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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
Dudley pursuing sanctions against ISGW lawyer in cemetery dispute

DUDLEY – The town is seeking a land court ruling to sanction the attorney who represented the Islamic Society of Greater Worcester during its 16-month fight to site a cemetery on Corbin Road, and to recoup the town's legal costs. In April, selectmen said they had met all terms of a settlement agreement with the Islamic Society on its now withdrawn cemetery proposal, and they would seek dismissal of the land court lawsuit brought by the society.

Worcester blood drive pits police vs. fire

Normally a room filled with nurses, police officers and firefighters might suggest a day gone horribly wrong. But at the DCU Center on Friday, the decidedly upbeat atmosphere was an indication that everything was OK.

Spirit of Shrewsbury kicks off month of festivities with car show and boat parade

This year's Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival, the 21st in its history, will culminate with a number of events the weekend of Saturday, Sept 23, and Sunday, Sept. 24. The Cruzzin' Dreams Car Show will be held at the Hebert Candy Mansion, 575 Hartford Turnpike on Thursday, Sept 7 and Thursday, Sept.

Gang member arrested in Worcester during raid

An admitted gang member was arrested by Massachusetts State Police during a raid of his Worcester apartment Wednesday, State Police said. Ian Agbanyo, 25, a member of the Providence Street Posse gang, was arrested after police executed a search warrant at his apartment at 320 Hamilton St. and discovered guns, drugs, and other items related to criminal activity, State Police said in a statement.

Gang member arrested in Worcester during raid

An admitted gang member was arrested by Massachusetts State Police during a raid of his Worcester apartment Wednesday, State Police said. Ian Agbanyo, 25, a member of the Providence Street Posse gang, was arrested after police executed a search warrant at his apartment at 320 Hamilton St. and discovered guns, drugs, and other items related to criminal activity, State Police said in a statement.

Police: Worcester raid snares 'admitted' gang member

WORCESTER – An alleged member of the Providence Street Posse gang was held without bail in Central District Court following a raid of his Hamilton Street apartment police said netted guns, drugs and cash. In a news release Friday, state police highlighted the arrest of Ian Agbanyo, referring to him as an "admitted" gang member.

Schools, employers try to lure students to manufacturing

Amid perceptions that manufacturing is yesterday's work, educators and industry leaders say central Massachusetts' identity as a region that makes things remains intact. Innovation and production abound, they said, fueled by the area's diverse and talented workforce.

Animal shelters make adoption push

If you've been looking for a four-legged friend, Saturday might be the perfect day to meet your match. Across the U.S. and right here in Worcester, animal rescue organizations are taking part in the annual Clear the Shelters event in an effort to find homes for animals.

Neighbors oppose substance rehab facility on Main Street in Worcester

Irate residents filled a Main Street church Thursday night to speak out against plans to build a rehabilitation facility for recovering addicts at the former Anna Maria Rest Home at 1398 Main St. For two hours residents of the neighborhood asked questions and voiced concerns about plans for an extension of Washburn House, another facility that recently opened at 1183 Main St. Washburn House founder Timothy Rassias explained that the currently operating facility provides care that focuses more acutely on detoxification and the earlier stages of recovery. The planned extension at the former rest home would take those same clients and house them for a longer period of time to bolster their recovery.

Shrewsbury Montessori School now enrolling at new Worcester Campus

The Shrewsbury Montessori School recently announced that they will be expanding. They are opening a new Worcester campus at 30 Anna St. and are now enrolling students in preschool through kindergarten.

Suspected gang member gets 5 to 7 years in prison

Superior Court Judge Shannon Frison sentenced Devonte Barnes to 5 to 7 years in state prison. According to the Worcester district attorney's office, Assistant District Attorney Sarah B. Richardson recommended 10 to 12 years in prison; Peter Clifford, Mr. Barnes' attorney, recommended 5 to 7. Mr. Barnes, 21, of 2 Turner Ave., pleaded guilty Aug. 3 in Worcester Superior Court to charges stemming from what prosecutors said was a confrontation between rival gang members that led to gunfire, April 21, 2015, on Randolph Road.

Worcester traffic alert: Road closings planned during Saturday's Latin American Festival

Motorists are advised that traffic will be heavy in downtown Worcester on Saturday because of the annual Latin American Festival. According to police, drivers can expect traffic restrictions and detours from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. near Worcester Common. Areas affected include Franklin Street from Main to Portland streets, and  Front Street from Main to Commercial streets.

Lance Ballance Exits Cumulus/Worcester, MA

Radio veteran LANCE BALLANCE is on the loose and ready to pursue his next opportunity as he exits CUMULUS/WORCESTER, MA as OM of the cluster as well as AC WXOL PD.. BALLANCE's experience includes WMJJ /BIRMINGHAM, WMC /MEMPHIS, KBIG, and KOST/LOS ANGELES and KOSY/SALT LAKE CITY.

Table Hoppin': Cupcake fans hail to The Queen's Cups Posted at

Renee King of Millbury moved into the city's Canal District on Aug. 1, relocating her business from 238 Millbury Ave., Millbury, going from 750 square feet to 3,300 square feet. Needless to say, King is happy about the new spot.

Concern over NIH cuts unites Worcester's medical school, political leaders

Concerned with President Donald J. Trump's proposal to cut National Institutes of Health funding by 22 percent, UMass Medical School officials, researchers and local political leaders gathered Wednesday to discuss the scientific and economic importance of robust NIH funding. "We're deeply concerned with the proposed cuts by the president and the impact it could have on innovation, medical progress, the health and well-being of patients and our local innovation economy," said Michael F. Collins, chancellor of UMass Medical School.

Worcester to open first dog park Monday at Vernon Hill Park

Though it took a bit longer than expected, the city will open its first dog park Monday at Vernon Hill Park. Another city-sanctioned dog park at Beaver Brook Park will open around Labor Day, though no date has been set, and the city is working on opening a third park downtown in late fall, according to John F. Hill, the city's communications specialist.

Northborough police log, Aug. 18 edition

The information from the police log is obtained directly from the official records maintained at each police station in our circulation area. It contains arrests and samplings of police activity.

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