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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (October 25, 2013)

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'Bad Grandpa' shows 'Jackass' franchise still spry. Foundas, Scott 619
'Dracula' puts new spin on vampire story. Wiegand, David 690
'Failing schools' scoped in author's talk at library. Roberge, Amanda 722
'Fifty Shades of Grey' chooses its new leading man. 386
'Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa' is a tasteless, disturbing farce. Horwitz, Jane 618
5-year pace pushes kids to succeed; Bottom Line counsels disadvantaged youth even in college years. 552
A daughter's gift; Kidney donated to father in need. Meindersma, Sandy 456
A dollar a day for working in Afghanistan. Gannon, Kathy 470
A president's struggle. Editorial 375
Achtung, Washington. Editorial 307
Alec Baldwin discusses 'fetid septic tank' movie biz. Coyle, Jake 754
AmCats field hockey having a great season. Gearan, Jay 504
Ann Romney's cookbook, more than just recipes. Skoloff, Brian 238
Area children write their own ghost stories ... 1829
Auburn town meeting is slated for Oct. 29; 25 articles, including reduced town budget, on meeting warrant. Oleson, Ellie 694
Banner Moments. 185
BC-BKN--Suns-Morris Suspended, BKN. 864
BC-FBC--T25-Top25Schedul. Wilson, Jim 199
BC-FBN--NFLGlance. Wilson, Jim 444
BC-FBN--Panthers-Buccane. Wilson, Jim 250
BC-GLF--LPGAParScores. Wilson, Jim 135
BC-Transactions. 168
BC-TVSportsWatch. 148
Berlin Police Log. 172
Berlin selectmen honor Purple Hearts. 104
Berlin. 492
BofA cutting4,200; Mortgage jobs are targeted. Sell, Sarah Skidmore 427
Bolton Police Log. 310
Bolton. 574
Boston boots this one; Cards pull even as defense fails Sox. Ballou, Bill 696
Boylston Happenings. 1070
Boylston Police Log. 335
Breast Intentions member says thanks for support. 203
Bring outdoors in for winter; Some plants handle the move indoors well. 301
Bring the outdoors indoors to save plants from winter. 301
Brookfield benefits from expanded fund. 179
Calendar file. 357
Catherine Ferguson. Obituary 115
CAVATELLI WITH BROWN BUTTER BEETS, RICOTTA AND PISTACHIOS. Recipe 264
Challenges have dimmed the 'bright eyes of Uncle Sam'. 380
Checks and balances; Students help run credit union at high school. Hill, BJ 512
Classrooms get new carpeting at ECC. Meindersma, Sandy 309
Clinton Arrests. 297
Clinton Middle School honors students of the month. 101
Clinton Police Log. 478
Clinton. 1438
Colonial linemen take time to bond. 956
Court Log. 666
Courthouse Records. 1233
Crafts Center fall II classes begin Oct. 28. 120
Crusaders seek to surprise Patriot League; Holy Cross picked to finished 7th in expanded conference. Driver, David 570
District Court Log. 656
Editor's mailbox. 431
Electonics recycling Nov. 2 in Shrewsbury. 112
Europe leaders unite on US spying. Dahlburg, John Thor 462
Exhibit showcases folk art of Russian home. Gottesman, Jan 737
EXP-BOX-StL-Bos. Wilson, Jim 421
Failure cited at Hill hearing. Alonso-Zaldivar, Ricardo; Ohlemacher, Stephen 758
Farwell and Crowe engaged. 134
Fassbender recharged; After a year off, actor is ready to return to playing make-believe. Ordoña, Michael 988
Festival fundraiser to fight hunger; Community Harvest Project event Nov. 3. 161
Film series returns to city. Duckett, Richard 541
Firefighters demonstrate skills at open house; Webster event draws about 300 to visit, meet crew and fire dog. Stoica, Janet 699
Floral Street School hosts Family Fun Fair. 173
Free Halloween event is scheduled at OSV. 329
Friday/1. 125
Friday/1. 223
Friday/1. 168
Friday/25. 102
Friday/25. 178
Friday/25. 336
Friday/25. 191
Friday/25. 271
Friday/25. 274
Friday/25. 101
From your legislator. Moore, Richard T. 327
Gaels face pass-happy Quabbin. Entwistle, Graham 914
Gerald Peasha Sr. Obituary 273
Getting schooled on tobacco. Koh, Howard K. 749
Girl Scouts recruiting for board of directors for Central, Western Massachusetts. 138
