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In Case You Missed It: Tim Murray Returns To Worcester

Saturday, May 25, 2013

 

"In Case You Missed It," GoLocal's Saturday feature, puts the week's top stories in one easy place for you to review and read. Check out what dominated the news cycle this week in Central Massachusetts and get all the details with these easy links.

The top story of the week began with the breaking news on Wednesday morning that Massachusetts Lt. Governor (and former Worcester Mayor) Tim Murray was resigning his post. Within hours, GoLocalWorcester furthered the story with reports that Murray would be returning to Worcester, this time to head the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce.

On Thursday, GoLocal advanced and expanded the coverage on Murray by looking back at his career as well as talking to local experts about their reactions to his new role at the Chamber of Commerce--both highly read and shared stories.

To see a slideshow of Tim Murray's career--the good and the bad--go here.

To read response to his new posting at the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce, go here.

 

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