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Democrats narrow gubernatorial field
Massachusetts
WORCESTER — Massachusetts Democrats have narrowed their choice for governor to three, with state Treasurer Steven Grossman topping the balloting among delegates Saturday and Attorney General Martha Coakley narrowly edging out former federal health care administrator Don Berwick.
July 06 2014
Worcester police nab Puerto Rico murder suspect
Massachusetts
WORCESTER — A man wanted in connection with three slayings in Puerto Rico has been captured in Massachusetts. Worcester police say 23-year-old Luis Torres Flores was arrested Thursday morning. He was first was identified as a suspect in a non-fatal shooting in the city earlier this week. During the investigation, Worcester police communicated with authorities in Puerto Rico, and found out that ...
July 06 2014
Report: Teen ‘psychotic’ after attacking math teacher in bathroom
Massachusetts
SALEM, Mass. (AP) — Court documents say a Massachusetts teenager charged with killing his math teacher appeared to be “psychotic” after he allegedly attacked a female clinician at a Department of Youth Services detention center in Boston earlier this month. According to the petition to have Philip Chism committed to Worcester Recovery Center and Hospital […]
July 06 2014
Maine man convicted in 1994 Massachusetts slaying
Maine
WORCESTER, Mass. — A Maine resident has been convicted of a slaying in Massachusetts 20 years ago. John Fredette was convicted Tuesday in Worcester Superior Court of first-degree murder for the 1994 slaying of 36-year-old Kevin Harkins. The 51-year-old Fredette was living in Saco, Maine when he was arrested in 2012. Fredette faces a mandatory sentence of life in prison without parole at ...
June 25 2014
Suspect in teacher's killing planned attack on youth counselor
Worcester, Massachusetts
Philip Chism, a Massachusetts teenager awaiting trial on charges of raping and killing his school math teacher, apparently planned out an alleged attack on a counselor at a youth services facility this month, according to court documents.
June 22 2014
State House Roundup: Raise Your Right Hand
Worcester, Massachusetts
After a weekend of politicking and karaoke in Worcester, legislative leaders put their heads down this week as a tempest began to swirl over at the federal courthouse in Boston, threatening to further chum the waters of the end-of-session, lawmaking frenzy.
June 22 2014
Low-wage protests planned in Massachusetts cities
Massachusetts
SPRINGFIELD — Hundreds of low-wage workers from various industries are planning to gather in three Massachusetts cities to demonstrate for higher wages and protest wage inequality. The protests will be held Thursday in Boston, Springfield and Worcester. Workers in the fast food, retail, transportation, home care and health care fields are expected to attend. In Boston, a rally is planned at ...
June 12 2014
Health New England to expand service network in Worcester County
Massachusetts
Health New England, a nonprofit health insurance carrier based in Western Massachusetts, will expand its service network to include all of Worcester County as of July 1, 2014.
June 11 2014
Health New England Announces Expansion into Worcester County
Massachusetts
Health New England , a nonprofit health insurance carrier based in Western Massachusetts, will expand its service network to include all of Worcester County as of July 1, 2014
June 11 2014
Mixed verdict for illegal immigrant charged in dragging death
Worcester, Massachusetts
A man from Ecuador charged with dragging a Milford motorcyclist to his death under his pickup truck has been found not guilty of second-degree murder, but has been convicted of less serious charges.
June 10 2014
Judge Issues Mixed Verdict For Illegal Immigrant In Milford Dragging Death
Worcester, Massachusetts
A man from Ecuador accused of dragging a Milford motorcyclist to his death under his pickup truck was found not guilty Monday of second-degree murder but will serve 12-to-14 years in prison on motor vehicle manslaughter and homicide charges.
June 10 2014
Man convicted in beating death of son dies
Worcester, Massachusetts
WALPOLE, Mass. — A man serving a life sentence for beating his 7-year-old son to death on Father's Day 2009 died in prison Friday in an apparent suicide, a Massachusetts state prisons spokesman said. Leslie Schuler, 41, was found hanging in his cell at MCI-Cedar Junction in Walpole at about 4:30 a.m., Department of Correction spokesman Darren Duarte said. The inmate was taken to Norwood Hospital ...
May 25 2014
Massachusetts man who beat son to death in ’09 found hanging in cell
Alabama
He had pleaded guilty to second-degree murder as his trial was about to start in Worcester.
May 24 2014
Milford dragging death leads to lengthy sentence
Milford, Massachusetts
WORCESTER, Mass. — A man from Ecuador convicted of dragging a Milford motorcyclist to his death under his pickup truck has been sentenced to up to 14 years in prison. A judge Monday sentenced 37-year-old Nicolas Dutan Guaman after clearing him of a second-degree murder, but convicting him on other charges including vehicular manslaughter in the August 2011 death of 23-year-old Matthew Denice ...
May 23 2014
Mixed verdict in Milford dragging death trial
Worcester, Massachusetts
WORCESTER — A man from Ecuador charged with dragging a Milford motorcyclist to his death under his pickup truck has been found not guilty of second-degree murder, but has been convicted of less serious charges. A judge on Monday found 37-year-old Nicolas Dutan Guaman guilty of manslaughter by motor vehicle in the August 2011 death of 23-year-old Mathew Denice. Prosecutors say Guaman was drunk ...
May 19 2014
Guaman Not Guilty of Murder in Milford Dragging Death
Worcester, Massachusetts
An Ecuadorian immigrant accused of hitting a motorcyclist in Milford while driving drunk and dragging him a quarter mile to his death was found guilty of manslaughter.
