. 626
Notaro, Cherubini are Tribute honorees. 859
Operating deficit doomed institution. 810
Passing the spirit forward; New generation at Boucher's books. 783
Pasture Prime seeking players for `The Runner Stumbles'. 198
Perfect marriage of music and craft; Jazz musician builds bass violins. 1634
Police say woman scammed her neighbors. 395
Popular TV instructor gets golfers ready for the season. 643
Proposal may need to be sold to Finance Committee first. 460
Richard Arthur. 230
Richard R. "Dick" L'Heureux, 69. 135
Robert Sharron. 240
Rock Your Irish promises full lineup of entertainment. 536
Rooster tiff to court? Noisy birds run afoul of town health regs. 1036
School sends 12 to WPI; Science fair winners aim for state contest. 603
Schoolgirls to tap into money sense. 747
Schools face possible 6% federal funding cut; State education chief urges caution on budgets. 693
Scotland poison case up to judge; Princeton man faces extradition to UK. 525
Second selectmen's seat added to annual election. 485
Seguin nets 2 more in scoring outburst. 863
Shades of blue; Sarah Levecque brings her stylings to Tufts. 887
Shepherd Hill Regional High School honor roll. 985
SLA girls and boys teams bow out of tournament. 1056
Smiley running for Lancaster selectman. 132
Socks, socks, socks; Middle-schooler collects for needy. 655
Sophie Majercik, 94. 376
St. Bernard's senior hits 1,000-point milestone. 359
St. John's High School honor roll. 323
St. Patrick's Parade Grand Marshal dinner. 110
Stags falter in District game. 802
Sterling Police Log. 538
Student working toward `once in a lifetime' trip. 501
Sustaining a new way of life. 1360
SYFS marks `Thirty Years of Caring'. 477
Tahanto announces second quarter honor roll. 641
Tattered roadmap; Report says state can do much better. Editorial 506
Teachers union wants action on $2M deficit; Officials give gripes cool reception. 686
Teen pianist following in his teacher's footsteps. 753
Temple Baptist Church changes name to LifeSource. 251
The Duende Project, ii nub and the architecture of music. 2354
The List; Places to go, things to do in the next 90 days. 1306
The past is present. 2369
Theresa M. (Mascioli) Waite, 87. 381
Theresa Waite. 277
Those (nearly) unbeatable Hawks. Editorial 218
Thousands walk miles in the shoes donated here. 737
To kill or not to kill ... 534
Toot mon! Area musicians hear call of Worcester Kiltie Band pipes. 862
Town, school officials clash over budget level; Superintendent seeking $4.4 million more. 385
Transit buses feature artwork of fifth-grader. 286
Treatment plant gets excellence recognition; EPA cites role in environment. 258
UMass snuffed out by Butler; Bulldogs own both boards. 457
Umass-Lowell Dean's List. 221
Up and coming; Young skiers prove age is no barrier to success. 445
Verizon technician appointed to town's cable committee. 385
Virginia M. Hager, 86. 268
Waldo Smith Jr. 245
Way to go! 107
Way to go! 249
Way to go! 321
Webster officers sworn in; building costs questioned. 486
Webster School Committee OKs 2014 budget proposal. 156
Werner Hagl. 242
West Boylston Police Log. 829
What's in your closet? 1129
Whimsical ideas set in stone; Recycled materials define Berlin couple's garden. 1298
Worcester JCC Red Carpet Casino Night. 115

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