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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (November 7, 2014)

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'Batman' back in action. 400
'Downton Abbey's' sixth season is set to be shot next year. 122
'Evening of Illumination' at Old Sturbridge Village; OSV visits days before electricity. 353
'Evening of Illumination'; OSV visits days before electricity. 360
'Feed a Family for Fifty' will benefit WHEAT Community Connections. 255
29 varieties of kitchen tips. Recipe 1333
33 varieties of kitchen tips. Recipe 1332
A distant father-daughter duo in 'Interstellar'. Lang, Derrik J. 634
A twist on the old man-child romp in 'Laggies'. Coyle, Jake 652
Accomplice in rape and murder denied parole; Student 'Lizzie' Marriott was killed in 2012. Tuohy, Lynne 578
All that glitters is not prices for gold; 4-year low hit as stocks, consumer confidence rise. Craft, Matthew 677
Allegations of abuse surface when daughter wants something. 464
Alternatives' valley bag toss raises funds. 206
AmCats net super season; Volleyball team ups their game. Gearan, Jay 534
An evening of openings at Alternatives; 'Garden,' 'Barns' featured Nov. 7 at Alternatives. 218
An evening of openings; 'Garden,' 'Barns' feature theater, art. 321
Andersonville Prison program is Nov. 13. 168
ArtsWorcester to distribute artists' grants. 147
Assabet Valley JROTC restores cemetery footstones. 224
Barbara Weiss. 210
BC-BBO--2014SilverSlugge. Eggleston, Rick 116
BC-BKN--NBA Glance. Eggleston, Rick 392
BC-FBC--CollegeFBSchedul. 972
BC-FBN--NFLGlance. Eggleston, Rick 484
BC-GLF--HSBCChampionsPar. Eggleston, Rick 186
BC-GLF--SandersonFarmsPa. Eggleston, Rick 180
BC-HKN--NHLGlance. Eggleston, Rick 419
BC-HKO--AHLGlance. Eggleston, Rick 525
BC-SOC--MLSPlayoffGlance. Eggleston, Rick 113
BC-Transactions. Eggleston, Rick 336
BC-TVSportsWatch. Eggleston, Rick 249
Benjamin Spaulding Jr. 386
Berlin Police Log. 230
Berlin. 655
Bhaya's return boosts 'Saders. Toland, Jennifer 1567
Boehner: Pipeline definitely in the pipeline. Espo, David 650
Bolton Police Log. 189
Bolton. 1018
Boylston Police Log. 484
Carol DiPietro. Obituary 314
Center for Nonviolent Solutions benefit Nov. 12. 209
Chaffin Village Fair set for Nov. 22. 201
Chamber of Commerce awards ceremony slated. 360
Charge dropped against AC/DC's Rudd. Perry, Nick 311
Charles Grover Jr. 324
Chieftains headed to finals. 395
Christmas tea at First Congregational. 168
Chuck and Mud enthrall in Spencer. 203
Claire Tetreault. Obituary 195
Clinton Arrests. 388
Clinton District Court Log. 427
Clinton District Court Log. 574
Clinton Police Log. 758
Clinton. 1468
Closing in on 90, Mandarano is still playing. Gearan, Jay 628
Colts relying on Luck; Future depends on young QB. Marot, Michael 747
Comcast takeover of cable OK'd; Call center will stay open at least 3 years. Kotsopoulos, Nick 872
Comedy show to benefit Junior League. 208
Courthouse Records. 1558
Credit union is a top fundraiser for relay. 178
Davis dreams of visitors from beyond. 556
Death by data. Brooks, David 766
Declassified segments reveal detailed, subtle Nixon portrait. Flaccus, Gillian 624
Despite issues, turnout may be lowest since 1942. 389
Dominic Bombredi. 469
Don't lower Indian Lake so much. Letter to the editor 163
Donald Mahoney. 254
Dudley Christmas drive is under way. 130
Education reform is civil rights. Shuttlesworth, Sephira 723
Eileen Leduc-Dean. 333
Elaine Dumas. Obituary 137
Eli Mitchell. 275
Experts eye fiscal fixes for Congress; Economy tops voters' concerns. Boak, Josh 994
Fantasia honored for work performance. 185
Fill-up time; Heating oil prices will average 6% lower. Eckelbecker, Lisa 736
Film on a dime; Digital technology pushes directors into action. Duckett, Richard 997
Fire truck purchase rolls on. Gottesman, Jan 493
First aid and CPR courses in Leominster. 148
For-profit colleges target regulations in lawsuit against administration. Hefling, Kimberly 457
Free admission Nov. 11 for veterans at OSV. 321
Friday/14. 146
Friday/14. 106
Friday/14. 156
Friday/14. 197
Friday/14. 180
Friday/14. 174
Friday/7. 318
Friday/7. 463
Friday/7. 179
Friday/7. 264
Friday/7. 338
Friday/7. 179
