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Articles from Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA) (September 19, 2014)

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$hot in the arm; Drugstores dive deeper into flu vaccines. Murphy, Tom 682
'Leave You' has an A-list cast, but scores B-grade results. Noveck, Jocelyn 643
'The Voice' winner goes to Broadway's 'Pippin'. Kennedy, Mark 404
'Yes We Care' about city's kids; After-school programs offered in Main South. McKeon, Melissa 832
7 killed on anti-Ebola journey. 125
7th annual Dudley Grange apple festival. 170
A love story. 620
African workshops at library on Oct. 4. 185
Alice Easton. Obituary 146
Always being the disciplinarian has dad worried about relationship. 475
An ailing father hopes for cooperation. 658
Apple-honey Kugel. Recipe 201
Arlene Hardy. Obituary 328
At UN, Obama to urge nations to go big on climate change. Lederman, Josh 792
Athletes raise funds for homeless children. 338
Ax mill knife raffle benefits museum. 591
Backpacks can be a major pain for kids. 564
Backpacks that are too heavy or fit poorly can cause problems. 544
BBA--BOX-Tex-Oak. Brown, Steve 289
BBA--BOX-Tor-NYY. Brown, Steve 298
BBN--BOX-Was-Mia. Brown, Steve 605
BBO--EXP-BOX-Bos-Pit. Brown, Steve 534
BC--BBA--Rangers-Washington. 820
BC-BBA--American League Glance. Brown, Steve 352
BC-BBN--National League Glance. Brown, Steve 359
BC-FBN--NFLGlance. Brown, Steve 493
BC-GLF--LPGAParScores. Brown, Steve 257
BC-Transactions. Brown, Steve 157
BC-Transactions. Brown, Steve 132
BC-TVSportsWatch. Brown, Steve 216
Beatrice Hatstat. 366
Benefit to support college students. 133
Berlin Police Log. 222
Berlin. 722
Big Brothers Big Sisters to expand mentoring to Dudley, Oxford and Webster. 491
Board grants waiver to student-athletes. Foskett, Steven H., Jr. 477
Bolton Police Log. 160
Bolton receives state recycling dividend. 216
Bolton. 850
Bottom Line to host annual benefit Oct. 8. 212
Bottom Line to host benefit. 181
Boylston Police Log. 504
Brighter economy driving up retailers' holiday hiring plans. D'Innocenzio, Anne; Wiseman, Paul 619
Brochure could help with recruiting; Assist in search for administrator. Ballway, Michael J. 353
Bruins enter camp needing to fill holes. Kalman, Matt 495
Buffumville Lake, Hodges Village Dam need volunteers for National Public Lands Day. 275
Burney headed to Lunenburg; Director confident tiown is in good hands. Oleson, Ellie 239
BVAA planning shows, field trips. 375
Campanale's hard work pays off. Doyle, Bill 737
Cancer survivors, family, friends walk in Relay for Life. Oleson, Ellie 410
Candidate defends hiring amid strike. Haigh, Susan 496
Cardinals debate marriage before key meeting. Winfield, Nicole 507
Celebrating the old Town House; Birthday block party slated Saturday. Trela, Simone 632
Challenge comes home; Fraternity, sorority answer call from alum. Meindersma, Sandy 322
Charlton Senior Center trips set for December. 156
Clinton Arrests. 128
Clinton District Court Log. 516
Clinton on screen in 'The Assault'. Gottesman, Jan 736
Clinton Police Log. 460
Clinton synagogue plans High Holiday Services. 287
Clinton. 1495
Colorscape with Lou Pingitore. 108
Comedian Sweeney set for Westminster. 120
Comedy, tragedy mingle for Shakespeare at Fenway Park. Golen, Jimmy 1020
Continuing fight of a lifetime. 1302
Council is city's own comic opera. McFarlane, Clive 625
Courthouse Records. 1157
CROP Walk returns Oct. 19 to Worcester. 167
CROP Walk slated to return Oct. 19 to Worcester. 110
CROP Walk slated to return to Worcester on Oct. 19. 119
Crusaders, Crimson will keep on playing. 1082
Cultural Council seeks grant applicants. 212
Dance for Peace takes the floor on Sept. 26; Event raises funds for Battered Women's Resources. Roberge, Amanda 607
Dance for Peace takes the floor Sept. 26; Event raises funds for Battered Women's Resources to help prevent domestic violence. Roberge, Amanda 607
Dance for Peace takes the floor Sept. 26; Event raises funds for Battered Women's Resources to help prevent domestic violence. Roberge, Amanda 379
Dance targets domestic violence. Roberge, Amanda 505
Deaths are off-limits in salmonella trial. Bynum, Russ 756
Deer hunting season helps manage the herd and native vegetation. 876
Defense: Stabbing could have been at station. Murray, Gary V. 507
Democrats decry GOP's 'cynical' birth control plan; Gender issues seen as critical in some of closest Senate races. Babington, Charles 731
