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Dale LePage and the Manhattans CD Release Party September 4—Ceres Bistro at the Beechwood Hotel will host…

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Guest MINDSETTER™ Warren Tolman: Candidate for Attorney General—This race for Attorney General is about leadership.…

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Junior League of Worcester Kicked Off 90th Year With a Move—The Junior League of Worcester (JLW) and its…

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The Urban Gardener: Harvesting Green Beans + Sunflowers—Gardening made simple...

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Coalition of Taxi Groups Forming to Fight Uber

A statewide coalition of taxi groups in Massachusetts is beginning to take shape, with a goal of stopping ride-sharing company Uber from expanding...

Worcester to Declare August 21 as American Antiquarian Society Day

AAS President Ellen Dunlap and President Barack Obama. Photo by Jocelyn Augustino, courtesy of National Endowment for the Humanities.

City officials and American Antiquarian Society staff will celebrate behind City Hall on Thursday, Aug. 21, to honor one of Worcester's most important cultural institutions.

Uber Looks to Worcester for Potential Expansion

an ad posted on craigslist.com

After recently putting job listings on craigslist.com looking for potential drivers for the Worcester area, it looks like international ride-sharing..

MA Opponents Gaining Momentum in Gas Pipeline Battle

the line in blue is where the proposed pipeline would run through Worcester County

After a successful rally at the statehouse on July 30th, anti-gas pipeline advocates are hopeful that they have enough support throughout the state...

MA Advocates Outraged Over Further Marijuana Dispensary Delays

After a variety of delays to medical marijuana dispensaries in the state of Massachusetts, medical marijuana advocates are outraged and concerned...

slides: What Famous Central MA Residents Drive: Tim Murray

Whether for transportation or for sheer joy, automobiles and car culture have become pervasive in our culture to the point that most can’t...

Angiulo: New MA Domestic Violence Law Changes Process After Arrest for Both Victims and Accused

On August 8, 2014 a new bill focused on domestic violence was signed into law and took immediate effect.  The principle behind the bill, protecting victims...

Comic Robin Williams’ Death Puts Spotlight on Depression, Suicide

Last Monday evening, millions of Americans were shocked to hear that 63-year- old Robin Williams died from an apparent suicide.

Central MA Residents Must Check Trees in Wake of Invasive Beetle

Residents of Central Massachusetts are encouraged to check their local trees in an effort to spot Asian Longhorned Beetles – an invasive species of...

John Monfredo: School Year to Begin On August 27th for Grades 1-12

Hard to believe that the end of the summer break for our students is coming to an end!  Where have all the days gone? ...

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Junot Diaz to Give President’s Lecture at Clark University

Junot Diaz

Junot Diaz, the 2007 recipient of the Pulitzer Prize, will give the President’s Lecture at Clark University on September 30 at Atwood Hall at 7pm.

Worcester Fighting to Remove Synthetic Marijuana from City

The city of Worcester is fighting to remove synthetic marijuana – also known as K2, K3, and spice – from convenience stores and gas stations...

MA Gun Rights Group Snubbed at Gun Bill Signing

After investing a lot of time to work with state officials to ensure that the recently enacted gun law was something that everyone could agree...

Worcester K-12 Schools Eliminate Zero Tolerance to Cut Suspensions

Conforming to state laws and regulations, the Worcester Public School District will enact a newly drafted code of conduct for the upcoming school...

Baker Releases Healthcare Priorities for Improved Care in MA

Republican gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker has released a series of healthcare priorities that as Governor, Baker would work to implement...

Clark Senior Receives $10,000 Grant From Davis Projects for Peace

Fernando shakes hands with W.P. Piyadasa, a cattle herder who received one of Fernando’s leopard-proof mesh enclosures.

Clark University senior Sanjiv Fernando received a $10,000 grant from Davis Projects for Peace, which he used to fund his self-designed conservation..

Old Sturbridge Village to Celebrate Senator Stephen Brewer Day

Stephen M. Brewer

Old Sturbridge Village will honor retiring Massachusetts State Senator Stephen M. Brewer by establishing a $1,500 summer internship in his name and offering free admission for...

Coakley Blasted For Outsider Image Portrayed in First TV Ad

After releasing her first television advertisement gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley has been blasted by competitors and political experts...

UMass Memorial Nurses Outraged Over Worsening Hospital Conditions

A combination of inaction from administration and worsening or stagnant hospital conditions throughout the UMass Memorial system has nurses outraged..

slides: 2014 Massachusetts Political Ads and Videos

With political season entering full swing, many top political campaigns are gearing up television advertisements to further appeal to voters...

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