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Worcester Listing AlertsWorcester, MA - $209,900 - Multi-Family - Units:3 - Levels:3 - Parking Spaces:054 minutes agoWorcester, MA - $449,000 - Single-Family - Contemporary - Rooms:10 - Beds:5 - Baths:31 hour agoWorcester, MA - $1,250 - Rentals - - Rooms:5 - Beds:2 - Baths:11 hour agoWorcester, MA - $1,200 - Rentals - - Rooms:4 - Beds:2 - Baths:12 hours agoWorcester, MA - $90,000 - Condo - Mid-Rise, Low-Rise - Rooms:3 - Beds:1 - Baths:15 hours ago
Charlton Listing AlertsCharlton, MA - $324,900 - Single-Family - Contemporary, Ranch, Multi-Level - Rooms:6 - Beds:3 - Baths:2/17 hours agoCharlton, MA - $800 - Rentals - - Rooms:6 - Beds:2 - Baths:1Charlton, MA - $399,900 - Single-Family - Colonial - Rooms:8 - Beds:4 - Baths:2/1Charlton, MA - $179,900 - Single-Family - Ranch - Rooms:5 - Beds:3 - Baths:1Charlton, MA - $249,999 - Single-Family - Contemporary, Ranch - Rooms:5 - Beds:3 - Baths:2
Sturbridge Listing AlertsSturbridge, MA - $1,900 - Commercial - Year Built:1950 - Acres:0.43 hours agoSturbridge, MA - $949,000 - Single-Family - Ranch - Rooms:14 - Beds:6 - Baths:5/14 hours agoSturbridge, MA - $185,000 - Single-Family - Ranch - Rooms:7 - Beds:3 - Baths:1/19 hours agoSturbridge, MA - $180,000 - Single-Family - Ranch - Rooms:6 - Beds:3 - Baths:2Sturbridge, MA - $499,999 - Single-Family - Contemporary, Log - Rooms:6 - Beds:3 - Baths:2
Spencer Listing AlertsSpencer, MA - $1,100 - Rentals - - Rooms:5 - Beds:3 - Baths:11 hour agoSpencer, MA - $219,000 - Single-Family - Colonial - Rooms:7 - Beds:3 - Baths:2/1Spencer, MA - $304,900 - Single-Family - Colonial - Rooms:9 - Beds:3 - Baths:2/1Spencer, MA - $134,900 - Multi-Family - Units:2 - Levels:3 - Parking Spaces:6Spencer, MA - $995,000 - Commercial - Year Built:2001 - Acres:14.98
Brookfield Listing AlersBrookfield, MA - $289,900 - Single-Family - Colonial - Rooms:6 - Beds:3 - Baths:2/1Brookfield, MA - $34,900 - Mobile Home - - Rooms:5 - Beds:2 - Baths:1Brookfield, MA - $99,500 - Mobile Home - - Rooms:5 - Beds:3 - Baths:2Brookfield, MA - $20,000 - Mobile Home - - Rooms:4 - Beds:2 - Baths:1Brookfield, MA - $28,500 - Mobile Home - - Rooms:5 - Beds:2 - Baths:1
- GoLocalWorcester | Lifestyle | College Admissions: 8 Things They Won't Tell You in Freshman Orientation September 1, 2014As families pack suitcases and head off to the first week of college, there is a whirl of excitement.
- Body cameras for Worcester police under review September 1, 2014The fatal police shooting of the unarmed black teenager in Ferguson, Mo., has prompted calls for more officers to wear so-called "body cameras" such as this one.
- Business | Junior League of Worcester Kicked Off 90th Year With a Move September 1, 2014The Junior League of Worcester and its new Board of Managers celebrated the organization's 90th year with a move of its headquarters.
- Fast-moving storms leave trail of damage in Worcester September 1, 2014A tornado warning issued for Worcester and Middlesex counties Sunday night expired, but not before storms left a trail of damage.
- GoLocalWorcester | Lifestyle | College Admissions: 8 Things They Won't Tell You in Freshman Orientation September 1, 2014
- Water 'blow off' costs Charlton firm $236K September 1, 2014During a process known as "blow off," this fire hydrant releases fresh water into the ground in front of Charlton Town Hall at 37 Main Street, Charlton.
- 120 marijuana plants seized from Charlton home August 30, 2014Charlton Police made a huge drug bust last week after seizing over 120 marijuana plants from a residence.
- Largest number of Labor Day holiday travelers expected since 2008 August 29, 2014Motorists are urged to gas up, have fully-charged cellphones and exercise patience and courtesy as they head out on what is projected to be the highest Labor Day travel volume since 2008.
- 100 marijuana plants seized in Charlton August 28, 2014Over 100 marijuana plants were seized last week after authorities discovered them being cultivated at a Partridge Hill Road home.