Development offers 7 units of affordable condos; Providence Road Commons, off Rt. 122. Spencer, Susan 428
Dinner theater to present evening of 'Newest Comedy Shorts' to benefit Stratton Players. 195
District Court Log. 1591
Docs on Ebert, Vidal, Koch brothers top Cinema 320 bill. Duckett, Richard 548
Donald Hudson. 437
Driven to express; Melanie bringing mix of old hits and new songs to Mechanics Hall. Duckett, Richard 1399
Dudley prescription disposal day Sept. 27. 205
Eating and behavioral issues checkup. 898
Ebola-hit nation to close for 3 days; UN cites threat to world peace. Roy-Macauley, Clarence 803
Election policies. 391
Epic failures. Brooks, David 779
Evaluate how your emotions affect nutrition. 920
Evelyn Murray. Obituary 233
Fallon insisted on Barbra's pose. 414
Familiar 'Maze Runner' doesn't find its own path. Coyle, Jake 514
Films show views of Siberia at the Museum of Russian Icons. 231
Fire chief thanks voters for support. 125
First Night issues Artists' Challenge. 134
First Night issues Artists' Challenge. 204
Forum is Oct. 6; Featuring candidates for the Twelfth Worcester District. 145
Forum scheduled for state representative candidates. 173
Fouracre happy he's back in booth for HC. 777
Free will and the Islamic State. Letter to the editor 255
Friday/19. 279
Friday/19. 269
Friday/19. 244
Friday/19. 212
Friday/19. 119
Friday/19. 248
Friday/19. 343
Friday/26. 166
Friday/26. 102
Friday/26. 202
Friday/26. 111
Friday/26. 136
Gaels to face toothy Tigers. Entwistle, Graham 712
Games Today/schools/201415/wtg-sked.php?date=2014-09-19. Brown, Steve 419
Get a new view of Siberia at the Museum of Russian Icons. Gottesman, Jan 467
Getting animals to dazzle on screen is a wild job. Manning, Sue 619
Girls volley to great season start; New blood works well for Mountaineers. Gearan, Jay 643
Golfer is tested on tour; Altomare knocking on LPGA door. Gearan, Jay 540
Grafton police logs. 698
Hammond to replace Pardo on 'SNL'. 314
Harriet Miller. 235
Hazy in Colorado; Pot commercials illustrate odd state of affairs. Editorial 229
Here We Grow! offers child care. 196
Historian will present 'Herstory' in Civil War quilts. 220
Historic vote in bonny Scotland; Quiet thrill of history on Edinburgh's fog-shrouded streets. Lawless, Jill 895
Historical scavenger hunt Sept. 27. 124
Holden police log. 323
Home Depot breach affects 56M cards; Data theft larger than Target hack. Townsend, Matt 507
Hometeam rail. 397
Hometeam: Thursday's Games. 284
Ig Nobel winner: nosebleed-ending pork. Pratt, Mark 579
In a Boylston Minute; The news in brief from your community. 375
ISIL uses Brit in slick new video; Hostage says war effort by US will end badly. Hubbard, Ben 624
It's a new beginning for Nashoba girls soccer. Entwistle, Graham 741
Item election policies. 175
Jean Francolini. Obituary 276
JetBlue CEO to step down; Airline president at controls Feb. Koenig, David; Mayerowitz, Scott 562
Jimmy Buffett tribute band to play for firefighters benefit. 122
John Beauregard. Obituary 171
Joseph Scott. 187
Kansas court: Remove Dem. Hanna, John 248
Kevin Smith offers a dark, odd 'Tusk'. Lee, Thomas 330
Knights holding soccer challenge Sept. 27. 181
Kol Nidre broadcast Oct. 3 on WCUW. 112
Lancaster has a 'friend' in Naughton. 128
Lancaster. 1165
Lauren Rocheleau. 149
Leicester to be designated as a Purple Heart Town. Gonsalves, Susan 456
Leicester to become Purple Heart town; Millbury also holds designation. Gonsalves, Susan 455
Leicester to join Fitchburg, Leominster as Purple Heart town. Gonsalves, Susan 136
Liam Neeson tackles Lawrence Block's iconic detective, Matthew Scudder. Scheck, Frank 602
Library book sale is Oct. 5. 141
Library calendar. 1395
Locals line up for Jimmy Fund Walk is Sunday, Sept. 21. 584
Manager in, 10-1; Councilor Lukes is only opposition. Kotsopoulos, Nick 1106
Martina Roberts. 168
Maypother memorial road race is Oct. 4. 183
Michael Conlin. 363
Militant gains illustrate plight of Syrian Kurds. Mroue, Bassem 509
Monday/22. 117
Monday/22. 149
Monday/22. 101
Monday/22. 102
More from Boylston. 883
More from West Boylston. 1437
Movies for Friday, Sept. 19. 1385
Municipal Meeting. 174
Myles Lopatin. 226
Nashoba nursing needs volunteers. 112
Naughton is 'only choice' for Sterling. 169
New 'NCIS' spinoff set in the Big Easy. Elber, Lynn 530
New programs help save Arts and Activities Center; Facing bankruptcy, organization generates new revenue. LaPlaca, Debbie 590
NFL: No gray in child abuse. Mason, Warren 707
Nina Matta. 197
