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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...

Finneran: Help Wanted, Help Needed, Now More Than Ever

My country, our country, is at war. At war with itself. Has the message of Christmas ever been so urgently needed? For many years my...

Happy Holidays

From the team at GoLocal, we wish you and your family the very best during the holidays.  New England is the best place to...

Changes Coming to Amtrak’s Vermonter in Massachusetts Towns

Starting next week, Amtrak's Vermonter will be traveling on a new route called the 'Knowledge Corridor' on their daily trips from St.Albans, Vermont...

14 Biggest Blunders of 2014

2014 was an extremely eventful year for Worcester. It had plenty of ups, but it also had many downs. There were many times when Worcester County...

31-year-old Gardner Murder Case Solved

On Tuesday, Worcester District Attorney Joe Early announced that a 1983 murder in Gardner has been solved. According to a released statement, "Through advanced DNA testing...

Man Killed in Shooting at Smitty’s Tavern is City’s 7th Homicide This Year

On Monday evening, Worcester Police responded to Smitty's Tavern on West Boylston Street. Upon arrival, officers found the dead body of a man who...

$3 Million Athletic Field Secured by Congressman McGovern

On Tuesday, Worcester City Manager Ed Augustus announced that a nearly $3 Million federal earmark had been secured by Congressman Jim McGovern. The federal funds will...

slides: GoLocal Worcester’s 14 Who Made a Difference in 2014

2014 was a year of major political changes, social challenges,and philanthropic successes in Worcester County.  Who made the biggest impact on our lives in 2014?...

14 Who Made a Difference in 2014: Sheriff Lew Evangelidis

Following eight years as State Legislature, in 2010 Lew Evangelidis was elected as Worcester County Sheriff. In 2012, Evangelidis was named as one of GoLocal’s 13...

14 Who Made a Difference in 2014: ShotSpotter

Earlier this month, Worcester police were notified by the gunshot detection system, ShotSpotter, that approximately 9 shots were fired in front of 86 Ward Street. A short...

14 Who Made a Difference in 2014: Justin Bennes and Daniel Papagno

In late October, Worcester Police Officer Justin Bennes was conducting a routine motor vehicle stop on Belmont Street. The driver was unlicensed and the car...

14 Who Made a Difference in 2014: State Representative Matt Beaton

Just a few short weeks after Charlie Baker was elected as Governor of Massachusetts, Baker named Shrewsbury’s Matt Beaton as Secretary of Energy...

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