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Ebola Concerns: Central MA Nurses Demand Higher Standards

In the wake of news that a Dallas nurse has tested positive for Ebola and that there is a potential Ebola case in a Boston...

UPDATED: Five Removed from Flight in Logan

Five passengers have been removed from a flight from Dubai by Emergency Response personel according to Tweets from passengers on the plane now grounded at...

Interstate Partnership to Benefit Heroin Trafficking in Massachusetts

Massachusetts has joined three other states as a part of a task force to combat the heroin epidemic currently happening in the Northeastern part of...

Leonardo Angiulo: Mixing Politics with Supermarkets

Farmer's markets are great, and specialty stores have some tasty offerings, but most people go to the supermarket at least once a week.

Coakley Using High Profile Democrats to Boost Campaign Fundraising

With the announcement that Bill Clinton will be campaigning in Worcester to aid Martha Coakley in her campaign for governor, it is becoming more...

John Monfredo: “Kids Who Read Succeed”… Join Our Team

“Smile and all of Worcester will SMILE with you.”  World Smile Day not only brought big smiles to the community on October ...

Central MA Residents To Face High Heating Costs This Winter

Regardless of how you heat your home this weekend, chances are you will have an unsettling feeling in your wallet.

Can The Hanover Theatre Help Spark Worcester’s Downtown?

The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts has finalized a purchase of a vacant, three-floor former office building with street level retail space...

Clark Biblical Scholar Logs 60,000 Miles in Sabbatical Lecture Tour

Everett Fox – an Allen M. Glick Professor of Judaic and Biblical Studies at Clark University – recently returned from a world tour in which...

City Councilors Demand Security Cameras in Worcester Parks

In an effort to cut down on some of the crime being reported out of Worcester’s various parks, a group of City Councilors...

Worcester Education Advocates Decry Standardized Testing Initiatives

Worcester may have voted to split up public schools between MCAS and PARCC testing for the upcoming school year, but it seems like with each...

Nativity Worcester President Appointed Chair of NativityMiguel Coalition

Alex Zequeira, the President of Nativity School of Worcester – the city’s only private, tuition-free middle school for boys from low-income...

Worcester Plagued By Youth/Gang Crime

As the people who are committing violent crimes in Worcester get younger and younger, city officials, community leaders, and people who deal with...

MA Gubernatorial Candidates Looking for an Edge in TV Advertising

With a gubernatorial race that seems closer than ever, both Martha Coakley and Charlie Baker are looking for any competitive advantage possible...

Worcester Needs to Focus on Johns to Solve Prostitution Problems

Worcester has taken a great effort in trying to arrest those involved with prostitution throughout the city, but a breakdown of Massachusetts State...

Worcester Arrests More Prostitutes Than Any Other MA City

A popular technique to arrest prostitutes is a sting operation, where an officer will go undercover as a john and ask for sexual favors.

Worcester – a city that has long been associated with having problems with prostitution – made more prostitution-related arrests than any other...

slides: MA Cities and Towns With the Most Prostitution Arrests

In 2013, the state of Massachusetts arrested 920 people on prositution related charges, according to data released by the Massachusetts State Police.

Women Represent 70-Percent of Prostitution-Related Arrests in MA

Many prostitutes return to the profession after being arrested to pay their bills, feed their drug addictions, and more.

Nearly 70-percent of all people arrested for prostitution-related crimes in Massachusetts in 2013 were women, according to information gathered by...

Worcester Police Chief Gemme Can’t Be Fired With Current Contract

With a city in the midst of dealing with a variety of crime-related issues including heroin overdoses, robberies, youth and gang violence, and more...

Worcester PowerPlayer: Educator Karen Pelletier

Each week, GoLocal shines the spotlight on one individual who is making an impact on Worcester. This week, GoLocal sat down the Director of Higher...

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