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Tom Finneran: Running on Envy—America's doctors run the gauntlet of envy

Arthur Schaper: Justina: Still Not Free—The crusade continues

Central MA Up + Comer: Vision Advertising CEO Laura Briere—Meet Central MA's rising stars...

FlyORH: Vote for Worcester in JetBlue Contest—Supporting ORH and JetBlue....

Catch the Moscow Festival Ballet With Your WOO Card—Where will you be WOOing this weekend?

Acclaimed Author Leah Hager Cohen to Give Reading at Holy Cross—Will read from new novel 'No Book but…

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...


Arthur Schaper: Justina: Still Not Free

The Pelletiers should not have to wait. Free Justina now, urges Arthur Schaper.

Last week, I reported on the unjust treatment which young Justina Pelletier and family were enduring, first from Boston

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NEW: Former State Rep Fresolo Withdraws Candidacy

Former State Representative John Fresolo has withdrawn his name for the 16th Worcester district race, just one week after

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Paul Giorgio: Elizabeth Warren is Right on Student Loans

Elizabeth Warren is on the right track, with her move to stop the government from turning a profit on college loans, believes Paul Giorgio.

Massachusetts Senior Senator Elizabeth Warren has made a name for herself nationally for taking on the debt crisis in our

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Rob Horowitz: The Civil Rights Act, 50 Years Later

The 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 celebrates the incredible progress the nation has made.

Last week President Obama and former Presidents George W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, and Bill Clinton came together at a Civil

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Moore: Fed Bills Will Threaten Safety of MA Residents, Environment

In the face of daunting challenges, Massachusetts has never hesitated to take the lead and pass laws intended to protect

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RI Speaker, Reps Visit Worcester Tech for Ideas to Improve Tech Ed

Several Rhode Island legislators visited Worcester Technical High School on Friday seeking ideas to strengthen technical

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Tom Finneran: Give Your Mom and Dad a $61,000 Raise

Give your Mom and your Dad your love and your effort. And give them a raise, urges Tom Finneran.

In the insane world of college tuition Wesleyan University has hit a homerun, virtually dropping a $61,000 raise into the

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Arthur Schaper: Free Justina, Now!

Last week, I reported on the disturbing legal-medical-political case of Justina Pelletier of West Hartford Connecticut, a

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Paul Giorgio: What’s Going on with Charlie Baker and the Mass GOP?

If the Republican Party focused on fiscal issues instead of getting mired in arguments about social issues, they may have an outside chance of winning an election, believes Paul Giorgio.

About two weeks after his convention victory Charlie Baker is finding a State Republican Party in shambles and discord

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Rob Horowitz: Supreme Court Keeps Shredding Campaign Finance Laws

The McCutcheon decision is the next step in the systematic dismantling of the campaign finance laws designed to put sensible limits on the role of money in politics, believes Rob Horowitz.

In his final speech on the Senate floor in 1996, the year he left the Senate, Bill Bradley (D-NJ) said, ‘Money is not

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NEW: Disgraced Former Rep Fresolo Seeks to Regain Office

Less than one year after his resignation, John P. Fresolo will seek to regain office for the same house seat he vacated

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Tom Finneran: Boston’s Brothers, Worcester’s Widows

May the brothers, the jakes, and the widows find the peace that flows from lives well lived, hopes Tom Finneran.

A dark and melancholy cloud hangs overhead today. It has not budged in a week. No matter the news from the outside

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Arthur Schaper: MA Politicians and Doctors Behaving Badly

It is now up to Massachusetts voters, who hopefully will be outraged enough to end one-party corruption in their state, believes Arthur Schaper.

In deep blue (Democratic) states throughout the country, politicians and professionals are behaving very badly. In

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Paul Giorgio: Augustus is Out, Put a Mayor In

Say yes to democracy in Worcester. Let us begin the discussion today about whether the people want a mayor rather than a city manager, urges Paul Giorgio.

Question. What is the second largest city in New England? Answer: Worcester. We all know that and it is a source of pride

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