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Worcester Public School Employee Arrested on Child Pornography Charges

On September 2, members of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) which include Worcester Police Detectives, Massachusetts State Police Computer Crimes Unit, FBI and...

Nine Staff Members Assaulted, Four Students Arrested at North High in One Day

A total of nine staff members - four assistant principals and five teachers - were assaulted during two separate fights in one day at North...

7-Year-Old Hit By Car in Worcester While Trying to Get on School Bus

On Friday morning, a 7-year-old boy from Worcester was hit by a car on Lincoln Street when he was attempting to get on a school...

Planet Aid Responds to GoLocalWorcester’s Story on Overflowing Clothing Bins

On Wednesday, GoLocalWorcester reported on area residents complaining that donation bins owned by non-profit Planet Aid and other local companies are constantly used as dumping...

First Forum Makes At-Large Candidates Focus on Worcester’s Neighborhoods

The first of four At-Large City Council forums was held on Wednesday night and the questions posed to the nine out of the 12 candidates in...

U.S. Dept. of Education Ranks Worcester Colleges by Return on Investment

The U.S. Department of Education has released its college scorecard, which provides information on college costs, graduation, debt and post-college earnings.

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The U.S. Department of Education has released its college scorecard, which provides information on college costs, graduation, debt and post-college earnings.

Investigation Continues in Death of 2-Year-Old Auburn Girl

The investigation in the death of 2-year-old Avalena Conway Coxon in Auburn last month is ongoing as Massachusetts State Police Detectives and Auburn Police...

24-Year-Old Shot on Vale St. in Worcester on Tuesday Night

On Tuesday night, around 9 PM, Worcester police were notified that a 24-year-old male gun shot victim arrived at the emergency room of a local...

Two Men Arrested for Heroin and Cocaine Trafficking in Sturbridge

Two men were arraigned in Dudley District Court on Wednesday on multiple charges including trafficking heroin and cocaine.

Multi-Million Dollar Non-Profit Owns Overflowing Donation Bins in Worcester

Planet Aid Bin on Park Avenue in Worcester - Photo: Patrick Sargent

Donation bins in Worcester that are surrounded by household junk and trash are owned by a non-profit organization with revenue of nearly $50 million annually.

City of Worcester: GoLocal’s Delinquent Property Tax Story Lacks Clarity

On Monday, GoLocalWorcester published the story Businesses in Worcester Owe More than $2 Million in Delinquent Property Taxes. A review of tax documents provided...

Robert Kraft, AG Healey Team up to Launch Youth Violence Prevention Program

Robert Kraft

New England Patriots Chariman and CEO Robert kraft and Attorney General Maura Healey announced a partnership to prevent youth relationship violence. 

Worcester is the Least Walkable Big City in Massachusetts

Walkability has a direct correlation with the performance of the community's economy. Data from across the country shows a consistent outcome - cities which...

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GoLocal reviewed the data provided by the research group at Walk Score, who "believes that walkable neighborhoods with access to public transit, shorter commutes,...

Former Worcester Pastor Sentenced for Filing False Tax Returns

A former Worcester pastor and tax preparer was sentenced on Monday for filing false tax returns with the IRS. 

Baker and Polito to Tour Community Harvest Project in Grafton

On Tuesday, Governor Charlie Baker and Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito will be visiting Community Harvest Project (CHP) in North Grafton to meet with staff...

Businesses in Worcester Owe More than $2 Million in Delinquent Property Taxes

More than 300 businesses in Worcester owe the city nearly $2.2 million in delinquent property tax payments.

slides: #100 to #1: Businesses in Worcester That Owe the Most in Delinquent Property Taxes

As of September 4, 2015, over 300 businesses in Worcester owe more than $2 million in property taxes to the city.

Angiulo: Federal 1st Circuit Court of Appeals Says Growing Weed Still a Crime

With all the talk about marijuana dispensaries and ballot questions for recreational marijuana in Massachusetts, we tend to lose sight of a nagging issue: growing...

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