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The Shrewsbury Housing Authority is stepping up security as police continue to investigate a rash of vandalism, including slashed tires and torched cars, that has put residents on alert at an elderly housing complex. The tires on 16 cars were slashed,
Residents and business owners in a Worcester neighborhood that has been proposed as the home of the state's only slots parlor appear largely opposed to the project. More than 100 people gathered Monday at a public meeting before a City Council joint
Sunday afternoon as a church group was feeding the homeless, Worcester police said. No one was injured, but two cars were struck by bullets, police said...An off-duty State Police trooper witnessed the man as he fired the three shots, police said.
It was a day, Richard Ahlstrand said, when either he got the bear or the bear would get him. But now the 76-year-old Auburn man finds himself rassling with the cops. Ahlstrand said he was investigating damage to his bird feeders Saturday and was
Mass. (AP) Police say a Worcester school bus was hit by a BB from a pellet gun, with no apparent injuries. Police tell the Telegram & Gazette (http://bit.ly/14U8woE) that a 10-year-old boy sitting next to the window that was struck said he felt
Mass. (AP) A 21-year-old Princeton man charged with fatally stabbing another man at a party earlier this year has pleaded not guilty...Anderson was ordered held without bail at his arraignment Wednesday morning in Worcester Superior Court.
Like many Worcester residents, I have distant childhood memories of visiting the Higgins Armory Museum...But the fate of this unique museum might have been different if Worcesters startup common were as vital now as it was when Mr. Higgins company,
Mass. (AP) Worcester is making good on its promise to crack down on what city officials call aggressive'' panhandling, with four people arrested this month. The city in January passed an ordinance banning panhandling while standing in traffic or on
A woman held on a motor vehicle homicide charge in the death of her 3-year-old son was granted permission to attend a private family viewing before his wake and funeral. The Telegram & Gazette of Worcester reports that a judge granted a motion by 27-
Increasing public transportation offerings and access is crucial to economies in cities like Worcester, but meeting that demand must be tempered with the need to keep taxes low enough to help businesses grow, members of a forum at Clark University