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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

LIVE VIDEO: Worcester’s PawSox Press Conference—LIVE VIDEO: Worcester's PawSox Press Conference

Finneran: 200 Words to Smile By—Finneran: 200 Words to Smile By

Patriots Cruise Past Eagles 37-20 in Preseason Game 2—Patriots Cruise Past Eagles 37-20 in Preseason Game…

Worcester Ranked as One of Worst Cities to Retire in U.S.—Worcester Ranked as One of Worst Cities to…

Soul Music Legend Aretha Franklin Dies at 76—Soul Music Legend Aretha Franklin Dies at 76

 
 

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

Saturday, August 18, 2018

“If you fail to plan, then plan to fail”.

This is a quote I heard years ago, and in most instances, it holds true.

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Worcester Chamber Supports PawSox Move to Worcester

Worcester Chamber president Tim Murray

Saturday, August 18, 2018

The Worcester Chamber of Commerce released a statement in support of the Pawtucket Red Sox move to Worcester.

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Weather Records Today in Worcester

Saturday, August 18, 2018

Weather records today in Worcester -- highs, lows and everything else you need to know.

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LIVE VIDEO: Worcester’s PawSox Press Conference

Friday, August 17, 2018

Watch the press conference live. The City of Worcester and the Pawtucket Red Sox have signed a letter of intent. DEVELOPING.

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Finneran: 200 Words to Smile By

Billy Joel Concert

Friday, August 17, 2018

Farmer’s market. Open bar. High tide. Good weekend ahead.

Tomatoes off the vine. Light traffic. Pennant race. Sox win.

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Patriots Cruise Past Eagles 37-20 in Preseason Game 2

Tom Brady played nearly the entire first half

Friday, August 17, 2018

om Brady played nearly the entire first half to lead the Patriots to a 37-20 win over the Philadelphia Eagles in a preseason Super Bowl rematch on Thursday night at Gillette Stadium.

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Worcester Ranked as One of Worst Cities to Retire in U.S.

Worcester is one of the worst cities in the U.S. for retirement

Thursday, August 16, 2018

The City of Worcester is one of the worst cities to retire in the country.

According to a recent study completed by WalletHub, Worcester is the 12th worst city to retire in the country, ranked 170th out of 182 cities.

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