Worcester restaurants plan block party

August 18, 2018 by  

Several local businesses have come together to create “Summer at ’72”, a block party that will take place at 72 Shrewsbury Street. [Read more]

Worcester public schools’ logo sparks debate

July 26, 2018 by  

As part of a general rebranding effort, Worcester’s schools have redesigned their logo. However, objections to the new logo design mean final approval has been delayed.

The old logo depicts a [Read more]

New Worcester firefighters sworn in

June 22, 2018 by  

A group of 20 new firefighters were sworn in recently at North High School in Worcester, where 17 of them will serve with the Worcester Fire Department. Three others will join the Marlboro Fire Department.

The newly-sworn [Read more]

Buses temporarily take over for trains in Worcester

May 26, 2018 by  

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) is installing infrastructure as mandated by the federal government, which means Worcester’s commuter rail service will be provided by buses for most of the [Read more]

Worcester considers bringing back streetcars

April 30, 2018 by  

Some believe Worcester is facing a crisis in public transportation, but Sean M. Rose, councilor for District 1, has an idea—he would like to bring streetcars back to downtown Worcester, according to an article on Telegram.com.

Rose recently asked the [Read more]

Worcester wants to help inmates re-enter society

March 29, 2018 by  

Recently, Joseph D. Early, Jr., the Worcester County District Attorney, joined other district attorneys throughout the state to request that the legislature appropriate $5m to fund [Read more]

Captain Kirk beaming to Worcester

February 26, 2018 by  

William Shatner, the actor who created one of the most iconic characters ever to appear on television, Star Trek’s Captain James T. Kirk, will be appearing in Worcester soon.

He will attend a [Read more]

Open house scheduled for StartUp Worcester

January 23, 2018 by  

Entrepreneurs in Worcester will have a chance to show how well their businesses are doing when the Worcester Chamber of Commerce hosts an event just for them this week.

Chamber officials are [Read more]

Worcester discusses changes to main library

December 1, 2017 by  

A simple idea, that the door to the Worcester Public Library should face the Common, has become a design that could change the way people and the space interact. City and library officials are holding information sessions to [Read more]

Photographic exhibit open now in Worcester

November 25, 2017 by  

The U.S. Post Office on Main Street in Worcester is the site of a new exhibit of photos by Randle Stock.

Stock, who is a [Read more]

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