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Worcester Independence Day Fireworks Postponed to July 2—Worcester Independence Day Fireworks Postponed to July 2

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Tower Hill to Host Largest Outdoor Exhibit in Their 30 Year History—Tower Hill to Host Largest Outdoor Exhibit in…

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Worcester to Hold Gun Buyback This Saturday

On Saturday, the City of Worcester, along with UMass Memorial Medical Center and Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Early, will be hosting a Gun Buyback...

Severe Thunderstorms and Strong Winds Heading to Worcester Tuesday

Severe thunderstorms, damaging winds and large hail are heading to Worcester on Tuesday afternoon.

What’s Happening in Worcester Public Schools this Month?

There are only a few days left of school and Worcester Public Schools has published its final District Newsletter for the 2014-2015 school year. 

Charter Bus Driven By Worcester Man Destroyed By Fire on I-495

Image Courtesy of Massachusetts State Police (cropped)

A charter bus driven was destroyed on Monday morning when it caught fire at the interchange between the Mass Pike and I-495 in Hopkinton.

Women from Worc.County are 12 Times More Likely to Go to Jail Pre-Trial than Men

Women detained in Worcester County prior to conviction are twelve times more likely to be put in jail before trial than men. A recent GoLocalWorcester...

City to Shut Down Indian Lake Again for Algae Treatment

For the second time in five weeks, Indian Lake will be forced to close. On Monday, all use of the lake will be prohbited due...

Angiulo: Supreme Court Decides When Online Threats Become Criminal Acts

There is a line that can be crossed in online communication. On one side of the line is free speech protected by the First...

Five Fertility Foods to Add to Your Diet

Fertility struggles can leave you feeling alone and lost, and at war with your body. There is so much information out there — competing, confusing,...

Construction in Worcester - Week of June 22

Worcester Department of Public Works and Parks (DPW&P) has announced that there will be traffic delays this week at the following locations. Resurfacing...

NEW: 26-Year-Old Man Stabbed Multiple Times at KasBar on Saturday

Just before the bar closed on Saturday morning, Worcester Police responded to a reported stabbing at the KasBar.

Monfredo: Burncoat Middle School Library Transformed Into Something Special…

Last week at a ribbon cutting ceremony the Burncoat Middle School library was transformed into a modern day library. 

NEW: Governor Baker Approves Sale of Medical Marijuana in MA

On Friday morning, Charlie Baker announced the approval of a one-time, temporary waiver to allow the first medical marijuana dispensary to sell its product.

Worcester Public Schools Lose $22 Million Annually to Charter Schools

School districts in Central Massachusetts are losing millions in much-needed funds in inflated tuition payments to charter schools, according to a GoLocalWorcester analysis of data...

Central MA School Districts with Most Money Lost to Charter Schools

School districts across Central Massachusetts will lose out on a combined $36 million this fiscal year to charter school tuition payments.

Worcester to Plant 30 New Trees on West Boylston Street

On Friday, the City of Worcester will hold a ceremonial tree planting to celebrate 30 new trees to be planted on West Boylston Street along the...

Is Worcester Losing Its Identity as a Sports Town?

The First Perfect game. Ted Williams' first home run. Bob Cousy. Tom Heinsohn. The Ryder Cup. The U.S. Open. Jesse Burkett All-Stars. Major Taylor. ...

City Re-Launches Partnership with Worcester Police and Local Clergy

The City of Worcester has re-launched a partnership between the Worcester Police Department and local clergy. The newly-reconstituted Worcester Clergy Police Community Partnership will...

A Breakdown of Hate Crimes in the United States

On Wednesday night, nine people were shot and killed in Charleston, South Carolina. The suspect has since been caught and federal authorities have opened a...

State Police Identify Man Killed in East Brookfield Crash

The Massachusetts State Police have identified the man killed in a Wednesday, June 16 crash on Route 49 at Flagg Road in East Brookfield as Jason Cranston, 30,...

Tips for Keeping Your Kids Safe Online This Summer from BBB

The Better Business Bureau offers tips to avoid the most prevalent risks that children may encounter online.

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