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Last day of July will be fairly nice. Not wicked heat, humidity or washout rains.
Opponents of expanding a natural gas pipeline through northwestern Massachusetts rallied on Boston Common on Wednesday, asking Gov. Deval Patrick to rescind his support for a new tax on New Englanders' electricity bills to help subsidize it.
Congestion on Grafton Street, looking from Penn Avenue towards Billings Square , on Wednesday.
Clark University appears in Forbes' annual "America's Top Colleges" report, at No.
Members of the Hampden County Bar Association are protesting a judicial nomination to the local probate court because the nominee is from Worcester County.
While there's debate over whether advanced practice nurses need to have docs peeking over their shoulders, there's little doubt that Massachusetts would see a health care traffic jam if patients had to depend solely on primary care doctors for their needs.
T here are various kinds of no-fault insurance policies, but one of the more exclusive is the one public officials use to cover their inadequacies.
With the main focus of customer service in mind, the company has acquired the steel stamp division of Stamp-Rite Supersine, and announced the highly experienced Laurie Barcaskey as the account manager for this section of customers.
Hoping to provide new small businesses with financial relief while also offering an incentive to hire local residents, the City Council has broached the idea of discounts on sewer connection charges in return for job growth.
Police seized cellphones containing text messages, drug paraphernalia, brass knuckles and other items as they investigated the July 14 shooting of a man on Greenwood Street that has landed the daughter of a former state representative in trouble.
Worcester firefighters investigate an overturned Nissan Rogue after a crash with a Honda Civic at Salisbury and Grove streets on Tuesday.
A Worcester man whose 2010 murder conviction was overturned last year is facing additional charges of threatening, during a courtroom outburst, to kill the jurors who ultimately found him guilty.
Elizabeth Tavares, a former first deputy commissioner in the Massachusetts probation department, leaves Federal Court in Worcester in March with her attorney R. Bradford Bailey.
She leaves her three sons, Wayne W. Lawson of Coco Beach, Fla., Kenneth P. Lawson of Ormond Beach, Fla., and David S. Lawson of Boylston; three grandchildren, Shawn Lawson, April Lawson and Cassandra Pulsifer Lawson; three great-grandchildren; her brother, Allen Earley of Sterling; nieces and nephews.
Detente may be too strong a word to describe the process of communication that opened last week between the Worcester Redevelopment Authority and the City Council.
The struggling Department of Veterans Affairs could soon be getting the financial help it needs.
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