Nearly 2400 city property owners have filed for tax abatements, according to assessor William Ford.
The game changed for how the police announce important news events last month in Boston. While nearly every news organization was rushing to break the story of the arrest of Suspect #2, it was the Twitter account of the Boston Police Department that upstaged the media and told the world that "Suspect is in Custody."
From that point on the relationship between public safety and social media changed -- and the public changed forever. GoLocalWorcester takes an in-depth look at how many social media relationships each of the Central MA cities and towns have on Facebook and Twitter and how they use those tools to communicate.
2,500 students who have been identified as academically-at-risk students are enrolled in Worcester Public Schools’ summerRead More
Local taxpayers are demanding that the NY Times Company takes responsibility and pays for the T&G cleanup.
A team of health advocates in Worcester is focusing on one goal: Make the city the healthiest in New England by 2020.
McGrath Insurance announced today that it will bring its state-of-the-art Distractology 101 Tour to Central Mass toRead More
The Jonathan Roberge Memorial Bridge was dedicated today in memory of Roberge, who was killed in Iraq in February 2009.
The early years in a child’s educational career are critical and parents need to ensure that their child attend school onRead More
The city auditor is vocalizing problems with Mass. retirement boards, a situation he says that could cost the stateRead More
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