Anoushka Dalmia, Telegram & Gazette

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Recent articles by Anoushka:

Worcester officials: Progess made since mask mandate, but 'we're not there yet'

In an arrangement meant to honor the number of lives lost to the pandemic in the city, 453 roses were placed in the shape of a heart in front of City Hall. → Read More

Event highlights work of LIFT in combating commercial sexual exploitation in city

Living in Freedom Together, a nonprofit organization that seeks to end sex trade, has been working through the pandemic to create a community of survivors and provide resources and services to prostituted people. → Read More

Furniture, supplies at former Shrewsbury school score big with shoppers at sale

Smart shoppers scored with bargains on school furniture and supplies during a sale Saturday at the former Beal Early Childhood Center in Shrewsbury. → Read More

Storms, cooler temps on deck as autumn expected to return tonight

A cold front is slowly making its way to the region. → Read More

Woman killed in Sunday morning crash in Worcester

Two others were injured in the incident, which occurred around 2 a.m. Sunday near the police station. → Read More

Anna Maria students protest after reports of sexual violence on campus

Anna Maria students protest after reports of sexual violence on campus → Read More

New home, new lives: Afghan refugee family settles into Worcester after close escape

After 46 days at a military base in Texas and 10 days at a hotel in Boston, an Afghan refugee family entered their new abode in Worcester Tuesday. → Read More

Central Mass. residents teaming up to help Afghan refugees resettle in area

Residents of Central Massachusetts are assembling to "adopt" refugee families to support the process of settling roughly 300 Afghans in the area. → Read More

Worcester student arrested in vandalism case apparently related to TikTok trend

The incident appears to have been prompted by a recent trend on the social media platform TikTok, which encouraged students to post videos of them stealing at school and damaging property. → Read More

Two Afghan families preparing for move to Worcester

The families are currently at a hotel near Boston, waiting to be housed in the Worcester area. Warfa said they hope to resettle them in a week or so. → Read More

DCU Center not requiring proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 test for most events

The DCU Center is not requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for most of its events. But that policy could change. → Read More

Midstate Trail: That was not a trip line, just an electric dog fence

But earlier this week some online commenters suggested someone acted with malicious intent by stringing a low-lying line across the trail. → Read More

St. Paul, Worcester church dating to the 1860s, undergoing repairs

The project includes masonry work, roofing replacement and window restoration. The work has been approved by the city Historic Commission. → Read More

Local Big Brothers Big Sisters chapter looks to rebuild from pandemic

The local chapter of Big Brothers Big Sisters is looking to rebuild from impact of pandemic. → Read More

Fitchburg man pleads guilty to part in drug ring

The investigation into a drug trafficking organization began after a fatal fentanyl overdose in September 2018 → Read More

Worcester to mandate masks in supermarkets, restaurants and other common spaces

The surge caused by the delta variant of the virus has once again brought Worcester to a scary point, officials said. → Read More

Worcester to mandate masks in supermarkets, restaurants and other common spaces

The surge caused by the delta variant of the virus has once again brought Worcester to a scary point, officials said. → Read More

Worcester prepares for arrival of Afghan refugees; resettlement agencies seek donations

Worcester resettlement agencies overseeing the arrival of Afghan refugees into the city call for community support through donations and volunteers. → Read More

Worcester man admits to fraud after seeking $194K from COVID-19 relief program

Prosecutor Dan Bennett said Oworae used the money for credit card payments and for money transfers to individuals in his home country of Ghana. → Read More

Central Mass. colleges tighten COVID-19 policies for fall semester

As COVID-19 cases continue to rise nationwide, local colleges are tightening their policies surrounding testing and vaccination this fall. → Read More