April 22, 2017 by Max
For the 15th year, Worcester residents will be walking to raise funds for the fight against scleroderma very soon.
The walk, known as [Read more]
March 26, 2017 by Sarah
Thanks to rainy weather and the efforts of its citizens, Worcester has been able to downgrade its drought status to Stage 1, compared to the high of Stage 3 it declared in September 2016.
Edward M. Augustus, the city manager, made the [Read more]
February 22, 2017 by Max
The child literacy campaign in Worcester is dubbed ‘Worcester: the City that Reads’, and campaign organizers have said it is once again sponsoring the yearly ‘Love a Book Month’ throughout February.
As part of this effort, organizers have [Read more]
January 20, 2017 by Sarah
December 30, 2016 by Mark
On December 9, 2016, Congressman Jim McGovern announced that the Department of Health and Human Services had awarded $836,858 to UMass Medical School in Worcester, to support its research into treatments and cures for vascular and [Read more]
November 28, 2016 by Lisa
For the 22nd year in a row, a group of volunteers, including food-pantry workers, teachers, farmers, students, and Teamsters got together to create a “human food chain” that stretched to Worcester from farms in [Read more]
October 26, 2016 by James
Executive chef Enton Mehillaj and his wife Oriola Koci, the owners of Livia’s Dish, have opened a second restaurant in Worcester. Altea’s Eatery has taken over the space formerly occupied by Shiraz, an [Read more]
September 26, 2016 by James
worcester is already anticipating the challenges it might encounter with snow removal this winter, and is taking steps to be proactive about them.
On September 20, the [Read more]
August 23, 2016 by Max
This week and next, Worcester residents can sit down and play the piano—on the streets of the city.
Worcester officials installed four pianos for [Read more]
July 24, 2016 by Sarah
Last Saturday, July 16, a crowd of people gathered to pay tribute to those who served in the Civil War.
The reason for the gathering was [Read more]