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Artist Tory Fair to Speak At Worcester Art Museum—Contemporary artist Tory Fair will discuss her work,…

Patriots Roster Projections 2.0—Who makes the cut? Who gets cut? Find…

Old Sturbridge Village to Offer Free Admission to Kids on Labor Day Weekend—Old Sturbridge Village will host their annual "Family…

Worcester to Declare August 21 as American Antiquarian Society Day—City officials and American Antiquarian Society staff will…

Organize + Energize: 10 Ways to Make Your Mornings Easier—How many of you rush around in the…

Dear John: Does He Have a Secret Life?—She found lipstick in his car.....

Smart Benefits: New IRS Publication Tells Individuals if They’ll Pay an ACA Penalty at Tax Time—The Internal Revenue Service recently issued a publication…

5 Books to Help You Survive the College Admissions Process—When you walk into the college section of…

Comic Robin Williams’ Death Puts Spotlight on Depression, Suicide—Last Monday evening, millions of Americans were shocked…

Revolution Fight To Home Draw Following Bye Week—The New England Revolution welcomed the Portland Timbers…


NEW: City of Worcester Announces Cooling Centers Are Open

The City of Worcester’s Emergency Management Department and the Division of Public Health announced that the cooling

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Leonardo Angiulo: What’s Next For America’s Voting Rights Act

At the time of its enactment, the Voting Rights Act was an exceptional piece of legislation designed to combat one of the

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slides: 100 Summer Bests in Central Massachusetts

Summer is here, Central Mass., and that means time to take full advantage of everything from great outdoor activites to

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In Case You Missed It: Worcester Chamber of Commerce Gets Aggressive

Tim Murray did not take long to send a new message from the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.

"In Case You Missed It," GoLocal's Saturday feature, puts the week's top stories in one easy place for you to review and

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John Monfredo: 10 Ways To Help Your Child Stay Smart This Summer

Every kid looks forward to summer vacation, but in the absence of summer learning they could be at an advantage in September.

If you have read the last two issues that I wrote you know how passionate I feel about summer learning. Thus, here is my

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Worcester Sharks New Leadership: Cleaning House, Rebuilding Team

COO John Tortora (center) announces the long-awaited addition of Joe Will (right) and Jon Gustafson (left) to the Worcester Sharks team.

For some time, Worcester Sharks fans have been waiting–to put it in hockey terms–for a shift change at the DCU Center.

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slides: Massachusetts Beers Wins Big in US Open Beer Championships

Four native Massachusetts brewing companies, including Wormtown Brewery from Worcester, recently received top honors at

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Mass. State Senator Moore Appointed to NEBHE Advisory Committee

Senator Michael O. Moore (D-Millbury), Senate Chairman of the Joint Committee on Higher Education, announced today that he

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Reporter Dean Starkman Joins GoLocal

GoLocal24 has named Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Dean Starkman as a contributor and editor-at-large.

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WRTA’s New Worcester Bus Plan Angers Downtown Riders

The sight of WRTA buses at  downtown stops may be a thing of the past, if a new routing system that focuses on the Hub is implemented, and that has Worcester riders angry.

The opening of the WRTA Transportation Hub has provoked outspoken criticism and concern from Worcester locals, which was

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NEW: Patrick Announces Funds To Combat Homelessness

Governor Patrick announced $4 million for emergency shelter, rehousing and prevention programs today.  See how Worcester fared.

The Patrick Administration’s Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) today announced $4 million in federal

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Julia Steiny: What The Numbers Tell Us About The Class of 2013

And so another class joins the ranks of adults...what can we know about them?

The mortarboards have been tossed. The "Congratulations Grad" balloons have withered. Grandma's gift check has been

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Massachusetts Roads Rated Among Worst in the Nation

A new state-by-state study conducted by the Reason Foundation found that Massachusetts roads are in the among the ten

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Legislators Tell What They Won for Central Massachusetts in Budget

This year's budget has some significant wins for Central Massachusetts according to the Representatives and Senators who

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