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Personal Tech For Women: 5 Things to Know About New, Smarter Food Label—Some of us might spend more time at…

Horowitz: Don’t Count Martin O’Malley Out—With all signals pointing to Martin O’Malley formally…

Organize + Energize: Be Prepared. Organize a First-Aid Kit—Organize + Energize: Be Prepared. Organize a First-Aid…

Angiulo: Unringing the Bell of Falsified Drug Tests—The concept of due process in criminal proceedings…

Revs, D.C. United Play to 1-1 Draw at Gillette—The New England Revolution (5-3-5) and the (6-2-4)…

Monfredo: Year 10 Engaging Readers in Worcester - Book Drive a Huge Success—The ability to read well is the single…

Fit for Life – Yes, You Can!—I was at a networking event last week…

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Sweet Memory—The most enduring sense is smell. We are…

Friday Financial Five – May 22, 2015—Instead of taking Social Security benefits as early…

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News

slides: The 25 Central MA Schools with Worst Chronic Absentee Problem

Over the past two school years, the percentage of students in Massachusetts that are chronically absent from school is 12.5… Read More

 

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slides: See the List: 25 Central MA Schools with Worst Chronic Absentee Problem

The percentage of students that are chronically absent from school in Worcester is nearly 20 percent. Chronic… Read More

 

Sports

GoLocal’s Running Coach: Tools of the Trail

The most important running tool is the right pair of shoes. This is by far the most over looked necessity. I get asked what… Read More

 

Politics

Horowitz: Don’t Count Martin O’Malley Out

Rob Horowitz

With all signals pointing to Martin O’Malley formally announcing his candidacy for the Democratic Presidential… Read More

 

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Worcester’s City Hall Basement to House TV Studio

For over nearly a decade, the City of Worcester has been attempting to improve their television coverage of City Council,… Read More

 

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Construction in Worcester - Week of May 25

Worcester Department of Public Works and Parks (DPW&P) has announced that there will be traffic delays this week at the… Read More

 

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Massachusetts Ranks Poorly for Women Balancing Work and Family

Massachusetts ranks poorly for women balancing work and family, according to a new study “The Status of Women in the… Read More

 

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Memorial Day - the Cost of War

Memorial Day is the day of remembrance for those who lost their lives serving America in the U.S. Military. Today, hundreds… Read More

 

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South High Students to Explore Biotech at WPI

Students from South High School in Worcester will experiencing biotech hands-on and in-the-field at WPI on Tuesday.

 

News

Angiulo: Unringing the Bell of Falsified Drug Tests

The concept of due process in criminal proceedings necessarily requires all parties involved to act in good faith.… Read More

 

News

Worcester Trial Court Members Honored by MA State Police

On Friday, Senator Harriette L. Chandler (D-Worcester) announced that members of the Worcester Trial Court were… Read More

 

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Mount Carmel to Hold Kick Off Dinner for Summer’s Italian Festival

In the spirit of bringing back a great Worcester tradition, a Kick Off Dinner will be held for this Summer's Italian… Read More

 

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Worcester County Sheriff’s Dept. Pairs Inmates with Shelter Dogs

Inmates Luis Maldonado and Matthew Witaszek use voice commands and treats to help train Second Chance Animal Shelter dogs Gabe and Remy while in the yard of the work release building at the Worcester County Jail & House of Correction - Photo Courtesy of Worcester County Sheriff's Dept.

Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis recently announced that he has teamed up with East Brookfield's Second Chance… Read More

 

Sports

Revs, D.C. United Play to 1-1 Draw at Gillette

The New England Revolution (5-3-5) and the (6-2-4) D.C. United played to a 1-1 draw on Saturday night at Gillette Stadium.… Read More

 

News

The 20 Best Worcester Restaurant Openings Every Year Since 1995

GoLocalWorcester has put together a list of the 20 best restaurant openings in the city since 1995.

 

Politics

Senators Moore and Chandler Secure Funding for Worcester Priorities

On Friday morning, Senators Harriette L. Chandler (D-Worcester) and Michael O. Moore (D-Millbury) announced that the… Read More

 

News

Monfredo: Year 10 Engaging Readers in Worcester - Book Drive a Huge Success

The ability to read well is the single best indicator of future economic success – regardless of family background, and… Read More

 

News

City of Worcester to Honor Veterans on Memorial Day

The City of Worcester is inviting the public to honor those who served by attending Memorial Day acitivities on Sunday and… Read More

 

Politics

Matt Fecteau: Let’s Talk About Online Voting

The United States should discuss, and debate whether online voting is feasible. 

