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Friday Financial Five - August 22, 2014—Little bundles of joy are considered priceless, but…

Mom Can-Do’s: Run! Jump! Fly-days! at the EcoTarium and More!—Moms of little ones—from toddlers to elementary schoolers—looking…

Artist Tory Fair to Speak At Worcester Art Museum—Contemporary artist Tory Fair will discuss her work,…

Patriots Roster Projections 2.0—Who makes the cut? Who gets cut? Find…

Old Sturbridge Village to Offer Free Admission to Kids on Labor Day Weekend—Old Sturbridge Village will host their annual "Family…

Worcester to Declare August 21 as American Antiquarian Society Day—City officials and American Antiquarian Society staff will…

Organize + Energize: 10 Ways to Make Your Mornings Easier—How many of you rush around in the…

Dear John: Does He Have a Secret Life?—She found lipstick in his car.....

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5 Books to Help You Survive the College Admissions Process—When you walk into the college section of…


In Case You Missed It: 20 Worcester Artists You Need To Know

"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: 100 Things Dads Can Do For Their Kids This Summer

With the kids out of school and much less to worry about, there's no time like summer to teach them some important life lessons.

It’s the summer and the start of summer sports for many children. It also brings out Dads to coach and teach their

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Slots Gambling Back In Play For Central Massachusetts

“The house always wins,” is a gambling axiom. In the Bay State, the house is the Commonwealth–the biggest purveyor of

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NEW: Excessive Heat Warning for Worcester

The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning for the city of Worcester and southern Worcester County.


NEW: Worcester Celebrates Newton Square Memorial Restoration

Photo: Amanda Riik/City of Worcester

On July 18 the City of Worcester held a ceremony of restoration of the Newton Square Memorial. The 3pm ceremony gathered

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Worcester 16th District State Rep Candidates: Who Can Win?

On Monday, the Worcester Democratic City Committee hosted a forum at Worcester Academy in advance of the August 13th

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Worcester Stands With Trayvon Martin Movement Gains Momentum

Dozens of Worcester residents gathered in solidarity on Tuesday evening to honor slain teenager Trayvon Martin and protest his killer's acquittal.

For two nights in a row, Worcester residents have gathered in demonstration supporting Trayvon Martin, who was fatally

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slides: Worcester Demonstration Over Trayvon Martin Verdict

Nearly 60 people congregated on Park Ave. Monday night for the “Breaking Down Racial Stereotypes Rally: Buy Skittles and

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NEW: Massachusetts Adds 2,800 Jobs But Unemployment Up To 7%

The Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development today reported that the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ (BLS)

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NEW: UMass Scientists Have Breakthrough on Down Syndrome Research

Jun Jiang, PhD (left) and Jeanne Lawrence, PhD are among the authors of a study in Nature finding that the extra chromosome in trisomy 21, better known as Down syndrome, can be silenced in a cell culture.

Scientists at UMass Medical School are the first to establish that a naturally occurring X chromosome “off switch” can be

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slides: Worcester’s 20 Artists You Need to Know

The greater Worcester area has an incredible number of artists working in all mediums, from playing the blues to fine art

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slides: Massachusetts Named #2 Most Green State In New England

Massachusetts has been named the second greenest state in New England but only #32 in the US, according to mphonline.org,

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Julia Steiny: Why ‘Bad’ Moms Still Should Parent Their Kids

Cutting off contact between a troubled mother and her child robs them both of an attachment that is crucial in both lives, says Julia Steiny.

In her own opinion, Dr. Brenda Harden has made serious mistakes with other people's lives. Thirty years ago Harden was a

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Democratic Candidates Vie at Forum for Open Fresolo Seat

The Democratic candidates' forum for the 16th House seat sparked a nearly packed Ross Auditorium at Worcester Academy on

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