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2 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
The winner of the Worcester County Poetry Association annual Frank O'Hara Prize is Helen Marie Casey, a poet and essayist who lives in Sudbury, who won for her poem, "The Loneliness of the Heart is Forever."
6 hrs ago | WWLP
The struggling Department of Veterans Affairs could soon be getting the financial help it needs.
8 hrs ago | Boston.com
The Massachusetts Emergency management Agency has issued a tornado warning for parts of Worcester and Hampden counties, effective until 5:15 p.m..
13 hrs ago | The Shrewsbury Lantern
Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis has announced the Sheriff's Annual Senior Picnic will be held at SAC Park in Shrewsbury on Saturday August 16, 2014 from 11:00am to 3:00pm.
A young man walks through flood waters on Austin Street at Bellevue in Worcester this afternoon.
There would be no official parade, but the mood of the group of Liberians gathered in front of City Hall Saturday morning remained upbeat.
While Fitchburg resident James Craigen was grocery shopping last year, he bumped into a familiar group of three siblings with their adopted mother.
A city man has been charged with murder in the slaying of a Rutland woman whose body was found after a December fire in her home.
A city man has been indicted on a charge of murder in the slaying of a Worcester woman whose body was discovered in the Auburn Mall parking garage in February.
Pamela MacDougall, and employee of Milford Federal Savings and Loan Association , has been ranked as number one for loans produced for banks in the state of Massachusetts, Milford Federal announced this week.
The management team of the much-loved supermarket president, whose recent firing has inspired a massive uprising of employees demanding his return, violated the law by locking in workers overnight and requiring them to take unpaid breaks, according to two former employees who are suing the company.
"We're in the pest control business, and we solve and prevent pest problems for businesses and homeowners.
He's been nicknamed "Bo," he walks with a limp, and he wanders the city alone, searching for his next meal.
For the Stevens clan, dairy farming always has been and always will be a family affair.
Two Central Massachusetts lawyers have been nominated by Gov. Deval L. Patrick for judgeships on the Probate and Family Court.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 08:51 pm
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