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NEW: Michael Graham Taking Conservative Talk Show to Atlanta—Headed for a warmer climate

NEW: Worcester’s Wormtown Brewery Wins Denver Int’l Beer Award—A major honor bestowed to a local brewery

Paul Giorgio: Elizabeth Warren is Right on Student Loans—MINDSETTER Paul Giorgio examines the student debt crisis

Central MA College Standout: Smith College’s Megan Baker—Spotlight on a bright student...

Organize + Energize: 7 Reasons to Hire a Professional Organizer—With a little help from your friends...

Rob Horowitz: The Civil Rights Act, 50 Years Later—Celebrating a milestone...

RE/MAX Reports 36.3% Increase in Pending MA Home Sales for March—Leading the region in pending home sales

College Admissions: 8 Ways Teens Can Explore Careers This Summer—Summer is the perfect time for students to…

Revs Return Home, Pick Up Crucial Win—The 2014 season had not started the way…

Monfredo: Worcester’s ‘City that Reads’ Book Drive Needs Your Help—Reading is a right, not a privilege

 
 
 

NEW: Firsthand Account from Mom Waiting for Daughter at Finish

Mass. resident Lisa Hickey was feet away from today's explosions while waiting for her daughter to run by.

GoLocalWorcester received the following firsthand account from a mother waiting to watch her daughter finish the Boston

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video: President Obama Addresses The Marathon Bombings

President Obama addressed the nation at 6:10PM with regard to the Boston Marathon explosions. Watch the statement here.

 
 

Two-Time Boston Marathon Winner Geoff Smith Describes Explosion Scene

Elite runner Geoff Smith had left the Boston Marathon finish line and was only a few blocks away when the explosions occurred.

Two-time Boston Marathon winner and elite world-class runner Geoff Smith enjoyed more than two hours in the VIP section of

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NEW: “We thought it was a cannon…then people came screaming.”

The Proper Slice on Newbury Street, formerly Upper Crust pictured here, was a chaotic scene following the explosions this afternoon.

GoLocalWorcester got the following first person account from a student who was two blocks from the explosions on Newbury

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NEW: Statement from Governor Patrick on Boston Marathon

Governor Deval Patrick has issued the following statment on the Boston Marathon:

 

Central Mass. College Track Coaches React to Marathon Explosion

Explosions went off on Boylston Street, at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. GoLocalWorcester is getting the

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video: Video of the Explosion at the Boston Marathon

See a video courtesy of WHDH uploaded to youtube showing the blast.

 

Marathon Explosion: Massachusetts Officials React

Explosions went off on Boylston Street, at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. GoLocalWorcester is getting the

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How’d MA Cities Do: New England’s Best Cities 2013

Up and comer: Lowell moved up 7 spots to claim #12 in New England's Best Cities 2013 and 2nd best in MA behind powerhouse Cambridge.

The numbers are crunched, the rankings are in… how did Massachusetts' five largest cities do in GoLocalWorcester's 2nd

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Casino Game Changes: Emergency Regulations, Opposition Ups Ante

The Massachusetts Gaming Commission announced on Friday that it is seeking input on "emergency regulations" related to the

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NEW: Multiple Explosions at Boston Marathon

Multiple explosions are being reported at the finish of the Boston Marathon. The area near the finish line and viewing

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Methodology: New England’s Best Cities 2013

A broad look at economics, crime, schools, health and quality of life metrics combined to make Cambridge, MA the #1 city in New England.

To rank New England’s Best Cities 2013, GoLocal assessed the 5 largest cities in each state in the region--Rhode Island,

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Council Approves City’s $2.5M Loan for Former T&G Building

Worcester councilors approved a $2.5 million loan for New Garden Park, a non-profit subsidiary of the WBDC, to clean up

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John Monfredo: Summer Learning Is More Important Than Ever

In a few months the 2012-13 school year will be coming to a close and most students will not see the inside of a classroom

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