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Multiple Gunshots Fired on Harrison Street in Worcester—Multiple Gunshots Fired on Harrison Street in Worcester

Larry Bird Steps Down as President of Indiana Pacers—Larry Bird Steps Down as President of Indiana…

Congressman McGovern Slams Republican Party Over Latest Shutdown Threat—Congressman McGovern Slams Republican Party Over Latest Shutdown…

Finneran: The 100 Days War—Finneran: The 100 Days War

Red Sox Offense Struggles in 3-0 Loss to Yankees—Red Sox Offense Struggles in 3-0 Loss to…

Friday Financial Five – April 28, 2017—Friday Financial Five – April 28, 2017

Worcester Named Tree City USA for 31st Straight Year—Worcester Named Tree City USA for 31st Straight…

Mt. Holyoke Art History Chair Staiti to Speak at Old Sturbridge Village—Mt. Holyoke Art History Chair Staiti to Speak…

Community Harvest Project Plants One Acre of Peach Trees at Prospect Hill—Community Harvest Project Plants One Acre of Peach…

 
 

slides: 10 Great Things to do in Worcester This Weekend - April 28, 2017

The Worcester Craft Brew Races are set for this weekend

Friday, April 28, 2017

A busy weekend of events in Worcester including activities for all ages.

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Multiple Gunshots Fired on Harrison Street in Worcester

Friday, April 28, 2017

Multiple gunshots were fired at a man’s car while he was driving it in the area of Harrison and Coral Streets on Wednesday night. 

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Larry Bird Steps Down as President of Indiana Pacers

Larry Bird

Friday, April 28, 2017

Boston Celtics legend Larry Bird is stepping down from his position as president of the Indiana Pacers, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical. 

Bird joined the Pacers organization in 1997 when he was named head coach.

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video: Congressman McGovern Slams Republican Party Over Latest Shutdown Threat

Congressman Jim McGovern slams GOP over Government shutdown

Friday, April 28, 2017

Congressman Jim McGovern slammed the Republican party for their government shutdown threat in order to push their healthcare bill through. 

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Finneran: The 100 Days War

Friday, April 28, 2017

Can we stipulate that the “100 days” measuring test for newly-elected Presidents is reflective of woeful civic ignorance?

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Red Sox Offense Struggles in 3-0 Loss to Yankees

Tanaka outduels Sale

Friday, April 28, 2017

The Red Sox offense continues to struggle, only picking up three hits in Thursday night’s 3-0 loss to the New York Yankees at Fenway Park. 

Boston only had four hits in Wednesday night's loss to New York. 

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Friday Financial Five – April 28, 2017

Friday, April 28, 2017

The components of the Trump tax plan resemble what was promised during his campaign, including specifics on how it would be paid for. There would be three tax brackets, corporate rates would drop from 35% to 15%, and there would be a one-time tax on the repatriation of corporate money held overseas. The plan would abolish the estate tax and AMT and do away with most personal deductions except for mortgage interest and charitable gifting. The question that has to be answered with any drastic tax action such as this: What happens if these drastic tax cuts don’t stimulate the economy and meet the anticipated growth target of 3%?

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Worcester Named Tree City USA for 31st Straight Year

Worcester Named Tree City USA for 31st straight year

Friday, April 28, 2017

The City of Worcester has been named a Tree City USA by the Arbor Day Foundation for the 31st consecutive year. Worcester gets the honor for its commitment to effective urban forest management. 

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Mt. Holyoke Art History Chair Staiti to Speak at Old Sturbridge Village

Paul Staiti

Friday, April 28, 2017

Mount Holyoke Art History Chair Paul Staiti will speak on the topic of “The American Revolution Through Painter’s Eyes” during Old Sturbridge Village’s third Speaker Series event. 

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Community Harvest Project Plants One Acre of Peach Trees at Prospect Hill

Community Harvest Project plants one acre of peach trees

Friday, April 28, 2017

Community Harvest Project hosted nearly 50 volunteers to install one acre of peaches at their Prospect Hill Orchard. 

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