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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...

Senator Michael Moore Encourages a Healthy 2015

On Monday, Senator Michael Moore of Worcester's 2nd District, released a statement urging individuals to get a healthy start to new year of 2015, and...

slides: GoLocal Worcester’s Top 14 Stories of 2014

In 2014, GoLocal Worcester exposed the Xfinity Concert Center as the most dangerous place in the state. GoLocal also revealed a growing gang crime problem at...

MA State Police Arrest 3 for Sexual Assault on Disabled Women

This month, Massachusetts State Police reported three arrests in five days for two seperate incidents where a disabled woman was sexually assaulted. One man, Richard...

Angiulo: Mass. Courts Leading National Effort To Use Reliable Eyewitness Testimony

The witness looks across the courtroom, raises their hand and points squarely at the defendant. They describe an article of clothing the accused is wearing...

Mayor Petty to Host Blood Drive on Wednesday

On Wednesday, Mayor Joseph Petty will hold a Blood Drive for the American Red Cross. Each donor will receive a Red Cross Holiday Long Sleeve...

slides: GoLocal Worcester’s 14 Biggest Political Stories of 2014

This election season was a fiery one in Central Massachusetts. The area saw plenty of young newly-elected State Representatives and the Republicans took a firm...

Worcester Collected Nearly $250,000 in Parking Ban Tickets Last Year

Between October 1, 2013 to April 1, 2014, the city of Worcester served 4,747 parking tickets for parking ban violations. At a minimum rate of $50 for each ticket, the city...

Monfredo: Parents, A Child’s First and Most Influential Teacher, Ideas for 2015

In another week we will move into 2015!  Parents, as we begin the New Year let’s make a commitment to start each day...

MA State Police: DUI Checkpoint This Weekend in Worcester County

Thanks to a grant from the Highway Safety Division of the Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, a sobriety checkpoint will be held...

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