Category: News

No Delay in Worcester Trash Pickup After Holiday Weekend

By TWIW Staff
July 2, 2021
The Worcester Department of Public Works reminds residents that the Independence Day holiday will not change normal scheduled trash pickup.

Free Swimming and Water Safety Classes in Worcester

By TWIW Staff
July 2, 2021
The Worcester DPW partners with the American Red Cross Massachusetts Chapter to create the Learn to Swim and Safety Around Water Program.

First Detection of West Nile Virus in Massachusetts in 2021

By TWIW Staff
July 2, 2021
The Massachusetts Department of Public Health announced the first detection of West Nile virus in Massachusetts in 2021.

New Study: Massachusetts the 12th Least Dependent State

By TWIW Staff
July 1, 2021
Massachusetts ranked the 12th least dependent state in a new study. See how the state ranks in areas from credit score to adult drug use and more.

47 Million Expected to Travel Independence Day Weekend

By TWIW Staff
July 1, 2021
According to an analysis by AAA travel over the Independence Day holiday weekend will increase 40% compared to last year.

Neighborhood Watch Meetings in Worcester - July 2021

By TWIW Staff
July 1, 2021
There are 52 Neighborhood Watch Groups in Worcester. Meetings are held regularly — often once a month in various locations in the city.

Mass Ranks in Top 5 States for Teen Drivers

By TWIW Staff
June 29, 2021
A new study by Wallethub.com finds that Massachusetts is the fifth best state for teen drivers in the United States. See how each state ranked.

This Week’s Roadwork in Worcester – Week of June 28, 2021

By TWIW Staff
June 28, 2021
The Worcester Department of Public Works and Parks [DPW&P] has listed traffic delays this week at the following locations.

Nurses Meet on Monday to Review Latest St. Vincent Proposal

By TWIW Staff
June 27, 2021
Saint Vincent Hospital sent a “third proposal option” to the Massachusetts Nursing Association [MNA] on Sunday, June 27, the first since May 5.

State Urges Water Safety this Summer, Still Hiring Lifeguards

By TWIW Staff
June 27, 2021
The Baker-Polito Administration is urging the public to take additional water safety precautions while swimming.
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