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Worcester broke its all-time record high temperature for February, reaching 68 degrees at 1:22 p.m. Friday. The record in Worcester for Feb. 24 had been 67 degrees, set in 1985.

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Part of an area surrounding Quaboag and Quacumquasit (South) Pond, the former Tobin Campground at Pine Lane is believed to contain burial sites created by ancient Native American inhabitants of what is now Brookfield.


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Worcester officials announced the construction of the $4 million Blackstone Gateway Park - a predominately 34-acre wooded area along the Middle River off McKeon Road - will begin April 1.

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Arraigned Thursday on charges of disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace were: Dennis W. Weir, 25 of Roslindale; Evin Tyler Ugur, 20, of 109 Highland St.; Ander Patrick Pierce, 21, of Medford; and Anthony Burnham, 25, of Gloucester.


Ms. Bilman, 32, of Chelsea, was arraigned on charges of carrying a dangerous weapon, resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace.

Kaitlyn S. Heathman, 24, of Saugus, was arraigned on charges of resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace.

Rowan Weller, 19, of 2 Eureka St., was arraigned on charges of resisting arrest and interfering with a police officer.

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PRINCETON - Investigators have DNA evidence that has allowed them to create a profile of a person possibly involved in the slaying of Vanessa Marcotte.

Ms. Marcotte, 27, who lived in New York, was visiting her family in Princeton when she went out for a jog the afternoon of Aug. 7. She was soon reported missing, and her body was found in woods near Brooks Station Road.

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Worcester Police: When it comes to crowd control one horse and rider can do the job of up to 20 officers on foot.

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WORCESTER - Trevor Huntley doesn't speak, walks with a pronounced limp and uses only one arm because of cerebral palsy.

But he hasn't let that - or anything - stop him from achieving his dream of becoming an Eagle Scout.

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A soldier from Ware, MA died in a non-combat related incident in Iraq, according to the Department of Defense.

Pfc. Brian Patrick Odiorne, 21, who was serving in Iraq in support of Operation Inherent Resolve, died Monday in Al Anbar Province, Iraq. The incident is under investigation. No other details were provided.

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On Sunday, a group of simple-minded bullies known as "Antifa" activists marched through the streets of downtown Worcester, spewing profanities, taunting police and generally behaving like thugs.

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"Mayor Petty, at a protest, encouraging protests ... Result, violent protesters assaulting a female reporter, cheering as they were bailed out."
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