Worcester Nursing Home To Become First Dedicated Coronavirus Treatment CenterA nursing home in Worcester will become the first dedicated coronavirus treatment center.
Coronavirus Cases Steadily Rise In WorcesterWorcester has only 16 confirmed cases of coronavirus, but officials suspect the real number is much higher and will spike as testing ramps up and the virus spreads.
USDA To Fight Destructive Beetle In Worcester CountyThe U.S. Department of Agriculture says it's focusing on eradicating the destructive Asian longhorned beetle in parts of Massachusetts in 2020.
Amid Coronavirus Concerns, Holy Cross Commits To In-Person Graduation For StudentsThe College of the Holy Cross, in Worcester, told seniors they would get an in-person graduation ceremony.
Worcester Doctors See Patients Virtually To Prevent Coronavirus SpreadDoctors hope they can eliminate the number of people who go to emergency rooms unnecessarily.
Trial Of Worcester Man Charged With Throwing Girl Off Bridge PostponedThe trial of a Massachusetts man charged with kidnapping his friend's 7-year-old daughter and throwing her off a bridge and into a lake has been postponed until October.
UMass Memorial Medical Center Prepares For CoronavirusPreparations for coronavirus are well underway at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester.
Quinsigamond Community College Food Pantry Helps Support Students In NeedQuinsigamond Community College student Farah Mohamad had never worked at a food pantry before, but taking the opportunity to give back has made all the difference.
Family Escapes House Fire In WorcesterFour people escaped a home that caught fire in Worcester Monday afternoon.
Holy Cross Women's Rowing Coach Announces Retirement One Month After Deadly Car CrashAfter 34 years at the College of the Holy Cross, Director of Rowing and Head Women's Rowing Coach Patrick Diggins has announced his retirement from the college. The news comes approximately one month after the women's rowing team got into a deadly car crash in Florida that killed a teammate.
Worcester Special Needs Teacher Accused Of Photographing Young Boys In School BathroomLast week, 39-year-old Erin Scally was arrested by Worcester police and charged with six counts of photographing minors. She is a special needs teacher.
WAAF Sold, Will Switch To Christian ProgrammingWAAF, a longtime rock radio station based in Worcester and Boston, has been sold and will start playing contemporary Christian programming this weekend.
Massachusetts Man Gets Life Sentence For Killing MotherJohn Madulka, who pleaded guilty Tuesday to killing his mother and leaving her body under the family Christmas tree, has been sentenced to life in prison.
UMass Memorial Introduces 'HeartFlow Planner,' 3D Tech For Artery DiseaseDoctors at UMass Memorial are for the first time using the HeartFlow Planner to get a clearer picture of blockages in the coronary arteries.
Worcester Pushes For Safety Review Of Fire DepartmentThere's a new push in Worcester to make an inherently dangerous profession a bit safer.