Local blogger and urban planning expert Joyce Mandell’s five-point plan to invigorate Worcester’s Renaissance. Worcester Police on the run for city kids. And a whole lot more in your April 23-29 Worcester Sun.
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Mariano: Have we learned anything from the closing of Our Lady of Mount Carmel? Are you ready for some lacrosse? Read this and you will be
Evan Corrigan: Diary of a visit to Worcester … England, that is
Editorial: Want to make Worcester a better place? Step up by stepping out
Sun Spots with Hitch [Vol. 152]: The continuing saga of the Midtown Mall
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Sure, new services and technology make the daunting process a little easier every year, but then, the more things change the more they stay the same. Right? And those government hands — they’ll always be looking for more.
Hitch has a few tips to get you through this and many Aprils to come.
State targets spending priorities and considers bill to keep pensions from teachers convicted on child porn charges. A free look into Worcester’s future. Inbox is full of news on Music Worcester, Clark, the YWCA. All that and more in your Wednesday, April 12, Worcester Sun.
For instance, here at the Sun we’ve been saddled with the growing perception that we provide the city’s best, most thoughtful commentary, engaging storytelling and comprehensive reporting. Such is life.
Years of neglect, simmering criminal activity and public ambivalence have painted a decidedly different picture for the once estimable downtown destination.
Hitch takes a stroll along Front Street for a closer look.