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Paul Giorgio: The Political Roots of Thanksgiving—Tomorrow we celebrated Thanksgiving, the most political of…

Newport Manners & Etiquette: Thanksgiving & More—Last minute Thanksgiving etiquette questions you may also…

Three Holy Cross Football Players Make All-Patriot League Team—Three Hol Cross football players receive All-Patriot League…

Rob Horowitz: Obama’s Immigration Executive Order; Good Policy and Good Politics—President Obama’s carefully calibrated, but still truly impacting…

Saul Kaplan: Thankful Innovation Junkie—I love Thanksgiving. It’s my favorite holiday. What’s…

Dear John: He’s Old Enough to Be Her Dad—What happens when love leaps across the generations?...

Angiulo: Bringing Both Sides of Local Disputes to the Negotiating Table—Local government may have the lowest profile of…

Smart Benefits: Serve Up Wellness for the Holidays—The holiday season may bring good cheer

U.S. Rep McGovern To Distribute Thanksgiving Meals in Worcester—U.S. Rep McGovern to help hand out Thanksgiving…

Holy Cross Rolls Nichols, 101-70, Improves to 3-0—Holy Cross improves to 3-0 on the season.

 
 

Special Report: Uber vs Taxi Experiences in Worcester

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

In a battle being played out across the country between Uber and local taxi companies, GoLocal Worcester sent two reporters out to report the positive and negatives of each company and to experience rides between similar locations. Each reporter broke down their experience into seven sections: Ordering, Pick-Up, Cleanliness, Driving, Cost, Service, and Overall Experience.

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Nichols College Freezes Tuition Increase for 2016

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Nichols College has announced a tuition freeze for the 2016-2017 academic year. This will be the College's second tuition freeze in three years. The school has also announced there will only be a 2.9% tuition increase for the 2015-2016 academic year. As a result, Nichols tuition will increase by an average of less than 1% annually over the four years spanning 2013 and 2017.
 

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Paul Giorgio: The Political Roots of Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Tomorrow we celebrated Thanksgiving, the most political of holidays.  Throughout this nation families will gather to give thanks and we, as a nation have a great deal to be thankful for.

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Craft Center’s Holiday Festival is a ‘Deep-Rooted’ Worcester Tradition

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

All weekend long, the Worcester Craft Center will hold it's Annual Holiday Festival. For nearly 35 years, the Festival has been a celebration of local art and artists, and has kicked off Worcester's Christmas season. This year, Festival organizer Honee Hess expects at least 3,000 people to show up to start their Christmas shopping.

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10 Places in Central MA to Celebrate on Thanksgiving Eve

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Thanksgiving is tomorrow and it is time to celebrate! 

Here are 10 great places in your neighborhood where you can grab a drink with friends before all the festivites on Thanksgiving Day.

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Newport Manners & Etiquette: Thanksgiving & More

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Last minute Thanksgiving etiquette questions you may also be wondering about sent to Didi Lorillard at NewportManners.com this week. On how to give a Thanksgiving dinner toast and what NOT to talk about, as well as how to add a last minute garnish of fall colors for a festive table.

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Three Holy Cross Football Players Make All-Patriot League Team

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

The Patriot Leagues announced earlier this week that three members of the Holy Cross football team have been selected to the All-Patriot League team by the conference's head coaches.

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License Commission is After Worcester’s After Hours Problem

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The most frequent liquor license violation in the city of Worcester is the presence of individuals drinking illegally inside bars after 2AM. The problem seems to be happening most frequently in the Canal District area, averaging nearly ten license violations per year since 2012. 

"Anything that happens after two o'clock is a violation with the License Commission. Basically by 1:30 they're supposed to start taking all the bottles and glasses off of the bar and everything should be closed and done by 2," said Karen Shea, Worcester License Commission member. "The staff can still stay and clean, but by 2AM they need all the patrons gone and everything stocked."

"Because the city has so many more bars now, it's become more of a nuisance," Shea said.

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Sheriff’s 9th Annual Food Drive Brings in 200,000 Pounds of Food

From left to right: Michael Gross, General Manager of Harr Toyota, Lew Evangelidis, Worcester County Sheriff, Finz from Worcester Sharks, Gordon Hargrove of the Friendly House, Michael Myers of the Worcester Sharks

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

On Monday morning at the Friendly House in Worcester, local needy families received their Thanksgiving meals and winter coats for their children. At the 9th Annual Worcester County Sheriff Food Drive, 200,000 tons of food were donated by several local businesses and organizations, and by the residents of Worcester.

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Rob Horowitz: Obama’s Immigration Executive Order; Good Policy and Good Politics

Rob Horowitz

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

President Obama’s carefully calibrated, but still truly impacting Executive Order on Immigration, unveiled last week in a Thursday evening address to the nation from the Oval Office, marries good policy with good politics.

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