Gladys Andrews. Obituary 203
Grafton resident qualifies for Math Olympiad. 181
Halloween music fest slated Oct. 27. 252
Happiness spotlighted in one-man show at FSU. Stanway, Eric 567
Helen Fifield. Obituary 432
Higher profits spur gains in stocks. 186
Holden police log. 176
Holden sets trick-or-treat hours for Oct. 31, votes to close town offices on Nov. 29. Meindersma, Sandy 116
Hometeam rail. 324
Hometeam: Friday's Games. 472
Hometeam: Thursday's Area Results. 768
In Skakel murder case, aging advocates in for long haul. Hu, Winnie 359
Indiana woman who donated kidney weds organ recipient. 124
Interest in hospice on the rise; Death with dignity debate shifted opinions. Owen, Paula J. 1344
Interfaith Thanksgiving Eve Service. 127
Item Appeal needs help to keep helping others. 267
Jamie Dornan replaces Charlie Hunnam in 'Fifty Shades of Grey' adaptation. 125
Jury ends second day deliberating eight Georgia mobile home deaths. Bynum, Russ 404
Lancaster Police Log. 310
Lancaster. 540
Learn faster with the free Learning Express Library. 460
Leo Bernard. Obituary 218
Lester dries up rumors of spitballs. Ballou, Bill 706
Limited reopening of Ellis Island set for Monday. Mcgeehan, Patrick 245
Living in legal limbo. McFarlane, Clive 572
Looking for lost class ring. 203
Maria del Pilar Reyes. Obituary 103
Marjorie McGinn. Obituary 309
Martinez keeps articulating opinions. Ballou, Bill 849
Mass. joins plan to promote clean cars. Dearen, Jason 768
Meet foodie Michel Nischan. 802
Meet foodie Michel Nischan. 396
Meet foodie Michel Nischan. 929
Meet foodie Michel Nischan. 413
Memorial 'blast wall' to be erected at Johnny Ro Park. Nugent, Karen L. 544
Michael Faley. Obituary 214
Millbury Savings Bank president and chief executive officer to retire in 2015. 206
Monday/28. 159
Monday/28. 133
Monday/28. 365
Monday/28. 101
Monfredo merits re-election Nov. 5. Letter to the editor 105
Monty seeking clincher; BVT offers test of its progress. Wilson, Jim 883
Monty Tech student honored in merit scholarship program. 567
More than a little Taste. 747
More young people turn to family after bullying; Poll shows online abuse still prevalent but declining slightly. Flaherty, Anne 755
Movies for Friday, Oct. 25. 1231
Nashoba seeking accreditation. 272
Nashoba soccer teams keep winning, boys are in Districts. Entwistle, Graham 522
Naughton makes it official; State rep. declares candidacy for attorney general. Gottesman, Jan 1174
Neighbor to Neighbor. 101
New way to trace students' progress; Tech provides a fuller picture. Lee, Brian 570
Nominations sought for Bailey Award. 145
Not the brightest move by Breslow. Doyle, Bill 637
Nothing more but a tragedy. Cepeda, Esther J. 719
Obama calls for immigration law by end of the year. Kuhnhenn, Jim; Cassata, Donna 450
Order lifted, sale of T&G, Globe completed. Nicodemus, Aaron 916
Oriol has new wings; Facility expands, offers short-term care. Meindersma, Sandy 486
Outplayed B's stun San Jose in last tick. Barth, Bud 852
Overlook Hospice seeks volunteers. 105
Parks and Recreation. 1364
Pastel workshop Nov. 12 at Leominster library. 173
Pastor on extra mission: growing her congregation; Agenda is to raise congregation's size, ministry. Semon, Craig S. 1086
Patch of New England; Pumpkins abound at First Congregational. Oleson, Ellie 467
Patriots capture first league crown. 1849
Pedroia not typical, but still spectacular. Doyle, Bill 712
Perkins students pen ghost stories. 704
Places of worship. 788
Police seek indictment for fired officer who shot mentally ill man. Merchant, Nomaan 279
Portable defibrillator slated for town complex. 156
Portugal reopens missing girl case. Hatton, Barry 444
Prison for violent attack; Alleged supremacist invaded a home. Murray, Gary V. 493
Red Sox beards inspire for a cause; UMass effort supports cleft palate database funds. Meindersma, Sandy 422
Rep. Todd Smola to discuss business issues in Sturbridge. 307
