Early urges drivers to keep ‘Eyes Up, Phones Down’

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Worcester program comes days before enforcement of new handheld law WORCESTER — A public safety awareness campaign launched Tuesday that encourages residents to avoid both distracted driving and distracted walking in order to reduce motor vehicle crashes and increase pedestrian safety. “Eyes Up, Phones Down Worcester” was created by a partnership […]

Maurice J. Slaney, Jr., 81

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SPENCER — Maurice J. Slaney, Jr., 81, of Ash Street died Monday, August 19 in his home after an illness. He was predeceased by his wife Hazel L. (Reeks) Slaney. He worked many years as a custodian for the Worcester School Department. He was born in Worcester, son of Maurice […]

Virginia “Ginger” A. (Doucimo) Roy, 75

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AUBURN — Virginia “Ginger” A. (Doucimo) Roy, 75, of Auburn died peacefully at home on Friday, October 12, with her loving family at her side. She shared 51 years with her late beloved husband, Raymond Roy. Ginger is survived by her children, Anthony Roy and his longtime partner Connie O’Malley […]