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FBI Files - The Patriarca Papers - Entry 47 (Mob Radio Ad Infuriates Raymond Patriarca)—FBI Files - The Patriarca Papers - Entry…

Cheat Sheet 47, FBI Files: Patriarca Runs His Crime Organization from Jail—Cheat Sheet 47, FBI Files: Patriarca Runs His…

Worcester Man Shot in the Head in Canal Lofts Parking Lot—Worcester Man Shot in the Head in Canal…

Spencer Man Stabbed Following Fight at the Hotel Vernon—Spencer Man Stabbed Following Fight at the Hotel…

Construction in Worcester - Week of June 27—Construction in Worcester - Week of June 27

Smart Benefits: New OSHA “Public Disclosure” Requirement Aims to Improve Worker Safety—Smart Benefits: New OSHA “Public Disclosure” Requirement Aims…

College Admissions: High School Classes Colleges Look For—Make sure your schedule does the job...

Worcester Art Museum to Bring Back “Free August” Program—Worcester Art Museum to Bring Back "Free August"…

“The Sunday Political Brunch”—June 26, 2016—“The Sunday Political Brunch” -- June 26, 2016

Monfredo: We Need A Comprehensive Plan For Chronic Absenteeism…—Monfredo: We Need A Comprehensive Plan For Chronic…

 
 

Worcester Man Shot in the Head in Canal Lofts Parking Lot

Monday, June 27, 2016

A Worcester man is suffering from non-life threatening injuries after being shot in the head on Saturday, June 25 in the Canal Lofts parking lot. 

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Spencer Man Stabbed Following Fight at the Hotel Vernon

Monday, June 27, 2016

Worcester Police are investigating the stabbing of a 28-year-old Spencer man that occurred on Saturday, June 25 following a fight at the Hotel Vernon. 

The victim was stabbed by an unknown male. 

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Construction in Worcester - Week of June 27

Monday, June 27, 2016

The Department of Public Works & Parks (DPW&P) advises motorists that there will be traffic delays at the following locations where resurfacing or sewer related construction activity will take place during the week of June 27, 2016. The usual hours of work will be from 7:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

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Smart Benefits: New OSHA “Public Disclosure” Requirement Aims to Improve Worker Safety

Monday, June 27, 2016

Last month, OSHA issued a final rule that changes employer recordkeeping requirements in the hopes of improving worker safety. 

The new rule requires employers to submit electronically the same information they currently have to report on their onsite Injury and Illness forms. Some of the information will then be posted on the OSHA website, making employers publicly accountable for their workplace safety record.

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College Admissions: High School Classes Colleges Look For

Monday, June 27, 2016

Summer is the time when most students find out if they will be able to take the courses that they requested for next year.  And parents are often left wondering what a student really needs to be competitive in college admissions. 

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Worcester Art Museum to Bring Back “Free August” Program

Monday, June 27, 2016

The Worcester Art Museum has announced the continuation  of "Free August," where admission to the museum is free for the entire month. 

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“The Sunday Political Brunch”—June 26, 2016

Sunday, June 26, 2016

Last week we spoke of third-party candidates, and I don’t think we can stop at one. There are more potential spoilers this week. I also mentioned a couple of weeks ago that unforeseen issues could be spoilers in Campaign 2016, and we’ve had some of them, too, this week! Let’s “brunch” on all of this:

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slides: 10 July 4 Parades & Firework Displays You Must See in Central MA

Sunday, June 26, 2016

The 4th of July is coming up quickly and its never to early to start planning out not just Independence Day, but the entire weekend. 

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Monfredo: We Need A Comprehensive Plan For Chronic Absenteeism…

Sunday, June 26, 2016

At the last school committee meeting  I requested that we send a letter of congratulations to the schools who had a low chronic absentee level for the year that was half of the total 12. 2% for the district. Coming in first was Heard Street School followed by Flagg Street, Midland Street, May Street, Nelson Place, Tatnuck Magnet, Waweus Road, Worcester Arts Magnet, Worcester Technical High School, Thorndyke Road, Roosevelt, University Park Campus, Woodland Academy and Burncoat Middle School.

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Leonard Moorehead, the Urban Gardener: Midsummer’s Eve, Festivus

PHOTO: Leonard Moorehead

Sunday, June 26, 2016

No one is immune. Full Moon, planets and Sun align the Northern Hemisphere towards true North. Our cities ignore many natural phenomena and yet verbena and coneflowers claim cracked sidewalks and all of us feel special during Midsummer’s Eve. Various calculations reflect fluid cultural history, no gardener can deny the allure of Oberon’s Bower, or the impulse to burn an outdoor fire and pile sage branches onto red hot coals, a magic cloud flavors grilled food. Worries flee cleansed guests. Our gardens are eloquent celebrants, the wheel is our symbol, spring falls behind and summer is upon us. 

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