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WORCESTER — As investigators Thursday continued to look for the cause of the four-alarm fire that claimed the life of Lt. Jason Menard, the city announced... [Read More]
WORCESTER — To some it might seem too late in the game for former Gov. Deval Patrick who announced his candidacy for president Thursday, months after... [Read More]
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Last week, the FBI – along with six other government agencies – issued an urgent warning about America's election security. "Our adversaries want to undermine... [Read More]
As investigators Thursday continued to look for the cause of a four-alarm fire that claimed the life of Lt. Jason Menard, the city announced that... [Read More]
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A Massachusetts firefighter group has created a fund to support the family of Worcester Fire Lt. Jason Menard, who died from injuries suffered in a... [Read More]
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WORCESTER — To some it might seem too late in the game for former Gov. Deval Patrick who announced his candidacy for president Thursday, months after... [Read More]
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A 26-year-old Leominster resident has been identified as the woman whose body was found Monday near the entrance to the Athol Wastewater Treatment Plant. Family... [Read More]
WORCESTER — Samantha Lester, who suffered life-threatening injuries in a deadly home invasion seven years ago on Lovell Street, identified Noel Inoa in court Thursday as... [Read More]
Gardner Mayor Mark Hawke says he has accepted the position of town administrator in Westminster. He will begin his new job in the first week... [Read More]
In April of this year student activists called for acknowledgment of inaction regarding racism in Worcester's schools. Last month, Worcester voters took to the polls... [Read More]
A 28-year-old North Grosvenordale man has been charged with stabbing a relative to death early this morning, state police said.   Kyle Carpenter, of 464... [Read More]
The condition of the firefighter injured in the blaze that claimed the life of Lt. Jason Menard is improving, Chief Michael Lavoie said Thursday morning.... [Read More]
As Worcester mourns the loss of one of its firefighters, others are making efforts to recognize the loss. On Wednesday night, the Kenneth F. Burns... [Read More]
The Holy Cross Chamber Singers present "Love: Lost and Found" with performances on Nov. 16 and 17 at the College of the Holy Cross and... [Read More]
The week leading up to an election can be a hectic one — a mad dash of spending, publicity stunts, voter outreach. Anything to get an... [Read More]
Celebrate the holidays with The Museum of Russian Icons by visiting two small but "iconic" exhibitions — one tracing the intriguing history of nutcrackers, and the... [Read More]
Both Franz Joseph Haydn's "Lord Nelson Mass" and Leonard Bernstein's "Chichester Psalms" were written in troubled times. Indeed, Haydn's work was originally titled "Mass for... [Read More]
On his recent album, "Spectacular Class," Jontavious Willis has a song called, "The Blues is Dead?" It's a question he approaches with incredulity, and indeed,... [Read More]
For 30 years, WCUW radio host Chuck Chillin has often been the last voice of Worcester in the week, the only person speaking live over... [Read More]
Another local kid overdosed. I say kid, even though he was in his 30s, but I still think of him as he was in high... [Read More]
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