Garda Casareale. Obituary 249
George Pape. Obituary 330
GMO label supporters won't back down despite setbacks in Ore., West; Subhead here and here like this here. Wozniacka, Gosia 879
GPS helps police find abducted woman. Carlin, Sean; O'Dell, Larry 635
Grafton police logs. 822
Group wants board to fire manager; Petition-filers not allowed to speak at meeting. Owen, Paula J. 709
Guenther leads Naps into semis. 318
Hair salons to donate free haircuts to veterans. 124
Hair salons to donate free haircuts to veterans. 104
Harvard under fire for secret photos. 207
HBO's 'Newsroom' begins its final season. Lennox, Mike Cidoni 399
Healing Through the Holidays seminar. 131
High court review likely after gay marriage ruling. Sewell, Dan 543
High voter turnout favors area incumbents. Gottesman, Jan 444
HKN--Oilers-Bruins Sums. Eggleston, Rick 190
Holden police log. 362
Holy Name golfer Berg fires superb round at state match. Gearan, Jay 221
Home work; Sharks' Moungenel finds 'dream' situation. Ballou, Bill 781
Hometeam rail. 434
Hometeam: Friday's Games. 332
Hometeam: Thursday's Area Results. 309
How close was it?; Nothing can compare to 1839 contest. Editorial 240
Hunger Awareness Month offers opportunities to help. 865
Inspired by daughters; Filmmakers giving Disney princesses new independence. Cohen, Sandy 813
Israel tries to soothe tensions; PM tells Jordan he won't yield on Jews praying at holy site. Laub, Karin 647
It's a girl for Rachel Bilson. 105
It's a process for Peterson; Hearings ongoing, delaying possible return to field. 735
James Donohue. Obituary 399
Jeff Ritter. Obituary 297
Jihadis on cruises, sneaking passage to Syria. Keaten, Jamey 543
Justin Beshai. Obituary 151
Keep at-risk children in focus. McFarlane, Clive 566
Kimberly McCullen. Obituary 146
Lambert makes history at CMA Awards. Fekadu, Mesfin 259
Lancaster Police Log. 244
Lancaster. 1144
Land Trust gets grant for forest project. 183
Lawyer hired to probe superintendent's actions. Lee, Brian 429
Leominster church to host Woman in the Window Quilt Show Nov. 15. Klaft, Lynn 552
Leona Blanchflower. 383
Library calendar. 1680
Library kicks off Sunday Season; Temporary location. 360
Living Gift Market at Heifer Farm. 115
Lohan's probation ended in necklace case. Mccartney, Anthony 217
Marguerite Chapdelaine. Obituary 312
Mary Alexandrovich. Obituary 275
McDaniel named 2014 Ouimet Chair. 362
Michael Keaton soars again in bracing drama 'Birdman'. Noveck, Jocelyn Movie review 684
Mom! Dad! Hurry, we're going to be late for work! Liedtke, Michael 807
Monday/10. 125
Monday/10. 162
Monday/10. 152
Monty Tech is Community Hero. 257
More from Boylston. 1157
More from West Boylston. 1520
Movies for Friday, Nov. 7. 1306
Movies for teens at Fitchburg library. 159
Nashoba announces fourth hall of fame class. 237
New health center opens to acclaim. Owen, Paula J. 711
Night of natural light slated at Old Sturbridge; OSV visits days before electricity. 337
Nominations sought for George Bailey Award. 227
Noose at post office broke no laws. Kievra, Bob 484
Nurse who had Ebola says more training needed. 491
Obama writes a rare letter to Iran's supreme leader about IS. Lee, Matthew; Pace, Julie 704
Off to the races; Girls and boys chase top spot. Oleson, Ellie 567
One killed in highway crash. 154
Otterson manages five jobs; Physician assistant is also full-time firefighter. Oleson, Ellie 870
Paranormal group investigating library. 133
Parks and Recreation. 864
Pasta dinner to raise funds for lights on Upper Common. 345
Patriots winning despite turnover; Filled holes with key contributors. Ulman, Howard 855
Paul Andonian. 385
PETA: Do not air snake show. 209
Probably not the money; Elections are still decided by ideas. Editorial 447
Probe: Porous NYC jail security. 262
Property tax hearing is Nov. 17. Ellery, J.P. 196
Proud of Gaels on gridiron. 114
Questions union support for Republican candidates. 308
Record zone for benchmark indexes. Ciolli, Joseph 199
Registration for Paxton Recreation exercise classes is open. 163
Report: Africa ivory smuggled on China state visit. Tang, Didi 292
Rhode Island Comic Con had it all this year. Semon, Craig S. 723
Roadkill stats need an update. 1107
