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Worcester Health Commissioner Testifies at Statehouse

Worcester Health and Human Services Commissioner Dr. Mattie Castiel testified at the statehouse this week with shocking data about Worcester.

Worcester Resident Light the Night for Leukemia Research

Lanterns illuminated Downtown Worcester Thursday night with over 100 residents joined "Light The Night" supporting Leukemia research.

EEE Risk Increased in 11 Worcester County Towns

The DPH confirmed the discovery of EEE in mosquito samples from Sutton and Southbridge, and increased the risk level in 11 towns.

Worcester Awarded $409,000 for Climate Resilience Efforts

Worcester announced on Tuesday it received a $409,000 grant aimed at bolstering climate resilience.

Two Cases of West Nile Virus Identified in Mass. Residents

The Massachusetts DPH announced Tuesday the discovery of the first two cases of West Nile Virus in Massachusetts this year.

Study Finds Early Stage Brain Disorders in Athletes Under 30

A new research paper published in Jama Neurology on Monday shows that young athletes may be at risk for CTE.

New Urgent Care Facility Opens in Worcester

A new location of American Family Care (AFC) is now serving patients at 926 W Boylston St. in Worcester.

Worcester Receives $4.1 Million Grant for Lead Hazard Reduction

Worcester has secured a $4.1 million grant from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development for its Lead Hazard Reduction program.

Advisory to Discontinue Use of Lake Quinsigamond Water on Wednesday

The City of Worcester advises residents to discontinue using water from Lake Quinsigamond on Wednesday, Aug. 23.

UPDATE: Indian Lake Closure Postponed

Indian Lake will receive treatment to control the growth of harmful, toxin-producing algae on Tuesday, Aug. 15.