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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
Schematic offers first glimpse of design for Worcester's new $215M South High School

WORCESTER – A recently completed schematic design for the planned new South High Community School provides a first glimpse of what the sprawling project will look like. School officials also revealed an updated budget estimate for the project: $215 million, which is higher than the preliminary cost projections included in an earlier feasibility study.  Along with renderings of the rebuilt high school, the design includes a layout of the building and surrounding campus, to be located in the same area as the existing South High at 170 Apricot St., as well as a list of programs that could be housed there.

Meet the Chef: Barry Henley/My Brother's Place in Webster Updated at

Chef/owner Barry Henley has won numerous local awards as owner of My Brother's Place in Webster and credits his success not only to his love for food, but also to the friends who share it and the instructors who helped him lay the foundation for his culinary career. Henley graduated from Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School in Marlboro, where "four incredible" instructors helped form his career.

28-year-old woman killed in Oxford crash

OXFORD - A 28-year-old local woman was killed and her passenger was injured in a single-car accident Saturday morning on Sutton Avenue, according to local police. Ashley Corbett of Oxford succumbed to her injuries and was pronounced dead at the accident site.

Woman seriously injured in Webster stabbing

A woman sustained a serious injury from a stabbing on Saturday, and a man was in custody, police said.

Ex-pol faces 113 counts of fraud and extortion

Former state Sen. Brian A. Joyce raked in about $1 million, 700 pounds of free coffee and a Jeep as part of a scheme to trade his office's power for cash and bribes, according to federal authorities, who say the "greedy" ex-lawmaker may not be the end of their investigation. Joyce, 55, pleaded not guilty yesterday to all 113 counts of the sweeping, 102-page indictment, which included copies of emails, a timeline of alleged "corrupt" payments Joyce took from companies while pushing their interests, and allegations that Joyce used his law office to cover for the flow of funds and caffeinated kickbacks.

Business | Boston Herald Files for Bankruptcy, GateHouse Seeking to Buy

The publisher of the Boston Herald Pat Purcell announced Friday afternoon to his employees that the tabloid had filed for bankruptcy. In addition, GateHouse Media, who owns the Providence Journal and the Worcester Telegram will seek to buy the assets and name out of bankruptcy, pending court approval.

News | Worcester Declares Parking Ban in Effect at 8 a.m. Saturday

Due to the snowstorm expected to hit Worcester, the city has issued a parking ban that goes into effect at 8 a.m. All city garages will be open at no charge. "There is NO PARKING on either side of main arteries, bus routes, and streets in the downtown area.

National Weather Service This weekend's storm is expected to dump up to 6 inches of snow

Snow is expected across the state. With a winter storm expected to drop up to 6 inches of snow on most of Massachusetts, the National Weather Service is advising everyone to be prepared.

UMMHC reports lower net income

UMass Memorial Health Care posted net income of $63 million during its most recent fiscal year, down about 7 percent from 2016, as investments made up for slow-growing revenue and big expenses. The health system's operating income took a steeper tumble, falling about 74 percent to $10.6 million in the fiscal year ended Sept.

Car crashes into Worcester gift shop

At approximately 2:18 p.m., police responded to a single-car accident in which the driver of a 2013 Subaru Impreza crashed into the front of Echobrook Nursery & Gift Shop, located at 1120 Grafton St. The car's roof had to be removed to get the 36-year-old driver out of the vehicle. The driver is reported to be in good condition but experiencing back and neck pain, according to police.

Administration developing turnaround plan for Worcester's struggling North High

WORCESTER – Faced with the prospect of the state dropping North High School to the equivalent of a level 4 school next year, the district's central administration is quickly putting together a plan to turn the school around in time. "North High's performance on the MCAS , for the third year in a row, showed no progress," said Superintendent Maureen Binienda, who has temporarily set up her office at the 140 Harrington Way school to oversee the turnaround work.

Skating begins Saturday at Worcester Common Oval

The Worcester Common Oval Public Ice Skating Rink will open for the season Saturday from 1 to 6 p.m. The Oval has music, skate rentals, concessions, holiday lights, and more. This year it will also host the WOOville Winter Wonderland, a series of wooden sheds that will host pop-up shops featuring local food and craft vendors, every weekend throughout the skating season.

Master Singers of Worcester Holds Open Rehearsals for New Choral Members

The Master Singers of Worcester is a non-denominational, non-profit community chorus of about 30 members, directed by Edward Tyler.

News | Pizza Delivery Driver Robbed by 4 Men at Gunpoint in Worcester

A pizza delivery driver was robbed at gunpoint by four men in the area of Fox Street on Tuesday night. On December 5 at about 9:40 p.m., Worcester Police were sent to the area of Fox St for a report of an armed robbery of a pizza delivery driver.

Lifestyle | 10 Great Things to do in Worcester This Weekend - December 8, 2017

The holiday season is in full swing in Worcester and there is plenty to do to get into the spirit. This weekend's events include a holiday concert by Dale LePage, A Christmas Journey at the EcoTarium and much more.

Massachusetts store owner pleads guilty to food stamp fraud

The owner of a Massachusetts store has pleaded guilty to her role in a food stamp fraud scheme that netted her more than $280,000. Federal prosecutors say 49-year-old Esther Acquaye, who owns Esther's Fashion Paradise in Worcester, paid some customers 50 cents for every Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program dollar and received the full value of the benefits from the government.

Replica of missing WWII veterans monument to Worcester Citizens of Color dedicated at Lincoln Square

WORCESTER – After a decades-long effort, members of the African-American community were pleased Thursday, the 76th anniversary of the bombing of Pearl Harbor, to see the newly dedicated monument to their friends and family who served in World War II. The memorial, erected in Lincoln Square at Lincoln and Belmont streets across from the Police Headquarters, is a replication of the "Colored Citizens of Worcester Honor Roll" that the local African-American community put up on Dec. 5, 1943, on nearby land donated by Belmont A.M.E. Zion Church.

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