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The second largest city in New England Worcester was named after its predecessor Worcester England. Located forty miles from Boston, Worcester was originally settled by the English in 1673. Esther Howland, an early resident of Worcester, designed the first American valentine cards. Worcester also hosted some filming for the Star Trek Nemesis filming. The city is also home to its own art museum, Hanover Theater of the Performing Arts, and the Rock and Shock a convention for horror as well as a heavy metal concert.

Population: 182596
Local Newspapers: The Worcester Telegram and Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Worcester Sharks (AHL) Worcester Tornadoes (Can-Am Baseball)
Local Colleges: Jesuit College of the Holy Cross Clark University

Zip Codes associated with worcester, massachusetts: 01602 01603 01604 01605 01606 01607 01608 01609 01610 01612 01655
Towns/Cities near worcester, massachusetts : Spencer Northborough Edgemere Auburn Millbury Forest Grove Westborough Cherry Valley

Worcester News
Two Turks join Armenians in Worcester to recall genocide

Two Turks - one Muslim, the other Christian - spoke at a commemoration Sunday of the Armenian Genocide, the mass killings of 1.5 million Armenians that began 102 years ago at the hands of the Ottoman Empire. "We have a duty to face our past," said Burcin Gercek, a journalist and author from Istanbul who is a doctoral student at Clark University's Strassler Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies.

Advocate in Worcester courts is honored for helping crime victims

Given her amicable disposition and ever-present smile, it isn't hard to understand how LoriAnn Killoran would be able to bring some measure of comfort to traumatized crime victims and their families as she guides them through an often drawn-out and sometimes frustrating legal process. That she has managed to do it while facing her own serious health problems is nothing short of a testament to her character and commitment, say her peers.

Incoming QCC chief sets sights on greater outreach

WORCESTER – Quinsigamond Community College looked far beyond its surrounding region for its next president, going all the way to California to tap community college administrator Luis Pedraja. Mr. Pedraja, who takes over for retiring president Gail Carberry on July 10, thinks it maybe shouldn't stop there.

Tenant hopes to break the mold in Leominster apartment

When Julie Sarasty and her family moved into their 64 Viscoloid Ave. apartment in January 2016, she blamed the runny noses they all got to the common cold. It wasn't until she started taking a closer look under her kitchen sink that she started to blame the mold.

New nonprofit seeks treatment for victims of prostitution, drugs

Ms. Bell indeed has become a leader in the city's nonprofit realm, founding Living In Freedom Together, or LIFT, a resource and advocacy center for women who have been commercially sexually exploited. A center for women like herself.

Worcester carpentersa union to hold Front Street rally

In an announcement about the rally, Carpenters Local 107 of Worcester said that subcontractor P&B Partitions of West Berlin, New Jersey, which is working on the complex, has a history of wage and hour violations.

Worcester stabbing suspect IDa d, warrant sought

Police reported responding at 10:12 a.m. Saturday to an Austin Street apartment where they met with a 27-year-old man with a cut above his eye. The victim was conscious and alert.

Worcester police seek info on shooting in Providence St. area

Police reported responding at approximately 3:50 a.m. Saturday to the vicinity of 74-82 Harrison St. for the report of gunshots. Officers received an alert from ShotSpotter, gunshot detection technology, indicating that shots had been fired in the area, police said.

Multi-town rail trail in the works beginning in Westboro

WESTBORO - The town will be a bit more connected to the great outdoors, largely thanks to Don Burn. Burn, a town resident and member of the Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee is leading the way to connect Westboro, and beyond, via the Boston-Worcester Air Line Trail .

Worcester highlights savings from new DCU lighting

WORCESTER - A more than one-year long project to convert the lighting in the DCU Center to LED lights has been completed - a move that city officials say will result in cost savings, energy efficiency and reduction of emissions.  The project, which began in February 2016, is expected to result in a 42 percent overall reduction in kilowatt usage at the city-owned facility.  City officials said that equates to annual CO2 emissions for 194 homes; a carbon reduction equal to 1,243 acres of forests; and the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions equal to 277 cars being driven for a year.  "Efficiency standards have grown over the last decade as have people's expectations of how we use our resources," City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. said in a press release jointly issued by the city and SMG, which manages the DCU Center.

Possible sale of Reliant Medical reported

WORCESTER – Reliant Medical Group, one of the region's largest employers, could be acquired by a larger organization soon, Timothy P. Murray, president and CEO of the Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce, said Friday. Mr. Murray said he heard from some employees at Reliant this week that a memo was sent informing them of the possible acquisition.

23-year-old man seeking kidney donor NEW

After being diagnosed with end-stage kidney failure just over a year ago, a local man is hoping to find an altruistic stranger to give him a kidney.

Worcester man pleads guilty to evading tobacco taxes

WORCESTER - A Worcester businessman pleaded guilty Thursday in U.S. District Court to a scheme to defraud the state of tobacco excise taxes and submitting false tax returns. The U.S. Department of Justice alleged that between late 2014 and July 2016, when Mr. Afeez operated a wholesale business selling cigars, smoking tobacco and smokeless tobacco such as snuff and chewing tobacco to convenience stores, gas stations and other businesses, he entered into a scheme to evade tobacco taxes.

Fifth annual golf benefit to add Chambersingers concert

The regional chorus Assabet Valley Mastersingers continues growing with about 75 vocalists representing 27 communities including Grafton, Hudson, Marlborough, Northborough, Shrewsbury, Southborough and Westborough. New this year, the nonprofit organization's fundraiser is introducing a concert presented by the Assabet Valley Chambersingers, a small ensemble of vocalists selected from AVM.

Lifestyle | 10 Great Things to do in Worcester This Weekend - April 21, 2017

To help you figure out what to do and when to do it, GoLocal has compiled a list of 10 great things to do this weekend in Worcester. Everyone's favorite auntie, Auntie Trainwreck is ready to rock out at Greendale's Pub from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. on Friday night.

Westminster gun club, neighbors testify in cease-and-desist order appeal

WESTMINSTER – The Zoning Board of Appeals continued a hearing on an appeal of a cease-and-desist order on the Westminster Rod and Gun Club to May 2, after hours of testimony from club members, neighbors and abutters. The hearing is the culmination of a long dispute between those living near the gun club who say they have a right to enjoy their backyards, and members of the club who say they believe their gun rights are in jeopardy.

Primary Stages to Present Reading of Connor Sampson's Parading the Noose

Primary Stages has announced a reading of PARADING THE NOOSE, a new play by Connor Sampson , the recipient of the inaugural Jeffry Melnick New Playwright Award, established by Jeffry Melnick and administrated by Primary Stages . The reading will be held at the Cherry Lane Theatre on Monday, April 24 at 7pm.

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