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Edward Dinyeah of Worcester stands among a group of more than 125 Liberians who gathered this morning under the Liberian flag at City Hall before going to the soccer fields at Worcester Academy on Providence Street for a daylong celebration on the anniversary of the west African nation's independence 167 years ago.
Residents eager for information on the proposed gas pipeline, that would run through town, turned out to get details from representatives of the company proposing the new line.
A customer walks by the empty produce isle Thursday July 24, 2014 at a Market Basket supermarket in Concord, N.H. A decades-long family feud, which brought about the ouster of Arthur T. Demoulas as CEO of the privately held company, led to a worker revolt, customer boycotts and empty shelves in the grocery chain's stores in Maine, Massachusetts and ... (more)
The 2014 Westboro Good Scout Award will be presented to Peter Gardner on Nov. 10 at the DoubleTree Hotel in Westboro.
A Fire Department ladder truck was needed to remove victims of an accident that occurred about 10:30 this morning after a car rolled onto its roof on Interstate 190 above West Boylston Street, near Greendale Mall.
Police are looking for three men involved in a stabbing at a Delldale Street apartment Wednesday night.
Gravestones remain knocked over Thursday at the Worcester Hebrew Cemetery in Auburn after vandalism last weekend.
While city officials have declined to discuss the reason for Christopher J. Korenowsky's sudden resignation after just five months as head librarian of the Worcester Public Library, police records show officers were sent to his downtown apartment twice since early June to check on his well-being.
The defense has started presenting its case in the retrial of a federal agent charged with murder in a shooting at a Waikiki fast-food restaurant.
A school transportation services audit suggests the district could save $1.2 million a year if it eliminated busing for Grades 7-12, but the idea likely won't see the light of day.
City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. is defending plans to take down roughly 500 trees near Green Hill Park as part of efforts to eradicate the Asian longhorned beetle, saying such action is needed to protect the park from future infestation.
John Riccio, retired assistant principal of Norrback Avenue School, recently presented a check for $165 to Antonia McGuire, president and CEO of the Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center in Worcester.
Peggy Sue Serrano, 55, passed away surrounded by her family on Tuesday, July 23, at UMass Medical Center, in Worcester, following a brief illness.
A man on a bicycle was hit by a car Wednesday night on Park Avenue. A woman who spoke with police said she saw the man on the mountain bike collide with a car about 8 p.m. She said he appeared to be breathing, but was not speaking.
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