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Preacher, radio host William C. McNeill opines on Mosaic |  As a radio show host, blogger and preacher, never mind a member of the community grappling with the issue of fair play seen most often through the lens of racism as it relates to the Mosaic Cultural Complex controversy, the Doherty High grad seems compelled to have his voice heard on the subject. Patrick Sargent obliges.

William C. McNeill is a rare voice of reason on either side of the Mosaic controversy.

Courtesy William C. McNeill

William C. McNeill is a rare voice of reason on either side of the Mosaic controversy.


Editorial: Loudly heralding Housing Authority’s ‘quiet success’ vs. crime |  Statistics released yesterday show vast improvement at Worcester Housing Authority properties during the tenure of Executive Director Raymond V. Mariano. Combined with recent data showing its A Better Life self-sufficiency program is exceeding expectations, it’s past time to applaud the “quiet success” of public housing policy in Worcester.


Feb10SunSpot_teaseSun Spots with Hitch [Vol. 31]: The puck drops here |  In the wake of Monday’s announcement that businessman Cliff Rucker’s bid secured Worcester an expansion minor league hockey franchise, excitement abounds. See why, to Hitch, it almost feels like the game never left.

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