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Perched atop a hill at the corner of Institute Road and Farnum Street in Worcester sits a historic garrison Colonial built in 1890.
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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.
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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.
16 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
"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.
A federal judge on Thursday reluctantly agreed to remove himself from the upcoming trial of the state's ex-probation commissioner and two former aides charged in a patronage hiring scheme, because defense attorneys said they may call the judge's friend as a witness.
The City's colorful ethnic festivals and events embrace the rich traditions, culture, heritage, arts, music, dance and food of its diverse populations.
City planners are considering modifications to a multifaceted proposal recommended by the city administration intended to stimulate redevelopment in commercial corridors, including downtown.
South High Community School freshman Paris A. Jensen ,14 ,of Worcester stands in-front of her science project on how much students know about climate change, and how much they care.
The drumbeat in favor of hiring a local person as city manager resonated once again Wednesday night at the third of five "listening sessions" being held for the public to weigh in on the city manager search process.
Worcester Regional Airport has had its fair share of criticism since the arrival of JetBlue last November, but how much of it is rooted in fact? There are many misconceptions about Worcester.
Pushback against high-stakes testing is sweeping through Worcester and Massachusetts with the next-generation standardized assessment being trialed later this spring.