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Good for Guns Gun buyback in Worcester yields 260 weapons (via MassLive)

President Barack Obama is expected to announce in the coming days a new executive action with the goal of expanding background checks on gun sales, people familiar with White House planning said.

Worcester DCF hosts party for foster families

Worcester DCF hosts party for foster families

Chocolate Fountains, Worcester, Holiday Parties, December, Party, Families, News

UMass to celebrate downtown expansion

UMass Memorial Health Care has added nearly square feet to its new IT offices in the Mercantile Center in downtown Worcester

WORCESTER - About 250 employees of UMass Memorial Health Care's Information Technology department officially moved into new office space in the downtown (via Worcester Business Journal)

UMass Memorial Health Care moves 250 workers to space in downtown Worcester

WORCESTER - About 250 employees of UMass Memorial Health Care's Information Technology department officially moved into new office space in the downtown (via Worcester Business Journal)

SOUTHBORO - Former Gov. Michael S. Dukakis said before Friday's groundbreaking ceremony for the Autism Institute, a research and training center at the

Ground broken for Autism Institute expansion in Southboro

FITCHBURG - Registration is now open for the fall session of the Fitchburg State Foundation Music Lesson Program.The Foundation Music Lesson Program

Organ and Tissue Donation Blog℠: 'A 100% successful transplant': Danny Masterson shares photo of wife Bijou Phillips with her kidney donor after life-saving surgery

'A successful transplant': Danny Masterson shares photo of wife Bijou Phillips with her kidney donor after life-saving surgery

Bionic Pancreas #HealthWatch

Bionic Pancreas Offers a Breakthrough in Diabetes Management

Sports Medicine physician, Dr. Herb Stevenson, discussion concussions and helmet safety

Ahead of the game: Area sports programs tackle concussions

Herb Stevenson, discussion concussions and helmet safety

When critical illness insurance may make sense

Patients May Face Big Bill Markup in ER, Study Finds – Patients are charged 340 percent more than what Medicare pays for ER visits.

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