- Water 'blow off' costs Charlton firm $236K September 1, 2014
- Lotter awarded first Grace M. Flynn scholarship August 31, 2014One local woman spent most of her life giving to others, and that generosity is being continued through the Grace M. Flynn Memorial Scholarship, which was created in her memory.
- Book discussion: 'A Crisis in Boylston' August 29, 2014A few years ago, a woman came to the Boylston Historical Society looking for information about two Boylston citizens.
- Holiday Inn Boston-Bunker Hill Welcomes Rapscallion Brewery to September's Sips & Savories Event August 28, 2014On Thursday, September 11th the Holiday Inn Boston-Bunker Hill will welcome Sturbridge, MA- based Rapscallion Brewery to an autumnal-themed 'Sips & Savories' event featuring an array of the brand's legendary, hand-crafted lagers, ales and IPAs.
- North Adams Commission Hopes to Make Museum... August 26, 2014NORTH ADAMS, Mass. - The Historic Commission is hoping to salvage a set of 170-year-old mill houses as museums.
- Police: Motorist was looking down at phone when he hit bicyclist August 25, 2014A teenage motorist will be charged with distracted driving after he struck a bicyclist on Route 15 while using his cell phone this morning, according to police The bicyclist, a 66-year-old woman from Sturbridge, was flown to UMass Memorial Medical Center - University Campus in Worcester, where she is being treated for head, neck and back injuries, ... (more)
- Family Fun Days slated for Labor Day weekend at Old Sturbridge Village August 24, 2014Event: Family Fun Days When: Aug, 30, 31 and Sept. 1; 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Where: Old Sturbridge Village Cost: Admission is $24, seniors $22, and special for Family Fun Days, children 17 and under are free when accompanied by an adult paying regular admission price For more info: visit www.osv.org or call 800-SEE-1830 For those looking for some good ... (more
- Family Matters: Aug. 21, 2014 August 21, 2014Three County Fair The Three County Fair returns to the Three County Fairgrounds in Northampton, Friday, Aug. 29 to Monday, Sept.
- Ehrhard touts "two-party government" in Senate bid August 21, 2014First in a series of stories profiling the candidates running for state Senate in Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex District STURBRIDGE - For James P. Ehrhard, his campaign for the Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex District state Senate seat comes down to "one fundamental truth."
- Sturbridge hotel project 'very much alive' August 21, 2014Last month, Jayesh Patel said his proposed Holiday Inn Express project was dead because the Zoning Board of Appeals was not allowing him a "necessary" parking variance.
- Legislator plans to refile Lyme disease bill next session August 21, 2014State Rep. Theodore Speliotis, D-Danvers, said he plans to refile a bill to help provide extended treatment for Lyme disease patients next session, after opponents stalled the bill at the end of this session.
- Lotter awarded first Grace M. Flynn scholarship August 31, 2014
- 5th Worcester District's Castriotta set for heat of Beacon Hill kitchen September 1, 2014In his campaign for the 5th Worcester District House seat, middle school history and geography teacher Matthew Castriotta said the state needs education reform that looks at "the whole child," and to bring vocational education back to every high school in the state.
- Fair-weather endeavor August 31, 2014Liz Wykes, 15, of Rutland, tends to her first-place prize-winning calf, Clover, a 5-month-old Angus Holstein, in the livestock barn at the 126th annual Spencer Fair Saturday.
- Farming heritage highlight of 4H Fair August 24, 2014The unmuffled, staccato sputter of antique farm tractors provided a counterpoint to the bellow of Holsteins, Ayrshires, Jerseys and Guernseys as folks from throughout the region gathered today for the opening of the 65th annual Worcester County 4-H Fair.
- Spencer voters OK school assessment August 22, 2014With unanimous approval of a $5,725,754 assessment by the 87 town meeting voters on Thursday, the Spencer-East Brookfield Regional School District has a budget for the fiscal year that began on July 1. The level-funded budget for the two-town district is $23,681,395.
- 5th Worcester District's Castriotta set for heat of Beacon Hill kitchen September 1, 2014
- Man charged in tractor and truck thefts from Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine August 28, 2014A Vermont man is facing federal charges he possessed a number of tractors and trucks that were stolen over a 12-year period from Vermont, New York, Massachusetts and Maine.
- Nipmucs identify property for community center August 25, 2014When David "Tall Pine" White looks at the forested 42 acres at Birch Hill and Shea roads he sees a promising future for the Nipmuc Nation.
- Spencer-East Brookfield official finalist in Belchertown August 21, 2014Karen J. Zaleski, the director of pupil services at Spencer-East Brookfield School District, was named a finalist for the superintendent position in Belchertown this week.
- Ex-officer and wife sue West Brookfield Police Dept. August 19, 2014West Brookfield's executive secretary and her husband, a former West Brookfield police officer, have filed a lawsuit against the Police Department, Chief C. Thomas O'Donnell and Sgt.
- Man charged in tractor and truck thefts from Massachusetts, Vermont, Maine August 28, 2014