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Leonardo Angiulo: Further Refining the Investigation of Marijuana Offenses—Leonardo Angiulo: Further Refining the Investigation of Marijuana…

Smart Benefits: 2015 Health Insurance Rates Approved—Rhode Island’s Health Insurance Commissioner recently announced approved…

Basketball Recruiting: MA, RI Players With D1 Futures- Class of 2015—Basketball Recruiting: MA, RI Players With D1 Futures-…

College Admissions: 6 Tips for Adjusting to College Life—How to make the transition fun and easier

Tower Hill Botanic Garden to Host The New England Herb Show—Tower Hill Botanic Garden will present “The New…

Training Camp Talk: Stocks Rising & Falling—The Patriots have completed four full days of…

Revs Topped By Late Crew Goal, Drop 8th Straight—An 84th minute goal by Ethan Finlay of…

20 Things Most Worcester Natives Have Experienced—What makes Worcester unique? It is the places,…

Fit for Life: Want to Lose Weight? Ready, Set, GO!—There really are only 3 ways to lose…

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Leonardo Angiulo: What You May Not Know About The DOMA Decision

The Supreme Court's decision in United States v. Windsor to overturn the Defense of Marriage Act's (also known as “DOMA”)

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Cronut Craze: NYC’s Hottest Food Invented in Worcester?

Is Central MA the originator of the wildly popular

In case you haven't heard, New York City has been buzzing about the latest dessert craze to hit the streets -- cronuts.Read More

 
 

In Case You Missed It: NE Colleges With The Highest Paid Grads

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

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John Monfredo: 11 Ways to Make Summer Learning Work

The kids might be out of school, but that doesn't mean they have to stop learning.

This week the children started their summer vacation, and if you have been following my writings in the past you know that

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slides: Worcesterites Reveal Their Favorite Summer Things in Central Mass.

With so much to do in Worcester during the Summer it's tough to make the time for it all.  Worcester has some of the most

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slides: WCRN Block Party Brings Fun To Downtown Worcester

Worcester residents flocked downtown Thursday afternoon to attend WCRN’s first-ever Block Party on Salem St. The party

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slides: New England Colleges With The Highest-Paid Grads

Two Worcester-area colleges rank among the top 25 in New England based on salaries of recent graduates, according to

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Worcester + Providence Named Smartest Cities 2013 By Lumosity

When Worcester combined forces with Providence in a statistical cluster, the cities emerged as one of the smartest in the US, acccording to Luminosity.

It took Worcester’s and Providence’s combined intellectual powers, but together the two cities ranked #28 in a new

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NEW: Moore Announces Overtime Reimbursement for Worcester

Senator Michael O. Moore (D-Millbury) secured a reimbursement to the City of Worcester for $47,000 for police overtime

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Central MA’s Structurally Deficient Bridges

The safety of Massachusetts’s bridges has come into question. GoLocalWorcester's ongoing evaluation of the safety of the

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NEW: Patrick Awards Green Communities Competitive Grants

Energy and Environmental Affairs Secretary Rick Sullivan and Department of Energy Resources (DOER) Commissioner Mark

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NEW: Supreme Court Strikes Down DOMA

The Supreme Court has struck down the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), a law that prohibits federal recognition of same-sex

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Julia Steiny: Careful What You Want & How You Measure Getting It

Numbers rule, and is that a good thing? Are assessments out of control?

I'm personally embroiled in a quandary over assessment and evaluation–not watching from journalistic distance for a

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Racial and Ethnic Minorities Facing Housing Discrimination

From being told about available housing, to getting in-person viewings, to simply setting up an appointment, minorities are at a disadvantage when it comes to their housing searches.

Black, Hispanic, and Asian renters and homebuyers are experiencing housing discrimination across the country, according to

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