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When it comes to assessing the economic future of Worcester Regional Airport, city and area residents have long adopted a "show me" attitude.
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Eric von Hofe is preparing the two-person company Antigen Express Inc. for a review of data from studies of a breast cancer vaccine.
A judge will decide Wednesday whether a Holden teenager, who police believe is an affiliate of a Kilby Street gang, is too dangerous to be released on bail.
All those winter moths may seem harmless, if puzzling, this fall, but their offspring may be chewing up the landscape next spring They are winter moths, 1 trillion strong in Massachusetts at last estimate.
A 19-year-old man who told police he was walking home from a friend's house was shot early Friday morning in what police believe was a drive-by shooting in the area of Plantation and Benedict streets.
The city is poised to preserve as open space two undeveloped parcels totaling 21 acres off Harrington Way, near the EcoTarium and North High School.
Several residential streets near Worcester State University will soon become off-limits to students looking for a place to park their vehicles while they go to school.
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Due to winter weather coming this way, the city has declared a Winter Parking Ban, effective at 11 p.m. tonight.
Conservative Robin Walker says Worcester City Council should do a U-turn on the proposed changes in a bid to help the public.
In September, Westborough Police Chief Alan Gordon was invited by Ilyse Levine-Kanji to attend a seminar on preventing gun violence at the Congregation B'Nai Shalom in Westborough.
On Tuesday, November 26th 2013 at 10:05 p.m. Shrewsbury Police responded to Main St. for a one car motor vehicle accident.
A gas tax repeal initiative appears to be heading to Bay State ballots next year, raising the question: does Massachusetts really need the money in the first place? According to Ryan Fattman, a freshman state representative from the 18th Worcester district, the state has money to spare.
The annual stART at the Station holiday gift-themed arts and crafts festival pulls into Union Station in Worcester from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 8 with more artists on board than ever before.
Edward M. Augustus Jr. may be the city's chief executive officer for no more than nine months, but he's still going to face a number of difficult challenges during his short tenure.