• Acts of love - Worcester Telegram

    Worcester Telegram -  Worcester hums with energy, creativity and good works. Tim Garvin, president and CEO of United Way of Central Massachusetts, describes it as a “beautiful tapestry” woven through acts of caring by people, agencies, institutions and businesses throughout ...
  • College Town: Tassel-turning time at area colleges - Worcester Telegram

    Worcester Telegram -  Assumption College, Worcester: John L. Allen Jr., Crux editor and CNN senior Vatican analyst, will receive an honorary degree and address the graduates at the college's 100th commencement at 10 a.m. May 14 at the DCU Center in Worcester.
  • Bear Found in Tree in Worcester Neighborhood - NECN

    NECN -  The bear found in a Worcester neighborhood was transported to a rural area where police say they monitored it till the effects of the immobilizing agent wore off completely. (Published 36 minutes ago). A bear was found in a tree in a Worcester ...
  • Region's fruit growers predict bumper crop for season - Worcester Telegram

    Worcester Telegram -  “What I'm hearing from growers across the county is a phenomenal peach crop this year,” said William G. Graham Jr., U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency executive director for Worcester County. He added, “Orchards are in full bloom, and ...
  • Sign of spring: Bear spotted in Worcester - Worcester Telegram

    Worcester Telegram -  WORCESTER — It's springtime and bears are out, and this curious bruin was spotted by a resident near the corner of Wheeler Avenue and Forest Street Saturday afternoon. Homeowner Robert E. Chesney said authorities safely tranquilized the bear out of ...
  • Seen@ Fitton Field in Worcester with Boston Red Sox legend Trot Nixon - -  Worcester's little league teams couldn't ask for better conditions as they paraded down Fitton Field for Opening Day. In addition to hot dogs, popcorn, lemonade and other baseball treats, players from Worcester's dozen little league softball and ...

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