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The veterans in Grafton won't be forgotten. That's the message Boy Scout Troop 107 gave selectmen Tuesday, when three Eagle Scouts presented their project to identify and build an online database of veterans' graves in three of the town's cemeteries.
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I received many insightful comments through social media after I wrote this column last week.
UMass Memorial Medical Center will shed more than 100 full-time jobs, including over 50 nursing jobs on two Worcester campuses, in the latest restructuring move at a health care system that is the largest employer in central Massachusetts, the hospital said Wednesday.
Somasse's research is built on his insights about the problems faced by African countries during the development process - especially the role played by education.
Talk radio host and political commentator Michael Graham has announced that he is leaving his show on WCRN in Worcester to host a daily FM show in Atlanta for Cumulus Broadcasting.
Here's lookin' at the best of craft beers at the annual Brew Woo Craft Beer Festival, presented by The Ranch, from 1 to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. April 19 at the DCU Center, 50 Foster St. Attendees must be 21 and older.
The enormous falling tree came down in slow motion as retired Leicester Fire Chief Jacob Menzigian watched through the windshield of his truck.
Police are investigating three recent attacks in the city they believe are part of the 'knockout" game, in which an unsuspecting person is attacked for no reason with the goal of knocking the person out with one punch.
Worcester DJs, musicians and fans will gather at Jillian's in Worcester on Wednesday at 7 PM to celebrate and honor Central Massachusetts' best musicians at Pulse Magazine's Worcester Music Awards.
Both agencies are receiving grants for a second time from the Foundation. AIDS Project Worcester was awarded $25,000 to continue and expand testing for HIV and other sexually transmitted diseases.
After a brief taste of warmth, the weather is going to take a drastic turn today, bringing pounding rain, below-freezing temperatures, and on Wednesday the possibility of snow in some areas, forecasters said.
What if there was actually an exciting new use for the existing hospital building? What if BMC and decisionmakers determine that the present North Adams Regional Hospital structure is simply too large for the present and declining population in North Adams and Northern Berkshire? Besides the difficult road to recovery for all of the displaced ... (more)
Worcester's Pay-As-You-Throw trash removal system has saved the city an estimated $10 to $20 million dollars in the past 20 years, according to a recent case study published by WasteZero, the company that has produced and distributed the yellow bags for trash collection since January 2006.
Why Me is holding their 25th Annual "You Gotta Have Heart" Premier Auction, Dinner and Dance on Saturday, April 26th at The Beechwood Hotel in Worcester from 6 PM until midnight.
An apartment building on Tampa Street in Worcester is the former location of the Bloomingdale School building No 2. Photographed on Friday, Jan. 31, 2014.