 

News

Owner of Pho Dakao Defends Business Against Disgruntled Former Employee

The owner of the Vietnamese restaurant in Worcester accused of re-using food has penciled a letter in defense of his business… Read More

 

News

Former Commissioner Blasts Worcester for Current Condition of Public Parks

Former Worcester Parks Commissioner Thomas Taylor took to social media this week and blasted the city for its lack of… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Personal Tech For Women: 5 Things to Know About New, Smarter Food Label

Some of us might spend more time at the grocery store scrutinizing the labels than actually putting food items in the cart.… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Organize + Energize: Be Prepared. Organize a First-Aid Kit

We are beginning to spend more time outdoors and with more time outdoors you may find yourself getting acute injuries, bug… Read More

 

Health

MA Counties with Most Medicare Prescriptions Per Beneficiaries

After a certain age, birthdays aren’t such a big deal. When you’re in your younger years, birthdays represent… Read More

 

Lifestyle

College Admissions: Advice to The Class of 2016 From The Class of 2015

Students receive a myriad of advice throughout the college admissions process from parents, counselors, teachers, coaches and… Read More

 

Lifestyle

JAWS and Dreyfuss Heading to Worcester’s Mechanics Hall

In celebration of the 40th Anniversary of JAWS, MASSive Comic Con is hosting a special screening of Steven… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Fit for Life – Yes, You Can!

I was at a networking event last week that one of my clients was putting on, and I was talking to an individual that seemed… Read More

 

Beauty & Fashion

MA Beauty Expert: Chic Styling – Getting White Right

Summer’s unofficial opening day is upon us. If you remember, we told you in this column that the rules of white are… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Leonard Moorehead, The Urban Gardener: Sweet Memory

The most enduring sense is smell. We are hard wired to detect scent. A child recognizes mother’s scent and turns for… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Why Certain Video Games Will Never Die

Good games never die. Obviously this is true for games like dominoes and chess, but the same can be said for video games.… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Five Fun Things to Do This Weekend: May 22-24

This week's Five Fun Things include creating your own jellfyish paperweights, a pottery project for dad, a comedy show, a… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Condit: Behind the Scenes with Roger McGuinn

Rolling Stone dubbed him one of the 100 Greatest Guitarists.  Roger McGuinn recorded his first number one hit,… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Five Live Music Musts: May 22-24, 2015

Here are five live music performances that you will not want to miss this weekend.

 

Health

MA Physicians Launch Effort Against Opioid Abuse

The Massachusetts Medical Society announced on Thursday that the organization is launching a campaign to educate physicians… Read More

 

Food

The Cellar: Great Blends from South Africa

If you are anything like me, your BBQ season has already kicked into high gear. The following are reviews of two outstanding… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Where to Woo? - Week of May 21, 2015

Worcester Art Museum

Where will you WOO during the week of May 21, 2015?

 

Health

5 Natural Ways to Calm Your Anxiety

Anxiety is scary. You feel crazy, alone and weak. 

 

Lifestyle

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Relationship Dilemmas

What to do when a blind date goes badly, and when he has pre-wedding jitters. How to regulate e-cigarette vaping in your home… Read More

 

Health

Arvizu: Birth Centers: An Important Extension of Health Care

There are two ways to view birth in a healthy, low risk woman experiencing a normal pregnancy – that my labor is… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Organize + Energize: Starting a Business? It’s Time to Get Organized!

Starting a business can be an exciting, crazy, and stressful time. If you are disorganized, you will create more work for… Read More

 

Lifestyle

slides: 10 Great Pets in Need of Loving Homes - May 19

Calling all animal lovers! If you're on the lookout for a new pet for you or your family, look no… Read More

 

Health

Letter to the Editor: In Support of the Healthy Youth Act

Did you know when Massachusetts public schools teach sex education, there’s no guarantee they use a curriculum that is… Read More

 

Lifestyle

20 Things Worcester Kids Born in the 80s Grew Up With That No Longer Exist

If you were born in Worcester in the 1980s, you've witnessed some serious changes over the last thirty-plus years

 

Lifestyle

McConaughey Movie Filmed in Worcester Gets Booed At Cannes

Unfortuntaely for McConaughey, his response only garnered more criticism. Photo Credit: IMDB (Image Cropped)

Gus Van Sant’s new film, The Sea of Trees, experienced a brutal reception this year at the Cannes Festival,… Read More

 

Lifestyle

Personal Tech for Women: 5 Things to Know About Purging Your Closet

When you’re in the midst of changing up your seasonal wardrobe – lighter threads for warmer layers – you… Read More

 

Lifestyle

College Admissions: Why Every Child Should Help Pay for College

Even for kids who have hefty college fund accounts, taking on some of the financial responsibility for their education can be a real gift

While many students in America review financial aid packages and struggle to figure out how to pay for college next year, a… Read More

 

Food

The Cellar: The Other White Pinot

Most of you are familiar with the white grape variety Pinot Gris or Pinot Grigio, as the Italian examples are more commonly… Read More

 

Food

Ask a Bartender: What’s Wrong with Drinking Alone?

I see no problem in having a drink by yourself. It’s actually a nice luxury.