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>WEATHER: Watch Mark Rosenthal’s 7-day forecast (:59). High of 60 today in Worcester


-Worcester police looking for missing 14-year-old girl

-Federal grant will study reconnecting Vernon Hill over I-290

-Worcester officials fail to halt change in train schedule

-TODAY! Grand opening planned Saturday at Worcester’s newest brewery

-Injured owl rescued by animal control in Holden on Route 68 (:31)

-Jefferson Mills in Holden opens its doors (3:51)

-W.P.D. bids farewell to longtime officer David Rutherford after more than 40 years of service

-Dynamic Futures program opens doors for high school students with diverse interests in behavioral, mental health fields

-Massive Sterling corn maze opens this weekend (2:06)

-T&G to expand news staff, adding engagement editor

-Aislinn Doyle: Worcester Public Schools in Brief for September

-Ray Mariano on District 5 Worcester City Council seat

-Manny Jae Media (1:06:44): Candy Mero Carlson, incumbent candidate, Worcester City Council, District 2

>DINING OUT: Search for Best Breakfast Place in Central Mass. down to 8. Vote now

-ICYMI: Worcester teen on mission to help people with Sickle Cell Disease after seeing his sister’s struggle

-Quarter-pound peanut butter cups a big hit at this local candy store (2:43)

-Another assault reported at a Worcester Dunkin’s

-Police seeking 2 suspects accused of several business break-ins throughout Central Mass.

-Worcester Fire Department awarded $8.6 million to hire 30 firefighters

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>HOLDEN (brought to you by Lamoureux Ford): Final day to register to vote in Special State Senate Primary is Saturday

-Lamoureux Ford is your headquarters for the exciting BRONCO SPORT (1:47)

-Al’s Candy Shoppe, new in Holden, is “an experience”

>THE BURBS (brought to you by North End Motor Sales): Southbridge man sentenced to federal prison for drug charges

-Annual pumpkin patch returns to Sturbridge

-Grafton native competes in lacrosse championship

-Grafton police log

-Community Harvest Project’s Harvest Home Festival and 5K fun run November 5th

-Shrewsbury police given grant of more then $173,000

>BARS & BANDS: The Mayor’s Live Music List for Saturday

>SHOWTIME: Ten Things to Do: Sterling maze, FAM Jam, Art & Music Festival…

-Gloria Hall and Art in the Park to receive Harvey Ball Smile Award on World Smile Day

-First Person: In Library of Disposable Art, hidden horror of corsages

-Jennifer Julien Gaskin: The swinging pendulum of grief

-WCCA-TV’s Connecting the Dots No. 138 (29:36): Sarah Levin Bourque, President, Aging Space

-WCCA-TV’s Rosen’s Roundtable No. 514 (28:18): Spectrum price increase/Stretch code/Welcome center

-Unity Radio Unity in the Community (57:29): Christon Carney, Education Director, Many Voices

>OBITUARIES: Tribute to man who was a varsity fencer at Holy Cross and ran his own C.P.A. firm

>SPORTS: Patriots steadfast in desire to launch it deep

-Holy Cross puts finishing touches on preparation to host Harvard at Polar Park

-Throughout football journey, close-knit Vaganek family has always had each other

-Clippers still engaging Celtics in Malcolm Brogdon in trade talks

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>CARS: See the most economical EV at Bertera Nissan, the Nissan Leaf (6:01)

>NATIONAL: How government shutdown affects military, national parks, T.S.A. jobs

-Astronaut Rubio set American record with year-long spaceflight

-Tragic: Dad, 25, dies of brain tumor that docs misdiagnosed as appendicitis

>NEW ENGLAND: Pace of MassHealth removals starting to pick up

>COLLEGES: Local pastor joins Worcester State to lead spiritual life program

-Clark awarded $5 million grant for tech workforce training

>TRAVEL (brought to you by Fuller RV & Rental): America’s most renowned wine country is just getting started

>BUSINESS: What is USB-C? Here’s why Apple’s charger switch is such a big deal

-Mass. life science industry outpaces competitor states amid economic challenges

>HEALTH: 2,745 confirmed cases and 28 deaths in a week. See the latest COVID data from Mass.

-UMass Medical School students share “sun safe” skin information across Worcester

>FOOD: McDonald’s worker shares shocking breakfast secrets

>HOMES: 5 latest houses to hit the market in the Worcester area

>SHOPPING: How Spirit Halloween went from a costume store to a fall staple

>TV/STREAMING: New movies and shows to watch this weekend

>MOVIES: New movies on demand — “Blue Beetle,” “Gran Turismo” and more

>CELEBRITY: Yes, Ben Affleck freestyles with Ice Spice in new Dunkin’ commercial

>ANIMALS: Sea lion pup gets saved by his mom (3:35)

>HISTORY: Today in History for September 30th (1:56)

>GOOD NEWS (brought to you by Bertera Nissan): Uxbridge girl overcomes brain injury, returns to competition (3:15)

-Meanwhile, in Clinton, intoxicated woman tries to pay bill with playing card at bar, flees to Domino’s while bar manager calls cops

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