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Four prospective bidders attended a question-and-answer session at City Hall Wednesday to discuss the city's animal-control officer job, but at least two said they are concerned about the insurance requirements.
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Eight phones worth about $4,000 total were stolen during a break-in at a Route 9 business early Wednesday, Westborough Police Chief Alan Gordon said today.
Rep. Fresolo had reportedly been under investigation since March by the House Ethics Committee for explicit photos, and per diem expenses.
Sunday, May 12 12:21 a.m.: A general disturbance was reported on North Street. Police responded and will be seeking a summons to charge Mary Ouellette, 49, of 69 North St., Grafton, with selling/delivering/furnishing an alcoholic beverage to a minor and keeping a noisy and disorderly house.
The Shrewsbury-based Indian Society of Worcester is marking its 50th anniverary by partnering with Shrewsbury Media Connection to produce a documentary tentatively called "Fifty Glorious Years of ISW," according to the Boston Globe.
WORCESTER - State police are on the scene of a pedestrian accident involving a school bus near Exit 18, or the Lincoln Square exit, of Interstate 290, police said.
Severe thunderstorm watch: Scattered strong to possibly severe thunderstorms may develop this afternoon across northern Connecticut, northern Rhode Island and most of Massachusetts, especially near the Mass Pike.
Security camera footage recorded at a Worcester market shows a man lighting a trash bin on fire last week.
Councilor-at-Large Joseph C. O'Brien has released a white paper on school spending, arguing that the city needs to do more to improve school facilities, meet required state spending rules and build partnerships with business and higher education around specific initiatives.
Thursday, May 9 Wilson Garcia, 20, of 181 Felton St., arrested and charged with driving with a suspended registration and driving with a suspended license.
What is to be done to boost the Worcester Startup Common? In the last week, I have heard plenty of opinions ranging from a government official who does not have any idea, to people in the private sector whose ideas include getting startup capital, "leveraging competitive advantage" and setting up groups of people to talk about how to plow through ... (more)
It's last call for candidates seeking seats on the City Council and School Committee this fall.
Tim and April Smith walk their 4-year-old son, Brady, up to the GP-9 locomotive he is about the ride with engineer Kevin Gallagher, rear, in Grafton on Sunday.
Perhaps the biggest surprise in Worcester City Manager Michael V. O'Brien's $564 million budget recommendation is that it does not include funding to address the city's $656 million liability for post-employment health benefits for municipal and public school retirees.