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Clark Names Climate Expert Carr New Department Director

Professor Edward R. Carr

On Friday, Clark University announced the appointment of Professor Edward R. Carr as the school's new director of the International Development, Community and...

Communication of Worcester’s School Safety Plan Questioned by School Committee

Superintendent Dr. Melinda Boone presented her School Opening Readiness highlights at Thursday’s Worcester School Committee meeting.

Finneran: Heartache and Nonsense in Auburn

There’s a little two year old girl lying dead on a cold metal coroner’s table. There’s a little 22 month-old...

Worcester’s School Committee and Principals Were Forced to Wait for Safety Plan

With less than a week remaining before school begins, Worcester’s principals, assistant principals, and school safety personnel are still waiting for Superintendent Dr....

Senator Moore Meets With Students in Worcester’s Dynamy Program at State House

Sen. Moore (far right) in the Massachusetts Senate Chamber with students and staff from Dynamy.

Earlier this month, Senator Michael Moore (D-Millbury) hosted students from Worcester's Dynamy program. Dynamy offers educational and internship programs through the non-profit Y.O...

Baker Wants More Charter Schools While State Owes Millions to School Districts

Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker has made it a goal for his administration to provide the state with more charter schools and condense the lengthy waiting...

NEW: Indian Lake to Be Closed Friday for Algae Treatment

Indian Lake will be closed this Friday, August 21, due to chemical treatment for nuisance algae. 

Mayor Petty Announces Increase of Police Presence in Worcester’s Schools

On Wednesday afternoon, Worcester's Mayor Joe Petty announced that Superintendent Dr. Melinda Boone, City Manager Ed Augustus, Police Chief Gary Gemme and he have...

Worcester Police Seize Cocaine and Sawed-Off Shotgun from Cambridge St. Home

Early Wednesday morning, members of the Worcester Police Department Vice Squad, along with the S.W.A.T. team, executed a search warrant at 208 Cambridge...

Is the Patriots’ New Fantasy Sports Lounge a Gaming Venue?

"More than $1 Billion guaranteed cash & prizes this year,” promises DraftKings, and now for the first time in NFL history, the New England Patriots...

Nguyen: How the Deceased Auburn Child Ended Up in Foster Care

The death of a two-year-old girl, Avalena Conway Coxon, while in her foster home in Auburn, Massachusetts has once again put the spotlight on the...

Worcester Police Identify 24-Year-Old Killed in City’s Fifth Homicide This Year

The Worcester Police Department has identified the male victim who was fatally shot on Newbury Street as 24-year-old Shane Bennett of Worcester.

video: Hillary Clinton Has Run-In with Worcester’s Black Lives Matter Leaders

Earlier this month at a campaign event in New Hampshire, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had a run-in with three Black Lives Matters activists - including...

Worcester Could Lose More than $30 Million Annually to Charter Schools By 2017

With the announcement earlier this month that the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education received proposals from 10 groups seeking to open charter schools in...

24-Year-Old Shot in Worcester is City’s 5th Homicide This Year

On Sunday night, around 11:15 PM Worcester police officers responded to a call at the intersection of Newbury and Chatham Street for a report of an...

Attorney General Files Bill to Make Fentanyl Trafficking a Crime

Fentanyl

On Monday, Attorney General Maura Healey filed legislation that would establish the state crime of fentanyl trafficking. 

Lois Wims Joins Worcester State University as Provost

Dr. Lois A. Wims has joined Worcester State University as its new Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Worcester’s Crompton Park Pool to Remain Open Another Week

With a forecast of temperatures in the 90s all week, City Manager Ed Augustus and Assistant Commissioner of Parks Rob Antonelli have decided to keep...

18-Year-Old Shot in Worcester Early Monday Morning

Early Monday morning, around 1:25 AM, Worcester Police were alerted by the gunshot detection system ShotSpotter of a shooting near 965 Main Street.

Angiulo: Challenging the Legality of Motor Vehicle Stops by Police

There are a number of reasons why people may be pulled over by police. Sometimes their insurance has lapsed, maybe the registration had expired, or...

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