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Old Sturbridge Village to Offer Free Admission to Kids on Labor Day Weekend—Old Sturbridge Village will host their annual "Family…

Worcester to Declare August 21 as American Antiquarian Society Day—City officials and American Antiquarian Society staff will…

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5 Books to Help You Survive the College Admissions Process—When you walk into the college section of…

Comic Robin Williams’ Death Puts Spotlight on Depression, Suicide—Last Monday evening, millions of Americans were shocked…

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slides: 9 Great Fall Foliage Road Trips in Massachusetts

Peak eaf season is arriving in New England, and you'll want to be ready for all the colors when this year's foliage is at

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John Monfredo: Adult Learning A Worcester Public Schools Treasure

Adult learning remains a true treasure of the Worcester Public Schools system and more relevant than ever before.

One of the true treasures of the Worcester Public Schools and our city has been the continuation of Adult Learning

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slides: Highest Paid College Presidents in Central Mass.

Robert E. Johnson, Ph.D., President of Becker College.

With tuitions continuing to climb, expenditures at colleges and universities are coming under increasing scrutiny. With

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Worcester Councilor Lukes Calls Circuses Cruel + Moves To Ban Them

PETA's anti-circus message has a proponent in Worcester City Councilor Konnie Lukes, who has put forward an ordinance to ban them in Worcester.

Konnie Lukes recalls going to the circus once or twice since she was a kid. When she became an adult, though, she says she

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NEW: Guilfoyle Named Assumption’s Exec. Director of Communications

Founded in 1904 by the Augustinians of the Assumption, Assumption College is a private, Roman Catholic, liberal arts college.

Assumption College President Francesco Cesareo announced today the appointment of Michael Guilfoyle as executive director

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Central MA Up + Comer: Health Coach Andrea Davis

After being injured in a head-on collision as a teenager, health coach Andrea Davis began working toward a career to help people lead healthier lives.

Central MA Up + Comers is a weekly profile of a member of the next generation as they begin making their mark on the

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slides: Massachusetts Drug Overdose Deaths Up 47% Since 1999

Drug overdose fatalities are up 47% in MA since 1999.

Drug overdose deaths in Massachusetts have climbed 47% since 1999, according to a report recently released by the Trust

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Julia Steiny: We Are Raising A Generation Of Slackers

What this country needs is more Eagle Scouts and fewer slackers. But how do we get there?

Look around you:  there's no shortage of work to be done.  If anything, public-service budget cuts are making most

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Fiscal Hawk Roberta Schaefer Urges State Aid For Worcester

The Research Bureau's Roberta Schaefer wants Worcester to receive state aid for city assets that other communities benefit from, and that Worcester gets hardly reimbursed for.

Roberta Schaefer has been watching Worcester City Hall like a fiscal hawk since 1985. While the longtime head of The

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MA Medical Society Urges Stricter Regulation of E-Cigarettes

E-cigarettes have yet to be classified by the FDA.

The Massachusetts Medical Society voiced its support for a proposed law to significantly increase regulation of

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NEW: Severe Thunderstorm Watch For Central Mass. Until 10PM

Worcester County continues to be part of a Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued by the National Weather Service, continuing

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Leonardo Angiulo: Legal Lessons From The Salem State Stabbings

The well-publicized stabbings of late September at Salem State University raise questions about fugitives.

Salem State University was in turmoil the last part of September when a young man making bad decisions caused many people

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slides: Bad Roads Cost New England Consumers $80 Billion Annually

Bad roads cost consumers up to $800 annually.

Roads in substandard condition cost the average urban driver $377 annually, totaling more than $80 billion nationwide. In

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poll: What Would You Rather Have In Your Town: Casino or Medical Marijuana?

Central Massachusetts may soon be the home of any number of controversial new businesses: casinos as well as medical

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