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Debbie Perron has been involved with the Grafton Lions Club for 35 years. She had a sense of community instilled in her by her father,... [Read More]
A man and a woman take a leisurely stroll through Green Hill Golf Course on Saturday. [Read More]
WORCESTER — When community music and arts schools had to shut their doors in March because of the coronavirus crisis, they could at least zoom in... [Read More]
Coronavirus cases in Worcester County increased to 1,077 on Monday, up from 978 on Sunday and 915 on Saturday. Monday night, the city of Worcester reported 39... [Read More]
A police officer shot and killed a man who threatened the officer with a metal pipe, according to the office of Worcester District Attorney Joseph... [Read More]
While much of the attention at City Hall is focused these days on dealing with the local impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, the business of... [Read More]
As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, all summer classes at Worcester State University will be online, a continuation of the school's spring semester approach.... [Read More]
People and their pets walked round and round Elm Park Monday afternoon, taking care to maintain social distance, but also hoping news of a tiger... [Read More]
The city wants to renovate the Coal Mine Brook conservation area and improve the eastern part of the East-West hiking trail.As a first step, City... [Read More]
WINCHENDON — People driving past the industrial park on Route 140 may wonder why there are cars parked outside of Mylec Hockey, a company famous for... [Read More]
As the number of COVID-19 cases in Massachusetts climbed to nearly 14,000, Gov. Charlie Baker and his wife, Lauren Baker, on Monday announced the creation... [Read More]
The city announced it has 39 new cases of COVID-19 Monday, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 372. That's 257 new cases since... [Read More]
Rich Garven's column, "It's time to cancel high school sports spring season" fails to address the key question: "What is the upside of cancelling early?" ... [Read More]
They emerged from the forest carrying mats and backpacks stuffed with gear. Striding past the red sign indicating that the Rock House Reservation in West... [Read More]
The plague from China that has gone viral has taught us some valuable lessons. First and foremost, President Trump was right all along that the... [Read More]
Ms. DeFeudis, I am aware of your philanthropy in the Worcester community and beyond and am grateful for the work you do. I do, however,... [Read More]
Rich Garven's column, "It's time to cancel high school sports spring season" fails to address the key question: "What is the upside of canceling early?" ... [Read More]
United Way of North Central Massachusetts has awarded $22,500 in grants to 11 local agencies from its Stand United COVID-19 Response Fund. The fund, launched... [Read More]
Since a March 11 telephone conference call with local health officials around the state, the state Department of Public Health has been verbally telling local... [Read More]
It may be a bit early here on the gardener's calendar, but there are plenty of seeds of thought out and about before spring hits... [Read More]
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