Phone Scam Involves Imposters Claiming to be U.S. Marshals and CBP Agents
The U.S. Marshals Service in Massachusetts warns about a telephone scam involving those falsely claiming to be working with U.S. agencies.
See How Worcester Ranks Compared to College Cities Nationwide
A new study ranks college cities across the United States. See how Worcester ranks compared to cities across the county and New England.
Lane Closed on Cambridge Street through Mid-December
The Cambridge Street sewer interceptor project restarted on Nov. 27 and will effect Cambridge Street travel until mid-December.
Mass. Ranked a Top 10 State for Best Internet Access
A new study on internet access across the United States has ranked Massachusetts as one of the best 10 states for most efficient internet services.
Local Officials, Residents Remember Road Traffic Victims in Worcester
Local and state officials gathered with residents on the steps of the First Unitarian Church at on Sunday to recognize lives lost to motor vehicles
See the New Annual Worcester Public Schools Rankings
West Tatnuck Elementary School and Sullivan Middle School have received the highest rankings in their categories in Worcester.
See the Neighborhood Meetings This Week in Worcester
The Worcester Police Department holds three neighborhood meetings this week in Worcester. See when your neighborhood meets.
Mass. Expands Financial Aid for State College Students by $62 million
Gov. Healey announced the MASSGrant Plus Expansion program, $62 million expansion in financial aid for Massachusetts state college students,
Worcester Public Meeting on Events Permit Process on Nov. 15
The DPW holds a community input meeting on the process to apply for permits for special events on Nov. 15
REC Receives $30,000 Grant to Fight Hunger
The Regional Environmental Council (REC) has received the first installment of a $30,000 grant from Project Bread's "Moving the Needle" program.