May 19 2014
Judge to announce verdict in dragging death trial - News, Weather and Classifieds for Southern New
Worcester, Massachusetts
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) - A judge is expected to announce his verdict this week in the trial of a man from Ecuador accused of dragging a Milford motorcyclist to his death under his pickup truck.
May 19 2014
Ecuadorian immigrant gets 12 to 14 years for killing motorcyclist in crash
Worcester, Massachusetts
Frances Burns WORCESTER, Mass., May 19 (UPI) -- An immigrant from Ecuador was sentenced to 12 to 14 years in a Massachusetts prison Monday for a drunk-driving crash that killed a man on a motorcycle.
May 19 2014
Judge to announce verdict in dragging death trial
Worcester, Massachusetts
WORCESTER — A judge is expected to announce his verdict this week in the trial of a man from Ecuador accused of dragging a Milford motorcyclist to his death under his pickup truck. Nicolas Dutan Guaman is charged with second-degree murder and other charges in the 2011 death of Matthew Denice. Prosecutors say Guaman was driving drunk without a license when he rolled through a stop sign and hit ...
May 19 2014
Trial in Milford dragging death postponed
Milford, Massachusetts
WORCESTER, Mass. — The trial of a man charged with being drunk when he struck and dragged a motorcyclist to his death in Milford has been postponed while the court looks for an interpreter that speaks the defendant's indigenous South American language. Nicolas Guaman has pleaded not guilty to charges including second-degree murder for allegedly striking 23-year-old Matthew Denice's motorcycle ...
May 17 2014
Ga. man pleads not guilty to 1974 Mass. slaying
Massachusetts
WORCESTER, Mass. — A 69-year-old Georgia man charged in connection with a fatal stabbing in Massachusetts four decades ago has pleaded not guilty. Lonzo Guthrie, of Austell, Georgia, was ordered held without bail at a short arraignment Monday in Worcester (WUS'-tur) Superior Court. Prosecutors allege Guthrie killed 21-year-old Eileen Ferro in February 1974, the day after delivering furniture to ...
May 15 2014
Language barrier postpones dragging death trial
Worcester, Massachusetts
WORCESTER, Mass. — The trial of a man from Ecuador charged with being drunk when he struck and dragged a motorcyclist to his death in Milford was postponed Wednesday while the court looks for an interpreter who speaks the defendant's native tongue. Nicolas Dutan Guaman, 37, has pleaded not guilty to charges including second-degree murder for allegedly striking 23-year-old Matthew Denice's ...
May 10 2014
UMass Memorial to lay off 103, close units
Massachusetts
WORCESTER - UMass Memorial Health Care will lay off 103 employees at its Worcester campuses and make a number of other reductions in services, part of an ongoing effort to close the organization's $55 million budget deficit.
May 08 2014
UMass Memorial Medical Center/Health Alliance Announces Cuts To Staff & Services at Burbank Hospita
Massachusetts
In the wake of last week's announcement of major service cuts and layoffs to their Worcester-based facilities, UMass Memorial Medical Center has also announced significant cuts to services and staff at the Fitchburg Health Alliance Burbank Hospital campus, with a 30 percent cut to RN staff who work in the Burbank Urgent Care Unit and a 25 percent reduction in RN staffing in the Simonds-Sinon ...
May 08 2014
14 area doctors split $11M from Medicare
Massachusetts
WORCESTER - Fourteen doctors in Worcester County, half of them ophthalmologists and many of them billing for expensive drugs, received $11.2 million in Medicare payments during 2012, according to detailed data released this month by the federal government.
May 08 2014
Trial in Milford motorcycle dragging death starts
Massachusetts
WORCESTER, Mass. — The trial of a man charged with driving drunk and striking and dragging a motorcyclist to his death in Milford is getting started. Nicolas Dutan Guaman faces charges including second-degree murder in Worcester Superior Court on Wednesday. The trial is being heard by a judge with no jury. Prosecutors allege the 37-year-old Guaman ran a stop sign in August 2011 and struck 23 ...
May 08 2014
New director of nursing chosen for Jewish Nursing Home
Massachusetts
A nurse who has been an administrator for several long-term care centers in Worcester County has been chosen as director of nursing for one of the most prominent facilities in western Massachusetts.
May 08 2014
Fatal Milford Crash Remains A Lightning Rod For Immigration Policy
Worcester, Massachusetts
The trial of Nicolas Guaman, an undocumented immigrant who allegedly hit and killed 23-year-old Matthew Denice while driving drunk in Milford in 2011, has become a rallying cry for a bigger crusade against driver's licenses for the undocumented.
May 07 2014
Man pleads guilty in son's death
Worcester, Massachusetts
WORCESTER (AP) -- A Massachusetts man charged with beating his 7-year-old son on Father's Day in 2009, leading to the boy's death, pleaded guilty on Tuesday to second-degree murder just as his trial was scheduled to start.
May 07 2014
Mass. man pleads guilty in son's death
Alabama
WORCESTER — A Massachusetts man charged with fatally beating his 7-year-old son on Father's Day in 2009 has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder. The Telegram & Gazette reports that testimony in the first-degree murder trial of 41-year-old Leslie Schuler was scheduled to begin Tuesday in Worcester Superior Court, but instead he pleaded guilty to the lesser charge.
May 06 2014
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