Richard Brennan. Obituary 238
Riders, state DCR make trail upgrades. 483
Ridley Scott's 'Counselor' misses despite great cast. LaSalle, Mick Movie review 745
Roberta Belk. Obituary 251
Ryan's gesture to cost $10K; He apologizes for celebration. Toland, Jennifer 779
Sales are colossal, all Amazon is missing is a profit. Sreitfeld, David 877
Saturday/2. 433
Saturday/2. 299
Saturday/26. 403
Saturday/26. 217
Saturday/26. 712
Saturday/26. 420
Saturday/26. 2188
Saturday/26. 154
Saturday/26. 390
School budget drain cited; Finance officials decry mandates. Ellery, J.P. 889
School lunches. Recipe 673
School opts for one more chance; Credit line lost; $200K needed now. Reis, Jacqueline 584
Scott's high shot sidelines Eriksson. Barth, Bud 439
Sensible vote on library is 'yes'. Letter to the editor 252
Sharks cherish Worcester time; Fun days at start of careers. Barth, Bud 804
Shirley Berquist. Obituary 231
Shrewsbury man nominated for award. 148
Shrewsbury police log. 1234
Simonson lifts Hounds' hopes. Toland, Jennifer 1133
Sky darkens for 747; Boeing's passenger jet is an icon, but future in doubt. Freed, Joshua; Mayerowitz, Scott 817
Southerners have all the fun hunting mourning doves. 759
Spencer Emergency Management Agency presents 'Gangsters in Love' murder mystery. 142
Spring House beer and wine tasting celebration and fundraiser. 154
St. John's donates 36 computers to Be Like Brit orphanage in Haiti. 235
St. John's English teacher publishes her second novel. 192
State changes Sterling traffic pattern. Gottesman, Jan 264
Sterling Police Log. 283
Sterling. 855
Student: Teacher asked suspect to stay after school. Lindsay, Jay 589
Students will rebuild park's footbridge. Kotsopoulos, Nick 609
Succumbing to lure of old flame is disrespectful of husband. 479
Sunday/27. 145
Sunday/27. 119
Sunday/27. 167
Sunday/27. 152
Sunday/27. 116
Sunday/27. 220
Sunday/27. 268
Surreal sculpture marks Halloween in Sturbridge. 204
Tannehill continues with solid progress. Toland, Jennifer 773
Teacher remembered by Nashoba district. 113
Thanks senior centers for service. 113
The music's over at Tammany Hall. Semon, Craig S. 473
The redcoats are returning on Nov. 7!; Historical re-enactors to present free talk. Klaft, Lynne 774
This Day in History, Oct. 25. 430
This year's Rock and Shock knocked audiences 'Dead'. 1236
Thomas Flannagan. Obituary 266
Thursday/31. 122
Thursday/31. 277
Thursday/31. 106
Thursday/31. 101
Towns suggest trick-or-treat times. 132
Tracking the crime; Secure evidence trail critical to cases. Croteau, Scott J. 855
Tuesday/29. 176
Tuesday/29. 141
Tuesday/29. 175
Tuesday/29. 202
Tuesday/29. 156
Turbine objections in the wind; Trick-or-treat hours from 5-7 p.m. Oct. 31. Oleson, Ellie 790
TV Top 5. 286
Two arrested after wild ride on Pike; Stolen van, hitting 100 mph, crashes into car, then into median. Croteau, Scott J. 323
Two sisters testify in father's murder trial. Foy, Paul 532
Unemployment aid seekers fewer; Weekly numbers skewed by Calif. computers. Rugaber, Christopher S. 492
US planning stricter control of painkillers. Perrone, Matthew 495
Veterans Memorial 5K planned Nov. 8. 113
Veterans' benefits cover courses at Monty Tech. 168
Way to go! 312
Wednesday/30. 128
Wednesday/30. 197
Wednesday/30. 252
West Boylston Police Log. 426
What does the fox say? Evidently, this Halloween it says 'Ka-ching'! Italie, Leanne 866
What was that I heard? Children's ghost stories 2013. 1362
Woman flips car after police chase. Gottesman, Jan 265
Woman in chase had Obama delusions. 213
Worcester this print. 225
WSU hosts playoffs; Tennis women wrap up a strong fall. Gearan, Jay 384
Yes, Virginia, there is a choice. Will, George F. 753
Your gardening answers; Bring outdoor garden indoors for the winter. 301
Your gardening answers; Bring the outdoors indoors for the winter. 301
Your gardening answers; Bring the outdoors indoors for winter. 301

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