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BREAKING: Fattman Wins in Huge Upset in State Senate Race

Ryan Fattman (R) has taken the South Central Massachusetts Senate Seat from long-time incumbent Richard Moore by a large margin.

Galvin Wins Sixth Term As Secretary of State

Secretary of State William Galvin has easily won reelection against his Republican opposition David D'Arcangelo.

BREAKING: Chandler Holds On to State Senate Seat

Harriette Chandler has won another term as Worcester's 1st District State Senator. The incumbent Chandler defeated Republican opponent Paul Franco. Final results have not...

David Muradian Wins Worcester’s 9th District Rep Seat

Republican David Muradian has won the State Representative position for the 9th Worcester District. He has defeated Democrat candidate Marty Green.

Right Now: Chandler and Franco Campaigns Both Optimistic

It's the calm before the storm, and the First Worcester District Senate Seat is up for grabs. Long time incumbent and Democrat Candidate ...

Update: Voting Totals Coming in From Poll Locations in Worcester

As Election day reaches it's half-way point, voting numbers are slowly trickling in to GoLocal Worcester.

Worcester’s Temple Emmanuel Had Huge Voter Turnout This Morning

Worcester's Election Commission has it's hands full today, but beyond being swamped with phone calls regarding voter turnout, there have been no issues...

Worcester County Polls Busy Early

In Milford this morning, the voting polls are getting very busy. Senator Richard Moore (D) who is running against Ryan Fattman (R) is out...

2014 ELECTION COVERAGE Real-Time

Follow the 2014 Election with Worcester's only ALL local coverage.  We are the only locally owned media company covering this competitive campaign. GoLocal has...

UMass Memorial Left Off State Collaborative Ebola Treatment Plan

Massachusetts has named six hospitals to its collaborative plan for Ebola treatment, ensuring that there are hospitals within the state that can handle

WPI to Celebrate Inauguration of President Laurie A. Leshin Nov 7-8

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) will inaugurate Laurie A. Leshin as its 16th president – and first female president - on Saturday, Nov. 8. The

Central MA Voter Turnout Critical in Deciding Next Governor

Because Worcester and the other towns in Central Massachusetts are diverse and have large representation from all voter groups, the central part of...

Leominster Hospital Nurses to Picket Opposing Dangerous Staff Cuts

Nurses from Leominster Hospital are reaching their wits-end with hospital administration over staffing cuts and merging of units so they have decided

Abraham’s Probate Court is Best in the State

According to a report released by the Administrative Offices of Probate and Family Courts, Worcester’s Probate Court, with the least-staffed Registry per case...

Angiulo: The Long Term Impact of the Hinton Drug Lab Crisis

When the Hinton drug lab crisis first struck, people in the court system and the general public were staggered by the impact that the improper...

Student Wearing KKK Costume Draws Strong Response In Worcester

In an exclusive report on Friday morning, GoLocal reported that a female student at Worcester Technical High School showed up on Thursday morning in a...

EXCLUSIVE: Worcester Public School Allows KKK Costume

GoLocalWorcester has learned that on Thursday at Worcester Technical High School, a female student showed up to school wearing a Ku Klux Klan costume....

Monfredo: State of the School Address: A Celebration of Accomplishments and Vision for the Future

North High School

There is no greater asset in this city than placing a value on the importance of education. Thus, Dr. Melinda Boone who just recently gave...

Clark Geographer Receives Prestigious Residency in Italy

Clark University’s Yuko Aoyama – a professor in Clark’s Graduate School of Geography – was awarded a prestigious four-week academic writing...

Worcester Leaf Collection Begins November 3rd

The city of Worcester has announced that leaf collection is scheduled to begin on November 3rd and will last until November 29th.

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