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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (July 4, 2014)

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'Classics to Broadway' concert July 13. 294
'Deliver Us From Evil' fuses detective, exorcism genres. DeFore, John 555
'Dinesh D'Souza's 'America' is a rambling revisionist history. Moore, Roger 824
'Earth to Echo' is like 'E.T.' without the feeling or script. LaSalle, Mick 629
2 local UMass Lowell students receive seed money for innovative ideas. 317
4 numbers set for casino repeal, other fall ballot questions. Dumcius, Gintautas 542
5,000 alcohol-free gigs and counting for area musician. Owen, Paula J. 1042
A declaration for the ages; Voices of American Liberty. Editorial 782
A look at the Dow's 1,000-point milestones. 199
Abby Kelley Foster School announces honor roll. 702
Army of long-term jobless dwindles as US hiring picks up pace. Jamrisko, Michelle 417
Art at Mountainside; PAS showcases summer at market. Meindersma, Sandy 275
Bartlett High takes low grades in self-study accrediting report. Lee, Brian 517
BBA--BOX-NYY-Min. 246
BBA--BOX-TB-Det. 236
BBN--BOX-Ari-Pit. 350
BBN--BOX-Phi-Mia. 332
BBN--BOX-StL-SF. 338
BC-BBA--American League Glance. 206
BC-BBM--New York - Penn League Glance. 135
BC-BBN--National League Glance. 213
BC-GLF--TheGreenrierClas. 188
BC-TEN--Wimbledon Results,5th Ld-Writethru. 197
BC-Transactions. 333
BC-TVSportsWatch. Brown, Steve 190
Beatles' 'A Hard Day's Night' gets fab 50th anniversary makeover. Lewis, Randy 878
Berlin Police Log. 316
Berlin. 522
Beverly Piper. 249
BioBlitz heeds call of the wild; Wendemuth Meadows survey catalogs species. Hill, BJ 567
Bolton Police Log. 125
Bolton. 734
Boylston Happenings. 687
Boylston Police Log. 459
Business briefs. 655
Called fundraiser a success. 261
Clinton Arrests. 385
Clinton District Court Log. 743
Clinton Fire Department receives donations of tools. Gottesman, Jan 215
Clinton Middle School names honor roll. 655
Clinton Police Log. 800
Clinton snags Minors championship. Entwistle, Graham 500
Clinton. 1157
Corporate identities as people; Court rulings give legs to legal concept. Benac, Nancy 857
Courthouse records. 1343
Cronin is top Elk in Mass.; Longtime member becomes state leader. Oleson, Ellie 410
Defending champ Blixt in Greenbrier lead. 566
Dempsey: No assault on Iraq unless US is directly threatened. Baldor, Lolita C. 461
Director, 2 more indicted in fatal Georgia train crash. Bynum, Russ 132
District Court Log. 528
Doherty High Senior Awards. 1294
Donna Ciccone. Obituary 355
Dow tops 17,000 on jobs report. Wang, Lu 202
Driver blames turtle, cat, squirrel and tree. 134
Duke and Duchess welcome baby. Gottesman, Jan 369
Erdahl a nice fit with NESN; Learning fast has been key. 851
Everett McCarty. 325
Fania Records celebrates 50 years of Latin music. Tamara, E.J. 631
Filmmaker captures Roger Ebert's passion for life. Moore, Roger 700
Fitchburg kindergarteners improve fluency. 495
Fitchburg, Leominster libraries' holiday hours. 113
Five displaced by Clinton kitchen fire. 134
Fond memories of the 4th. 645
France, Germany revive clash; Fans still bitter over unpunished incident from 1982 battle. Douglas, Steve 743
Free 'Yoga in the Park' offered in city. Meindersma, Sandy 386
Free 'Yoga in the Park' program offered in Worcester. Meindersma, Sandy 390
Friday/11. 106
Friday/11. 195
Friday/11. 116
Friday/4. 183
Friday/4. 265
Friday/4. 103
Friday/4. 103
Friday/4. 106
George Healy. 296
Gin and bear it: Blogger details epic Worcester bar crawl. 1130
Grammer takes tough guy roles. Lee, Chris 706
Grilled Peaches, Berries and Cream. 188
Happiness Pony gauges Worcester esoterica. McKeon, Melissa 770
Hate needs 'cancel' in post office. McFarlane, Clive 613
Highway official pushes bylaw to combat sign clutter. Lee, Brian 642
Hometeam: Friday's Area Results. 646
Hope to woo Bieber; Bouchard eyes fellow Canuck. Massa, Dennis 327
Horror authors to visit Worcester bookstore July 12. 164
Immigration showdown looms; Obama under pressure to visit border next week during hot-button Texas trip. Pace, Julie; Werner, Erica 835
In Memory; Remembering those lost after the Vietnam war wasover. Gottesman, Jan 475
Independence Day lesson: History behind the Liberty Bell. 446
Independence Day Reminders. 131
Iraq closer to redrawn frontiers; Kurdish leader urges vote on independence. Lucas, Ryan; Janssen, Bram 755
Israel is mobilizing forces after 2-way violence grows. Rudoren, Jodi; Kershner, Isabel 461
Jail for reckless plumber. Murray, Gary V. 639
James Gardner. 342
Lancaster market begins on July 10. 229
Lancaster Police Log. 418
Lancaster. 597
Leading the way; Assabet Engineering Academy provides college credit. Roberge, Amanda 521
Library calendar. 1554
Little League All-Stars split. Entwistle, Graham 530
Local grads create video for education; Advantages of higher education highlighted. Stanway, Eric 594
Lodder, Rhodes receive nurse's pins. 144
Luncheon to honor Lafayette; Asa Waters event. 201
Margaret Baird. 310
Market milestone in the bull's-eye; Dow is one thing, S&P 500 is another. Sweet, Ken 646
