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Fed jury acquits Worcester police Sgt. Stephen Roche of brutality
WORCESTER — An eight-member U.S. District Court jury found police Sgt. Stephen Roche not guilty Tuesday of using excessive force against Jose L. Ortiz, a livery driver, during a 2014 drug raid.
Snowfall Totals in Worcester County After Monday’s Storm
WORCESTER – The National Weather Service [NWS] lists snowfall totals in each Massachusetts county provided to them by highway departments, observers, weather spotters and media outlets.
Here’s what Elizabeth Warren’s child care plan would mean for parents in Massachusetts and beyond
Sen. Elizabeth Warren released a plan this week to address one of the biggest rising costs for American families: Child care. The Massachusetts Democrat and 2020 presidential candidate is calling for a “robust” increase in federal funding to local governments, schools, and other nonprofit groups to
Super Spartans: Oakmont girls' basketball topples Leominster, completes program's first 20-0 regular season
LEOMINSTER — It’s called a Super Snow Moon. And the Oakmont Spartans must have seen it filling the sky, as they looked out the bus windows on their ride from Ashburnham to Leominster High for their final game of the regular season Tuesday night.
SNL no laughing matter anymore
Nothing funny about tired Saturday Night Live on Fake News NBC! Question is, how do the Networks get away with these total Republican hit jobs without retribution? Likewise for many other shows? Very unfair and should be looked into. This is the real Collusion! — President Trump, via Twitter.
Massachusetts State Police investigating early morning fatal crash
A rollover crash at about 12:55 a.m. this morning in Auburn claimed the life of a Worcester man. Preliminary investigation by Trooper Timothy Rafferty indicates that Carlos Mendoza, 28, of Worcester was traveling on the ramp structure from I-90 Eastbound to Route 290 Eastbound in a 2003 Nissan Pathf
Bingham still in a learning mode
When you've won a state title and you pretty much have the book on the Delaware Wing-T offense mastered, what do you do? You go to class and master it a little more. That's what Tom Bingham and his St. Bernard's football staff did in January, as they attended the National Wing-T Clinic in Pittsburgh
Worcester Man Identified in Fatal Auburn Crash on I-290 Ramp
WORCESTER – A rollover crash early Tuesday morning in Auburn has claimed the life of 28-year-old Carlos Mendoza of Worcester. According to the Massachusetts State Police [MSP], the crash occurred around 12:55 AM. Mendzoa was traveling on an on-ramp from I-90 Eastbound to Rt. 290 Eastbound in a 2003
Bernie Sanders: ‘We’re Gonna Win’ 2020 Presidential Election
WASHINGTON (AP) — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, whose insurgent 2016 presidential campaign reshaped Democratic politics, announced Tuesday that he is running for president in 2020.
Snow, freezing rain and rain on its way and could impact Thursday morning commute in Massachusetts
After a snowy Presidents Day, more winter weather is in the forecast for New England. The National Weather Service reports a low pressure system will move into the northeast starting Wednesday night and ending Thursday morning, bringing a wintry mix that could include snow, sleet, rain and freezing
Cohen: Socialism won’t play any better in 2020 than it did in 2016
Bernie Sanders, a presidential loser who couldn’t stop corrupt Hillary Clinton and her ilk from rigging the Democratic Party apparatus against him in 2016, thinks he can make Donald Trump a one-term president.
Biomedical Polymers could double production in Sterling
Biomedical Polymers and its division BMP Medical has officially opened its 80,000-square-foot facility in Sterling after moving from a 24,000-square-foot plant in Gardner. The company purchased the former SMC Limited building in June for $5.1 million. President Michael Faulkner spoke to WBJ about th
6-Year-Old Recovers From Sledding Accident in NH
A 6-year-old girl remains hospitalized with serious head injuries after a sledding accident Sunday afternoon in Marlborough, New Hampshire. The rolling hills off Horse Hill Road are a popular sledding spot for families in the area. Within minutes of arriving, Kayla Wooster said her niece Bella just
After 63 years of marriage, Holden husband and wife die within hours
HOLDEN — Just before Christmas Richard "Chick" Nylen, had a talk with his daughter. It was about his wife, her mother, Blanche Nylen, who had been battling cancer. Despite rallying once, she wasn't doing very well.
Tavern planned for old Sully's Pub in Marlborough
MARLBOROUGH — A father and son with experience in the restaurant industry plan to open their own place in the spot that was once home to Sully’s First Edition Pub. The Florence Street space was most recently O’Hearn’s Tavern, which was only open for a short time. Sully’s closed in 2015.
Massachusetts men to be sentenced for drug killing in Maine
HOULTON — Two Massachusetts men are due to be sentenced this week for a drug-related killing in northern Maine. Marcus Asante of Fitchburg, Massachusetts, was convicted in November of the murder and robbery of an Oakfield man on Oct. 16, 2016. A second man, Darin Goulding of Leominster, Massachusett
Suspicious behavior at hot dog stand leads to arrest for fake license plate
MARLBOROUGH — A Hudson man reportedly acting strangely at Doug’s Dogs on Main Street was arrested Friday when police allegedly found drug paraphernalia in his car, which also had a fake license plate attached.
Sports: Worcester's Jose Antonio Rivera, former boxing champ, ready for 50th pro fight
It’s official. Fight number 50 is a go. So says Jose Antonio Rivera, a former three-time world champion who help put Worcester on the map as a boxing city and who made a triumphant return to the ring last year after a seven-year layoff.
API sells electronics manufacturing services business for $15M
Marlborough-based API Technologies Corp. has sold its electronics manufacturing services business, API Defense USA, to Norwegian manufacturing firm Kitron for $14.8 million. The business was located in Windber, Pa. and specialized in the manufacturing, testing and repair services of electronic compo
Worcester PD Need Help Identifying Suspected Backpack Thief
WORCESTER – The Worcester Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man suspected of stealing a student’s backapck from the Mass. College of Pharmacy at 10 Lincoln Square.