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Chris Christie Announces Presidential Run—Chris Christie Announces Presidential Run

Worcester Will Play A Minor Role In Proposed Boston 2024 Olympics—Boston 2024 has released more than 200 pages…

College Admissions: Will You Get a Free SAT in October?—If you were one of the nearly half…

MA Beauty Expert: Summer S.O.S.—Prolific writer Henry James called “summer afternoon” the…

Worcester Youth Leadership Institute Readies For Summer Program—The Worcester Youth Leadership Institute will begin a…

10 Great Things to Do In Worcester This Weekend - June 26th—As we close in on this weekend, GoLocalWorcester…

Tom Finneran : A White Guy’s Thoughts—Tom Finneran : A White Guy’s Thoughts

Americans with Disabilities Act Turns 25, Worcester to Celebrate on Saturday—For the 25th anniversary of the Americans with…

Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare Subsidies—Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare Subsidies

Where will you WOO? - Week of June 25, 2015—Where will you WOO during the Week of…

 
 
 

30% of Hispanic Households in Worcester Earn Less Than $15,000

In Worcester, where the Hispanic population accounts for more than 20% of the city , over 30% of the Hispanic and Latino families in the city live below...

NEW: US Supreme Court Legalizes Gay Marriage in All 50 States - MA Reacts

Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote the majority opinion in the 5 to 4 decision for the U.S. Supreme Court that legalized gay marriage in all 50 states.

#60 to #1: Worcester County Cities and Towns with Largest Household Income Gaps

The number of households in Worcester County that earn more than $100,000 is almost three times more than the number of households living below the poverty...

Americans with Disabilities Act Turns 25, Worcester to Celebrate on Saturday

Union Station

For the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Worcester will be holding a celebration on Saturday.

Worcester State and QCC Receive State Funding for New Construction

On Thursday morning Senator Michael O. Moore (D-Millbury) and Senate Majority Leader Harriette L. Chandler (D-Worcester) announced the release of $27 million in state fudning...

City Won’t Spend Promised $1M On Newton Hill Without Tennis Club Deal in Place

On Tuesday, City Manager Ed Augustus released a statement alerting the public that deal between the city and the Worcester Tennis Club for occupation of...

United Way to Donate $5.4 Million to Central Mass Community This Year

United Way of Central Massachusetts has announced the results of their most recent grant cycle. 35 agencies representing 49 programs were awarded nearly $2.8 million to continue their...

Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare Subsidies

The Supreme Court has upheld the Affordable Care Act in a 6-3 decision.

Moore and Donahue Secure $5 Million for Worcester Visitor Center

State Rep Dan Donahue of Worcester

Senator Michael O. Moore (D-Millbury) and Representative Daniel M. Donahue (D-Worcester) have announced that $5 million of state funding has been granted for the Worcester Blackstone...

Will Swimming in Worcester’s Ponds and Lakes Make You Sick?

A report released by the Commonwealth shows that more than 60 lakes and ponds in Central Massachusetts of the roughly 3,000 in the Bay State are deemed...

See the List: Central MA’s Most Polluted Ponds and Lakes

A report released by the Commonwealth shows that more than 60 lakes and ponds in Central Massachusetts of the roughly 3,000 in the Bay State are deemed...

MA State Police Capture Top Ten Most Wanted Fugitive

Massachusetts State Police have captured a man on the state's Top Ten Most Wanted List.

Racism and the Power of the Media Highlight Vibrant Discussion in Worcester

Leonard Cooper of Worcester's NAACP Speaks with Other Group Members (Image: Matt Wright)

The fifth part in a seven week series of Worcester's Community Discussions on Race took place last night at Worcester Technical High School. The...

NEW: Tornado Watch in Effect in Worcester Until 11 p.m.

The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch in Massachusetts, effective until 11 p.m.

South Carolina’s Confederate Flag Sparks National Attention

As top leaders continue to call for the removal of the confederate flag from the South Carolina Capitol building, interest has peaked throughout the US.

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...

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