By Rodrigo Saavedra
After a successful collaboration through 24 New England area schools, Crocodile River Music and the Gallery of African Art in Clinton are moving an African arts education initiative to Worcester to target inner-city …
By Noah R. Bombard
You can’t miss them. The two giant draft horses pulling a wagon-load of passengers around the Canal District are traffic stoppers. They’re meant to be.
Mixed on those wagons of passengers are …
Mitchell Pandolph is only $10K short of reaching his dream of being the first person in his family to go to college. So he’s turning to the Internet for help.
Mayor Joseph O’Brien releases a statement updating residents on the cleanup and restoration efforts under way since Saturday’s storm that left much of the region without power.
By Matt LaBarre
Bishop Robert McManus has been responsible for overseeing the Worcester Roman Catholic Diocese for more than seven years now and has seen the diocese through a number of changes. His passion for reaching …
Piece by piece, the smokey remains of the Ben Franklin Bookstore on Salem Street are finding their way out the door. But there’s still a lot to go. The used bookstore closed in May …
At Worcester’s Memorial Grove Green Hill Park, the play’s the thing. Running now through Aug. 21, the Worcester Shakespeare Company aims to whisk audiences out of the mid-summer heat wave and into two of Shakespeare’s masterpieces.
An all-female veterans shelter in Worcester helps vets reintegrate back to civilian life.
A group of prisoners and ex-prisoners seek systemic changes to help them to rebuild their lives on the outside.
The $2.7 million Crompton Park Pool facility officially opened today along with the city’s four beaches and the newly constructed Greenwood Spray Facility.
The City of Worcester will hold its annual Independence Day Celebration Friday, July 2, at Christoforo Colombo Park on Shrewsbury Street.
When students return to Chandler Magnet School this fall they’ll be sporting khaki pants and blue polo shirts. Last week the Worcester School Committee voted six to one to approve school uniforms for students. The move also received the support of the school’s site council.