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The city has closed Indian Lake to swimming, and warned people not to let their pets swim there, after tests revealed high levels of a potentially harmful algae in the water.
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A 225-foot retaining wall is being built at the former Fire Alarm and Telegraph Building, which is being renovated for a bank.
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Worcester not only oughta be in pictures, she has been in several and will be in still more.
If you enjoy playing the fiddle, dancing or listening to the New England style of fiddle playing, join accomplished fiddler and violin instructor Myra MacLeod for a dynamic fiddle workshop and Contra Dance sponsored by Apple Tree Arts in collaboration with the Willard House and Clock Museum.
With so many competitions to keep track of last weekend-the World Cup, Wimbledon, Tour de France-there's one you may have missed.
Greater Worcester Opera's popular Summer Concert Series gets underway at 7:30 p.m. July 16 with "Broadway Melodies" at Birches Auditorium, 65 Briarwood Circle, Worcester.
Enjoy a free outdoor concert of classical favorites and Broadway show tunes when the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra presents "Classics to Broadway" with soprano Jane Shivick and clarinetist John Fullam at 7 p.m. July 13 at Institute Park, Salisbury Street.
A city man charged with robbing eight local banks over a span of several weeks pleaded not guilty at his arraignment Wednesday in Worcester Superior Court.
Christopher Deedy testifies during his first trial last year. The trial ended with a deadlocked jury.ASSOCIATED PRESS FILE PHOTO HONOLULU - The retrial of a federal agent charged with murder in a shooting at a Waikiki fast-food restaurant is about to start.
Prince Dennis was held after pleading not guilty Wednesday to four counts of armed robbery and four counts of unarmed robbery in connection with the robberies from March 12 through May 29 in an around the city.
Blair Drummey and Abrahim Rouabhim, two recent Shrewsbury High School graduates, organized Rock-it to the Moon, a benefit rock concert, July 1 at the Scandinavian Athletic Club [SAC].
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Greater Worcester needs another hospitality house, a home away from home where families and friends can go for rest and respite when a loved one is in a nearby hospital.
A Worcester man facing charges in a series of robberies last year pleaded guilty Tuesday in federal court.
After a seven-year legal battle against the city, former police officer David F. Rawlston has won the right to wear a Worcester Police Department badge again.
New Hampshire residents with swimming pools are being asked to check their filters for an invasive insect that poses a serious threat to the state's forests and trees.
William M. Stout , 44, of Brookhaven Road in Worcester, was arrested at 10:22 p.m. on July 2, and charged with assault and battery, home invasion, trespassing, breaking and entering in a building, ship, vessel, or vehicle, threatening to commit a crime, and a warrant.
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