Last week’s most popular, Feb. 12-18

Here are the most popular Worcester Sun articles Feb. 12-18

Ray Mariano: Should Worcester be a sanctuary city? The votes are in.  Nick Duffy, Grafton Hill free spirit, self-published author, ‘real-world’ skeptic
 Railers players’ first stop? Their new apartments at the Edge
 Sina-cism: Hating Trump no substitute for a real policy
 Free to read — Sina-cism: When Nikola Tesla didn’t come to Worcester

Last week’s most popular, Feb. 5-11

Here are the most popular Worcester Sun articles Feb. 5-11

Ray Mariano: VOTE: Should Worcester be a sanctuary city? ABA basketball hopes to drop Anchors in Worcester
Melifonwu and McCubrey: Two football futures kick off with no-nonsense announcements
Bluefin Technology connects with customers, Worcester
Editorial: Short-term fixes boost commuter rail performance

Kevin Mensah looks to end whirlwind year with scholarship

Hopes remain high that a match with a top collegiate program — maybe nearby? — could be on the horizon for one of the area’s most talented football players as Signing Day nears. Joe Parello has the story.

The Wide Woo of Sports: To the point with Worcester Fencing Club — en garde!

How’s your swordsmanship? The ancient practice of fencing, which eventually became a sport known mostly in movies and the Olympics, involves agility and strategy, and can be learned and practiced right here in the city. The Worcester Fencing Club, at 243 Stafford St., offers classes and programs for children and adults — and an athletic alternative for the adventurous. Joe Parello is back with a closer look.

Worcester Sun, Oct. 19: In this issue

A couple of our top recent pieces — on the (g)rowing community at Lake Quinsig and an Olympic sport getting the Worcester treatment — hit the free-to-read bin. We have thoughts on getting out the vote. Hitch has his eye on Moses Dixon. And much more in your Wednesday, Oct. 19, Worcester Sun.

Worcester’s Davon Jones rushes in to fill Eagles’ void

“I’m just trying to take advantage of every rep I get,” Boston College’s Davon Jones told Sun sports reporter Joe Parello. “The transition [to running back] has been good. I credit that to coach White and coach Addazio for believing in me, and believing I can play running back. I’m happy with it, and I’m just trying to help my teammates.” Oh, he’s helping all right — already second on the team in rushing yards after shifting from safety in spring, things appear to be looking up for the former St. John’s star at The Heights.