Clark Univ. Main Street Development before Planning Board on Nov 22
Clark University development on Main Street and development of the former Notre Dame Church site on Planning Board agenda on Nov. 22.
City Manager Batista Seeks Reduced Police Oversight
City Manager Eric Batista has denied the Human Rights Commission access to documents related to police misconduct, hate crimes, and more.
Businesses, Developers, Ex-Politicians Pour Money into Worcester’s Election
A coalition of 43 ex-politicians and business executives pour over $50,000 into a Super PAC to influence municipal election voters on Nov. 7.
Worcester Continues Deed Auctions for as Little as $33 in Unpaid Taxes
A Worcester man is notified the city sold a tax lien deed for his home for taxes he paid, and hundreds more were auctioned for as little as $33 owed.
Disabled Military Veteran Fired by Worcester Police
The Worcester Police Department fired this disabled veteran for issues directly connected to diagnosed PTSD related to military service.
Report: $1,625 for Fair Market 2-Bedroom Rental in Worcester Area
A new study finds that Massachusetts has the third most expensive housing rental costs, with housing cost unaffordable for those at median income.
How Massachusetts Fails Survivors of Sex Crimes
A local woman's fight for Massachusetts to provide legal protection from a man convicted of sexually abusing her nearly 20 years go.
Lawsuit Claims 44 Civil Violations by WPD in 2020 Protest Arrests
A 44 count civil lawsuit was filed on Wednesday, May 31, related to Worcester police action in response to a demonstration in 2020.
Sexual Assault Survivors Fighting for Changes to Mass. Law
Two survivors of sexual assault spoke in Milford on Wednesday, recounting their experiences and advocating for changes to Massachusetts law.