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Worcester Stands to Lose $100K More on May Street Property

The 5 May Street saga continues, following a recent call for bids that yielded a single bid for $70K.

The City of Worcester stands to lose another $130,000 on 5 May Street, as a recent call for bids on the embroiled property

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slides: Worcester Named Top City In US For College Grads

Everyone knows Worcester has a great college scene, and a new ranking says that the city is also one of the Best Small

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In Case You Missed It: Tim Murray Returns To Worcester

"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: Making Worcester “The City That Reads”

With so many Central Mass participants lending a hand in this year's

The ability to read well is the single best indicator of future economic success – regardless of family background and it

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MA Police Departments - Now Leveraging Social Media

The game changed for how the police announce important news events last month in Boston. While nearly every news

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slides: Top Central MA Police Departments for Social Media

Check out the top Central MA Police Departments for social media.


NEW: No Strike—UMass Memorial and Nurses Reach Agreement

Strike averted -- UMass Memorial and nurses reached agreement late last night.

An agreement was reached late last night between UMass Memorial Medical Center and nurses, averting the strike scheduled

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Reactions to Murray’s Return: Sides Split

Is Murray's return to Worcester good or bad?  MA politicos weigh in.

On Wednesday, Lt. Governor Tim Murray announced he was stepping down from his post -- and taking a $200K a year job

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Murray’s Career - The Good and The Bad

Tim Murray at the age of 44 seems to have lived a very long and deep political life for a young man. In a bizarre twist,

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NEW: Senator Warren Receiving Support for Bank On Students Act

Since introducing the Bank on Students Loan Fairness Act to prevent student loan interest rates from doubling on July 1st,

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NEW: Murray to Head Worcester Chamber

Lt. Governor Tim Murray is resigning his office as Lt. Governor and will take the position as CEO of the Worcester

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BREAKING: Murray to Resign Lt. Governor

According to sources to the Boston Globe, the paper is reporting the Lt. Governor Tim Murray will resign his office.

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slides: Remembering Worcester’s Tornado of 1953

In light of the recent Oklahoma tornado destruction, and with the approaching 60th anniversary of the devastating 1953

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NEW: Representative Fresolo Resigns

Representative John Fresolo has resigned today, sources told GoLocal.


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