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Town officials are seeking input on a proposed eight-building, 16-home project on Chace Hill Road in Sterling. MassHousing Relationship Manager Michael Busby said the... [Read More]
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BARRE — In the 37 years since he roamed the halls of Quabbin Regional High School, William O'Donnell has gone far.Mr. O'Donnell is a 1981 graduate... [Read More]
WORCESTER — Bail was set at $7,500 cash Thursday for a Worcester man whose 2016 convictions on child sexual assault charges were vacated last month by... [Read More]
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The public health advisory against swimming, fishing or boating in Indian Lake has been lifted by the city Division of Public Health and the Department... [Read More]
WORCESTER — The Worcester Regional Transit Authority Advisory Board on Thursday unanimously passed a nearly $26 million balanced 2019 budget that avoids service cuts and does... [Read More]
WORCESTER — UMass Medical Center Inc. and UMass Memorial Medical Group Inc. will pay $230,000 to the state after two former employees in separate data breaches... [Read More]
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A 90-year-old West Warren woman was taken to a hospital by medical helicopter after being hit by a car while crossing Route 67 Thursday morning.The... [Read More]
Timothy P. Murray, president and CEO of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce, is this year's recipient of the March of Dimes Charitable Leadership Award.Murray,... [Read More]
The dragon boats return to Lake Quinsigamond on Saturday with crews of 21 people to a large canoe-style boat — 20 paddlers, and one drummer.... [Read More]
Art and music will be the bedrock of the Second Annual Arts Festival at Stone Church in Gilbertville on Saturday. The festival will feature exhibits... [Read More]
I'm one of those people who gets frazzled easily. Like when the driver in front of me sits and stares at the red light instead... [Read More]
There are two great events this week for you beer lovers — you can choose to get your ooompah on or help celebrate a brewery's first... [Read More]
Boston-based Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys will headline The 2nd Midnight Mystery Cabaret, a true late-night show in the city that also... [Read More]
Worcester folks may vaguely remember reading or being taught that Abraham Lincoln visited Worcester on September 12, 1848, but they probably don't know why. He... [Read More]
Living history flies into Worcester Sept. 21-23 as the "Wings of Freedom Tour" will enable people to see and experience rare, fully restored World War... [Read More]
Having been kicking around in one form or another since 1985, Wilbur & The Dukes may be one of Worcester's most iconic bands, playing a... [Read More]
Thomas Gonzales and his community of Delacroix Island in Louisiana's coastal wetlands survived Hurricane Katrina but now have a new threat — hordes of monstrous 20-pound... [Read More]
You never really know what you're going to get in the offbeat Guerrilla Theatre, but when the headliner is Mark Hosler of the experimental music... [Read More]
When it reigns, it pours.At least, that's what the managerial team behind downtown Worcester's first beer garden is forecasting this weekend.Located at the site of... [Read More]
The Pawtucket Red Sox are looking to establish "deep roots" in the community as part of the team's move to the city by involving local... [Read More]
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