Category: News

NO SCHOOL for Worcester on Tuesday Due to Snow Storm

By Patrick Sargent
February 11, 2019
Worcester Public Schools have announced that there will not be school on Tuesday, Feb. 12 due to a snow storm that will likely begin in the early afternoon

Worcester Art Museum Library to Close for 2 Months on Feb 16

By Patrick Sargent
February 11, 2019
Worcester Art Museum has announced its library will close on Feb. 16 for a two-month period to upgrade the library's entire collection of 60,000 volumes.

Worcester Meeting to Be Held on Commuter Rail Fare Increase

By Patrick Sargent
February 11, 2019
A community meeting will take place March 6 from 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM at Union Station in Worcester to address a proposed commuter rail fare increase.

Top 5 Cheapest Gas Prices in Worcester, Gas Down 5 cents

By Patrick Sargent
February 11, 2019
Gasoline prices in Massachusetts are down five cents this week, the lowest prices locally in 18 months. Find the best buys in Worcester

Winter Storm Will Impact Worcester Commute on Tuesday

By Patrick Sargent
February 10, 2019
A winter storm is heading to Worcester and will likely impact the city's Tuesday evening and Wednesday morning commutes.

Worcester Man Arrested After Tossing Loaded Gun in Sewer

By Patrick Sargent
February 8, 2019
A 27-year-old Worcester man was arrested on Thursday afternoon after throwing a loaded gun into a sewer basin on Piedmont St

Central MA Lawmakers Oppose Commuter Rail Increases

By Patrick Sargent
February 7, 2019
Over a dozen legislators from Central Mas have voiced opposition to a fare hike proposal that would effect commuter rail travel from Union Station in Worcester.

Wind Gusts of 45 MPH Possible in Worcester on Friday Evening

By Patrick Sargent
February 7, 2019
Strong winds are expected in Worcester and its surrounding towns on Friday evening, with risk of westerly winds exceeding 45 MPH are possible

100 State Troopers to Wear Body Cameras Over Next Six Months

By Patrick Sargent
February 7, 2019
Colonel Kerry A. Gilpin, announced that over the next six months, approximately 100 State Troopers will begin wearing a body camera as part of a pilot program.

Underage-Drinking Sting Nets Two Violators in Worcester

By Patrick Sargent
February 7, 2019
A Worcester PD underage-drinking sting operation resulted in liquor license violations by a pair of local businesses selling to underage minors.
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