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Worcester, Massachusetts is located in Worcester County. Zip codes in Worcester, MA include 01655, 01603, and 01605. The median home price in Worcester is $195,000 which is roughly $128/per square foot. More Worcester information.

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1 hr ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Gardner biker hurt in crash with car

A city man was injured Thursday evening when the motorcycle he was driving collided with a car that turned in front of him on Parker Street during a heavy rain shower.

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5 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Cambridge St. businesses seek relief from truck-eating low bridge

A train crosses the Providence & Worcester Railroad bridge that spans Cambridge Street as police talk to the driver of a tractor-trailer that hit the bridge Thursday.

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9 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise

Bicycle Recycle Day coming to Townsend

Instead of throwing an old bicycle away, Dennis Wood said he will take any unwanted bicycles and give them a second life.

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10 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

'Worcester Revolution of 1774' festival Sept. 7

Worcester Revolution of 1774, a consortium of historical and cultural organizations, is planning a day-long festival of activities celebrating Worcester County's role in starting the American Revolution from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept.

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11 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Courthouse Records

Gianna Gabriella , 19, of 7 Dale Ave., Auburn, was charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and assault and battery.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Car towed away after Worcester police investigate shots fired

An older model Honda Civic is towed from in front of 100 Hamilton St. in Worcester to the Worcester police station for furthur investigation Friday.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Feegbeh focuses on housing, schools in run for 1st Worcester District

Editor's Note: First in a series profiling the candidates running for state Senate in the 1st Worcester District.

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3 indicted in case of missing Massachusetts boy

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Beam placed atop new Auburn Middle School

Superintendent of Schools Maryellen Brunelle signs the final beam for the new Auburn middle school as students line up to have their picture taken.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

ELL spells 'success' for English-learning students

From left, Cheryl Ortiz, Worcester Public Schools co-ordinator of the ELL Academy; Yuli Ceballos, a student enrolled in the ELL Summer Camp; Jessica Rivera, Worcester State University co-ordinator of the ELL Academy, and Kim Edwards, African Community Education co-ordinator of the ELL Academy, at the ELL Summer Camp Expo and Celebration Aug. 14 at ... (more)

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

YMCA in Worcester to host 150th-year gala Sept. 6

The YMCA of Central Massachusetts will host its 150th Anniversary Gala from 6 to 9 p.m. Sept.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Most educators taking survey feel positive about teaching in Worcester

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.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

State finds Worcester mayor, council did not violate Open Meeting Law

The state attorney general's office has found that Mayor Joseph M. Petty and the City Council did not violate the Open Meeting Law earlier this year regarding an item that was discussed and voted on at the council's meeting on March 11. But in investigating the complaint, which was filed by Councilor-at-Large Michael T. Gaffney, the attorney ... (more)

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

In visit to Seven Hills, Polito says she supports charter school model

Voicing strong support for charter schools, Republican lieutenant governor candidate Karyn E. Polito visited the Seven Hills Charter Public School on Thursday.

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Ron McNeil of Beatles tribute band talks soundtrack and Monty Python

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.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

WPI alum, Neil Young team up on PonoPlayer's high-res audio

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.

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Dry Times Continue - But For How Long?

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.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Legislator plans to refile Lyme disease bill next session

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.

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Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Crocodile River Music to move to Worcester

Crocodile River Music, which partnered with the Gallery of African Art in 2012, will be relocating to Worcester to work more closely with African Community Education, which provides educational support to refugees and immigrants.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Worcester police probe reported gunshots on Lincoln Street

Police investigate reports of gunshots Wednesday night near Green Hill Parkway and Lincoln Street.

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