GoFundMe Launched for Funeral Expenses of Carl-Hens Beliard
A GoFundMe seeks contribute to the funeral expenses of a former North High School student killed in a shooting this week.
Businesses, Developers, Ex-Politicians Pour Money into Worcester’s Election
A coalition of 43 ex-politicians and business executives pour over $50,000 into a Super PAC to influence municipal election voters on Nov. 7.
Clark University Expands Scholarships to 1,100 in Worcester
Clark University expanded its University Park Partnership Scholarship Zone, making an additional 1,100 students eligible for tuition-free education.
See Halloween Events in Worcester This Weekend
See a selection of events across Worcester this weekend, including events for kids and families with selections for adults only.
All Trains to Run While Union Station Closes on Thursday
Union Station will close on Thursday, Nov. 2 at 10 PM, until Friday, Nov. 3 at 5 AM for repairs. Trains and buses will continue to run as scheduled.
Main South CDC Holds Annual Costume Party on Halloween
The Main South Community Development Corporation holds its annual costume party on Halloween, Tuesday, Oct. 31, at 3 PM.
State Funding to Supplement Doherty High School Construction
The Massachusetts School Building Authority has approved additional funding for the construction of the new Doherty High School.
$6.3 Million in State Grants Awarded in Worcester County
State grants of $164 million will bring over $6 million to Worcester County, including over $1.5 million to organizations in the City of Worcester.
Here are Worcester Trick-or-Treating Hours on Halloween
The City of Worcester has announced its hours for trick-or-treating on Halloween on Tuesday, Oct. 31.
See the Neighborhood Meetings This Week in Worcester
The Worcester Police Department holds five neighborhood meetings this week in Worcester. See when your neighborhood meets.