McCarthy, Falcone talk Midwest upbringing. 435
McCarthy, Falcone: goofballs in matrimony. Coyle, Jake 628
Melissa McCarthy's 'Tammy' is an unfortunate misstep. Noveck, Jocelyn 668
Mentalist reading minds at Bigelow Library, July 16. 187
Mentors sought for prison programs. 181
Monday/7. 221
Monday/7. 276
Movies for Friday, July 4. 1311
MWCC students named to Who's Who. 149
My babies are growing up. 532
Nashoba Regional announces its fourth-quarter honor roll. Financial report 1348
Nashoba United under-14 girls finish at 11-1-3. Entwistle, Graham 484
Neighbor to neighbor. 527
New fees for Boys & Girls Club summer program. 219
New voting machine in the works; Town clerk to get firm price on equipment. Lyford, Joshua 230
No placards up while driving. Letter to the editor 140
Obama forfeited Iraq gains. Letter to the editor 247
Oh, Canada!; Bouchard heading to first final. Fendrich, Howard 753
One assembly Ivins did not organize, or expect. 486
Ostrowski wears one to boost Paul Mitchell. 614
Parks and Recreation. 926
People prefer electric shocks to spending much time alone. Ritter, Malcolm 512
Photo exhibit opens July 10 at Hanover. 149
Pioneer writer; Mary Roberts Rinehart blazed trail for many. Oleson, Ellie 753
Pipeline foes unite to oppose the project. Barnes, George 1260
Places of worship. 766
Places of worship. 647
Proposed upgrades. 129
Publication explores city's esoterica. McKeon, Melissa 701
Raising money to help students. 104
Reclaiming the Spirit of '76. Folkertsma, Marvin J. 791
Reconfigured Route 122 makes sense. Letter to the editor 152
Recovery quickens; 288,000 jobs added; jobless rate hits 6.1%. Boak, Josh 816
Refractory scholars? 552
Robert Krantz Sr. Obituary 430
Rulings highlight differences in state GOP. LeBlanc, Steve 552
Saturday/12. 108
Saturday/12. 115
Science in action; STARBASE gives students a glimpse of tech in action. Stanway, Eric 540
Seeing a sense of community. 545
Sharing the road; Motorcycle safety course strives to educate riders about their best chances of staying alive. Schweiger, Sara 865
Shock and sadness follow teen's arrest in terror case. Banda, P. Solomon; Elliott, Dan 772
Shrewsbury police logs. Westerlind, Kerry 632
Shrewsbury resident, partners win $25K for prosthetic-limb startup. 308
Soccer fanatics get a day of rest; World Cup has engulfed lives. Licon, Adriana Gomez 570
Sox are boring at bottom; Not too many subplots with this year's squad. 719
Split verdict for brothers in killing; One guilty, one freed. Murray, Gary V. 438
St. Bernard's HS offers scholarships. 133
St. John's starts work on building; Founders Hall project. 518
Sterling excels in Holden tourney. 644
Sterling man dies from injuries in crash. 123
Sterling Police Log. 759
Sterling. 518
Student invitation. Steeves, Katie 148
Summer barbecue goodies -- with a price. 970
Sunday/6. 103
Sunday/6. 134
Sunday/6. 154
Take Two Trio to play at Gale on July 10. 159
Taste of Wachusett is 'coming home'. Gottesman, Jan 733
Tennessee man will give $259M Powerball prize to the arts. 239
The curse of judicial restraint. Will, George F. 762
The New America's Line. 164
The view from Burditt Hill. Sheehan, Amy 570
The Week Ahead; Happenings for the next 10 days -- July 4 through July 13. Calendar 1166
Thomas Prince Green Team receives state education award. 338
Thursday/10. 141
Thursday/10. 134
Thursday/10. 192
Thursday/10. 132
Thursday/10. 132
Thursday/10. 289
Thursday/10. 229
Time travel into city's history; Canal District Tours run through Aug. 21. Roberge, Amanda 605
Time travel; Blackstone Canal District hosts history tours. Roberge, Amanda 605
Today in History. 358
Towns summoned to huddle; Financial drain has officials seeking help. Ellery, J.P. 673
Toys and buckets; Old Sturbridge Village looks back. 209
TS Arthur alters plans for fireworks. 390
Tuesday/8. 122
Tuesday/8. 121
TV Top 5. 289
Unions for athlete debate rages. Raum, Tom 353
Veteran dies waiting for ambulance at VA. 127
Volunteer speaking mentors for prisons. 155
War hero Zamperini lived 'unimaginable drama'. 787
Warped 2014; After 20 years, music tour supports veteran as well as up-and-coming bands. Sculley, Alan 925
Watch out for hearing loss in dogs. 910
Way to go! 130
Way to go! 128
Wednesday/9. 130
Wednesday/9. 119
Wednesday/9. 159
Wednesday/9. 264
West Boylston Happenings. 1430
West Boylston Police Log. 683
Willard House hosts Blackstone Cuil. 257
With no competition, car show turnout may rise. Knothe, Alli 382
Worcester Youth Soccer nets Central Mass. 3-peat. Gearan, Jay 514
Year of research shows Camp Gleason can be leased. Oleson, Ellie 719
Yesica Nunez. Obituary 112
Yoga workshop offered at Worcester State. 226
Your gardening answers; Spare those leaves on your tulips, daffodils! 244
Your gardening answers; Spare those leaves on your tulips, daffs! 238
Your gardening answers; Spare those leaves on your tulips, daffs! 240
Your gardening answers; Spare those leaves on your tulips, daffs! 236
Your gardening answers; Spare those leaves on your tulips, daffs! 244

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