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A judge has denied a motion the Telegram & Gazette filed last month requesting an expedited resolution to a lawsuit it filed in 2018 seeking access... [Read More]
My 100th birthday a few days ago arrived with a flood of cards, emails, well wishes and suggestions. I want to thank everybody, including those... [Read More]
In mid-March, when COVID-19 became a harsh reality, dance studios everywhere were quickly shuttered — at the worst time possible. Competitions were canceled one by one,... [Read More]
WORCESTER — With additions to its breakfast, lunch and drink menus, Brew on the Grid plans to reopen on Monday. Not only does the menu have... [Read More]
A utility company truck, equipped with a vertical drilling tower, slammed into the Interstate 290 overpass at College Square Wednesday afternoon. The tower appears to... [Read More]
As Massachusetts allowed museums to open this week, Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston took another step in its reopening, which was begun in May.... [Read More]
After nearly 50 years on the department, part-time Grafton Fire Chief Micky Gauthier submitted his resignation Monday, the same day the town administrator posted the... [Read More]
The Shrewsbury and Millbury fire departments are among the dozen in Massachusetts to receive money in the federal government's latest grant program intended to help... [Read More]
The Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission will administer grants to small businesses in Central Massachusetts that were closed or suffered losses as a result of... [Read More]
New testing sites will be opened and mobile testing vans will be deployed in eight cities across Massachusetts where positive test rates for COVID-19 are... [Read More]
Elaine McKenna-Yeaw has had an eventful first year leading the Worcester Center for Crafts. Amid a global pandemic, WCC has continued to fulfill its mission... [Read More]
I am just passing on some thoughts I have had regarding the mask scenario we are all going through. When I was growing up there... [Read More]
Bad Marriage was red hot. The original rock 'n' roll outfit was packing rooms, selling plenty of merch, growing its fan-base and, in February, touring... [Read More]
The Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission will be administering a grant assistance program to small businesses in Central Massachusetts affected by closure and losses as... [Read More]
The Shrewsbury and Millbury fire departments are among the dozen in Massachusetts to receive money in the federal government's latest grant program... [Read More]
After nearly 50 years on the department, part-time Grafton Fire Chief Micky Gauthier submitted his resignation Monday, the same day the... [Read More]
A 25-year-old city man now faces a murder charge in a shooting Sunday that followed a confrontation in front of the man's home, according to... [Read More]
WORCESTER — For ArtsWorcester, its "Gravity/Levity: A Juried Members' Exhibition" opening July 9 in its main galleries at 44 Portland St. represents "our first foray into... [Read More]
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation stepped into the driver's seat in the effort to replace the Bourne and Sagamore bridges Tuesday after signing a historic... [Read More]
Dear Annie: I am about to retire. I don't want to sit around watching TV after retirement, so I'd like to adopt a retired greyhound... [Read More]
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