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Worcester - Worcester - John A. Giaquinto, 93, of Worcester died Friday, April 17th, 2015. He leaves his wife of 40 years, Alyce Giaquinto; a daughter, Jacqueline D. Giaquinto of Ayer; and three nieces, Donna and her husband Joseph Auciello of Chatham, Patricia and her husband, Dr. Lief Nordstrom of Wilbraham and Laurie and her husband, Wayne Borrelli of Davidson, North Carolina. Comment?
The first casino hasn't opened its doors, but some Massachusetts cities and towns already are spending gambling windfalls. Fifteen communities have received roughly $5 million from the state's three licensed casino operators as part of compensation agreements negotiated with the companies. Comment?
Famous alumni of a Catholic school in Springfield damaged by a tornado four years ago are urging church officials to rebuild the school at its current location, where it opened in 1959. Pro Football Hall of Fame football linebacker Nick Buoniconti, New York Yankees pitcher Chris Capuano and University of Massachusetts men's basketball coach Derek Kellogg were among 18 former student-athletes of Cathedral High School to issue a statement Thursday urging the Diocese of Springfield to rebuild on Surrey Road. Comment?
Urgent care has gone from a novel alternative to the emergency room to a regular part of the health care landscape. Urgent care centers - which can handle non-emergency issues like broken bones, stitches, earaches and the flu, while also performing diagnostic tests like X-rays - are popping up all over the place. Comment?
Rutland - RUTLAND - Carl B. Martin, III, 71, of Rutland passed away on Wednesday, January 14, 2015 in his home surrounded by his family after a difficult battle with cancer. Born in Springfield, he was the youngest child of Carl B Martin, Jr. and Mary Elizabeth Martin. Comment?
Wilbraham - Northborough/Wilbraham - Judith Ann Butterfield, 63, lost her courageous battle with ovarian cancer on December 13, 2014 while in the comfort of The Rose Monahan Hospice in Worcester, with her husband by her side. Judy was born in Worcester, the daughter of Willis and Mary Fouracre who predeceased her. Comment?
Art Martin helps local corporate seedlings find the light and nourishment they need to thrive. And if your startup needs that sort of help in Worcester, he is a good person to know. Comment?
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