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Blue Cross Blue Shield CEO Dreyfus headlines chamber breakfast
Massachusetts
WORCESTER — Business leaders filled Mechanics Hall this morning for a chamber event that featured an inside look at the health insurance industry and words of praise for a handful of businesses and individuals.
October 23 2014
Hospital: Ebola virus survivor not infected again
Massachusetts
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — A Massachusetts doctor who is back in the hospital after he was successfully treated for the Ebola virus last month isn't infected again with it, hospital officials said Sunday.
October 23 2014
Doctor successfully treated for Ebola hospitalized
Massachusetts
WORCESTER, Massachusetts (AP) A U.S. doctor and missionary who was successfully treated for Ebola he contracted in Africa is back in the hospital with what appears to be a respiratory infection, and doctors don't suspect a recurrence...
October 23 2014
Local health care workers on guard for Ebola
Massachusetts
ASHLAND - As Ebola fears spread, area hospital officials helped prepare first responders should a case pop up in Massachusetts.Officials from MetroWest Medical Center in Framingham and St. Vincent's Hospital in Worcester briefed first responders at an Ashland High School information session organized by Ashland police. Responders said Friday's event will shape policy to prepare for Ebola locally ...
October 23 2014
Suspect in fatal Worcester shooting caught in NYC
Massachusetts
WORCESTER — The suspect in a fatal shooting in Worcester earlier this month has been apprehended in New York City. Police say 20-year-old Dominic Bonneville of Worcester was arrested on a fugitive from justice charge on Monday. Bonneville faces murder and other charges when he returns to Massachusetts. It's was not immediately clear when he would return.
October 23 2014
2 brothers charged in Worcester shooting
Massachusetts
WORCESTER — Two brothers authorities say played a role in a fatal shooting in Worcester have been ordered held without bail pending a dangerousness hearing. Ahmad Jaara and Fathi Mohd Jaara were arrested Wednesday and arraigned in District Court on charges of armed assault with intent to murder and being accessories after the fact of murder in connection with the Oct. 2 shooting of 19-year-old ...
October 23 2014
Mom in fetal death concealment case due in court
Worcester, Massachusetts
A Massachusetts woman who lived in a filthy, vermin-infested house where the bodies of three infants were found was due in court for a status hearing.
October 22 2014
Doctors give 3rd U.S. Ebola patient "great" news
Massachusetts
51-year-old doctor from Worcester, Massachusetts, went to Nebraska hospital for treatment for deadly virus
October 01 2014
Worcester Polytechnic Institute Participates in Clinical Trial for MRI-Compatible Robot Designed to
Massachusetts
Developed by researchers at WPI, Johns Hopkins University, and Brigham and Women's Hospital, the robotic system is being tested as part of a larger clinical trial at BWH in Boston. (PRWeb September 18, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/09/prweb12170904.htm
October 01 2014
Liberia: U.S. Doctors Ready to Help Liberian Health Workers
Massachusetts
[NEWS]In the wake of the deadly Ebola virus which is ravaging member states of the Mano River Union (MRU) and now Nigeria, a group of concerned leading healthcare practitioners from the medical campus of the University of Massachusetts (UMass) in Worcester and the Boston's Children Hospital are collaborating with Liberian community organizations in Massachusetts to dispatch a huge consignment of ...
October 01 2014
New York slaying suspect caught in Massachusetts
New York
WORCESTER, Mass. (AP) — A man wanted on a murder warrant out of New York has been captured in Massachusetts.
September 28 2014
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
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