No changes likely for Faith Avenue. Oleson, Ellie 410
Number of teens shot this year concerns police; 13 of 28 victims under 20 years old. Croteau, Scott J. 591
Nutrition education conference slated on traditional foods. Conference news 232
Nutritional status needs monitoring. 950
Obama can't go it alone. Will, George F. 761
Online registration now open for Children's Friend walk. 126
Online registration open for Children's Friend walk. 122
OSV Harvest Party slated Sept. 27. 316
Oxford Firefighters Association to host Community Day Oct. 5. 131
Parks and Recreation. 991
Parks director says goodbye. 843
Patriot principles examined; Event plumbs roots of American Revolution. Hill, BJ 811
Publishing workshop Oct. 4 at Booklovers' Gourmet. 124
Read a 'banned' book this month. 509
Ready for the challenge; Washington and Fuqua ride again in 'Equalizer'. Coyle, Jake 764
Ready your appetites: Taste of Wachusett is Oct. 1. Gottesman, Jan 1078
Recall election is on Nov. 4; forum is Oct. 22. 549
Recreation Department finds a home. 407
Registration open for Children's Friend walk. 154
Rehabilitation planned for River Terrace facility. Gottesman, Jan 761
Reserve a seat at Holden Grange supper. 108
Restaurant takes shape at lake site; Lashaway shore eatery. Ellery, J.P. 804
Retirement time; Dudley's forestry trucks to be replaced. LaPlaca, Debbie 293
RI 'talent' wins $1 million prize. 103
Richard Durand Sr. 389
Robert Byrom. 268
Robert Gosselin. Obituary 263
Rolling with the swings; Golf keeps Joyce rolling along. Gearan, Jay 682
Rookie faces challenge. Toland, Jennifer 742
RRI to hold road race Oct. 5. 234
Saturday/20. 355
Saturday/20. 659
Saturday/20. 401
Saturday/20. 562
Saturday/20. 298
Saturday/20. 426
Saturday/27. 200
Saturday/27. 125
School Lunches. 727
Schools get $4K for wellness program. 471
Schumacher-Hardy shares 'Local Lore'. 216
Search cost city $23,000; But the road led back home. Caywood, Thomas 437
Seeing red; Quirky 5K benefits local charities. Galeone, Christine 687
Selectmen award bid for work on guardrail at price of $37,063. 193
Senate OKs aid to fight militants; Warren, Markey oppose the bill. Espo, David; Cassata, Donna 815
Shrewsbury police logs. 1039
Spacey's stalker sentenced. 188
Sterling Police Log. 944
Sterling. 1280
Stocks rise, Dow hits all-time high. Renick, Oliver 204
Sunday/21. 186
Sunday/21. 218
Sunday/21. 246
Sunday/21. 201
Sunday/21. 156
Tahanto AD's Desk. 280
Tahanto boys soccer improves. Entwistle, Graham 674
Tahanto/West Boylston boys soccer sees improvement. Entwistle, Graham 674
Take a look at your emotional responses to food. 921
Taste of Wachusett is Oct. 1. Gottesman, Jan 1082
Teachers, school board no closer to agreement. Ring, Kim 530
Terri Priest. Obituary 409
Terri Priest. Obituary 469
Thanks to the Highway Department. 176
The New America's Line. Brown, Steve 399
The Past Speaks. 1212
The Week Ahead; Happenings for the next 10 days -- Sept. 19 through 28. Calendar 1007
Theresa Ferrara. Obituary 410
Thomas George. 279
Thursday/25. 202
Timothy Conley. 135
Today in History. 364
Townwide yard sale in Princeton. 136
Train dreams. Editorial 175
Tuesday/23. 172
Tuesday/23. 129
Tuesday/23. 157
Tuesday/23. 122
TV Top 5. 294
Ukraine leader 'satisfied' with US military aid. Shear, Michael D. 533
Vet upset with start; Woodson embarrassed. Toland, Jennifer 814
Veterans' agent saved his life. 104
Victoria Antos. 341
Voters can take back their republic. Letter to the editor 205
Wachusett Greenways Springdale Mill celebration is Sept. 27. 266
Waldron's 4 goals lift Panthers. 1622
Walk 'n' Roll for Ataxia slated for Sept. 20. 324
Walk to fight multiple sclerosis. 175
Walker's positive outlook isn't half bad. 631
WBHS AD's Desk. 448
Wednesday/24. 119
Wednesday/24. 117
Wednesday/24. 207
Wednesday/24. 180
Wednesday/24. 105
West Boylston publishes new phone numbers. 207
West Boylston residents organizing to support an updated bottle bill. 283
Westborough Community Land Trust awards scholarships. 158
Witness: 21 killed by army had already surrendered. Stevenson, Mark; Castillo, E. Eduardo 1044
Woo hoo for science; Lecture series promotes understanding. 254
Your gardening answers; Plant now, enjoy blueberries later. 227
Your gardening answers; Plant now, enjoy blueberries later. 227
Your gardening answers; Plant now, enjoy blueberries later. 242
Your gardening answers; Plant now, enjoy blueberries later. 227
YWCA dance-a-thon targets domestic abuse. Roberge, Amanda 357

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