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Coleman running for Worcester City Council district seat, Williams withdraws
WORCESTER - William S. Coleman III formally announced Friday his intentions to run for the District 1 City Council seat, while District 2 saw candidate Todd W. Williams withdraw leaving the incumbent in that race unopposed. Mr. Coleman had initially ...
Michelle Morin to spend 20 years in prison for burying 60-year-old man in concrete, building deck over grave
Michelle Morin during a 2015 appearance in Worcester court agreed to return to Rhode Island to face a murder charge in the death of Worcester's Domingo Ortiz.( Scott J. Croteau | MassLive.com ). 0 shares. By Melissa Hanson · [email protected]
Plea in death of Worcester man buried under concrete
Worcester announces new principals at 4 schools
WORCESTER – The Worcester school administration on Friday announced it had filled four principal openings in the schools for next year. The new principals tapped to take over at Forest Grove Middle School, Lake View School, Clark Street Developmental ...
Kathleen Napierata appointed to Webster School Committee
WEBSTER — Worcester educator Kathleen T. Napierata was unanimously appointed by the Webster Board of Selectmen and School Committee to serve as a temporary replacement on the School Committee. Ms. Napierata will serve on the five-member ...
More than 30000 books collected in Worcester drive
WORCESTER – An annual city book drive has collected more than 30,000 books so far this spring, according to one of the organizers. School Committee member John Monfredo, who founded The City That Reads project a dozen years ago with his wife, ...