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Big party for downtown

WORCESTER – City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. looked down Front Street from the sidelines of the City Hall vs. local media kickball game Friday afternoon and ticked off the list of planned projects either planned or underway in the neighborhood.

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March Municipal Madness debuts in Worcester

As elite college basketball teams were vying for a national championship early this spring, the Worcester Regional Research Bureau put its own spin on March Madness: policy ideas competing against each other.

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Are Minorities Finally Becoming a Political Force in Worcester?

Nine of the 10 members of Worcester’s City Council are white. Five of the six School Committee members are white. Looking at the list of possible candidates for the city council, six minorities are running for District seats and five are running for an At-Large seat. However, only two minorities are running for a school committee position.

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Real-world research

Worcester has long exhibited an apparent paradox — given how many college students are here, why doesn’t it feel like a typical “college town”?

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