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Secretary Joanne F. Goldstein of the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development has announced that $1.7 million in state funding, including $240,500 for Worcester , will go to place more than 320 homeless individuals in stable employment opportunities.
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3 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette
A judge has ruled a Holden teenager, one of several charged in a case involving the leaking and online posting of sealed court documents, is too dangerous to be released on bail.
7 hrs ago | Sentinel & Enterprise
Cassandra and Neil Abramson took what they considered a failed business model and applied their expertise to the consignment-shop industry 15 years ago.
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We affectionately call them Foodies; our friends and family members who insist on going to the newest restaurants, trying new recipes, and checking out the best farmer's markets.
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Criticism of the smart grid pilot program in Worcester has postponed public hearings on a final wireless tower as National Grid says it continues to look at alternative siting for the new infrastructure.
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According to several media outlets, Worcester Airport is the only airport that had to cancel flights due to fog last Thursday.
A freedom march and tribute for Nelson Mandela will be held Friday. The gathering, sponsored by the Black Empowerment Network and Women In Action, will start at 5:30 p.m. Friday at the front steps of the former courthouse building on Main Street for a moment of silence, prayer and the singing of "The Black National Anthem" and "Amazing Grace."
Dress for Success Worcester will hold a holiday Accessory Sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Dec. 14 at its store on the first floor of the Denholm Building, 484 Main St. New and gently used women's accessories including, boots, shoes, and bags can be found at bargain prices as low as $5.
From kidney failures to an unrelated totally debilitating muscle condition, Everett A. Blodgett Jr. of Main Street has been living a nightmare.
Parents are asked to limit their talk with teachers to no more than 5 minutes. 2. The phone service to Milford High School was knocked out for a time on Wednesday, including to the Milford Community School Use offices, now taking reservations for winter programs.
When a young autistic boy's iPad was stolen recently at a Worcester, Massachusetts' store his family was devastated, but now a pair of good Samaritans has stepped in to help them out.
Life is richer when we have someone to care about and reach out to. When that someone has fur to sink your hands into, and floppy ears to sink your secrets in, that is a natural friendship.
J. David Champagne , 34, of 10 Tower St., Webster, charged with driving with a suspended license, guilty, sentenced to 60 days in House of Correction, concurrent with sentence currently serving.
The Pittsfield Econonomic Development Authority voted Monday to begin funding the second phase of planning for a long-anticipated life sciences complex at the William Stanley Business Park.
SPRINGFIELD, WORCESTER, MA & MERIDEN, CT - Skoler, Abbott & Presser, P.C., the leading labor and employment law firm serving the greater Springfield, Massachusetts area, today announced Partner Susan G. Fentin and Attorney John S. Gannon will present a webinar on Thursday, December 19, 2013 discussing leave law obligations.
He is survived by his wife of 37 years, Inger-Lise Kilcoyne; his children, Sean Kilcoyne of California, Stephen Kilcoyne and his wife, Dorothy, of Sterling, Elizabeth Kilcoyne of Ipswich, Martha Kilcoyne and her husband, John Voyta, of Hudson, David Kilcoyne of Worcester and Margaret Kilcoyne and her husband, Timothy Horan, of Woburn; eight ... (more)