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Commuters who use the Boston-Worcester rail line will get more choices starting Monday, with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority introducing expanded service on the route.
Fitchburg Police confirmed that the driver of a vehicle which rolled onto a South St. lawn was transported via LifeFlight to UMass Memorial Hospital in Worcester with what Sgt.
Worcester City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. must either be one heck of a poker player or he absolutely, positively has no interest in serving as the city's chief executive beyond his nine-month contract.
Artist Jo Ellen Reinhardt, left, poses with the portrait she painted of retired Chief Justice Martha Grace, who stands at right.
Jen Melifonwu, a certified nursing assistant, tends to resident Fredric Mall in his room at West Side House, a nursing home in Worcester that primarily serves veterans.
This car dealership in Worcester in 1946 was doing what everyone else was in those post-war years: Taking advantage of the economic boom, especially the boom in automobile purchases.
Six people were injured in a head-on collision on Southbridge Road early this morning, according to police.
Perched atop a hill at the corner of Institute Road and Farnum Street in Worcester sits a historic garrison Colonial built in 1890.
Retiring Police Officer Ronald Rajotte was well-known to the students in town as the town's DARE and school resource officer, and education was important in his personal life as well.
The Worcester: The City That Reads Committee's eighth annual book drive has started, and organizers are looking for new or gently used books for children in preschool through eighth grade.
"Welcome to the new age." That's the refrain from Imagine Dragons' hit "Radioactive."
If you can manage to swing by The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts between 10 a.m. and noon Monday, you can join in a discussion with state officials, artists, local business owners and community leaders on the impact of arts, culture and tourism in Central Massachusetts.
Douglas J. Landry , 48, of 206 Central St., Gardner, was sentenced to seven concurrent terms of 1 to 2 years in Walpole state prison after pleading guilty to three counts of breaking and entering in the nighttime with intent to commit a felony, two counts of larceny from a building, breaking into a depository, and larceny over $250.
Mount Wachusett Community College will get a $500,000 state grant to upgrade aging science equipment, Gov. Deval Patrick announced Thursday.
Boston music weekends rock! Our night clubs and music venues are always on over load with crowds that love our Boston musicians and bands.