Monthly Archives: May 2011

City Council live blog 5/10/11

Looking for tonight’s city council live blog? It (and all the others from now on) can be found at Daily Worcesteria’s new location, the Worcester Mag website.

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Daily Worcesteria has moved

It’s an exciting day in Blogland as we announce that Worcester Mag’s blogs, Daily Worcesteria and Diversions, have now been added to our website (rather than just iframed in, as is the current setup).

From this point forward all new blog content can be reached by going to worcestermag.com > blogs and then clicking on which one you’d like to visit. Or just click here to go directly to Daily Worcesteria. Change your bookmarks.

WordPress, you’ve been good to us but it’s time to move on.

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City Council live blog 3/5/11

Posted by Jeremy Shulkin

Cover It Live. Agenda.

7:18: M.O’Brien talks about his budget recommendation, rehashing previous power points about losing tax money and state aid while paying out more for increasing health care costs.

No taxes are going up — the $10 million levy will stay where it is — but he does point out 129 city positions will be lost.

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Boston students hit the streets after Bin Laden news

Posted by Jeremy Shulkin

All over the country last night impromptu rallies broke out after broadcasts that a US Navy SEAL team killed Osama bin Laden. Former Worcester Mag photographer/intern Matt Wright has photos of the crowds in Boston.

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WPI Commencement saga comes to an end

Posted by Jeremy Shulkin

The students who led a campaign to find an alternative commencement speaker for WPI’s graduating class received some good news from the school late Saturday night: they’ll be able to miss ExxonMobil CEO Rex Tillerson’s commencement speech and still walk across the stage later in the ceremony.

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