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Here are the most popular Worcester Sun articles Jan. 16-21
Hidden Gem: Belmont Vegetarian a true calling for owner — and its many fans
Ray Mariano: He who lives by the sword, gets skewered! Bill Randell: City Council talks Mount Carmel, keeps passing the buck
State of Politics: Legislative pay raise, Eversource rate hike, DraftKings’ bet on itself
Editorial: 2 churches, 1 City Council, 0 easy answers
St. John’s Food for the Poor: A free-to-read Sun Shine feature. Healey doubles down in gun control battle. The Inbox is full. And an editorial on the Women’s March on Washington. This is your Wednesday, Jan. 25, Worcester Sun.
Re-imagining Notre Dame makes downtown dollars and sense
Baker hails correctional officers’ response, lack of major injuries, in wake of prison riot at Souza-Baranowski
Ray Mariano: Wishes for Trump, City Council (and more) in the New Year
Bill Randell: Cheers to another potential tool in Worcester’s tax battle
Free to read: Is Worcester the least charitable city in the country?
“I can’t argue that this is an important issue to many residents (and, it doesn’t hurt, many important people), but does the council really need to be heavily involved?” Bill Randell pinpoints councilors’ real “most important” job.
Bill Randell: As Logan sets records, Worcester Airport almost ready to soar
Ray Mariano: Rating Trump’s staff and cabinet selections
Hidden Gem: Uncle Jay’s Twisted Fork
Editorial: Past, present and future, hard work is Worcester’s heartbeat
Sina-cism: When Nikola Tesla didn’t come to Worcester
Top state lawmakers weigh in on Airbnb regulations, Hitch takes aim at liberal lunacy, and marijuana home-growers may feel the legal squeeze. Plus Inbox and a new Free to Read in your Wednesday, Jan. 11, Worcester Sun.
“My long-held hope is that instead of the same old, same old, the council would initiate work on each upcoming budget and not wait to make reactionary tax decisions. Maybe even tell the city manager they want a spending plan based on a tax levy they, themselves, recommend. I have some good news: It may actually happen this year, and it could be thanks to a councilor named Gaffney.”
Sinacola gets smart on the economy. Hitch gets civil with the City Hall folks. Augustine gets his first taste of belonging in America. And Worcester gets an innovation boost from Beacon Hill. And that’s not all you get, in your Jan. 8-14 Worcester Sun.