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The City's colorful ethnic festivals and events embrace the rich traditions, culture, heritage, arts, music, dance and food of its diverse populations.
City planners are considering modifications to a multifaceted proposal recommended by the city administration intended to stimulate redevelopment in commercial corridors, including downtown.
South High Community School freshman Paris A. Jensen ,14 ,of Worcester stands in-front of her science project on how much students know about climate change, and how much they care.
The drumbeat in favor of hiring a local person as city manager resonated once again Wednesday night at the third of five "listening sessions" being held for the public to weigh in on the city manager search process.
Worcester Regional Airport has had its fair share of criticism since the arrival of JetBlue last November, but how much of it is rooted in fact? There are many misconceptions about Worcester.
Pushback against high-stakes testing is sweeping through Worcester and Massachusetts with the next-generation standardized assessment being trialed later this spring.
Everyone loves to be first in line, and who doesn't like to get a look at the best new homes to hit the market? See 10 amazing properties that have come up for sale in just the last week.
Two young men, in cut-off pants at left, smile as they wait, handcuffed, to be put into a police wagon Wednesday after being caught on suspicion of shooting passers-by with a BB gun on Chandler Street.
Worcester police are still investigating a serious accident on McKeon Road Monday afternoon.
Two Worcester men have been arrested after allegedly shooting people walking and driving by with a pellet gun.
Sustainable living is something that more and more people are becoming interested in, but unfortunately the costs of downsizing to a tiny home are still prohibitive to many.
A new study claims yelling at your kids is the new spanking! It creates all sorts of problems.
The Higgins Armory is officially up for sale. CBRE/New England, a commercial real estate company, listed the 42,000-square-foot building and accompanying land for sale Monday.
Three of the biggest Public health issues facing Worcester's youth are obesity, gun violence, and STD's, but we have a culture that does not allow us to discuss or solve these issues, believes Paul Giorgio.
Fewer than one in four students in the state's Gateway Cities are graduating from high school and that, some officials said, is going to cause a labor vacuum in the Bay State where 70 percent of all jobs will soon require some form of post-secondary school training.