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Finneran: Too Old, Too White, Too Male To Understand….—why parents would allow their young children---girls specifically---to…

Friday Financial Five – October 31st, 2014—Two positive developments this week include

The Cellar: Wines That Get Better With Time—Invest now and enjoy later....

Worcester Sharks Lose 3-4 to Portland Pirates—The Worcester Sharks (4-2-1-0, 9pts) fell to 2-2-1-0…

See Halloween Band Bash at the Worcester PopUp With Your Woo Card—Let Us WOO You Week of October 30th

Pulitzer-Winning Poet Laureate Trethewey to Speak at Clark—Pulitzer Prize-winner and recent U.S. Poet Laureate Natasha…

Auburn and Greendale Mall to Host Halloween Events—Auburn Mall and Greendale Mall will celebrate Halloween…

Central Mass Grown Receives $60,000 Grant—The Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission and the…

7 Reasons To Be Excited About The Celtics Season—Celtics season tips off tonight

Giorgio: Thoughts on the Midterm Senate Election—As we enter the final week of the…

 
 
 

Leading in Central MA: Paul Overton of The Center at Eagle Hill

In his twenty-five year career in the performing arts, Paul Overton has worked with a tremendous variety of organizations, from the smallest community theaters to...

stART At The Station: Holiday Arts Festival Returns December 8th

Don't Miss: stART at the Station, December 8, 2013 from 11 AM to 5 PM at Union Station.

For the eighth consecutive year, stART on the Street will bring its gifting-themed arts and crafts festival to Worcester’s Union Station on Sunday,...

John Monfredo: Reassessing Parent Involvement in Our Schools

Parents are an integral part of the school community and need to form a Home - School partnership with their child’s school, believes John Monfredo.

As we enter the third month of the new school year it is essential that all schools review their most important partnership … parents. There...

In Case You Missed It:  Cheap Eats & Best Pizza

"In Case You Missed It," GoLocal's Saturday feature, puts the week's top stories in one easy place for you to review and read....

Clark University Adds Four New Members To Board Of Trustees

This week, Clark University added four new members to its Board of Trustees: Andrew T. Brandman, of New York City; Kevin D. Cherry, of Roxbury,...

The Highest Marijuana Prices in New England by State

As states across the country continue to address the issue of legalizing marijuana, real time data compiled by a crowdsourced website shows how much people...

Culture Vulture: The Nutcracker Ballet Returns To Hanover Theatre

See The Nutcracker November 29-December 1 at the Hanover Theatre.

Experience the beloved holiday tradition of The Nutcracker as it returns to the Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts for the seventh consecutive year. Ballet...

Dean Starkman: March of the Undead Newspapers

At this point, the New England newspaper scene is starting to resemble one long George Romero movie.

Central MA Up + Comer: Financial Advisor Wendy Davidson

Ameriprise's Wendy Davidson strives to live her best life and help others do the same.

A financial adviser with Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc. in Worcester, Wendy Davidson helps women in transition (divorce, widowhood, job change), domestic partners, married same sex...

NEW: Holy Cross Professor Named 2013 MA Professor of the Year

(Photo: George Rypysc III)

College of the Holy Cross professor Susan Rodgers has been named the 2013 Massachusetts Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of...

Are Female CEOs on the Rise - or Decline - in Central MA?

 A number of women are leading Central Massachusetts businesses as owners and CEOs, in fields ranging from healthcare to construction and engineering.

Women CEOs Leading in Central MA

GoLocal spoke with Precision Engineering CEO Liora Stone, to get her view on leadership in the workplace, as a female boss.

What is the current state of female leadership in Central MA?   Nationally, the Fortune 1000 list for 2013 shows that across the country, women currently hold...

NEW: Worcester’s Higgins Armory Museum to Go Up for Sale

A selection from Higgins' Great Hall, which houses 40 suits of armor and a multitude of artifacts from Medieval and Renaissance times.

The 83-year-old Higgins Armory Museum has begun the process of selling its historic building and surrounding property in Worcester. In order to facilitate the sale,...

Worcester Named Fourth Most Generous City In Online Survey

Craftsy, and online community of craft makers named Worcester as the fourth most generous metro area in the U.S. in its recent survey, "Discover...

Julia Steiny: Toys “R” Us Uses Kids to Pimp Their Products

A new Toys

Here's a painfully-clear portrait of our post-moral culture: A recently-released advertisement uses real kids, not actors, to deliver the message that Nature is deadly...

Newly Elected City Councilors Discuss Worcester’s Future

Now that last week's election has come and gone, Worcester's three newly-elected councilmembers are focused on hoping to establish a safer community by...

Central MA College Standout: Holy Cross’s Emily Sullivan

Holy Cross student Emily Sullivan is a natural leader and an advocate for environmental awareness.

GoLocalWorcester presents Central MA College Standout, a weekly feature that profiles college and university students in Central MA. Join us every Tuesday for...

Leading in Central Massachusetts: Pamela Boisvert – CEO MassEdCO

Pamela Boisvert is the CEO of Massachusetts Education and Career Opportunities, Inc., (MassEdCO, Inc.) headquartered in Worcester, Massachusetts. MassEdCO provides education and career advising services...

Angiulo: CBS Benghazi Report Highlights Power of First Amendment

The First Amendment's Free Press Clause is a unique and exceptional advantage that America holds against tyranny, believes Leonardo Angiulo. Photo: Wallyg/Flickr

So, the CBS media network took efforts this week to distance itself from the contents of a 60 minutes investigation on the events in Benghazi. The...

Central Massachusetts’ Housing Market Beginning To Show Growth

Central Massachusetts has recently seen greater stability and improvement in the housing market -- and now home values are beginning to rise after remaining stagnant...

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