Category: News

Public Participation at City Council Meetings Up During Pandemic

By Tom Marino
January 24, 2022
Public participation at Worcester City Council meetings saw significant increases in 2021 and 2020 compared to the prior four years.

Attorney General Maura Healey Announces Run for Governor

By TWIW Staff
January 20, 2022
Mass. Attorney General Maura Healey announced on Thursday she will run for Governor of Massachusetts.

Fundraiser Started for Family of Teen Shooting Victim

By Tom Marino
January 18, 2022
A fundraiser to support the family of a 17-year-old Worcester teen in now open for donations on the crowdunding site

WATCH: Tractor Trailer Shuts Down Mass Pike During Monday's Storm

By Tom Marino
January 18, 2022
Early morning drivers during winter weather on Monday, January 17, found even further delays during a brief closure of the Mass Pike near Rt 122.

Second Water Main Break on Shrewsbury Street in Worcester

By Tom Marino
January 13, 2022
Worcester DPW&P announced shortly before 6:30 PM that water service had returned to all customers.

City Council Preview: Trash Bag Quality, Participation Rules

By Tom Marino
January 11, 2022
The Worcester City Council meets on January 11 with items on trash bags, public participation rules and the Board of Helath on the agenda.

Worcester Seeks Refurbishing Service for Nearly 40 City Hall Portraits

By TWIW Staff
January 10, 2022
The portraits date as far back as the mid-1800s and includes the city's first mayor, Levi Lincoln. and its first city manager, Everett F. Merrill. 

NO SCHOOL: Worcester Public Schools Cancelled on Friday

By Tom Marino
January 6, 2022
Worcester Public Schools have cancelled classes for Friday, January 7, due to a winter storm forecasted to produce five to eight inches of snow.

Neighborhood Watch Meetings In Worcester - Jan 2022

By TWIW Staff
January 3, 2022
There are 52 Neighborhood Watch Groups in Worcester. Meetings are held regularly — often once a month in various locations in the city.

Worcester's Yellow Trash Bags Increase by 25 Cents Each

By Tom Marino
January 1, 2022
The cost for city trash bags in Worcester increase by 25 cents per bag to start 2022.
1 2 3 176
Copyright © 2020
Top linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram