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Taste test

WORCESTER - Ellis Salmon, 3, of Worcester and his sister Lennox, 6, enjoy frozen yogurt Tuesday at Berry Fusion on Pleasant Street. They were out with their mother, Amanda. Ellis got vanilla, and Lennox picked birthday cake with vanilla and chocolate. → Read More

Frozen chosen

WORCESTER - Ellis Salmon, 3, of Worcester and his sister Lennox, 6, enjoy frozen yogurt Tuesday at Berry Fusion on Pleasant Street. They were out with their mother, Amanda. Ellis got vanilla, and Lennox picked birthday cake with vanilla and chocolate. → Read More

A study in blues and greens

WORCESTER - A great blue heron hunts along the shores of Crystal Pond at University Park on Thursday. → Read More

Fountains turned on at Dean Park in Shrewsbury

SHREWSBURY - Volunteers Randy Richard and Tom Falzoi spent a considerable amount of time in a cold drizzle Tuesday working to turn on the timed fountains → Read More

Rainbow of raincoats

SHREWSBURY - Lourdes Mannise of Millbury walks her snappily dressed dogs, Diddle and Snuggles, on a dreary Tuesday at Dean Park. → Read More

Students audition for Worcester Youth Orchestra ensembles

WORCESTER - Spring auditions are underway for Worcester Youth Orchestra ensembles, with students pursuing string, wind, brass, harp, piano and percussion trying out Monday at Mechanics Hall. Other auditions will be held May 14 and 21. → Read More

Making music together at Worcester Senior Center

WORCESTER - Mike Leo of Dudley makes music with seniors at the Worcester Senior Center every Tuesday through June. Using his own singing voice and a wide variety of drums and percussion instruments, he takes them through interactive musical games, activities and songs. → Read More

Way of the Cross: Good Friday procession puts focus on Worcester's vulnerable

WORCESTER — Miriam Burger-Lisby, 10, of Worcester carried the cross as Rev. Meredyth Ward of the Walking Together Ministry lead a "Way of the Cross" walk in Worcester on Good Friday that hit 14 stations that reflect the lives of the poor and vulnerable in the city. The procession began at the WRTA bus hub and ended at City Hall. → Read More

April showers bring Easter Bunny photos at Auburn Mall

AUBURN — Olivia Carpenter, 2, of Charlton was among a steady stream of children who sat on the Easter Bunny's lap to have their photo taken with him at the Auburn Mall Thursday. → Read More

Head start: Worcester Audubon gives kids a lesson on moose

WORCESTER — Broad Meadow Brook Conservation Center and Wildlife Sanctuary teacher/naturalist Sue Moore talks about moose while displaying a skull and antlers to children in the April vacation week program. → Read More

Sliding sisters at Worcester's Elm Park playground

WORCESTER - The Gerardi sisters - Christina, 7, Stephanie, 6, and Alexis, 4 - find the slides at Elm Park very slippery during round two of Monday's rain. → Read More

Power player on campus

WORCESTER - William Sousa of Central Mass Power Washing and Restoration in Millbury adds to the fog Tuesday morning as he cleans the tennis courts at the College of the Holy Cross. → Read More

Sole proprietor at Carbonneau's Shoe Repair in Worcester

WORCESTER - Cobbler Richard Carbonneau works on the sole of a woman's shoe in his shop, Carbonneau Shoe Repair, on Monday. Started by his grandfather Joseph Frank Carbonneau in 1922, the business has been in operation in the same Grafton Street neighborhood for 97 years. → Read More

High schoolers came, they had fun, they learned at Holy Cross Classics Day

WORCESTER — The College of the Holy Cross held its annual Classics Day Thursday for high school students from around the Northeast. Classics Day consists of a daylong series of events focusing on Roman culture → Read More

Spring brings mulch fire to Shrewsbury Street

WORCESTER — A small mulch fire started on a traffic island on Shrewsbury Street near Consumer Auto Parts Wednesday. Here, CAP shift supervisor Mike Yvanauskas carries a bucket for water as he and police Lt. Jim Walsh wait for firefighters to come to extinguish it. → Read More

Spring potholes loom large

AUBURN - Auburn DPW employee Steve "Nuzzy" Nozzolillo fills in potholes on Manor Road on Tuesday morning. → Read More

WPI students out for a run in the sun

WORCESTER - WPI students run together on Salisbury Street late Tuesday afternoon. → Read More

Pool preparations in Worcester

WORCESTER - Department of Conservation and Recreation employees clear leaves and winter debris from the Dennis F. Shine Jr. Memorial Pool on Providence Street on Tuesday. All DCR pools will open June 22. → Read More

HOGwash

Barnstorm Cycles employee Mike Dzicek of Charlton washes a motorcycle Thursday in the shop's lot on Wall Street. [T&G Photo/Allan Jung] → Read More

Poodle at work at Spencer library

SPENCER - Therapy dog Gallifrey yawns as Hailey Lacroix, 10, of Spencer reads Dr. Seuss' "Green Eggs and Ham" to him during a Paws and Pages program at Richard Sugden Library on Thursday. Gallifrey, a 7-year-old standard poodle who belongs to Barbara LaBorde of Oakham, is a member of American Poodles at Work and is regularly read to by children as a way to encourage them to read more. He is also… → Read More