Law & Order: Man stabbed in Pleasant Street neighbor dispute

Law & Order features information released by the office of Attorney General Maura Healey, Massachusetts State Police, Worcester District Attorney Joseph Early Jr., and the police departments of Worcester, Auburn, Boylston, Grafton, Holden, Leicester, Millbury, Paxton, Shrewsbury and West Boylston. (Sourced from municipal websites, social media and press releases.)

Editorial: New Year for the Worcester renaissance

Worcester has come far the last 25 years, preparing itself for the future. While developers continue those big-ticket improvements, let’s add feet to the equation. We urge folks to get out and enjoy this city more. People going out and about inspire the street-level, human-scale practicalities that help a place come alive.

Last week’s most popular, July 2-8

Here are the most popular Worcester Sun articles July 2-8

Mariano: Choose your words carefully; obscene, crude language is bad enough without making it worse. She’s always been a hustler: The Soofi family story
Access Denied: Mounting opposition buries pipeline plans
Editorial: A week’s worth of fireworks in Worcester
New mandatory minimum sentence would target tricks of drug trafficking trade
Area artist molds a new career, city narrative with Mugged in Worcester

Last week’s most popular, June 25-July 1

Here are the most popular Worcester Sun articles June 25-July 1

Mariano: Which City Council candidate in District 5 has the advantage? In Worcester, battle for pedicab supremacy is afoot
Nothing usual about The Chameleon opening on Shrewsbury Street
Songs in the key of healing: Worcester Center for Expressive Therapies offers hope
Altea’s Eatery offers brunch lovers an everyday entree to France
Meet Worcester’s clinical trial pioneers

Last week’s most popular, June 18-24

Here are the most popular Worcester Sun articles June 18-24

Nothing usual about The Chameleon opening on Shrewsbury Street
Mariano: Thought police take over the Citizen Advisory Council
Editorial: Leadership fails test over candidate’s Turtleboy tie
Worcester 2.0: An outsider’s inside look at the city’s developing future
For George’s Bakery, bread is where the heart is
No child’s play: Simon Says Give Worcester chapter packs a serious charitable punch

Worcester 2.0: An outsider’s inside look at the city’s developing future

In Istanbul, I was drowned in the city and its events, while in Worcester I have to dig in to reach them. In Istanbul, a machine of 15 million, I always felt disposable and replaceable. In Worcester, I feel more significant. … But where do people of color and/or lower income stand within this revitalizing/renewing Worcester? How much are they incorporated into this transformation? What are their roles?