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The second largest city in New England Worcester was named after its predecessor Worcester England. Located forty miles from Boston, Worcester was originally settled by the English in 1673. Esther Howland, an early resident of Worcester, designed the first American valentine cards. Worcester also hosted some filming for the Star Trek Nemesis filming. The city is also home to its own art museum, Hanover Theater of the Performing Arts, and the Rock and Shock a convention for horror as well as a heavy metal concert.

Population: 182596
Local Newspapers: The Worcester Telegram and Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Worcester Sharks (AHL) Worcester Tornadoes (Can-Am Baseball)
Local Colleges: Jesuit College of the Holy Cross Clark University

Zip Codes associated with worcester, massachusetts: 01602 01603 01604 01605 01606 01607 01608 01609 01610 01612 01655
Towns/Cities near worcester, massachusetts : Spencer Northborough Edgemere Auburn Millbury Forest Grove Westborough Cherry Valley

Worcester News
Driver gets 2 years in fatal hit-and-run in Worcester

A West Boylston man who was driving drunk when he struck and killed a pedestrian last year and left the scene has been ordered to serve two years in jail. Vincent A. Green, 23, of 16 Blake Ave., West Boylston, who was charged in connection with the Jan. 9, 2016, death of 56-year-old Frank Jeffrey Call, pleaded guilty Monday afternoon in Worcester Superior Court to charges of motor vehicle homicide while driving negligently and under the influence of alcohol and leaving the scene of a motor vehicle accident causing death.

Then & Now: 70 Muskeego St., Worcester

Two auto body shops stand on the site of a former iron plant in this Worcester neighborhood, once the site of several large factories in this area between Shrewsbury Street and the railroad tracks leading to Union Station. Manufacturing in Worcester was not confined to any part of the city, but it often clustered in areas that had just what they needed, in this case, the nearby railroad.

Worcester school board member hesitant to shed Claremont St. lot

WORCESTER – The School Committee will take one last look at a Main South property the school administration has deemed no longer needed, after a committee member argued it could ease a parking crunch in the neighborhood. Brian O'Connell, the only member who spoke in favor of keeping the vacant lot at 6 Claremont St. site at Thursday night's School Committee meeting, said school officials should at least "assess what our needs are in the area" before moving on from the property.

Worcester police help woman reach apartment after finding pit bull in doorway

A stray pit bull that made its way to the door of a Diamond Street apartment Sunday morning, worrying a resident who couldn't get into her apartment, was snared by a police officer and taken away by the city animal control officer.

Then & Now: Do you know where this is?

This gritty scene is typical of the industrial landscape of Worcester's past, though this photo was taken in 1962 long after the beginning of the industrial growth here. While the astounding proliferation of manufacturing was the making of the city and the source of its prosperity, an attraction for workers and innovators from all over the world, it also had a dirtier side, especially where foundries were concerned.

News | Worcester Man Sentenced to Life in Prison for 2015 Murder

A Worcester man has been found guilty of murder in the first degree in the December 2015 stabbing of Cherise Hill. According to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph Earl Jr., Pedro Soils was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.

Business | Chamber of Commerce to Host StartUp Worcester Open House

The Worcester Chamber of Commerce will host a StartUp Worcester two-minute pitch night and open house to highlight the progress of entrepreneurs as they launch their business. The event will take place on Thursday, January 25 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at WCTI located at 44 Portland Street.

WRTA administrator backed for storm cancellation

Worcester Regional Transit Authority board members backed Administrator Jonathan E. Church's controversial decision to cancel service at noon during a Jan. 4 snowstorm. "There is no perfect decision made when it comes around weather," said advisory board member Douglas Belanger at the board's Thursday meeting.

Long-lost audio of 1961 MLK speech in Worcester called 'historical gem'

It was on March 12, 1961, when, at the invitation of Rabbi Joseph Klein, Rev. King spoke at the third in a series of four community forums held at Temple Emanuel.

$15 minimum wage would have significant Worcester impact

Raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour would have a significant impact on Worcester, directly changing the pay of nearly one-third of all local wage earners, according to a local research organization. Businesses that employ workers would have to adjust their payrolls, and the city's municipal and school operations could face an additional $750,000 in combined work force expenses, The Research Bureau said.

Worcester firefighters trained in healthy work, life habits

Hoping that it will better allow them to take care of others, Worcester firefighters are doing more to take care of themselves. A training program that focuses on a healthy lifestyle is being offered to city firefighters.

Solis found guilty in 2015 stabbing death of Worcester woman

A Worcester Superior Court jury found Pedro Solis guilty of first-degree murder Friday in the Dec. 2, 2015, stabbing death of 31-year-old Cherise D. Hill. The jury of seven women and five men deliberated for about six hours over two days before returning its verdict.

Lifestyle | 10 Great Things to do in Worcester This Weekend - January 19, 2018

There is plenty going on around Worcester to keep you busy this weekend. From concerts to art exhibits, there are events for all ages.

Holden's sewer fee lawsuit proceeds

A Superior Court judge has kept alive the town of Holden's 4½-year-old lawsuit against the city and the state Department of Conservation and Recreation over sewer transport charges. Judge David Ricciardone recently dismissed the city's counterclaims against Holden, thus keeping the door open for the lawsuit to go to trial.

Main South CDC gets financing for housing on Grand St.

The Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation has provided $200,000 in predevelopment financing and up to $900,000 in acquisition financing to Main South CDC for the 92 Grand St. project in Worcester. Main South CDC plans to purchase and redevelop a vacant lot in the University Park/LoomWorks neighborhood to create 49 units of affordable housing.

Worcester schools ready new response plan for threats

WORCESTER – With the majority of staff now trained in it, the city schools are now capable of carrying out their new active threat response plan, the district's safety director said Wednesday. Called ALICE – short for Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter and Evacuate – the new procedures aim to give schools a greater assortment of tactics to survive an active shooter scenario or similar threat.

Fifth woman charged in case where victim beaten and stuffed in dog cage

WORCESTER – A fifth woman has been charged in an October 2017 assault on Mount Pleasant Street in which police say a 35-year-old woman was beaten with a golf club, burned with a crack pipe and forced into a dog cage. Breana S. Masterson, 25, who is listed in court paperwork as living in Worcester, was held without bail Wednesday after arraignment in Central District Court on three counts of assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, one count of kidnapping and one count of assault and battery.

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