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Educators who participated in a statewide survey earlier this year expressed mostly positive feelings about the condition of teaching in the district, the School Committee learned Thursday afternoon.
Voicing strong support for charter schools, Republican lieutenant governor candidate Karyn E. Polito visited the Seven Hills Charter Public School on Thursday.
There's no doubt that fifty years after The Beatles first took America by storm, the world's love affair with John, Ringo, Paul and George is still going strong.
When it comes to music, Phil Baker thinks listeners are being cheated. So when the seasoned product design engineer and WPI alumnus was tapped by Neil Young to collaborate on a high-resolution portable audio player, he didn't have to think twice.
Good thing we haven't been roasted by persistent summer heat! Many of us would be complaining about dried up lawns and parched gardens if that were the case.
State Rep. Theodore Speliotis, D-Danvers, said he plans to refile a bill to help provide extended treatment for Lyme disease patients next session, after opponents stalled the bill at the end of this session.
Police investigate reports of gunshots Wednesday night near Green Hill Parkway and Lincoln Street.
One person is in critical condition today after a boat slammed into a construction barge on Lake Quinsigamond about 1 this morning.
A Holden man was arrested after police said he robbed the Honey Farms on Cambridge Street.
When Marcia Crumley received an e-mail asking to use her paintings in Matthew McConaughey's upcoming flick, "Sea of Trees," the South End-based artist was skeptical.
5:17 p.m. Arrested, Gilson Luiz Deandrade, 42, of 155 Pilgrim Ave., Apt. 2, Worcester, for operating MV with license revoked as HTO.
Leo Gonzalez , 20, of 5 Paul Drive, Blackstone, was placed on probation for 3 years after pleading guilty to breaking and entering in the daytime with intent to commit a felony, larceny from a building, and possession of burglary tools.
A petition requesting the City Council to hold public hearings this fall on the city's form of government has been placed on hold and will not be taken up until mid-September at the earliest.
The arraignment of a former Millbury police officer, charged with stalking and harassing a woman he met on Facebook, was postponed for a week while his defense attorney files a motion to dismiss the stalking charge.
Song to get you through the week: 'Butterfly,' by Nemes When local folk-rockers Nemes beat their goal on their recent Kickstarter, it was clear they were beginning to ride a wellspring of support and popularity.
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