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Weiss: Midterm Elections Can Impact Social Security’s Long-Term Survival—Weiss: Midterm Elections Can Impact Social Security’s Long-Term…

Construction in Worcester - Week of August 20, 2018—Construction in Worcester - Week of August 20,…

Smart Benefits: 5 Steps to Open Enrollment Success—Smart Benefits: 5 Steps to Open Enrollment Success

A Topsy-Turvy Week of Political Hodge-Podge - Sunday Political Brunch - August 19, 2018—A Topsy-Turvy Week of Political Hodge-Podge - Sunday…

25 Reasons Why New England is the Best Part of the Country—25 Reasons Why New England is the Best…

Monfredo: Worcester Public Schools Helping to Make Our City a “Heart Safe Community”—Monfredo: Worcester Public Schools Helping to Make Our…

PawSox Sign Letter of Intent to Build a Triple-A Ballpark in Worcester—PawSox Sign Letter of Intent to Build a…

Patriots 1st Round Draft Pick Wynn Out for Season with Torn Achilles—Patriots 1st Round Draft Pick Wynn Out for…

Fit For Life: If You Fail to Plan, Then Plan to Fail—Fit For Life: If You Fail to Plan,…

Worcester Chamber Supports PawSox Move to Worcester—Worcester Chamber Supports PawSox Move to Worcester

 
 

Two Men Arrested for Possession & Distribution of Cocaine in Worcester

Monday, August 20, 2018

Two men were arrested for distributing cocaine in the area of Millbury Street on Thursday.

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Weiss: Midterm Elections Can Impact Social Security’s Long-Term Survival

Monday, August 20, 2018

After just weeks celebrating the 53rd Anniversary of Medicare to score political points, Democrats, aging groups and Social Security Advocates put 83 candles on a cake to celebrate President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s signing of Social Security Act into law on August 14, 1935.  The new Act created a social insurance program designed to pay retired workers age 65 or older a continuing income after retirement.

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Construction in Worcester - Week of August 20, 2018

Monday, August 20, 2018

The following is a list of scheduled construction related activity for resurfacing, water and sewer work city-wide. Motorists are advised that there will be traffic delays at these locations during construction activity. The typical hours of work will be from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. 

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Smart Benefits: 5 Steps to Open Enrollment Success

Monday, August 20, 2018

It’s time to get ready for open enrollment season again. To prepare for success, here are five tips to boost employee engagement in your health insurance offerings.

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Caldwell Issued Red Card, Revolution Fall to D.C. United 2-0

Scott Caldwell was given a red card

Monday, August 20, 2018

The New England Revolution fell to D.C. United 2-0 on Sunday night in Washington D.C.

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A Topsy-Turvy Week of Political Hodge-Podge - Sunday Political Brunch - August 19, 2018

Mark Curtis

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Wow! What a weird week in politics. We had four state primaries, and all kinds of Washington tumult, plus our ongoing attempt in West Virginia to impeach the entire State Supreme Court. It’s a topsy-turvy hodge-podge! Let’s “brunch” on that this week!

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slides: 25 Reasons Why New England is the Best Part of the Country

Paul Revere

Sunday, August 19, 2018

New England is the best region in the country, here are 25 reasons why.

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Monfredo: Worcester Public Schools Helping to Make Our City a “Heart Safe Community”

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Secondary school students will enter schools in Worcester shortly and continue with their “Hands on Training in CPR.”  Students in grades 7 through 12 have been receiving training from their physical education teachers.

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PawSox Sign Letter of Intent to Build a Triple-A Ballpark in Worcester

PawSox Worcester Stadium

Saturday, August 18, 2018

The Pawtucket Red Sox today signed a Letter of Intent to build an innovative downtown ballpark in Worcester, Massachusetts that would be scheduled to open in 2021.  PawSox Chairman Larry Lucchino today signed the letter in a ceremony at Worcester’s City Hall with Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, Mayor Joseph Petty, and City Manager Ed Augustus.  The project is subject to the approval of the Worcester City Council, the International League, and the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues (“Minor League Baseball”).

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Patriots 1st Round Draft Pick Wynn Out for Season with Torn Achilles

Isaiah Wynn is out for the season

Saturday, August 18, 2018

New England Patriots first-round pick Isaiah Wynn is out for the season after tearing his Achilles in Thursday night’s preseason game at Gillette Stadium.

This is the second straight year in which the Patriots first draft pick tore his ACL prior to his rookie season after Derek Rivers did it last year.

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