Robert Kauppila. 169
Rock House auction slated Nov. 16. Lyon, Ruth M. 696
RRI Inc. appoints new board member. 271
Rutland receives conservation grant. 375
Saturday/15. 224
Saturday/15. 377
Saturday/15. 278
Saturday/8. 363
Saturday/8. 539
Saturday/8. 259
Saturday/8. 714
Saturday/8. 277
Saturday/8. 361
Says intersection needs a signal. 135
School Lunches. Recipe 409
Sharks send prospect Tierney to Worcester. 1007
Shifting white votes hurt Democrats. Agiesta, Jennifer; Holland, Jesse J. 824
Shrewsbury police logs. 1059
Sierra Leone hit hard by lack of treatment centers. Macaulay, Clarence Roy; Selsky, Andrew O. 655
Socks For Seniors drive is under way. 158
Some in GOP fear schism on immigration. Babington, Charles; Mishak, Michael J. 791
Space drama 'Interstellar' a sublime cosmic knockout. Coyle, Jake Movie review 844
Spiced Pumpkin Cannoli. Recipe 202
Spin-a-thon set bar high. 227
Squads ready for semis; Teams have evolved since the prior meetings. 870
Stephen Derrah. Obituary 211
Sterling officials begin the process of moving forward. Gottesman, Jan 573
Sterling Police Log. 505
Sterling. 736
Students attend career workshops; STEM parley at Tufts. 137
Sturbridge scout completes water trail upgrade project. 328
Sunday/9. 117
Sunday/9. 165
Sunday/9. 143
Sunday/9. 230
Support Worcester's own Sharks. Letter to the editor 251
Susan Kelley. 354
Susan Langdon. 331
Tanner and Philbin are engaged. 127
Tax-hike's defeat forces rethinking on capital plans; School Committee will meet to discuss its spending options. Boynton, Donna 607
Teacher resigns after being told to take leave. Lovan, Dylan 305
Teachers oppose link to student performance. Allen, Samantha 490
The Catmobile announces fall stops. 148
The comfort of 'home' in New England. 295
The movies are great ... but what about the comic books? Infante, Victor D. 662
The New America's Line. Eggleston, Rick 367
The Week Ahead; Happenings for the next 10 days -- Nov. 7 through 16. Calendar 929
Therapy dogs ease stress; Program assists students in coping. Meindersma, Sandy 611
Therapy dogs help ease student stress. Correspondent, Sandy Meindersma 612
Third-period flurry lifts Bruins. Alden, Doug 406
Through an election 'hangover'. 687
Thursday/13. 232
Thursday/13. 177
Thursday/13. 222
Thursday/13. 185
Thursday/13. 445
Toastmasters looking for volunteers to mentor in Mass., RI prisons. 257
Today in History. 349
Torathon welcomes all Nov. 8; Speakers, workshops embrace community. Roberge, Amanda 548
Torathon welcomes all on Nov. 8; Speakers, workshops embrace community. Roberge, Amanda 548
Town gets $400,000 for land; Plimpton Forest grant. 284
Town wants to get handle on ambulance expenses. Russell, James F. 416
Toys for Tots drive at Chaffin. 126
Trimming the trees; Festival benefits Gardner Museum. Stanway, Eric 691
Tuesday/11. 141
Tuesday/11. 117
Tuesday/11. 184
TV Top 5. 313
UMass Lowell honors students for their research work. 337
US jets strike at Khorasan militant group in Syria. Hubbard, Ben; Schmitt, Eric 535
Veterans Day appreciation event Nov. 9. 117
Voters oust selectmen in recall effort. Gottesman, Jan 410
Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary offers slate of Dec. activities. 565
Walk in the Woods at Wachusett Mountain. 195
Washington may become gun model. La Corte, Rachel 273
Way to go! 125
Way to go! 201
Way to go! 264
Wednesday/12. 288
Wednesday/12. 121
Wednesday/12. 196
Wednesday/12. 242
Wednesday/12. 183
Weeks resigns. Gottesman, Jan 160
West Boylston Police Log. 476
What the GOP must do now. Will, George F. 741
With animated 'Big Hero 6,' Disney does a Marvel tale. Coyle, Jake 591
Woman finds intruder eating her cookie dough. 114
Woman is 'serious' after stabbing. Foskett, Steven H., Jr. 117
Worcester this week. 291
Your gardening answers; Neither too wet nor dry for storing bulbs in winter. 278
Your gardening answers; Neither too wet nor dry for storing bulbs in winter. 278
Your gardening answers; Neither too wet nor dry for storing bulbs. 278
Your gardening answers; Neither too wet nor dry for winter bulb storage. 278
Your gardening answers; Neither too wet nor dry for winter bulb storage. 276

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