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Where to WOO? - Week of August 20, 2015—Where to WOO? - Week of August 20,…

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With Heroin Deaths Rising Sharply, White House Announces New Initiative—With Heroin Deaths Rising Sharply, White House Announces…

College Admissions: 4 New England College Roadtrips—Take advantage of the best time to see…

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3rd Annual UnCommon Job Fair to be Held September 4—3rd Annual UnCommon Job Fair

College Admissions: 6 Great Summer Reads for College Students (And Their Parents)—Must reads for a soon-to-be college student

Monfredo: New School Year, Let’s Work On Eradicating Chronic Absenteeism—As we start the new school year, it…

10 Great Things To Do In Worcester This Weekend - August 7—As we close in on the weekend, GoLocalWorcester…

 
 
 

slides: The 25 Most Charitable Cities and Towns in Worcester County

According to a report by the Chronicle of Philanthropy, there was more than $50 million in charitable deductions made by Worcester residents in 2012, the most recent...

Bottom Line to Host ‘Go Far Forum’ on Thursday

In 2008, Bottom Line opened its Worcester office on Southbridge Street. Bottom Line serves more than 300 Worcester high school students and guides them through the college...

MA Approves Regulations for Uber and Other Ride-Sharing Companies

On Saturday, Uber announced that Massachusetts has filed a regulatory framework that will allow Uber and other ridesharing companies to lawfully exist in the state....

Angiulo: Rehabilitative Alimony and Mental Health in Massachusetts

Using the word “alimony” around some people can touch a nerve.  For the alimony payor it may feel like a burden that,...

Is Racial Deisolation Costing Worcester Millions in School Transportation?

According to a report by the Worcester Research Bureau, the city of Worcester spent more than $15 million in public school transportation costs in...

Monfredo: Gang Violence in Our Community.. What Parents Can Do

Addressing violence in our community should be a priority in the new year.  One cannot pick up the newspaper without some shooting or gang...

Worcester’s Gallagher Documenting Runner’s Journey to Olympics

Director William Gallagher of Worcester

Three years ago, Guor Marial of South Sudan ran in the 2012 London Olympics under the Olympic flag. Before South Sudan gained its independence, the country...

Finneran: On Sharpton, Kareem, and Uncle Toms

Al Sharpton

Writing about race relations in America became decidedly more difficult in August. The nation which elected its first black president more than six years ago...

Welcome to mPOINTS - The More You Engage the More You Receive or Can Give

mPOINTS is GoLocal’s new loyalty program designed to reward you for reading, sharing and engaging. With your mPOINTS you can: Donate them to...

Central MA’s Woman of the Year

In January 2014, Laurie Leshin was named the President of Worcester Polytechnical Institute. Leshin is the first ever woman President in the school's history. GoLocal...

Sheriff Evangelidis Swears in Six New Correction Officers from Worcester

Earlier this month, Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis welcomed 25 new correction officers representing the 42nd graduating class of the Worcester County Sheriff's Office Basic...

GoLocal Worcester’s 2014 Non-Profit of the Year: The Friendly House

Friendly House has been part of the Worcester community for 94 years. The neighborhood center assists Worcester residents with housing, food, immigration assistance, affordable after school...

New Year’s Eve Safety Tips from Mass State Police

The Massachusetts State Police would like New Year's Eve to be a fun, but safe experience for everyone. Here are a few tips from...

Canal District to Introduce Charlene Cutler in Public Meeting

The Canal District will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, January 20 at 4 p.m. at the new Birch Tree Bakery to introduce Charlene Cutler, the...

slides: GoLocal Worcester’s 15 to Watch in 2015

With 2015 on the horizon, GoLocal Worcester has put together 15 people and places to watch in this upcoming new year. Who will shine in 2015 and who...

15 to Watch in 2015: Brittany Durgin

On December 24, Brittany Durgin finished her time with Worcester Magazine after nearly six years. Durgin began as a temporary staff photographer in 2009, but worked her...

15 to Watch in 2015: QCC’s Deborah L. Gonzalez

As Director of Community Bridges at Quinsigamond Community College, Deborah L. Gonzalez is responsible for a number of programs connecting the College to the...

15 to Watch in 2015: Superintendent Dr. Melinda Boone

Earlier this month, Worcester Public School Superintendent Dr. Melinda Boone presented her plans for an Academy for Advanced Learners at Doherty Memorial High School. According...

15 to Watch in 2015: American Red Cross’ Elizabeth Wambui

Elizabeth Wambui, a Major Gifts Associate at the American Red Cross of Central Massachusetts helps to raise funds through coordinating special events. These funds go...

Timeline of Atrocities at Blackstone Home: Erika Murray Held Without Bail

Erika Murray entered not-guilty pleas to two counts each of murder, assault and battery on a child, reckless endangerment, and animal cruelty. She also plead...

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